Date(s) - March 18,2022 - March 20,2022
8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Disney's Swan and Dolphin Resort
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Disney’s Swan & Dolphin Resort $249 per night, single or double occupancy. Children under 18 free in adults room. Extra adult $25 per night.
Friday, March 18, 2022
Dr. Sandra Benavides, PharmD., FCCP, FPPAG
Philadelphia College of Osteopathethic Medicine, School of Pharmacy
Dr. Benavides received her Pharm D from the University of California, San Francisco. She completed a general practice residency at the University of California, San Diego Medical Center and a Pediatric Pharmacotherapy Fellowship at Ohio State University. She is currently an Assistant Dean for Assessment and Quality Programs at PCOM School of Pharmacy in Suwanne, Georgia. She serves as the lead editor in the Pediatric Pharmacotherapy and the Pediatric Pharmacotherapy Self Assessment books. Dr Benavides has practiced in pediatrics in acute care, ambulatory, and community practice. She is dedicated to the education of pharmacists to work towards improved care for pediatric patients.
CURRENT ISSUES IN PEDIATRICS
1. Compare and contrast the risks and benefits of various cough, cold, and allergy products for use in the pediatric patient.
2. Distinguish appropriate use of various OTC products for treatment of pediatric specific ailments.
3. Review pharmacologic treatment strategies of common pediatric behavioral disorders.
4. Describe proposed theories of various dietary strategies employed for the management of pediatric behavioral disorders.
5. Recognize current prescription and recreational drugs of abuse in pediatrics.
6. Discuss the management of toxicity related to prescription and recreational drugs of abuse in adolescents.
Saturday, March 19, 2022
Dr. Kathleen Besinque, PharmD.,M.S.Ed., FASHP, FCSHP, FCPhA
Chapman University School of Pharmacy
Dr. Kathleen Besinque is a Professor of Pharmacy and the Director of Experiental Education at Chapman University School of Pharmacy. Her clinical practice area is community pharmacy and she specializes in women’s health and public health issues. She is actively involved at the leadership level with several professional organizations including the California Pharmacists Association, the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, the California society of Health-Systems Pharmacists, and the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.
WOMEN’S HEALTH ISSUES I: CONTRACEPTION & OSTEOPOROSIS
ACPE # TBA
1. Describe the roles for pharmacists in providing contraceptive care.
2. Discuss the recently approved contraception products.
3. Compare the currently available contraceptives (pills, patches, rings, implants, IUDs, and barriers) with respect to efficacy, side effects and safety.
4. Assess a contraception users preferences for contraception.
5. Determine if a person meets the eligibility criteria for specific methods of contraception.
6. Formulate a plan for the initiation of hormonal and non-hormonal contraceptive products based on CDC guidelines and user preferences compatible with state practices acts for pharmacists.
7. Utilize effective strategies to educate users regarding the use of contraceptive products.
8. Describe the physiological changes resulting in osteoporosis.
9. Advise patients regarding strategies to prevent osteoporosis.
10. Compare pharmacological agents to prevent and treat osteoporosis.
11. Using a care-based approach, evaluate treatment options for managing osteoporosis in a specific patient.
Sunday, March 20, 2022
WOMEN’S HEALTH ISSUES II: MENOPAUSE & NEW DRUGS IN WOMEN’S HEALTHCARE
ACPE # TBA
1. Differentiate between symptoms of menopause and age related symptoms.
2. Compare currently available products including hormones and complimentary therapies for managing the symptoms of menopause.
3. Using a care-based approach, evaluate treatment options for a specific patients symptoms.
4. Evaluate the risks and benefits of menopause treatment options based upon current research.
5. Advise patients seeking relief from menopausal symptoms.
6. Discuss recently approved agents for healthcare conditions primarily impacting women.
7. Describe changes to the practice guidelinesfor contraception, menopause, endometriosis, and PCOS.
8. Advise patients regarding the use of newly approved medications for the management of women’s healthcare conditions.
9. Recommend appropriate patient resources (educational, community, etc.) for learning about new medications for women’s health care needs.
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