2014 Midyear Meeting

  • Saturday, March 08, 2014
  • 7:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • UNM Domenici Auditorium

Registration

  • Pharmacist or industry professional member registration.
  • Pharmacist or industry professionals not current NMSHP members.
  • Resident, fellow, or first & second year pharmacy graduate member registration.
  • Resident, fellow, or first & second year pharmacy graduate non-member registration.
  • Student registration.
  • Technician member registration.
  • Technician non-member registration.
Online registration for this event has closed. You may still register onsite. 

Join us for a half-day meeting and obtain as many as four hours of CPE credit.

Location:
University of New Mexico North Campus (Health Sciences Center)
Domenici Auditorium, Domenici 1 Building
1101 Yale Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Click here for a map

Schedule of Events:
7:00 AM
Registration

7:50 – 8:00 AM
Welcoming Remarks
Kim Neff, PharmD, Ph.C., NMSHP President

8:00 – 9:00 AM
Have a Healthy Heart: New Guidelines from The American College of Cardiology & The American Heart Association

Activity UAN #: 0039-0000-14-002-L01-P
1.0 Credit Hours (0.1 CEUs)
Knowledge-based
This speaker has no financial conflicts of interest to disclose regarding this presentation.
At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
  1. Explain the new ACC/AHA Guidelines
  2. Use the ACC/AHA Guidelines to: assess cardiovascular risk, counsel patients about lifestyle modifications to reduce cardiovascular risk, counsel patients about pharmacotherapy for cholesterol management
  3. Discuss the controversies regarding the ACC/AHA Guidelines
Linda Maureen Macdonald, M.D.
Health, Benefits, & Employee Services Physician
Sandia National Laboratories

9:05 – 10:05 AM
Controlled Substances Prescribing in Chronic Pain or “Opiaphobia” & Problems of Abuse, Addiction, Diversion & Safety

Program UAN#: 0039-0000-14-003-L05-P
1.0 Credit Hours (0.1 CEUs)
Application-based
This speaker has no financial conflicts of interest to disclose regarding this presentation.
At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
  1. Apply the principles discussed today when prescribing, assessing, and monitoring opiate therapy in chronic non cancer pain (CNCP)
  2. Assess patients to identify presence of risk factors for possible aberrant behavior surrounding opiate use for CNCP
  3. Identify strategies to manage aberrant behavior & risks associated with opioid therapy, including New Mexico Board of Pharmacy Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (NMBOP PMP), urine drug screening (UDS), and treatment modification
Ernest J Dole, PharmD, PhC, FASHP, BCPS
Clinical Pharmacist
UNMH Pain Consultation and Treatment Center & Clinical Associate Professor; UNMHSC College of Pharmacy

10:05 – 10:25 AM
Snack Break

10:25 – 11:25 AM
An Update in Tuberculosis Disease

Program UAN#: 0039-0000-14-004-L01-P
1.0 Credit Hours (0.1 CEUs)
Knowledge-based
This speaker has no financial conflicts of interest to disclose regarding this presentation.
At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
  1. Describe the global and local epidemiology of TB
  2. Describe the treatment of tuberculosis
  3. Describe common side effects associated to TB drugs
  4. Learn the new treatment of latent tuberculosis infection
Marcos Burgos, M.D.
Medical Director and Tuberculosis Controller
New Mexico Department of Health Tuberculosis Control Program

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Contemporary Safety Practices and Cultural Change

Program UAN#: 0039-0000-14-005-L05-P
1.0 Credit Hours (0.1 CEUs)
Application-based
This speaker has no financial conflicts of interest to disclose regarding this presentation.
At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
  1. Compare and contrast the medical and transportation sectors with regards to fatal error rates and success of error accountability and prevention strategies.
  2. Develop a philosophy of thinking about healthcare accidents as systems problems
  3. Articulate ineffective approaches to conducting an analysis post-accident
  4. Explain how hindsight bias can misinform an analysis post-accident
  5. Summarize systems problems that will increase vulnerability to healthcare accidents
  6. Discuss pre-emptive approaches that could be employed to decrease the risk of major healthcare accidents
  7. Articulate common questions to assess safety planning within any healthcare system
  8. Explain how cultural change is a centerpiece in creating a safer healthcare system
  9. List the key components essential to effective cultural change within healthcare
  10. Describe the important factors that define highly reliable organizations
  11. Contrast the attributes of pathologic, bureaucratic and generative cultures
  12. Discuss the major barriers to development of an effective safety culture
  13. Identify key components that would be necessary to transform the current healthcare system into one which is focused upon safety
  14. Describe major factors regarding cultural alignment that could lead to safety improvements in healthcare.
  15. Describe the qualities of new leaders that would lead to safety improvements in healthcare
  16. Discuss how scientific evidence may not be necessary to begin employing certain types of safety practices
Mark Thomas Holdsworth, Pharm.D.
Chair, Pharmacy Practice & Associate Professor
Pharmacy Practice & Administrative Sciences
University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy

CPE Credit
The University of New Mexico Continuing Education Program is approved by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmaceutical education. UAN 0039-0000-14-002-L01-P and 0039-0000-14-004-L01 has been assigned to this Knowledge based program for Pharmacists. UAN 0039-0000-14-002-L05-P and 0039-0000-14-005-L05-P has been assigned to this Application based program for Pharmacists. This program provides a total of 1.0 contact hours (.1 CEUs) of continuing education credit per session for a total of 4.0 contact hours (.4 CEUs). You must attend entire session, sign-in and complete evaluation and request for credit.
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