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  1. 1. WSPA ANNUAL MEETINGGreat Wolf Lodge, Grand Mound, WA November 2-4, 2012 Register at www.wsparx.org Anything But Ordinary... J oin us at the Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mound, WA for the WSPA’s 2012 Annual Meeting, November 2-4, 2012! This year’s meeting will offer a unique blend of professional development and family entertainment. From the moment you enter the soaring Great Wolf Lodge lobby and find yourself surrounded in the north woods theme, you will know that this meeting will be anything but ordinary. This is an “Everything Under One Roof” destination. You can park your car and never need it again until it is time to go home. Join us with your family on Friday, November 2nd for the annual WSPA Awards of Distinction Banquet. We will also be introducing the new 2012-2013 WSPA Board of Directors members and honoring Washington State’s 50 Year Pharmacists. On Saturday, we will kick off our CE sessions in an adjacent conference center located away from the hub of activity. In your absence, the adults in your group will enjoy spacious guest rooms, amazing restaurants, a luxurious spa, fitness center and world-class entertainment while the children can be engaged in everything from waterslides and Story Time to huge arcades to MagiQuest - there are activities in every direction.
  2. 2. Enjoy an Affordable Stay! We were able to negotiate an incredible deal! Family Suites are available at the WSPA Annual Meeting rate of $149/night and includes access to the water park for November 2-4, 2012 if reserved by October 5th. Please refer to code “1210WAST” when making your reservations. To reserve your room, please call 800-640-WOLF (9653). For more information about the hotel visit their website at www.greatwolf.com. Fun for the WHOLE Family!T hroughout the entire Grand Mound, WA lodge, you’ll find a range of activities that will keep children and adults active and entertained for hours. There are also a variety of area attractions that you may want to check out! Visit www.greatwolflodge.com for more information. Otherwise, check out these great in-house attractions!Dining - there is plenty to choose from in this one stop shop. Whether you want a snack or sit down dinner, the Great Wolf Lodge has it all. Choose from TheLoose Moose Cottage, Camp Critter Bar & Grille, Grizzly Rob’s Bar, Bear Paw Sweets & Eats, Pizza Hut Express, Spirit Island™ Snack Shop, Starbucks® Coffee, andHungry as a Wolf.Fitness - Start the day off with a great workout in the Iron Horse Fitness Center. It’s open 24 hours!Spa - Elements Spa Salon at the Great Wolf Lodge offers guests the perfect retreat. Elements Spa is a minigetaway designed for you to slow down and unwind in our serene yet energizing space. Choose from amenu of services from a deep relaxation massage to a rejuvenating facial. WSPA Annual Meeting attendeesget a 15% discount!There’s also Scooops Kid Spa - a special spa created for celebrating everything from birthdays to those occa-sional “just because” treats in life. Let us spoil your fingers and toes with flavored manicures and pedicures.Shopping - No trip is complete without shopping! There are several shops within the lodge that are greatfor kids and adults alike including the Buckhorn Exchange™, Great Wolf Stuffing Station™, MagiQuest®Wand Shop, and the Bear Essentials™ Swim Shop and Crocs Store Galore. Want to get some great deals? TheCentralia Factory Outlets are only 15 minutes away!MagiQuest® - With a magic wand in-hand, you’ll explore an enchanted kingdom and join in the ultimateadventure as you enchant objects, befriend a pixie, learn from an ancient wizard, battle a goblin and outwita dragon. We guarantee this live-action adventure game is unlike any other you’ve ever played. You’re sure tobecome legendary when the getaway you planned becomes epic.gr8_space™ - We’ve solved the age-old question of how to entertain teenagers. gr8_Space is teenage nirvana:A hang-out that’s tricked-out with teen-appropriate computer internet access, mp3 docking stations, and mul-tiple gaming systems including PlayStation® 3*, Xbox 360®** and Nintendo Wii™***. gr8_Space is supervisedby a “Tech Jockey” who spins the latest tunes, and host nightly special events like Rock Star KaraokeCub Club® - We’ve packed this kid haven with activities and crafts designed to enlighten and entertain youryounger ones for hours. Plus, the hands-on programming, crafts, activities and custom souvenirs will givethose cute, pruney little hands a break from the water park fun.Northern Lights™ Arcade - If kids designed your family room, it would probably look something like this. Thebright lights of our sprawling, family-friendly arcade is packed with a variety of games designed to bring outthe inner child in everyone.Compass Quest™ - Find your way to a new adventure! Prepare to unlock a whole new layer of MagiQuest!A hi-tech compass leads you on an interactive wayfinding adventure unveiling nine new quests in this nextgeneration game of magic, mystery and discovery!Water Park - Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mound, WA is your one-stop-shop for family fun and entertainment.With rides and slides for parents and kids of all ages, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at our indoor
  3. 3. Continuing Education: You Can Count on High-Quality, Relevant Sessions E Annual Meeting Schedule ducation is the very core of the 2012 Annual Meeting. The CE programming is directed to pharmacists, technicians, and students practicing in various healthcare settings including chain drug stores, clinics, hospitals, independently owned Friday community pharmacies, industry, long-term care, and managed 6:30 - 9:00 pm WSPA Awards of Distinction Banquet care. Conference Objectives Saturday The conference will provide continuing pharmacy education for 7:15 - 8:00 am Coffee/Pastries the profession of pharmacy in a structured educational activity 8 :00 am - 12:50 pm Continuing Education Activities designed or intended to support the continuing development of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy students 12:50 - 2:00 pm Lunch to maintain and enhance their competence. The continuing 1:00 - 2:00 pm Technician & Student Forum 1 hr CE education activities will promote problem-solving and critical 2:00 - 7:00 pm Continuing Education Activities thinking and be applicable to the practice of pharmacy. 3:30 - 7:30 pm Exhibit Hall and Reception About Continuing Education Programs In order to ensure timely and pertinent continuing education Sunday content, we develop our CE in relatively close proximity to the event. For up-to-date information on the ACPE accredited CE 7:15- 8 am Coffee/Pastries activities including target audience, activity descriptions, learning 8:00 - 11:10pm Continuing Education Activities objectives, and faculty please go to www.wsparx.org. 11:10 - 1:20pm Lunch/General Membership Meeting (No CE) 1:20 - 4:30 pm Continuing Education Activities To Earn CE Credit Check in for the conference, complete a meeting evaluation and the statement of credit. Keep track of your credits by writing the activity codes during each activity you attend. At the end of the conference have your statement of credit validated by a Convention Staff member following completion of all activities you have attended. The yellow copy will be your official Continuing Pharmacy Education Statement of Credit. The Washington State Pharmacy Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a Provider of continuing pharmacy educationExhibit Hall:Meet SuppliersW ith more than 25 exhibits,you will find acomprehensivedisplay of the latestinnovative productsand services availabletoday for pharmacypractice. Talk with experts and see the latest in everything essential topharmacy. The Exhibit Hall will be open Saturday from 3:30 - 7:30 pm andincludes a social reception.
  4. 4. 2012 WSPA Annual Meetingc/o Washington State Pharmacy Association411 Williams Avenue SouthRenton, WA 98057 U s! Jo in ANNUAL MEETING Great Wolf Lodge| November 2-4, 2012 | Grand Mound, WA
  5. 5. 2012 WSPA Annual Meeting Registration FormGreat Wolf Lodge hotel rooms are available. The Great Wolf Lodge is located at 20500 Old Highway 99, SW, Centralia, WA,98531. Rates are $149/night for Nov. 2-4 if reserved by Oct. 5. Please call 1-800-640-9653 for reservations and ask for theWashington State Pharmacy Association meeting rate and group code 1210WAST. Registration InformationPlease type or print clearly.Name: Annual Meeting  Nov. 2-4, 2012Nick Name for Badge: Birthday: Month / Day Great Wolf LodgeHome Address: Grand Mound, WACity, State, Zip: Phone:NAPB e-Profile #: Go to http://www.nabp.net/ to obtain your NAPB e- profile number. It will be required for all 2013 CE.*Email: *Required for confirmation and pre-meeting materials.Meeting FeesPlease circle the appropriate dollar amount. Get Early Bird Pricing Until October 5th!Early Bird if received by Oct. 5th | Regular Rate 10/6-10/21Add $100 after 10/21 [ ] I would like to include my 2013 membership fee. (See back page for details and pricing)Full Registration:Includes served meals both days; Friday Awards Dinner; If renewing or becoming a member, please fill out the form on the back of thisSaturday Exhibit Hall & Happy Hour; and ACPE accredited CE for page.both days. Member Nonmember Pharmacist $265 / $315 $460 / $510 Please fill out the following information so that we may get an Fellow/Resident PGY 1-3 $170 / $220 $255 / $305 accurate count for the Awards Of Distinction Dinner. Technician $170 / $220 $220 / $270 Student $170 / $220 $190 / $230 Will you be attending the Friday, Nov. 2nd Awards Dinner (6:30 - 9:00 pm)?Saturday, Nov. 3 Registration: [ ] Yes [ ] NoIncludes served meals; Exhibit Hall & Happy Hour; and ACPEaccredited CE for one day. Additional Awards Dinner Tickets Member Nonmember Pharmacist $195 / $245 $ 390 / $440 Adult Plate: ______ x $60 = $_______ Fellow/Resident PGY 1-3 $155 / $205 $ 240 / $290 Child’s Plate? _______ x $15 = $_________ Technician $ 95 / $145 $145 / $195 Student $ 95 / $145 $ 115 / $165 Do you or your guests have a dietary preference? Please indicate below.Sunday, Nov. 4 Registration:Includes served meals and ACPE accredited CE for one day. [ ] Gluten Free Member Nonmember Please indicate how many people with this preference ___ Pharmacist $175 / $ 225 $370 / $420 Fellow/Resident PGY 1-3 $ 95 / $145 $180 / $230 [ ] Vegetarian Technician $ 95 / $145 $145 / $195 Please indicate how many people with this preference ___ Student $ 95 / $145 $115 / $165Method of Payment How to RegisterAfter October 21st, add $100 1. Online at www.wsparx.org 2. Call WSPA at 425-228-7171. 3. Fax completed form to WSPA at 425-277-3897. 4. Mail completed form to WSPA, 411 Williams Ave. South, Renton,Grand Total: $ ______ (Registration, Membership, Awards Banquet Tickets) WA 98057.[ ] Check to WSPACharge to [ ] MasterCard [ ] Visa [ ] Discover Cancellation Policy If cancellation is received by Oct. 29 a refund will be made minus a $30 processing fee. NoCard #: __________________________________________ refunds will be issued after Oct. 29. WSPA reserves the right to cancel any seminar due to insuf- ficient registration or severe weather; registrants will be notified and receive a full refund.Expiration Date:_____________3 Digit Security Code:__________Signature: _____________________________________________
  6. 6. You can now renew online! Visit www.wsparx.org and click the “Membership” tab! Annual Membership FormPlease complete the information below.CONTACT/PROFILE INFORMATION NEW PAYMENT OPTIONSName:_____________________________________________________ Monthly PaymentsAddress: You can now break down your membership into monthly____________________________________________________________ payments! Simply check the box under City | State | Zip “membership dues” when filling out this form!Preferred Phone:____________________________________________ *You can opt out of monthly payments after 1 year.Preferred Email:_____________________________________________License Number: ______________ NAPB e-Profile#______________ Annual Auto-RenewalGo to http://www.nabp.net/ to obtain your NAPD number. This will be Benefits:a requirement to get your CE for 2013. • Never have to worry about renewal dates againDate of Birth: _______-_______-_______ • Uninterrupted access to member-only website content • Convenience of pre-planning your membership budgetUniversity and Year of Graduation: • Opt out at any time____________________________________________________________  Check here if you wish NOT to auto-renew yourPractice Academy (choose all that apply): membership Community/Ambulatory Care  Long-Term Care Health Systems  Students Independent Pharmacy  Technicians A. MEMBERSHIP DUES B. LOCAL CHAPTERS Pharmacist with LRAC Membership.........................$270 Spokane Pharmacy Association  I prefer monthly installments of $23.99/month  Practicing Pharmacist, Pharmacy Rep (RPh or non RPh) other Health Professionals and Industry Reps .......$50 Pharmacist.................................................................$195  Pharmacy Technician or Retired Pharmacist ........$25  I prefer monthly installments of $17.99/month  Pharmacy Student....................................................$10 Total B: $ ____ Associate Pharmacist (out of state|non-practicing) ................................$135  I prefer monthly installments of $12.99/month C. VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS  Legislative and Regulatory Affairs Council (LRAC) Associate Non-Pharmacist .....................................$135 Individual Pharmacist Membership - $75  I prefer monthly installments of $12.99/month Technician or Student - $15 Pharmacy Professional Student in WA State ........$20  Washington State Pharmacy Foundation (student scholarships) Donation Amount: $______________ Graduate Pharmacist First Full Year ........................$95 (*Contributions to WSPF are optional. Contributions to the Washington State Pharmacy  I prefer monthly installments of $8.99/month Foundation (WSPF) are tax deductible as a charitable contribution. Contributions to WSPA or LRAC are not deductible as charitable contributions. However, WSPA dues may Pharmacy Practice Resident/Fellow ......................$85 be deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense. A portion of your dues  I prefer monthly installments of $7.99/month (approximately $30.00) includes a subscription to the official publications of the Washing- ton State Pharmacy Association, Non-deductible portion of Retired Pharmacist (Over 65 yrs old) ......................$75 WSPA dues: 15% (attributable to Lobbying Expense.) Total C: $ ____  I prefer monthly installments of $6.99/month PAYMENT Payment may be made by check payable to WSPA or Pharmacy Technician ..............................................$50 Authorization to charge Amount Due to my credit card:  I prefer monthly installments of $4.99/month  Check here if you wish NOT to Spouse / Partner Pharmacist ..................................$340 Total: A+B+C=__________ auto-renew your membership.  I prefer monthly installments of $29.99/month  Visa  MasterCard  Discover*You can opt out of monthly payments after 1 year. Total A: $ ____ Card Number:______________________________________________ Expiration Date: _____________3 Digit Security Code_____________ Return this form with your payment to: Washington State Pharmacy Association, 411 Williams Avenue S, Renton, WA 98057 or fax to: (425)277-3897 411 Williams Avenue S | Renton, Washington | 98057 | Phone: 425.228.7171 | Fax: 425.277.3897 | www.wsparx.org