Savannah, Georgia

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Date(s) - October 18,2019 - October 20,2019
8:00 am - 1:00 pm

Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa


HOTEL INFO: please call us to assist with room reservation

Westin Savannah Harbor Golf resort and Spa

$229 per night plus tax single or double occupancy. 3 days pre and post based on availability. triple and quad rates available Hotel is Sold out over seminar dates. You can still attend the lectures but stay at a different hotel. The hotel suggests the Hyatt Regency which is close by.

Friday, October 18, 2019

Dr. Bryan Love, Pharm D, BCPS-AQ ID

University of South Carolina

Dr. Bryan Love is an Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Outcomes Sciences (CPOS) at the University of South Carolina. He is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist with Added Qualificationsin Infectious Diseases and has over 20 years of clinical pharmacy experience. Dr. Love has published over 35 peer-reviewed papers and is a frequent speaker on pharmacotherapy issues for a variety of gastrointestinal and hepatic disorders. Dr. Love’s research interests involve the pharmacotherapy and pharmacoepidemiology of cirrhosis, viral hepatitis, and other diseases. He was recently recognized by his colleagues with the CPOS Excellence in Scholarship Award.


ACPE# 0043-9999-18-011-L01-P


1.  Outline common lab values and diagnostic tests to assess liver disease.

2.  Describe the types of drug-induced liver injury and review emerging causes.

3.  Discuss common risk factors in the development of cirrhosis.

4.  Identify the most common complications of cirrhosis and review the medications commonly used to treat them.

5.  Discuss treatment options and clinical considerations for chronic hepatitis B and C.


Dr. Megan Willson, Pharm D.

Washington State University

Megan Willson is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Pharmacotherapy Department of Washington State University College of Pharmacy.  Megan enjoys lecturing on cardiovascular topics as well as patient simulation scenarios in patient care laboratories. She also serves as preceptor to acute care fourth year pharmacy students in the area of internal medicine.

Saturday October 19, 2019


ACPE # 0043-9999-18-022-L01-P
1.  Review the pathophysiology of coagulation.
2.  Review the medications commonly used forthe treatment of atrialfibrillation.
3.  Determine appropriate anticoagulation for a patient with atrial fibrillation.
4.  Determine appropriate rate or rhythm control based on patient characteristics.
5.  Review warfarin dosing, monitoring and place in therapy for the treatment of A-Fib.
6.  Compare and contrast the new oral anticoagulants dabigatran, apixaban, rivaroxaban and edoxaban including clinical trial data, safety, uses in practice, reversal, and general drug information.

Sunday October 20, 2019


ACPE # 0043-9999-17-033-L01-P
1.  Explain pathophysiology of common skin conditions including immunologic and drug induced conditions.
2.  Perform patient assessments including focused history and physical examination to differentiate between and assess severity of drug reactions, acne, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, and cellulitis.
3.  Recommend and compare therapy recommendations for each of the above dermatological conditions.
4.  Discuss adverse effects, safety, and use of biologic agents for the treatment of psoriasis


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