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Primary Care Update: Series V


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Primary Care Update: Series V

  1. 1. PHARMACISTS: University Learning Systems is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy educa- tion. All ULS seminars carry a ACPE UAN “P” designation. PHYSICIANS: This Live activity, PRIMARY CARE UPDATE: SERIES V, with a beginning date of 7/16/2014, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 15.00 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. CANADIAN PHYSICIANS: Members of the College of Family Physicians of Canada are eligible to receive up to 15 MAINPRO-M1 credits for participation in this activity due to reciprocal agreement with the American Academy of Family Physicians. PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS: American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) accepts certificates of participation for educational activities certified for Prescribed credit from AAFP. NURSE PRACTITIONERS: The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) accepts AAFP Prescribed credit. NURSES: Provider approved by California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider No. CEP 11409, for 15 contact hours (1.5 CEU). OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONALS: Please contact your respective board regarding approval. Contact us if you need help or documentation . Requirements For Credit: CE credit is dependent on verification of seminar attendance by daily on-time check-in and ULS receipt of signed evaluations forms. This credit is accepted by all states that require CE for relicensure. Credit is determined on a per seminar basis, no partial credit is awarded. Issuance Of Credit: State- ments of Credit are usually issued on site at the conclusion of each session providing attendance requirements have been met. (Note: Approximately one 15 minute break per 2.5 hours. Credited hours do not include breaks.) Commercial Support Policy: It is the policy of University Learning Systems (ULS) to provide an unbiased, fair and balanced approach to continuing education. Grants from pharmaceutical companies are not solicited and are accepted only with the understanding that University Learning Systems has complete control over the determi- nation of topic, faculty and content. Such grants will be disclosed in the brochure and at the seminar if applicable. No commercial support was received for this program. Continuing Education Credit Kelly W. Jones, Pharm. D., BCPS Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Depart- ment of Family Medicine, McLeod Regional Medical Center, Florence, South Carolina. Adjunct Associ- ate Professor, Department of Community Pharmacy Practice and Administra- tion, Medical University of South Carolina, Charles- ton, South Carolina. Ad- junct Clinical Assistant Professor, College of Phar- macy, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina. Disclosure: Dr. Jones has NO financial arrangements with any corporate organization that might have an interest in the subject being presented. Friday, July 18, 2014: 7:00 AM- 7:30 AM Registration and Breakfast; 7:30 AM - 1:00 PM Educational Session ACPE UAN 0741-0000-14-018-L01-P; Activity: Knowledge, 5 Contact Hours Medication Reconciliation: Transitioning Patients Between Care Settings At the conclusion of this presentation, the participant should be able to: 1) Define medication reconciliation in transitional care settings. 2) Discuss the importance of medication reconciliation and the various methods used to reconcile medications. 3) Describe the reason why medication reconciliation changed from #8 to #3 on the National Patient Safety Goal list. 4) Compare and contrast data collected from a research project at McLeod Health with other national data concerning medication reconciliation. 5) Describe safety vulnerabilities that necessitate medication reconciliation. 6) Discuss and analyze medication reconciliation from a philosophical viewpoint to critically think about the implications of system development. Wednesday July 16, 2014: 7:00 - 7:30 AM Registration and Breakfast; 7:30 AM - 1:00 PM Educational Session ACPE UAN 0741-0000-14-016-L01-P; Activity: Knowledge, 5 Contact Hours New Drug Update in the Primary Care Setting—Part 1 Note: The STEPS format will be used to analyze each new medication: Safety, Tolerability, Evidence, Price and Simplicity At the conclusion of this presentation, the participant should be able to: 1.) Identify new therapeutic agents recently introduced to the market and explain their indications. 2) Describe the most important adverse events and precautions of each new therapeutic agent. 3) Compare and contrast new medications to others within similar therapeutic categories. 4) Describe any important drug interactions and pharmacokinetic parameters that are clinically relevant. 5) Discuss any evidence-based clinical trials that may be published about the medications to aid in therapeutic selection 6) Describe the basic pharmacology behind monoclonal antibodies and discuss how they are made. 7) Discuss the nomenclature behind nam- ing monoclonal antibodies. 8) List examples of monoclonal antibodies and the conditions they treat. The new drugs discussed will correlate to the market and include new formulations, e.g, aclindinium inhaler, linagliptin, rivaroxaban, dabigatran, apixiban, ticagrelor, vilazodone, roflumilast, fidaxomicin, buprenorphine, ivermectin topical, Certolizumab, mirabegron, ingenol, linaclotide, and Flucelvax. AAFP AMA Thursday, July 17, 2014: 7:00 - 7:30 AM Registration and Breakfast; 7:30 AM - 1:00 PM Educational Session ACPE UAN 0741-0000-14-017-L01-P; Activity: Knowledge, 5 Contact Hours New Drug Update in the Primary Care Setting -Part 2 Please see above 15 Hours of Continuing Education amidst the Magnificent Grand Tetons! Snow King Resort — Jackson Hole, WY July 16-18, 2014 PRIMARY CARE UPDATE: SERIES V
  2. 2. 1. Arrange Your Lodging first! 2. Make Your Airline Reservations. 3. Register to Attend the Seminar with ULS  Online secure registration:  Fax registration form to 716-529-0550  Phone registration call ULS at 800-940-5860 Seminar Surcharge: If you don't make reservations and stay at the hotel using the ULS Group Code, a nominal surcharge must be included. Spouses, family and friends are welcome and do not pay the seminar fee unless they attend the educational sessions. Special seminar fees are available for non- professional accompanying persons who wish to attend one or more sessions (no special receipt, certification or credit is issued). Physically Impaired? If you have impairments which require assistance in order to participate in this seminar, please let us know when you register. Registration Form-Snow King Resort, Jackson Hole WY– July 2014 Name (first, last): ______________________________________ Degree/Profession: ___________Spouse (if attending seminar): ________________________ Degree: _______ Address: ____________________________________________________________City:___________________________ State/Province:_______ Postal Code:_________ Daytime Phone: ____________________________ Evening Phone: ____________________________Cell Phone: _____________________________ E-mail (required )_________________________________________________________ NABP #__________________________________ NABP (National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, along with ACPE, is switching to an online system for pharmacists to track their CME credits. We are required to gather this information at the point of registration. Need to register for an NABP profile ID? Simply go to to register. Date of Birth*__ __/__ __/__ __ __ __ (Date of Birth is used as an identifier for eReporting of Continuing Education credit.) Lodging: If you don't make reservations and stay at the Snow King Resort as described above, add the surcharge to the seminar fee. Reservations are verified by hotel rooming list. If you are sharing a room at the resort with another attendee, please indicate that in comments at the bottom of this page. ___ I have made reservations (and will stay) at Snow King with the ULS Group Code. ___ I have NOT made reservations at Snow King under the ULS Group Code and have added the seminar surcharge. (Please note: Staying at Snow King with offer other than the ULS Group Code, still requires payment of the Seminar Surcharge.) Seminar Fee: $ ____________ in U.S. Funds, for ____ Persons Wednesday ____ Thursday ___ Friday ___ Payment Methods for Seminar Fee ___ Checks - for MAIL registration only. Complete this form and mail with check payable to: University Learning Systems, PO Box 35, Easy Amherst, NY 14051 Note: Checks returned due to insufficient funds incur a $50 fee. ___ Credit Card: ___ MasterCard ___ Visa ___ American Express ___ Discover Your seminar registration fee will appear on your credit card statement as "University Learning Sys" or similar. Please share this information with the person responsible for paying the credit card company, as there is an extra charge of $50 for any contested charge-backs. If you need further explanation on this, contact us. Credit Card Number: ___________________________________________________ Exp. Date: (mm/yy) ____ ____ / ____ _____CVV# ___________ Cardholder Name (as on the card): _____________________________________________________________ Phone Numbers of Cardholder (if different than seminar participant) Daytime Phone: _______________________________ Evening Phone: _______________________________ Billing Address of Cardholder if different than above: _______________________________________________ If registering by FAX or MAIL, you must sign here: __________________________________________________ Have you ever attended a University Learning Systems seminar? ___ No ___ Yes If this is your first time attending a ULS seminar and were referred by a previously attendee, let us know by whom. __________________________________________________ Registration FeesLodging Room Type Rate Grand View Lodge Hotel Room $199/night Seminar Fees: Include workshop attendance, handouts, breakfast and refreshments during the meetings and certification of continuing education credit (usually issued on site). All persons attending the seminar must pay a seminar fee. Per Person Seminar Fees Early Bird Discount Up To 6/1/2014 Regular Fee 3 DAY SEMINAR $525 $550 Professional Couple Seminar Fees Early Bird Discount Up To 6/1/2014 Regular Fee 3 DAY SEMINAR 10% off of combined 10% off of combined Date Refund Policy Up to June 1, 2014 Cancellations are subject to a $50 processing fee per person or you may apply your full registration fee one time to another program attended within 12 months. After June 1, 2014 No refunds, although seminar fee less $50 processing fee may be applied one time to another program attended within 12 months. After June 21, 2014 No refunds or application of fee to another program for cancellation, nonappearance or partial attendance. Hotel Name Snow King Grand View Lodge Hotel Web Page Hotel Reservation Number 1-800-522-KING Online HOTEL Reservations Online CONDO Reservations ULS Group Code University Learning Systems ULS Group Expiration Date 6/1/2014 Hotel Taxes 15.0% ULS Rates BASED ON AVAILABILITY Check In Time 4:00 pm Check Out Time 12:00 pm Seminar Surcharge (If not staying at the hotel) $50.00 COMMENTS: ULS reserves the right to verify all rooming information with hotel and/or hotel has the right to release rooming information to ULS for all attendees. Seminar Refund Policy: Advance written notice is required . No refunds due to airline delays or cancellation of flights. Once application of the seminar fee to another program is chosen, there are no further refunds or application to another program should you cancel again. With the exception of Canada, we offer no international refunds. Refunds will be processed by original form of payment or by check only. Refunds may take 2-4 weeks to process after notification of cancellation.