Program & Speaker Information

*Information is subject to change

FRIDAY, July 19, 2019


8:00 am - 9:30 am
Infectious Leadership
Rear Admiral (RADM), Scott F. Giberson, Deputy Director, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Baltimore, MD

ACPE UAN 0128-0000-19-028-L04-P/T
0.15 CEUs/ 1.5 CPE Hours
Program Objectives
Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based CPE activity, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians should be able to:
1. Discuss the foundational principles of an infectious leader, regardless of the leadership style utilized.
2. Enumerate three ways to develop trust as a leader and provide examples.
3. Analyze some of the common challenges of 21st-century leadership and be able to articulate ways to overcome them.
4. List and explain the implementation of the four key determinants of infectious leadership.
5. Differentiate between motivation and inspiration and assess how to apply this as a leader.
 
 
9:45 am – 11:30 am
Emerging Trends:  Top 10 New Drugs

Creighton University School of Pharmacy & Health Professions PharmD Candidates, Omaha, NE: Tiffany Bihis; Ryan Kano; Mackenzie Moritz; Kateri Petto; and Laura Yacinthe; and University of Nebraska College of Pharmacy PharmD Candidates, Omaha, NE: Melissa Borsh; Anthony Donovan; Kelsey Haywood; Natasha Konfrst; and Xiaoxiao Qi

ACPE UAN 0128-0000-19-029-L01-P/T
0.15 CEUs/ 1.5 CPE Hours
Program Objectives
Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based CPE activity, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians should be able to:
1. Identify the top ten new drugs.
2. Describe each drug’s role in therapy.
 
 
2:15 pm - 3:15 pm
Creating A Gender-Affirming Pharmacy   

Jean Amoura, MD, MSc, Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine, Omaha, NE; and Jay Irwin, PhD, Associate Professor of Sociology & Anthropology, Faculty Member, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE
 
ACPE UAN 0128-0000-19-30-L04-P/T
0.1 CEU/ 1.0 CPE Hour
Program Objectives               
Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based CPE activity, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians should be able to:
1. Define transgender/gender non-binary patient terminology.
2. Review common health care barriers and best practice guidelines for working with transgender/gender non-binary patients.
3. Identify medical interventions for transgender/gender non-binary patients.
 
 
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Pharmacy Law Review

Joni Cover, Chief Executive Officer, Nebraska Pharmacists Association, Lincoln, NE; and Marcia Mueting, PharmD, Nebraska Pharmacists Association, Lincoln, NE

ACPE UAN 0128-0000-19-31-L03-P/T
0.15 CEUs/ 1.5 CPE Hours
Program Objectives
Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based CPE activity, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians should be able to:
1. Describe how recent revisions in statutes and regulations impact the practice of pharmacy.
2. Identify changes in Federal and State law.
 
 
 

SATURDAY, July 20, 2019


8:00 am - 9:00 am
Advancing Workforce Well-Being and Resilience to Build Long-Term Change

Anna Legreid Dopp, PharmD, Director, Clinical Guidelines and Quality Improvement Center on Medication Safety and Quality, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists               

ACPE UAN 0128-0000-19-035-L04-P/T
0.10 CEU/ 1.0 CPE Hour
Program Objectives
Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based CPE activity, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians should be able to:
1. Define burnout, well-being, and resilience.
2. Explain why clinician burnout is a patient care and healthcare workforce problem.
3. Describe the work led by the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) and by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP).
4. Identify strategies for advancing pharmacy workforce well-being and resilience.
 
 
 9:15 am – 10:15 am
The Art of A Difficult Conversation

Christine L. Chasek, PhD, LIMHP, LADC, LPC, Associate Professor, Department of Counseling and School Psychology; Director of BHECN at UNK; President-Elect International Association of Addiction and Offender Counseling, University of Nebraska at Kearney

ACPE UAN 0128-0000-19-036-L04-P/T
0.10 CEU/ 1.0 CPE Hour
Program Objectives
Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based CPE activity, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians should be able to:
1. Identify strategies on how to communicate concerns about a patient's drug use with a prescriber.
2. Illustrate how to have a difficult conversation with a patient.
 

10:30 am – 11:30 am
OPIOID PEARLS             
Non-Opioid Treatment Options for Pain

Krysta Baack, PharmD, BCPS, Emergency Medicine Clinical Coordinator, Nebraska Medicine. Omaha, NE
Drug Diversion:  How to Spot It and What to Do About It
Tyler Kroenke, Investigator, Nebraska State Patrol

ACPE UAN 0128-0000-19-032-L04-P/T
0.10 CEU/ 1.0 CPE Hour
Program Objectives
Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based CPE activity, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians should be able to:
1. Examine the different types of pain syndromes.
2. Identify non-opioid options for treating different pain syndromes.
3. Identify methods of drug diversion by employees and patients.
4. Define the legal steps to be taken in cases of drug diversion.
 
 
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Patient Safety & Medication Errors in Nebraska - Two Perspectives 

Edward M. DeSimone, II, RP, PhD, FAPhA, Nebraska Coalition for Patient Safety, Board of Directors; Professor of Pharmacy Sciences, Creighton University School of Pharmacy & Health Professions, Omaha, NE; and Daniel Rosenquist, MD, Nebraska Coalition for Patient Safety, Vice President; Columbus Family Practice Associates; COPIC Consultant, Patient Safety & Risk Management, Columbus, NE

ACPE UAN 0128-0000-19-033-L05-P/T
0.10 CEU/ 1.0 CPE Hour 
Program Objectives             
Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based CPE activity, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians should be able to:
1. Describe the role and activities of the Nebraska Coalition for Patient Safety.
2. Identify at least three major causes of medication errors.
3. Compare and contrast Root Cause Analysis with Risk Management.
 
 
2:15 pm – 3:15 pm
The Pharmacist's Role in Transitions of Care

Karsen Duncan, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacist, Bryan Health, Lincoln, NE

ACPE UAN 0128-0000-19-033-L05-P/T
0.10 CEU/ 1.0 CPE Hour 
Program Objectives             
Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based CPE activity, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians should be able to:
1.  Describe the former transition of care process between hospital and long-term care.
2.  Identify Bryan Medical Center's process for transitions of care (primarily hospital to skilled nursing facility/community).
3.  Evaluate barriers to implementing a pharmacist-led transition of service.
4.  Define the need for collaboration between pharmacists in all areas of care to ensure medication compliance.

 
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
What’s Next? A Case-based Approach to Diabetes

Ryan Flugge, PharmD, BCPS, Novo Nordisk, Omaha, NE
          
ACPE UAN 0128-0000-19-034-L01-P/T
0.10 CEU/ 1.0 CPE Hour 
Program Objectives  
Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based CPE activity, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians should be able to:
1. Interpret the ADA Standards of Care in diabetes management.
2. Differentiate between patient populations and appropriate agents based on evidence.
3. Devise a plan for patients to achieve maximum outcomes.