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Date(s) - October 15,2021 - October 17,2021
8:00 am - 1:00 pm

Gaylord Opryland Resort


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Gaylord Opryland Resort

group rate $249 per night single or double occupancy. Extra adult in room $20 per night

Dr. Bradley Williams, Pharm D.

University of Southern California

Dr. Bradley Williams is a Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and Clinical Gerontology the University of Southern California. He is a board certified geriatric pharmacist. His responsibilities include monitoring drug therapy and medication therapy management in older adults. In addition to teaching students, he also works with family medicine residents and medical students. He was the 2003 recipient of the George F. Archambault Award for sustained contributions to senior care pharmacy presented by the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists. He is a founding member of the Commission for Certification in Geriatric Pharmacy and serves on the Board of Directors for the ASCP. He is a member of the Medical and Scientific Advisory Council for the Alzheimer’s Association California Southland chapter. Dr. Williams is an editor and chapter author for Applied Therapeutics: The Clinical Use of Drugs.

Friday October 15, 2021


ACPE# 0043-9999-21-030-L1-P


  1.  Describe the clinical features and pathophysiology of Parkinson disease, essential tremor, and dementia disorders.
  2.  Compare and contrast drug therapies used in the treatment of Parkinson disease and essential tremor.
  3.  Identify targets for medications in development for management of Alzheimer disease and other dementias.
  4.  Discuss the risks and benefits of agents used to treat and prevent strokes in the elderly.
  5.  Develop a therapeutic strategy for the treatment of peripheral neuropathy in older adults.


Saturday October 16, 2021


ACPE# 0043-9999-21-031-L01-P


  1.  Describe how the presentation of diabetes and hypothyroidism differ in older patients in comparison to young adults.
  2.  Explain the clinical rationale for adjusting diabetes treatment guidelines for older adults, based on age and medical complexity.
  3.  Design an appropriate treatment and monitoring regimen based on geriatric-focused guidelines for an older adult with hypothyroidism.
  4.  Discuss the risks and benefits of agents promoted to delay the aging process.
  5.  Describe the appropriate use of later-life hormone therapies for women and men.


Dr. Kimmi Stultz, Pharm D

Nova Southeastern University College of Pharmacy

Kimmi Stultz is driven by her passion to bridge the gap between allopathic and functional medicine. She employs a well-balanced approach of integrative therapies that are customized for each person’s biochemistry and body to achieve optimal health. Currently, she serves as the key clinical innovator of the Integrative Nutrition program for Nova Southeastern University College of Pharmacy. In addition to her pharmacy degree, Kimmi is a clinical certified nutrionist. She has presented on topics including metabolic diseases, clinical nutrition, drug-induced diseases, and nutrient-depleting medications. She is also an active member of APhA, the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, and the Institute of Functional Medicine.

Sunday October 17, 2021


ACPE# 0043-9999-21-032-L01-P


  1.  Discuss the role of nutrition in the prevention, management, and recovery from COVID-19.
  2.  Relate the role of the pharmacist in educating and promoting appropriate nutrition in patients to prevent and manage illness.
  3.  Discuss the impact of nutritional status on the modulation of immune function.
  4.  Identify the interface of nutrient metabolism and the immune system.
  5.  Evaluate the mechanisms of nutritional products that are marketed for immune health.



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