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  1. 1. Networking Social BPS Review and Recertification FUNCTIONS PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT Education GreatX Education and Students Education RLS Exhibit PPS Exhibit HallGreatX Education residency Showcase BPS Review and Recertification FUNCTIONS Networking Exhibit Hall Exhibit Hall Networking Education GreatX RLS Networking PPS Students residency Showcase GreatX Exhibit Hall BPS Review and Recertification education GreatX Networking Education Social N S FUNCTIO 48th ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition December 8–12, 2013  |  Orange County Convention Center   |  Orlando, Florida Social FUNCTIONS PPS education BPS Review and Recertification Networking Students Education Networking BPS Review and Recertification residency Showcase Social Social residency Showcase FUNCTIONS residency Showcase BPS Review and Recertification Exhibit Hall residency BPS Review and Recertification Showcase www.ashp.org/midyear2013
  2. 2. Join more than 20,000 of your Showcase residency peers to network, learn, and advance your practice at the FUNCTIONS largest gathering of pharmacy Attendees can earn over 30 contact hours of continuing professionals in the world. education credit at The Midyear 2013. With over 100 Social Education Networking GreatX Exhibit Hall Social Exhibit FUNCTIONS residency Showcase PPS Exhibit Hall residency Showcase BPS Review and Recertification Exhibit Students residency Showcase GreatX Education H a l l BPS Review and Recertification Education residency Showcase Networking GreatX RLS education Orlando’s ideal climate; affordable travel; and multiple updates, including new and remodeled hotels plus new dining and entertainment options; make it the perfect location for this MUST attend pharmacy event of the year. If you only do one thing for yourself and your practice this year, this is it! Networking Education Students BPS Review and Recertification Pack your sunscreen, because this year we are thrilled to be heading to sunny Florida and are planning to have a record breaking meeting! Tens of thousands of pharmacy professionals from all over the world will convene this December at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando. educational CE activities to choose from, there’s something for everyone—from student to new practitioner; technician to pharmacy director. Our educational goal for this meeting is to provide information and instruction on a variety of topics to enable pharmacy practitioners to provide quality patient care. The educational activities at The Midyear are developed to maintain and enhance the knowledge, skills, and abilities of pharmacists and associated personnel in all clinical areas and health systems. A dynamic venue for instruction on important issues relevant to contemporary pharmacy practice, the meeting’s five full days of continuing education sessions and networking opportunities are unmatched anywhere. n Download session handouts at www.ashp.org/ midyear2013/Handouts up to 2 weeks before the event n BPS bound in 2014? Take our 2-day live BPS Pharmacotherapy Review Course held for the first time in conjunction with The Midyear, December 7–8. n Participate in one of our popular pre-meeting workshops on the latest pharmacy trends Exhibit Hall BPS Review and Recertification n New Practitioners are invited to attend GreatX, a conference-within-a-conference designed just for those in the first 5 years of practice Audio-Synched Presentations Connect with The Midyear 2013 #ashpmidyear With so many education sessions to choose from, it’s impossible to catch them all…or can you? The full meeting registration fee includes access to all available audio-synched educational session presentations. Download the sessions you’ve missed online and “attend” at your leisure. Note: CE is not available for audio-synched recordings.
  3. 3. Networking Social BPS Review and Recertification FUNCTIONS Education GreatX Networking Students residency Showcase Exhibit Hall Connect with employers from across the country through Personnel Placement Service (PPS), the largest in-person recruiting event in healthsystem pharmacy residency Showcase Students n n An n Exhibit Hall Participate in something greater than yourself! Attending The Midyear can advance your career, impact your practice, and change the lives of your patients. It’s the MUST ATTEND event of the year, and you definitely want to be a part of it. Networking Education and Education GreatX Get an edge on that residency you’ve dreamed about by visiting the Residency Showcase to meet with dozens of programs and preceptors before they recruit for 2014 Education Recertification Social Social Networking BPS Review and FUNCTIONS BPS Review and Recertification n RLS Exhibit RLS Exhibit HallGreatX Education residency Showcase No other pharmacy event offers you more opportunities for growth and advancement than The Midyear! And when you think of growth, the Florida sunshine is the best setting for meeting industry leaders, exchanging best practices, sharing career advice and making lasting connections. Education FUNCTIONS residency Showcase BPS Review and Recertification GreatX exhibit hall packed with innovations and innovators Network with practice leaders and international pharmacists from around the globe at one of the meeting’s many educational or social events Get connected! There are over 40,000 ASHP members and ASHP Connect (our “private” member community) is one of the easiest ways for you to communicate with your peers from across the country. Network with colleagues and fellow attendees of the meeting and stay up-to-date on the latest information about The Midyear in the ASHP Connect Midyear Community. Visit http://connect.ashp.org today to get started. As always, for the very latest information and updates, or to register, please visit The Midyear website; www.ashp.org/ midyear2013 The MOBILE Midyear App Get the most out of The Midyear with your smartphone or tablet. Users can create their own custom schedule, see What’s On Now, browse the exhibits, receive timely announcements, view handouts, and much more. Available in app stores on November 15, 2013 for Android™, iPhone®, and iPad®, or from your mobile browser at www.ashp. org/mobilemidyear.
  4. 4. B P S re v ie w an d recertification new at The Midyear! BPS Pharmacotherapy Review and Recertification Course December 7–8, 2013 Orange County Convention Center, Orlando FL Finally! A high-level review course for pharmacists preparing to take the BPS Pharmacotherapy Specialty Certification Exam in 2014. This complete two-day course provides a robust preparatory curriculum for the high level pharmacy professional planning to take the examination, or those seeking recertification or a refresh in therapeutics. Designed based on the domains, tasks, and knowledge statements developed by BPS for the examination, the course will help you prepare for the exam by identifying areas needed for in-depth review of pharmacotherapy issues by: n Reviewing pertinent clinical topics and practice skills n Providing exam practice questions n Listing valuable resources for further self-study The ASHP Difference: Why we are the best choice for BPS prep and recertification Developed by the leading continuing education provider in the country, and the leading preparatory content experts and faculty, this course is different than your average review course. Our complex case-based, interactive approach goes against the didactic learning norm, and engages the attendee in a way that is sure to have a meaningful and lasting impact on their practice. Review course participants follow “patients” in real life scenarios from initial presentation, medical history, risk factors, and complications throughout their treatments and outcomes. Participants learn as they apply various treatment options based on national standards and guidelines. Strong emphasis is placed on the thought processes needed to solve patient care problems in each therapeutic area. As patient cases are discussed, faculty members are there to present the best answer to questions that illustrate key concepts. Prepare for the BPS Pharmacotherapy Specialty Certification Examination with this cutting-edge educational program! Highlights of the ASHP review course include: n n Interesting, application-based review course approach using complex, case-based interactive learning for high level practitioners and specialists Includes regulatory and population health issues not covered in other review courses, which accounts for 20% of the BPS exam n Every topic area contains public health and patient advocacy information n Participants are given a workbook containing 100+ practice questions with explained answers and links to original references n Complete coverage needed to confidently prepare for the exam in only 2 days! Saving you time away from work and home, and drastically reducing travel expenses Registration Rates This Review Course is held in conjunction, but separately, from The Midyear, and requires an additional registration fee. You do not have to be registered for The Midyear to attend. ASHP Member Non-Member Advance $500 $780 Regular and On-site $645 $935 Resident Advance $350 $550 Resident Regular/On-site $450 $655 To view the Course Agenda, Faculty listing, and Learning Objectives; and to register for the Review Course, visit The Midyear website www.ashp.org/midyear2013 and click on the “Education” tab. Offered by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Planned by the ASHP Sections of Clinical Specialists and Scientists. 4  4 | Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681
  5. 5. P re - meeting Wor k s h ops Get a jump start on learning—participate in a workshop! You must be a full Midyear Clinical Meeting registrant and pay a separate fee to attend pre-meeting workshops. Registration fees for full-day workshops include lunch, and refreshments during breaks. Enrollment is limited and workshops fill quickly, so register soon. Registration must be received on or before November 22. ASHP reserves the right to cancel a pre-meeting workshop for reasons that make it impractical or unreasonable to conduct. If that occurs, each registrant will be issued a full refund. Saturday, December 7 Residency Learning System (RLS) Time: 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. ACPE Activity #: 0204-0000-11-291-L04-P Contact Hours: 8.0/Application-based Workshop Fee: $310 (Lunch included) Residency program directors learn how to meet accreditation standards for the design, delivery, and evaluation of training. Review the nine steps of the residency learning system process. Explore development of customized plans, assessment of resident performance, and making sound criteria-based judgments. Practice key precepting skills such as giving effective feedback. Areas most frequently flagged by surveyors as needing improvement will be identified and receive special emphasis. You must select one of the following areas when registering: PGY1 New Programs (Limit 80 participants) PGY1 Existing Programs (Limit 100 participants) n PGY2 New and Existing Programs (Limit 80 participants) n n Design Your Residency Program for Success: Residency Learning System (RLS) for Programs Starting Within a Year Time: 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. ACPE Activity #: 0204-0000-12-230-L04-P Contact Hours: 4.0/Application-based Workshop Fee: $160 (Lunch not included) Registration limited to 60 participants. This workshop covers Principle 4 of the ASHP’s Pharmacy Residency Accreditation Standard with emphasis on the design elements of the residency program. It is designed for programs that have not yet started but are in the planning phase. This workshop will ensure that your planning process for the design of the residency program is in compliance with the Standard and will get your program off to a good start. ASHP’s PharmPrep Live! A Board Review Workshop Time: 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Workshop Fee: $80 (on or before November 22); $95 on-site Note: Lunch is not included. Preparing for the Pharmacy Board Exam? We’ve got the workshop for you! Ask around—faculty, advisors, and workshop alum will all agree that this is the “must attend” board review of the year. The editors of ASHP’s PharmPrep Interactive Case-Based Board Review bring the text to life at a full-day workshop to help you prepare for the board examination to become a licensed pharmacist. The workshop will incorporate evidence-based approaches to decision making and important disease states you are likely to encounter on the board exam. 15-month subscription online access to ASHP’s PharmPrep Online—an $89 value! Don’t forget to bring a calculator! Sunday, December 8 Basic Statistics: A Non-Threatening Approach to the Use of Statistics in Clinical Trials 2013 Time: 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. ACPE Activity #: 0204-0000-13-261-L04-P Contact Hours: 7.5/Application-based Workshop Fee: $310 (Lunch included) Registration limited to 40 participants. Learn how to apply basic statistical tests to research reports typically seen in medical literature. This workshop explores the most commonly used tests including t-tests, analysis of variance, tests for equivalence, Z-test of proportions, odds ratios and relative risk ratios, chi-square, correlation, and linear regression. Practical examples and problems drawn from scientific research will be used to illustrate statistical concepts and mathematical procedures. Emphasis is on the appropriate use of statistics and the interpretation of their results. How to Start a Residency Program: Tools for Pharmacy Residency Training Time: 8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m. ACPE Activity #: 0204-0000-11-134-L04-P Contact Hours: 3.0/Application-based Workshop Fee: $160 (Lunch not included) Registration limited to 60 participants. There are currently more residency applicants than programs. Your profession needs you to step up and start a residency program in your institution. In this workshop, explore the benefits you’ll reap from developing a residency program and having residents at your site. You’ll learn what’s required, how your institution currently measures up and how to get ready. You’ll discuss challenges while learning from those who have recently met the challenges and started successful residency programs. Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681 | 5
  6. 6. P re - meeting Wor k s h ops Super Sunday: BPS Pharmacotherapy or Ambulatory Care Recertification Intensives Prices do not include the $50 cost for those who wish to take the recertification exam. Registration is limited. Lunch is not included. Ambulatory Care Intensive Study A Pharmacotherapy Intensive Study A Time: 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Time: 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Contact Hours: 3.0/Application-based Workshop Fee: $80 Contact Hours: 3.0/Application-based Workshop Fee: $80 This session provides a half-day condensed, advanced level program in contemporary topics for ambulatory care pharmacy professionals. Topics include antimicrobial stewardship/ resistance and mental health issues in the ambulatory care setting. Faculty will focus on new knowledge and patient care problems in ambulatory practice. This session provides a half-day condensed, advanced level program in contemporary topics for pharmacotherapy professionals. Faculty will focus on new knowledge and patient care problems in pharmacotherapy practice. Topics include Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) and febrile neutropenia, will focus on new knowledge and patient care problems in pharmacotherapy practice. Specific topics will be announced shortly. Register for both Ambulatory Care Intensive Studies A and B and Save! Workshop Fee: $150 Pharmacotherapy Intensive Study B Time: 2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. Ambulatory Care Intensive Study B Contact Hours: 3.0/Application-based Workshop Fee: $80 Time: 2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. This advanced-level session Register for provides programming on both Pharmacocontemporary topics for busy therapy Intensive pharmacotherapy professionals Studies A and B in a condensed half-day format. and Save! Key clinical studies in cardiology Workshop Fee: will be discussed with faculty $150 providing an analysis of the study design and statistics used in the trials. The applicability of the studies to current practice will also be addressed by faculty. Contact Hours: 3.0/Application-based Workshop Fee: $80 This session provides a half-day condensed, advanced level program in contemporary topics for ambulatory care pharmacy professionals and will focus on public health issues in the ambulatory care setting including immunization, smoking cessation, obesity, and health screenings. Pharmacotherapy Review Course or Intensive? Which one is the right fit for your BCPS needs? If you are a pharmacist preparing to take the BPS exam in 2014 and are looking for a practical, high-level review course that is immediately applicable to your practice; or a BCPS pharmacist looking for 16 recertification credits through a high-level and practical course, while getting up to date on the national standards and guidelines in pharmacotherapy—you should sign up for the 2-day Pharmacotherapy Review Course. If you are a BCPS pharmacist looking for 3 to 6 recertification hours through a high-level, interactive debate and discussion on contemporary and emerging issues in ambulatory care you should sign up for the Intensive Studies. BCACP Recertification: The intensive studies are part of the ASHP/APhA professional development program for recertification of Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacists (BCACP) approved by the Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS). In the session room, you must register as a participant for the recertification program. BCPS Recertification: The intensive studies are part of the ASHP professional development program for recertification of Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialists (BCPS) approved by the Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS). For more information on the ASHP professional development program for BPS Recertification at The Midyear, visit www.ashp.org/midyear2013 and click on the “Education” tab. 6 | Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681
  7. 7. Daily Program-at-a-Glance Saturday, December 7 P rogramming Features Programming for Small and Rural Hospitals n ASHP’s PharmPrep Live! A Board Review Workshop n Workshops (Pre-registration required) n ASHP Residency Learning System (RLS) Workshop n Design Your Residency Program for Success: Residency Learning System (RLS) for PGY1 Residency Programs Beginning in About a Year Workshop n Great eXpectations Live: Career Development— Programming for New Practitioners Adapting To Life as a New Practitioner: The Successes, Challenges, and Opportunities Big L. vs Little L.: Perspectives on Management and Leadership in 2013 Creating Culture Through Managing Perceptions and Relationships Focusing on the unique challenges facing pharmacists in small and rural hospitals, this full day of sessions include: n Keynote n Evaluation of the Impact of Telepharmacy in California Safety Net Hospitals n Just Culture 101: A Primer n Meaningful Pharmacy Practice Experiences for Pharmacy Students in Small and Rural Hospitals n Outside the Mix: Outsource Compounding in Rural Hospitals n Success Stories Implementing 340B in Critical Access Hospitals n Under the Magnifying Glass: What Do We Really Know About Rural Healthcare? Smooth Transitions: Aligning Expectations of the First 90 Days Student and Resident Poster Sessions Sunday, December 8 n Building the Leadership Pipeline: Middle Manager Succession Planning n DNV Accreditation: Are You Ready? n Exit Strategies: Your Financial Prescription to Maximize Your Retirement (no CE) Sunday, December 8 Present a poster at the Midyear Clinical Meeting and reap the prestige of an impressive achievement early in your career. Go to www.ashp.org/Get_Involved to learn how to submit a poster abstract—and then make room on your CV for a new achievement. Events for Pharmacy Technicians If you’re a pharmacy technician, this is your opportunity to develop your potential while networking with colleagues at the world’s largest gathering of pharmacy professionals. ASHP is committed to helping you fulfill your increasingly demanding role in the pharmacy department, and providing more content relevant to your needs and goals than ever before. Although all education sessions are open for you to attend, you’ll want to pay special attention to sessions and activities of particular interest: the ones marked with a “T” at the end of the ACPE Activity Number. n The ASHP Federal Forum: Welcome and Keynote n Update from the Federal Chiefs n Federal Forum—Best Practices n Ignite Your Fire Within: A Primer on Political Advocacy n Professional and Academic Publishing: Putting Your Ideas into Practice 2013 n Workshops (Pre-registration required) n Ambulatory Care Intensive Study A n Ambulatory Care Intensive Study B n Basic Statistics: A Non-Threatening Approach to the Use of Statistics in Clinical Trials 2013 n How to Start a Residency Workshop n Pharmacotherapy Intensive Study A Put your career on the fast track! n Pharmacotherapy Intensive Study B n Great eXpectations Live: Mastering Your Clinical Practice—Programming for New Practitioners A Critical Review of Critical Care Guidelines An Integrated Care Management Model: Practicing the Ambulatory Care Dream Exclusively for new practitioners—and included as part of your full meeting registration fee, Great eXpectations Live is one of the most dynamic aspects of the Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition. Motivational, informative, and socially interactive, this popular conference-within-a-conference offers 17 CE programs on Saturday and Sunday, December 7–8. Applying the Basics of Antiinfective Resistance to Clinical Practice* See page 18 for more information. Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681 | 7
  8. 8. P rogramming Features Daily Program Opening Session Sunday Monday, December 9, 9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m. Combination Antimicrobial Therapy and Optimal Beta-Lactam Administration: Pro/Con Debates in ID Literature Evaluation Tapas: Digestible Portions of Info on Infrequently Encountered Trial Designs Newest Drugs of Abuse: Spice, Bath Salts, Salvia and Beyond* Preceptor Development for the Resident: Balance Between Being Precepted and Precepting Students Starting a Successful Career in Academic Pharmacy 10 Years of Waiting: Find Out About the Latest Updates in Hypertension and Lipid Guidelines The Ideal Clinical Practice: Myth or Reality Three Shades of Grey: When Common Therapeutics is Not Black or White Updates in the Management of Septic Shock: Application of International Guidelines* Where Am I and Where Am I Going? Becoming and Motivating Clinical Leadership Presidential Address Gerald E. Meyer, BS, PharmD, MBA, FASHP President, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Keynote Address GEN. COLIN L. POWELL, USA (RET.) U.S. Secretary of state (2001–2005) One of the most admired and respected leaders in America today, General Colin Powell offers his thoughts on domestic and world affairs, leadership and a vision for tomorrow. A man of supreme intelligence, versatility and presence, General Colin Powell served as the first African-American chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and was appointed secretary of state by President George W. Bush— becoming, at that time, the most powerful African-American ever to hold office. A four-star general, Powell’s numerous awards include two Presidential Medals of Freedom, and he is the author of his best-selling autobiography, My American Journey. His second book, an instant New York Times best seller titled It Worked For Me (May 2012), reveals the lessons that shaped his life and career. As someone who crafted and articulated the U.S. position on the world stage, Powell provides insight on efforts to stabilize a troubled world and the diplomatic and leadership skills needed to transform unstable regions into areas where societies and cultures flourish. (Continued) * Note: Session repeats later in the week. Programming for Small & Rural Hospitals n Strategic Partnerships—How Colleges of Pharmacy Collaboration with Small and Rural Hospitals Positively Influence Workforce, Rural Healthcare Initiatives and Pharmacist Value n Evaluation of the Impact of Telepharmacy in California Safety Net Hospitals n Just Culture 101: A Primer n Meaningful Pharmacy Practice Experiences for Pharmacy Students in Small and Rural Hospitals n Outside the Mix: Outsource Compounding in Rural Hospitals n Success Stories Implementing 340B in Critical Access Hospitals n Under the Magnifying Glass: What Do We Really Know About Rural Healthcare? Monday, December 9 n 340B Drug Pricing Program Update n Achieving Provider Status: Social Security Act Changes and the Role of Peer Review n ACPE Update 2013 (no CE) n Advanced Clinical Pharmacy Services Integration in an ACO: Justification of New FTE’s n Applying the Basics of Antiinfective Resistance to Clinical Practice (encore presentation) 8 | Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681
  9. 9. P rogramming Features m-at-a-Glance n Clinical Specialists and Practitioners— Is Informatics a Necessary Skill or a Specialty? n Debates in Therapeutics 2013 n FDA Update 2013: Initiatives and Resources Impacting Today’s Practice n Fresh Ideas: Eliminating Barriers to Practice Model Change Success n Health Care Quality Measurement and Reporting: Experiences from the National Quality Forum n Insulin Use in Hospitals: Recommendations for Decreasing Preventable Adverse Drug Events n Management of Alcohol Withdrawal in the Inpatient Setting n Newest Drugs of Abuse: Spice, Bath Salts, Salvia and Beyond (encore presentation) n Pharmacist Prescribing: Aspirations, Needs, and Trends around the World n Pharmacist’s Role in the Medical Home: What Exists and What’s on the Horizon? n Preparing for Joint Commission: Are You in the Loop? n Safety & Quality Pearls 2013 n Shining Some Light on Precepting in the 21st Century n The Clinical Impact of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) on Pharmacy Practice n Updates in the Management of Septic Shock: Application of International Guidelines (encore presentation) n Whac-A-Mole: Aligning your Electronic Systems to the Ever-Changing Supply Chain n What a Zoo! Animal Influences on Emerging Viral Infections n When Animals Attack! A Wilderness Medicine Review n X Marks the Clot: New Oral Anticoagulants for the Treatment and Secondary Prevention of VTE Tuesday, December 10 n A 340B Audit Survival Guide—The Secrets for Success! n Alphabet Soup for the Compounding Soul— How Can IT Help with QA for CSPs? n Breathing Life into the Ambulatory Practice Medical Home Model n Broselow Method for Acute Medication Administration—A New Paradigm? n Can’t We All Just Get Along? Debates in Chronic Non-Cancer Pain Management (CNCP) n Change in Pharmacy Practice: Does It Just Happen or Can It Be Planned? Lessons from the ‘Mirror to Hospital Pharmacy’ CE Power Hour Monday–Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. It’s amazing what you can learn in a short period of time. Rev up your learning with these Power Hour choices: Monday, December 9 n Achieving Provider Status: Social Security Act Changes and the Role of Peer Review n Advanced Clinical Pharmacy Services Integration in an ACO: Justification of New FTE’s n Applying the Basics of Antiinfective Resistance to Clinical Practice (encore presentation) n Clinical Specialists and Practitioners—Is Informatics a Necessary Skill or a Specialty? (3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.) n FDA Update 2013: Initiatives and Resources Impacting Today’s Practice n Health Care Quality Measurement and Reporting: Experiences from the National Quality Forum n Insulin Use in Hospitals: Recommendations for Decreasing Preventable Adverse Drug Events n Management of Alcohol Withdrawal in the Inpatient Setting n Newest Drugs of Abuse: Spice, Bath Salts, Salvia and Beyond (encore presentation) n Whac-A-Mole: Aligning your Electronic Systems to the Ever-Changing Supply Chain n When Animals Attack! A Wilderness Medicine Review Tuesday, December 10 n Alphabet Soup for the Compounding Soul—How Can IT Help with QA for CSPs? (3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.) n Management of Hepatitis C Post-Transplantation: Focus on Interferon and Protease Inhibitors n Measuring and Reversing Antiplatelet or Anticoagulant Agents: Crafting a Management Plan (3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.) n Mergers and Acquisitions: Bringing a New Hospital Into The Fold (3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.) n Rational or Irrational: Polypharmacy in Psychiatry n Smartphones and Tablet Computers: What Apps are Good for Pharmacists? n Tools for Improving the Quality of Medication Management: the PSPC and 340B n Transitions in Nutritional Care from ICU To Home: When and Where Do Published Guidelines Apply? (3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.) Wednesday, December 5 n A Trial of Conscience or Good Science: Compounded Analgesics n Daily Dose: Utilizing Preceptees as an Indispensable Part of your Daily Pharmacy Practice (3:45 p.m.–5:00 p.m.) n Reducing Harm in the Elderly: A Focus on Delirium, Falls, and Medication Errors (3:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m.) n Strategic Use of Benchmarks to Drive the Pharmacy Agenda n The ABCs of CEAs (Cost-Effective Analyses) Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681 | 9
  10. 10. P rogramming Features Daily Program Residency Showcase Tuesday The Midyear provides potential residency applicants the most popular and highest attended residency showcase in the world. Pharmacy students in their last year can meet with representatives from hundreds of programs across the country in one convenient location throughout the week. Visit The Midyear website, www.ashp.org/midyear2013 for more information. n Changing the Care for Pediatric Patients: Updates on Short Gut Syndrome, Juvenile Arthritis, and Ulcerative Colitis/Crohn’s n Clearing the Air: An Evidence Based Approach to Asthma Management in Children and Adults n Clinical Pearls 2013 n Clinical Updates: Major Bleeding with Oral Anticoagulant Therapy n Comparing Apples to Apples: Developing Medication Safety Metrics and Improving Medication Error Reporting n Controlling The Obesity Epidemic: Where Does Pharmacy Weigh In? n Controversies in Neonatal Respiratory Management n Creating Effective Clinical Decision Support Rules to Optimize Quality and Comply with Standards n Cytomegalovirus Infection Management in Transplant Recipients: Inpatient and Ambulatory Care Implications n Headline News: USP and NIOSH Guidance in the Face of Compounding Tragedy and Hazardous Drug Dangers n Innovations in Drug Information Practice and Research 2013 n Management of Hepatitis C Post-Transplantation: Focus on Interferon and Protease Inhibitors n Management Pearls 2013 n Marijuana: Is it Real Medication or Just Recreation? n Measuring and Reversing Antiplatelet or Anticoagulant Agents: Crafting a Management Plan n Mergers and Acquisitions: Bringing a New Hospital Into The Fold n Narcotic Drug Security & Diversion: Implementing Safeguards and Analyzing Data n Neither Here Nor There: Drug Therapy Issues During Critical Care Transitions n Not Your Typical CDS Alert: A Real Test of Alerts for Unusual Medication Orders n Oncology Pharmacy Specialty Sessions 2013: Advanced Topics in Practice Part 1 n Oncology Pharmacy Specialty Sessions 2013: Advanced Topics in Practice Part 2 n Pharmacy Forecast: Getting in Front of the Trends that Will Shape Your Future n Pharmacy Technicians: Helping to Reduce Readmissions n Preparing for 2014 Congress, Agencies, and the States: What’s in Store for Health-System Pharmacy Business dress is recommended. CV Review Program Brought to you by the ASHP New Practitioners Forum Whether you are a pharmacy student with your first CV or a more seasoned practitioner trying to keep a CV fresh, having a good CV is one of the most critical tools you can have in developing your career in a competitive job market. Stop by the CV Review Program inside Personnel Placement Service (PPS) and meet with a reviewer who will review and provide feedback to you in a one-on-one setting. Reviews begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. and are on a rolling, first-come, first-served basis. CV Review Program Hours Monday–Tuesday .................. 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. Wednesday............................. 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Spotlight on Science Wednesday, December 11 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Featured Speaker: Mark J. Ratain, M.D. Dr. Ratain is a graduate of Harvard College and Yale University School of Medicine. His postgraduate training was completed at Johns Hopkins Hospital (Internal Medicine), and the University of Chicago Hospitals (Hematology/Oncology). He is currently the Leon O. Jacobson Professor of Medicine, and the Director of the Center for Personalized Therapeutics and Chief Hospital Pharmacologist. In addition, he serves as the Associate Director for Clinical Sciences in the University’s Comprehensive Cancer Center, leads the University of Chicago’s phase I oncology trials program and is co-director of the Pharmacogenomics of Anticancer Agents Research Group. Dr. Ratain’s research focuses on the development of new oncology drugs and diagnostics, and he is an international leader in phase I clinical trials, pharmacogenomics, and clinical trial methodology, with over 250 original publications. (Continued) 10 | Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681
  11. 11. T H E mi d y ear boo k store m-at-a-Glance n Rational or Irrational: Polypharmacy in Psychiatry n Smartphones and Tablet Computers: What Apps are Good for Pharmacists? n Special Considerations in Specialty Pharmacy: Constructing a Business Plan for a Specialty Pharmacy Service n Stopping Medications in Older Adults: Why, When, and How n The ABCs of ABGs: A Step-Wise Approach to Acid-Base Analysis n Tools for Improving the Quality of Medication Management: the PSPC and 340B n Transitions in Nutritional Care from ICU To Home: When and Where Do Published Guidelines Apply? n What’s your Appetite for Enhancing and Expanding Student Practice Models? Wednesday, December 11 n 2013 SCCM Pain, Agitation, and Delirium Guidelines: Applications in ICU and non-ICU settings n A Trial of Conscience or Good Science: Compounded Analgesics n Door to Door Service: Mastering Transitions in Acute Pain Management n Emergency Medicine Pearls 2013 n Improving Medication Safety: A National Perspective from ISMP n Infectious Diseases Update: Using Guidelines to Optimize Treatment n Informatics Pearls 2013: Bytes of Informatics n Is the Verdict FINALLY in? Updates in Cholesterol Guidelines n Navigate 2014 CMS Payment Rules with Integrity and Clarity n Pharmacy-Managed Medication Reconciliation Programs: Performance Strategies & Lessons Learned n Reducing Harm in the Elderly: A Focus on Delirium, Falls, and Medication Errors n Visit the ASHP Demo Center at the Bookstore to learn about some of ASHP’s exciting new electronic offerings and enter your name to win an iPad® mini! ASHP will be unveiling its new line of eReports that will launch in early 2014; stop by to learn more. Designing Effective Competency Assessment to Advance Practice n All products are discounted an additional 10% off the member price, and attendees can save an extra 10% off ASHP eBooks as well. Take advantage and save before the new 2014 prices go into effect. There will be a limited supply of inventory on hand if you are interested in carrying your books home with you. Daily Dose: Utilizing Preceptees as an Indispensable Part of your Daily Pharmacy Practice n Discover ASHP’s latest publications and multimedia products at the ASHP Midyear Bookstore! Explore new references and guidebooks and browse through ASHP’s extensive library of resources for all your practice needs. Clinical Applications of the 2013 ASPEN Parenteral Nutrition Safety Consensus Recommendations n At our bookstore, our publications SHINE! Anticoagulant and Antiplatelet Agents in CKD, the Elderly, and the Obese: Does One Size Fit All? n Learn from our titles. Grow your library. Results from the 2013 ASHP National Survey: The Current State of Pharmacy Practice in Hospitals For orders totaling $100 or more, we’re giving out a special gift. Be sure to pick yours up at checkout! ASHP Bookstore Hours Saturday................................7:30 am–4:00 pm Sunday–Wednesday.............7:30 am–5:15 pm Thursday...............................7:30 am–1:00 pm Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681 | 11
  12. 12. Daily Program-at-a-Glance C ontinuing E d ucation Educational Objectives Wednesday The 2013 ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting educational programs are developed to maintain and enhance the knowledge, skills, and abilities of pharmacists and associated personnel in healthcare systems through skill building and active participation in sessions on important issues relevant to contemporary practice. More information and Learning objectives are available at www.ashp.org/Midyear2013. n Spotlight on Science n Stop Stressing Out: The New Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis (SUP) Guidelines are Finally Here! n Strategic Use of Benchmarks to Drive the Pharmacy Agenda n Taking the ‘Ouch’ Out of Gout: Update on the Management of Gout n The 411 on 911 Patient Care: Deploying Cost and Life Saving Services in the Emergency Department n The ABCs of CEAs (Cost-Effective Analyses) n The Drug Shortage Crisis: From Pharma to Advocacy and Everything in Between n The Joint Commission Update 2013 n Turn the Beat Around: Strategies to Effectively Manage Arrhythmias n Turning Lemons into Lemonade: Handling Challenging Trainees in Experiential Education n Under Debate: Non-Biological Complex Drugs (NBCD) and the Generic Paradigm n Unintended Patient Safety Consequences of EHR Technology—New Regulations on the Horizon n Visual Explanations: Designing Your Data for Impact Target Audience Activities are planned and structured to meet either the knowledge- or application-based educational needs of pharmacists and/or pharmacy technicians in a variety of healthcare systems. This includes those practicing in large and small hospitals, managed care facilities, inpatient facilities, outpatient clinics, and homecare settings, as well as in academia and the pharmaceutical industry. Knowledge-based sessions are designed primarily for acquiring factual knowledge; application-based sessions, primarily to apply the information learned in the time allotted. Continuing Education Credit Registrants may earn over 30 contact hours (3.0 CEUs) The Midyear. Visit www.ashp.org/Midyear2013 for a complete schedule, including learning objectives and faculty information. All attendees must record their CE online at http://elearning.ashp.org by December 31, 2015. Registrants recording their CE online will be able to print out their CE statement immediately. Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians will need their NABP eProfile ID to claim credit for the meeting. Visit www.nabp.net to obtain your eProfile ID. Educational sessions at the ASHP Midyear Clinical satisfy the requirement pertaining to pharmacy-related subject matter and are acceptable for certified pharmacy technicians. Sessions for technicians are designated with a “T” following the ACPE number. All educational sessions offered by ACPE-accredited providers are recommended by PTCB and are not required for technician recertification. Thursday, December 12 n Please note: ASHP does not participate in CE Broker. If you are licensed in a state that uses CE Broker, you must self-report your CE. ASHP is not offering Florida Consultant CE at this meeting. Continuing Professional Development (CPD) An approach to lifelong learning, Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a process of active participation in learning activities geared to helping individuals develop and maintain continuing competence, enhance their professional practice, and support achievement of their career goals. CPD emphasizes self-appraisal and educational plan development, implementation, documentation, and evaluation. CE sessions or other activities you participate in at the Meeting may form part of your own CPD self-appraisal or plan. Myth Busters: The Customer is Always Right and Other Business Principles You May Be Better Off Unlearning n Some states have special requirements for program content to meet their requirements for continuing education. Please check with your state to determine if such requirements exist and to determine if these programs meet those requirements. Unleash Your Inner Leader: The Puzzle of Leadership…Are You Sharing Your Piece? n PTCB acceptable CE sessions must include pharmacy-related subject matter. Contact PTCB at 800-363-8012 or contact@ptcb.org for further information. The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. (Continued) Brave New World—Antimicrobial Stewardship in the Pediatric, Oncology and Emergency Room Units n New Drugs in Primary Care 2013 n Overcoming Insulin Resistance: an Interactive Approach in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes             n Practice Innovations: Strategies         Worth Sharing Handouts Handouts for educational sessions will be available online for all registered attendees, approximately two weeks prior to the meeting. 12 | Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681
  13. 13. You’re Invited to Universal’s Islands of Adventure Wednesday, December 11, 2013 7:00PM to 11:00PM Join us to celebrate another successful Midyear at ASHP’s Evening of Adventure. For details visit: www.ashp.org/midyear2013
  14. 14. as h p p h armac y stu d ent forum programming Clinical Skills Competition Semi-Final Round Speakers: Mary Hess, PharmD, FASHP, FCCM, FCCP, Associate Dean, Student Affairs, Jefferson School of Pharmacy, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA; Lea Eiland, PharmD, BCPS, FASHP, Associate Clinical Professor & Associate Department Head of Pharmacy Practice; Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy, Huntsville, AL (Closed session) 10:10 a.m.–11:20 a.m. Sponsored by the ASHP Research and Education Foundation and Supported by Lexicomp Pharmacy Student Forum Opening Session Saturday, December 7 7:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. It’s the battle of the best and brightest. Winning teams from the Preliminary Round (school-level) competitions at each college of pharmacy will compete in the Semi-Final round at the national level, showcasing their clinical skills and knowledge. 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. ASHP’s PharmPrep Live! A Board Review Workshop (Separate fee required. Registration is limited. Lunch is on your own.) Preparing for the Pharmacy Board Exam? We’ve got the workshop for you! Ask around—faculty, advisors, and workshop alum will all agree that this is the “must attend” board review of the year. The editors of ASHP’s PharmPrep Interactive Case-Based Board Review bring the text to life at a full-day workshop to help you prepare for the board examination to become a licensed pharmacist. The workshop will incorporate evidence-based approaches to decision making and important disease states you are likely to encounter on the board exam. Participants will receive a free 15-month access to ASHP’s PharmPrep Online— a $75 value! Don’t forget to bring a calculator! Sunday December 8 7:00 a.m.–8:30 a.m. Pharmacy Student Forum Advisory Group Meetings (Closed session by invitation only) 7:30 am–5:00 p.m. Personnel Placement Service (PPS) Connect with employers from across the country through PPS, the largest in–person recruiting event in hospital and health-system pharmacy. For more information go to www. careerpharm.com. Separate registration and fee required. 8:30 a.m.–10:00 a.m. SSHP Leaders Workshop Are you a current officer or emerging leader in your Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy (SSHP)? If so, then please plan to join other student leaders from across the nation to network, share, and reapply best practices from fundraising to programming. 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m. Mysteries of “The Match” Are you interested in a residency but afraid of “The Match”? Don’t be! Come learn how the pharmacy residency matching service works, learn strategies to successfully navigate through the Match, and get tips on what to do if you don’t match. Dispel the rumor suggesting the Match is a scary process. Moderator: Thomas S. Achey, PharmD Candidate, Auburn University, and Chair, Pharmacy Student Forum Executive Committee, Helena, AL Join your fellow ASHP Pharmacy Student Forum members to kick off The Midyear! This session will start with a lot of excitement as the top 10 finalist teams from the national Clinical Skills Competition are announced! As an added bonus, you will be entertained and inspired by our keynote speaker, Ron Culberson as he gives you a dose of humor. Don’t miss it! 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Residency Training Primer Come learn the basics of residency training and how it can benefit your career. These concurrent sessions will answer all the questions you may have-from should I do a residency, all the way to how to apply, and the basics of the match. “Residency Training 101: Should I Do a Residency?” is for students who have decisions to make about the residency path and “Residency Training 102: Navigating the Application Process” is for those who have full confidence that a residency is for them! It’s never too early to start preparing, and it is never too late to get a few last minute tips, so stop by to find out what you can do to improve your residency prospects. Residency Training 101: Should I Do a Residency? Speaker: David Warner, PharmD, Associate Chief Pharmacy Officer, Duke University Hospital Department of Pharmacy, Durham, NC Residency Training 102: Navigating the Application Process Speaker: Sarah Boyd, PharmD, BCPS, Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator, St. John’s Regional Medical Center, Joplin, MO 1:00 p.m.–3:50 p.m. Clinical Skills Competition Final Round Presentations Sponsored by the ASHP Research and Education Foundation and Supported by Lexicomp It’s the battle of the best and brightest. On Saturday, winning teams from the Preliminary Round (school level) competitions at each college of pharmacy competed in the Semi-Final Round at the national level, showcasing their clinical skills and knowledge. If you think you’ve got what it takes to be a champion in your pharmacy school or maybe even at the Clinical Skills Competition next year, check out the Final Round presentations from the top ten finalist teams. You are invited to stop in as an observer and get a good idea of what it takes to be a national finalist in the Clinical Skills Competition and enjoy the range of presentations at this inspiring and impressive session. Stick around following the presentations for the case review with the national case writer. 14 | Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681
  15. 15. as h p p h armac y stu d ent forum programming 1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m. PhORCAS: The New Centralized Application System for Pharmacy Residencies Opening Session & Keynote PhORCAS is the new Pharmacy Online Centralized Application Service. Come to this session to learn about the new process and how it will save you time in the residency application process. You’ll also have an opportunity to ask questions about this new service. 10:45 a.m.–11:45 a.m. Student Poster Session “Wow, you presented at The Midyear?” Impress professors, potential employers, and peers when you present a poster at the prestigious ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting. 3:15 p.m.–4:45 p.m. 11:00 a.m.-3p.m. Make a Lasting Impression: Evaluating Your Interview Skills 11:30a.m.–1:00 p.m. Interviews in your near future? There could be in a matter of months as you pursue an internship, residency or other career options, so be ready to make a lasting impression. This workshop includes role-play and live examples of common interview formats and questions you may encounter. Note: This workshop builds on the Webinar presentation “Interview Preparation: an Overview” (available at www.ashp. org/students) where you will learn about interview formats and how to develop your personal interview strategy. It is strongly recommended that you view the Webinar prior to attending the workshop, but not mandatory! Moderator: Mary Hess, PharmD, FASHP, FCCM, FCCP, Associate Dean, Student Affairs, Jefferson School of Pharmacy, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA 5:30 p.m.–7:00 p.m. Awards Ceremony and Student Society Showcase Please join us for an evening to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of our ASHP student leaders. Student Societies of Health-System Pharmacy (SSHPs) will spotlight their achievements in the annual Student Society Showcase. Take this opportunity to learn about best practices from SSHPs across the nation and find out how you can reapply their successful event on your campus! Stick around to cheer on the recipients of the ASHP Student Leadership Award, ASHP Foundation Student Research Award, and of course, you don’t want to miss the announcement of the Clinical Skills Competition winners. Student Society Showcase Application and Guidelines [PDF] coming soon! Monday, December 9 7:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m. SSHP Faculty Advisor Breakfast Workshop (Closed session by invitation only) Speaker: Diana L. Dabdub, Director, ASHP Pharmacy Student Forum, Bethesda, MD 7:30 am–5:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall Career Pearls: Days in the Lives of Health-System Pharmacists Undecided about your career path? From clinical to management, informatics to ambulatory care—the options seem endless! Hear from 12 pharmacists who work in every aspect of hospital and health-system pharmacy practice to learn more about what a day-in-the-life is like. Take away information about careers you have interest in but never took the time to learn about-you may even find something you never knew existed. 12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m. Student Poster Session “Wow, you presented at The Midyear?” Impress professors, potential employers, and peers when you present a poster at the prestigious ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting. 1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m. Fundamental Strategies to Secure a Residency: Getting a Head Start as P1-P3 In the tough competition for post graduate positions, how can you stand out? After this presentation you will have fundamental tips, a timeline, and answers to some of the questions you may have, including: When do I start planning my residency search strategy? How can I set up a plan and task list to keep myself on target for success as early as a P1 student? How can I excel in the interview process? You will receive candid advice, and guidance that will be directly applicable to your hunt for a post graduate residency or fellowship. You will be able to follow an outline of what you will need to do as a student during the P1 to P3 years in order to successfully prepare yourself for the residency or fellowship application process. There is no ultimate guarantee of securing a post graduate training program. However, session presenter Joshua Caballero, Pharm.D., BCPP, Associate Professor at Nova Southeastern University is one of the faculty that put together a course that helped their students achieve an 83% residency acceptance rate, compared to the national average of 60% in the most recent match, making this one of the most successful residency preparation programs in the nation! Speaker: Joshua Caballero, PharmD, BCPP, Associate Professor, Nova Southeastern University College of Pharmacy Personnel Placement Service (PPS) Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681 | 15
  16. 16. as h p p h armac y stu d ent forum programming Residency Showcase Monday, December 3................. 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. Tuesday, December 4................8:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. The Residency Showcase is for individuals pursuing residency positions in 2014-15. Make the rounds all in one place—and save money and time. The Residency Showcase is set up for your convenience, allowing you to meet with representatives from hundreds of programs across the country. Remember, the Showcase is continued on Tuesday, but each program will only be available during one of the three time slots so plan ahead! Business dress is recommended. For those students interested in visiting the Residency Showcase but who will not be pursuing a residency in 2014, please wait until the last hour to enter the Showcase. Be courteous—do not engage programs in a discussion at this point as this prevents them from talking to those pursuing residency positions next year! We recommend attending the student educational sessions on Monday and Tuesday designed exclusively for P1-P3 students. n Fundamental Strategies to Secure a Residency: Getting a Head Start as P1-P3 n Effective CV and Resume Writing 4:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. Dollars and Good Sense The days of living off student loans and fast food are coming to an end. You are entering the real world of working professionals…and the real world of mortgages, debt, bills, and investment opportunities. This popular session will help you manage your finances and learn strategies to help you handle your current responsibilities while planning for the future! Speakers: Eric Truvillion, Financial Representative and Financial Advisor, New England Financial, Tampa, FL; Alonzo Barnes, Jr., Financial Representative, New England Financial, Tampa, FL 5:30 p.m.–7:00 p.m. Best Practices Award Reception This poster reception will honor the awardees of the 2013 ASHP Best Practices Award in Health-System Pharmacy. The awardees will present posters of their programs that have been nationally recognized to demonstrate best practices in health-system pharmacy, especially in those areas that significantly improve the quality of patient care. Join us for a unique opportunity to learn about best practices in health-system pharmacy and to honor the award recipients during this reception. 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Student Poster Session 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. Effective CV and Resume Writing Getting ready to enter the pharmacy workforce? Before you know it, potential employers will start requesting your CV or resume. Get real-world advice on how to market your skills effectively. Learn important tips about preparing your CV and resume and how to avoid common mistakes. Speakers: Joseph Bonnarens, PhD, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, Manchester University College of Pharmacy, Fort Wayne, IN; Jacob Thompson, Pharm.D., M.S., Associate Director of Pharmacy, UHS Wilson Medical Center, Johnson City, NY 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. Residency Showcase 3:15 p.m.–4:15 p.m. PPMI: Transforming the Future of Pharmacy Practice Learn about the ASHP and ASHP Research and Education Foundation Pharmacy Practice Model Initiative (PPMI) and how you, as a student, can get involved. This presentation will describe PPMI implementation activities, resources and measures coordinated by ASHP and the ASHP Foundation. Ways in which the pharmacy profession must change to advance pharmacy’s patient care role will also be presented. This session will also discuss how to advance pharmacy practice through integrating and implementing students in practice sites, current practices-inaction, and highlight areas for students to get involved. Speakers: Steven P. Nelson, B.S.Pharm., M.S., Director, Center on Pharmacy Practice Advancement, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Bethesa, MD; Thomas S. Achey, Pharm.D. Candidate 2014, Harrison School of Pharmacy, Auburn University, Helena, AL 4:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. Clinical Pearls for Students Based on the popular Clinical Pearls session for practicing pharmacists, the session is custom tailored for a student audience. Come hear the valuable lessons learned as new practitioners share clinical pearls that can help you prepare for residency training or entering practice. 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m. Students’ Night Out Party with a purpose! After a long week of education programming, interviews, poster presentations, and more; you need to kick back and relax. Join pharmacy students from across the country for a fun night out in Orlando. Tuesday, December 10 Wednesday, December 11 7:30 am–5:00 p.m. 7:30 am–5:00 p.m. Personnel Placement Service (PPS) Personnel Placement Service (PPS) 8:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. 11:00 am–2:00 pm Residency Showcase Exhibit Hall 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. 8:00 pm–10:00 pm Exhibit Hall Wednesday Evening Event 16 | Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681
  17. 17. Whether you’re considering a residency, fellowship, or a full-time position in health-system pharmacy, PPS is the only place to meet face to face with 300 hiring employers. Register for this exclusive event in advance to connect with employers online and set up interviews before schedules are booked. “ “ I was able to interview at over 20 programs and begin to find places that would fit me and that I would be an attribute.” —Todd Penn, Student, Phoenix, Arizona It is something that you will never regret. The 30 minutes you are allotted with the program of your choice is invaluable.” —George D. Rodriguez, Pharm.D. Candidate Jacksonville, Florida Registration Fees and Deadlines Applicant Type Before October 22 On or After October 22 Practitioner $115 $195 Current Resident $100 $170 Current Student $65 $125 PPS Registration is conducted online. Please visit CareerPharm.com/PPS for more information. Learn. Grow. in Sunny Florida! Break out your sunglasses—as The Midyear is being held in Orlando and there is no better place where pharmacy professionals can Learn. Grow. (and most importantly) SHINE! If you haven’t been to Orlando recently, you will be in for a pleasant surprise. Many know its famed theme parks and sunny days; but it also has endless entertainment and dining options, plus a thriving healthcare industry. During the past several years, Orlando has undergone a remarkable transformation. And new convention hotels have played a starring role in this continuing revolution. Orlando is an attractive destination for attendees from around the globe since it’s accommodations, dining and airfares are among the lowest when compared to other key convention cities. With numerous flight options, convenient highway access, and a central location, traveling to and from Orlando is easy. Plus, Orlando was recently ranked as a top 3 healthcare meeting destination! Welcome to the new Orlando! n New, remodeled, and expanded convention hotels n Several new casual and sophisticated dining options within walking distance of convention center and convention hotels n New Healthcare Emergence/Lake Nona Medical City n New Performing Arts Center n Distinctive Shopping n Destination Golf and Spas And it’s all waiting for you this December 8–12 at ASHP’s Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition! Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681 | 17
  18. 18. for ne w practitioners Sunday: Mastering Your Clinical Practice You’ve earned the right to be a member of the healthcare team and, on a day-to-day basis, must demonstrate you are competent, professional, intelligent, and credible. Learn ways to improve your clinical skills, regardless of your area of practice. ROOM 1 Saturday, December 7–Sunday, December 8 Are you in your first five years of pharmacy practice? You’re probably still finding your way— and your concerns, needs, and interests aren’t the same as those of your colleagues who are seasoned practitioners. 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m. 10 Years of Waiting: Find Out About the Latest Updates in Hypertension and Lipid Guidelines 10:45 a.m.–11:45 a.m. Applying the Basics of Antiinfective Resistance to Clinical Practice Great eXpectations Live is included in your full Midyear registration fee! That’s why Great eXpectations Live— developed by ASHP to address the unique needs of new practitioners—is now a part of the Midyear Clinical Meeting. As a conference-within-a conference, Great eXpectations Live is the place for you to explore workplace challenges, mentorship, and clinical issues in an encouraging, motivational atmosphere. Best of all, entry into Great eXpectations Live is included in your full Midyear registration fee! 11:45 a.m.–1:00 p.m Lunch on Own 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. Combination Antimicrobial Therapy and Optimal Beta-Lactam Adminis tration: Pro/Con Debates in ID 3:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m. Energy Break 3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m. Updates in the Management Septic Shock: Application of of International Guidelines ROOM 2 8:30 a.m.–10:00 a.m. Literature Evalation Tapas: Digestible Portions of Info on Infrequently Encountered Trial Designs 10:15 a.m.–11:45 a.m. Where Am I and Where Am I Going? Becoming and Motivating Clinical Leadership Saturday: Career Development Feel like you’re in over your head when it comes to advancing your career? Discover tips and tricks that your colleagues have used to make a pharmacy career more successful and rewarding. 9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m. Smooth Transitions: Aligning Expectations of the First 90 Days 11:45 a.m.–1:00 p.m Lunch on Own 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. An Integrated Care Management Model: Practicing the Ambulatory Care Dream 3:00 p.m. –3:30 p.m. Ensure your success. Spend your weekend in Great eXpectations Live, and see your way to a great future. Energy Break 3:30 p.m. –5:00 p.m. Three Shades of Grey: When Common Therapeutics is NOT Black or White ROOM 3 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m. Newest Drugs of Abuse: Spice, Bath Salts, Walvia and Beyond 9:15 a.m.–10:15 a.m. The Ideal Clinical Practice: Myth or Reality 10:45 a.m.–11:45 a.m. Creating Culture Through Managing Perceptions and Relationships 10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. A Critical Review of Critical Care Guidelines 11:45 a.m.–1:00 p.m. Lunch on Own 12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m Lunch on Own 1:00 p.m.–2:45 p.m. Big L. vs Little L.: Perspectives on Management and Leadership in 2013 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. Starting a Successful Career in Academic Pharmacy 2:45 p.m.–3:15 p.m. Energy Break 3:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m. Energy Break 3:15 p.m.–4:45 p.m. Adapting to Life as a New Practitioner: The Successes, Challenges, and Opportunities 3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m. Preceptor Development for the Resident: Balance Between Being Precepted and Precepting Students 18 | Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681
  19. 19. meeting registration form 48th ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition December 8–12, 2013 | Orange County Convention Center | Orlando, Florida Register in advance and SAVE! Pre-meeting registration closes on November 22nd and rates increase over $100 for onsite registration. All mail, fax, and online registrations must be received by ASHP on or before November 22nd to take advantage of discounts. REGISTRATION INFORMATION Please type or print clearly. ASHP ID Number:_____________________________________________________________________________ Name:______________________________________________________________________________________ FIRST MIDDLE LAST Title:_______________________________________________________________________________________ Name for Badge:______________________________________________________________________________ Home Address:_______________________________________________________________________________ STREET __________________________________________________________________________________________ CITY STATE ZIP Employer/School (required):_____________________________________________________________________ Employer/School Address:______________________________________________________________________ STREET What is your primary position? _ (please check one) q A Director q B Associate or Assistant Director q C Clinical Coordinator q D Other Supervisory Position q E Staff Pharmacist q F Clinical Pharmacist–General q G Clinical Pharmacist–Specialist q H Faculty q I Student q J Resident __________________________________________________________________________________________ q K Technician Daytime Phone:___________________________________ Fax: _______________________________________ q L Physician q M Nurse q N Other: ____________________________ q O Risk Manager q P Patient Safety Officer CITY STATE ZIP E-mail (required for meeting confirmation):_________________________________________________________ Graduation Date (requested for all, required for students and residents):___________________________________ q Check here if this is a new address. Customize your experience. Take advantage of pre-meeting workshops and special events. Complete both sides of this form, then check the meeting website www.ashp.org/midyear2013 to plan your days. METHOD OF PAYMENT q Charge to: q MasterCard TOTAL (from other side) q VISA q AmEx FOUR WAYS TO REGISTER q Discover $______________________________ MCM13 q ONLINE www.ashp.org/midyear2013 (It’s the quick and easy way to go!) Card #:_____________________________________________________ q CALL TOLL-FREE 1-866-279-0681, Mon.–Fri. 8 a.m.–6 p.m. EST International: 001-301-664-8700 Expiration Date:______________________________________________ q FAX registration form to 1-301-657-1251 Signature:__________________________________________________ q MAIL registration form with check or money order payable to ASHP. Checks must be drawn on a U.S. bank in U.S. funds. B y authorizing this charge, I certify that the above registration information is true and correct, and agree to be responsible for any additional charges incurred pursuant to this meeting registration. q Check or money order payable to ASHP attached. Checks must be drawn on a U.S. bank in U.S. funds. q Purchase order #:____________________________ attached. Please issue invoice. Midyear Clinical Meeting Registration ASHP Payment Center P.O. Box 17693 Baltimore, MD 21297 ARRANGEMENTS FOR SPECIAL ASSISTANCE If you have any disability for which you may require an auxiliary aid or special service while attending this meeting, please contact the Conferences Convention Division at ASHP, 301-664-8721 or ccd@ashp.org by November 8, 2013. Please Note: Payments to ASHP are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. However, they may be deductible under other provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. Only additional donations to the ASHP Research and Education Foundation are tax deductible.
  20. 20. midyear clinical meeting Registration includes meeting sessions, exhibits, and the Wednesday evening event. Please check one. q Full Registration Fee ASHP Member Non-member Advance Registration (on or before October 25) FM q $570 FN q $885* $ _________________ Regular Registration (October 26–November 22) FM q $625 FN q $940* $ _________________ On-site Registration (after November 22) FM q $675 FN q $990* $ _________________ q Resident Fee (Pharmacy residents in ASHP- or Canadian-accredited programs) RM $330 q RN q $435* $ _________________ q Pharmacy Technician Fee TM q $330 TN q $435 $ _________________ q Student Fee (Full-time undergraduate or postgraduate pharmacy students) SM q $270 SN q $375 $ _________________ Graduation date required to qualify for student fees: ______________________ q Retired Fee FR q $340 FR q $445 $ _________________ *BONUS MEMBERSHIP FOR NON-MEMBERS Non-member full meeting registrants and residents with a U.S. address are eligible to become members of ASHP for 6 months! Membership includes AJHP ®, Intersections, Newslink, Section membership, CE, discounts on future meetings, pharmacy publications and software, and much more! q Please check here if you would like to take advantage of this offer. An email confirmation for your 6-month membership will be sent following your completed meeting registration. Upon receiving this email you can complete your membership enrollment, including selecting your Sections. E-mail (required for enrollment): ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ PRE-MEETING WORKSHOPS You must register by November 22nd and be a full Midyear Meeting registrant to attend pre-meeting workshops. PharmPrep registration will be available on-site. Other workshop registrations may be available on-site at a higher rate if space is available. All full day workshops include lunch. 01WK Residency Learning System (RLS)—Saturday, December 7, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration is limited. Select only one of the following options: q  RLS A: PGY1 New Programs (80 participants) 01WKA  q  $310 $ __________________ 01WKB  B: PGY1 Existing Programs (100 participants) q  RLS q  $310 $ __________________ 01WKC  C: PGY2 New and Existing Programs (80 participants) q  RLS q  $310 $ __________________ 02WK Design Your Residency Program for Success: Residency Learning System (RLS) for Programs Starting Within a Year—Saturday, December 7, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Registration is limited to 60 participants. q  $160 $ __________________ 03WK ASHP’s PharmPrep Live! A Board Review Workshop Saturday, December 7, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration is limited. Lunch not included. Free 15 month access to PharmPrep Online is included. q  $80 ($95 on-site) $ __________________ 04WK How to Start a Residency Program: Tools for Pharmacy Residency Training Sunday, December 8, 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Registration is limited to 60 participants. q  $160 $ __________________ 05WK Basic Statistics: A Non-Threatening Approach to the Use of Statistics in Clinical Trials 2013 Sunday, December 8, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration is limited to 40 participants. q  $310 $ __________________ q  $80 $ __________________ Super Sunday: BPS Pharmacotherapy or Ambulatory Care Review and Recertification Intensives Prices do not include the $50 cost for those who wish to take the recertification exam. Registration is limited. 06WK Ambulatory Care Intensives 06WKA Ambulatory Care Intensive A — Sunday, December 8, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 06WKB Ambulatory Care Intensive B — Sunday, December 8, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. q  $80 $ __________________ 06WKC Ambulatory Care Intensive A/B q  $150 $ __________________ 07WK Pharmacotherapy Intensive 07WKA Pharmacotherapy Intensive A — Sunday, December 8, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. q  $80 $ __________________ 07WKB Pharmacotherapy Intensive B — Sunday, December 8, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. q  $80 $ __________________ 07WKC Pharmacotherapy Intensive A/B q  $150 $ __________________ SPECIAL EVENTS q Wednesday Evening Event (Included in all full registration fees) q  $60 x _______ tickets Additional tax-deductible donation to the ASHP Research and Education Foundation $__________________ $__________________ ONE-DAY REGISTRATION FEES Please indicate which day(s) you will be attending (includes meeting sessions and exhibits only).      q Sunday  q Monday  q Tuesday  q Wednesday and Thursday q OM One Day, Member $290/day $__________________ q ON One Day, Non-member $445/day © 2013 American Society of Health-System Pharmacists® HPMCM1313 TOTAL FEES $ _________________ MCM13
  21. 21. general information Learn. Grow. at The Midyear All sessions and exhibits will be held at the Orange County Convention Center, conveniently within walking distance of most hotels, many new restaurants and shopping. Please check The Midyear App, or Onsite Program Book for session room assignments. Register Early and SAVE VIP (Very Important Pharmacist) early bird rates—will be available until October 25. Pre-meeting discounted rates are available until November 22. ASHP-discounted member rates also apply to members of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists. After receiving your registration and payment, ASHP will send you a meeting confirmation. Please check your confirmation to verify that includes all activities for which you have registered. International Attendees ASHP will provide an Official Letter of Invitation for international attendees of Midyear 2013. Contact Customer Service at 866-279-0681 or email custserv@ashp.org. Travelers are advised to apply for visas well in advance of intended travel dates. Visit www.state.gov, the official website of the U.S. Department of State, for information about visa requirements, the locations of U.S. embassies and consulates worldwide and wait times for visa interview appointments and processing. Registration Kiosks Keep the Action Moving With our self-service registration kiosks, you’ll spend your time at Midyear 2013 networking, learning and maybe catching a show or two, not waiting in line. If you’re pre-registered, just scan the bar code on your confirmation letter. Kiosks also can be used for on-site registration during the following times: Saturday–Monday........... 7:15 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Tuesday–Wednesday...... 7:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Thursday....................... 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Staff-assisted registration will be available at the customer relations desk during the following times: Cancellations To receive a full-meeting registration refund, confirmed registrations must be cancelled in writing on or before November 22 (postmark or fax date). Written cancellations postmarked or faxed November 23 through December 7 will be subject to a $50 handling charge. Cancellation of registration for a Pre-Meeting Workshop is subject to the same policies and dates noted above with the exception that written cancellations must be postmarked or faxed before November 22; the handling fee is $25. Refunds will not be issued for cancellations postmarked or faxed after November 22. If ASHP cancels a workshop, full refunds will be issued to registrants. Support Our Foundation The ASHP Research and Education Foundation works to improve patient outcomes through leadership, education and research activities, with a special focus on the coordination of interdisciplinary medication management. Make your annual tax-deductable donation when you register for the Midyear Clinical Meeting by mail. See “Special Events” on the Registration Form. Host Your VIPs Want to reserve private meeting space at the convention center? You can rent an Executive Suites for a flat fee of $7,000 for use Monday–Tuesday, 8 am–5 pm, and Wednesday, 8 am–2 pm. Each suite is 264 square feet and will have an 8’ high fabric-covered hard wall, wall-to-wall carpet, one conference table, six conference chairs, and a sign with the company name on the door. Contact the ASHP Exhibits Team at exhibits@ashp.org to secure an Executive Suite. Special Assistance If you require an auxiliary aid or special assistance while attending Midyear 2013, please email us at ccd@ashp.org. Children Under 16 For health and safety considerations, individuals under the age of 16 will not be admitted to the exhibits, poster sessions or educational programs. Saturday–Monday........... 7:15 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Tuesday–Wednesday...... 7:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Thursday....................... 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681 | 21
  22. 22. A ccommo d ations an d T ra v el arrangements Travel Easy, Travel Affordably Association Travel Concepts (ATC) is the official travel agency for the 48th ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and Exhibition, offering discounted airfares on United, Delta, and American Airlines; and car rentals through Hertz, Enterprise, or Dollar Rentals. These include: n Up to 5% off applicable classes of service for tickets purchased more than 30 days prior to the meeting (restrictions apply) n Advanced seat assignment and special meal requests n Frequent flier program updates n Low fare options on all airlines n 24/7 access with mobile options for itinerary status updates You can make your travel reservations: Online: www.atcmeetings.com/ashp ($10 service fee) E-mail: reservations@atcmeetings.com ($35 service fee) Phone: (Toll-free) 1-800-458-9383 ($35 service fee) ATC agents are available from 8:30 a.m.– 8:00 p.m. (EST), Monday through Friday. Some restrictions may apply. Service fees apply to ticketed registrations. You may also call your own agency or the vendors directly and refer to the following I.D. numbers: United Airlines ........ Zcode: ZNPK548694 ...800-521-4041 American Airlines ... 36D3AY ........................800-433-1790 Delta ........................ NMGHT ........................800-328-1111 Hertz Rentals .......... CV#04SS0002 .............800-654-2240 Enterprise ................ 32H7476 ......................800-593-0505 Dollar Rentals ......... CM0679 .......................800-800-3665 Reserve a Room Today and Receive Special Benefits! ASHP has worked hard to provide attendees with a variety of quality hotels and competitive rates to select from in Orlando. Hotel reservations will be accepted until November 13 at 6:00 pm Mountain Standard Time (MST) or until the room block is sold out, whichever occurs first. Book today and take advantage of the discounted rates and special ASHP benefits during your stay, such as: n complimentary in-room internet access cardio center admission n complimentary shuttle service to the Convention Center for 6 days n protection in the event the hotel oversells its rooms, and more! n Orchid Event Solutions, ASHP’s ONLY official housing company, is ready to assist you. For suite information (rates and availability) e-mail ASHP@orchideventsolutions.com. The Midyear Shuttle Bus Schedule Shuttle bus service will be provided from all official Midyear hotels to the Orange County Convention Center’s West Building (except for the Hyatt Regency Orlando and Rosen Centre, as they are within walking distance), Saturday, December 7 through Thursday, December 12. The complete shuttle schedule including route numbers and times of operation will be available on The Midyear website in October. 7272 Wisconsin Avenue Bethesda, Maryland 20814 866-279-0681 Fax: 301-664-8877 www.ashp.org © 2013 American Society of Health-System Pharmacists® HPMCM1313 22 | Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681
  23. 23. Official Hotel Map 48th ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting Exhibition December 8–12, 2013 I Orange County Convention Center I Orlando, Florida 1 Courtyard by Marriott International Drive/ Convention Center $149.00 single/double 2 Crowne Plaza Universal $167.00 single/double 6 3 DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at SeaWorld $142.00 single/double 4 Embassy Suites Hotel Orlando— I-Drive/Convention Center $178.00 single/double 13 14 5 Hampton Inn Convention Center $125.00 single/double 6 Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando $185.00 single/double 7 Hawthorn Suites Orlando Convention Center $115.00 single/double 8 Hilton Garden Inn SeaWorld $139.00 single/double 2 9 Hilton Orlando $196.00 single/double 21 12 1 4 10 Homewood Suites by Hilton—International Drive near Universal Studios $135.00 single/double 11 11 Hyatt Place Orlando Convention Center/ International Drive $139.00 single/double 10 22 5 18 19 North/South Building 15 17 West Building 20 9 Fly over 7 3 16 8 12 La Quinta Inn Suites Convention Center $85.00 single/double 13 Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando $187.00 single/double 14 Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando $180.00 single/double 15 Hyatt Regency Orlando (Headquarter Hotel) (formerly The Peabody Orlando) $239.00 single/double 16 Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld $205.00 single/double 17 Rosen Centre Hotel (Co-headquarter Hotel) $199.00 single/double 18 Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando $109.00 single/double 19 Rosen Plaza Hotel $184.00 single/double Room rates include complimentary guest room internet access. Rates do not include tax, currently 12.5% per room, per night. Tax subject to change. 20 Rosen Shingle Creek $207.00 single/double 21 Sonesta ES Suites Orlando $129.00 single/$149.00 double 22 The Westin Orlando Universal Boulevard $199.00 single/double Register for the meeting and reserve accommodations at www.ashp.org/midyear2013 or call 1.866.279.0681 | 23
  24. 24. Anywhere, Anytime Access and Updates. The Midyear is Mobile. The MOBILE MIDYEAR App Get the most out of The Midyear with your smartphone or tablet. Users can create their own custom schedule, see What’s On Now, browse the exhibits, receive timely announcements, view handouts, and much more. Available in app stores on November 15, 2013 for Android™, iPhone®, and iPad®, or from your mobile browser at www.ashp. org/mobilemidyear. 48th ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting Exhibition December 8–12, 2013  |  Orange County Convention Center  |  Orlando, Florida www.ashp.org/midyear2013

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