Workshops

Residency Learning System (RLS) Workshop
Saturday, June 9

Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
ACPE Program #: 204-000-11-291-L04P
Contact Hours: 8.0 / Application-based
Workshop Fee: $225
Registration limited to 100 participants

Residency program directors learn how to meet accreditation standards for the design and conduct of their residency program. Review requirements for each of the nine steps of the residency learning system process. Use criteria checklists to critique sample (or your own) components of a residency program, such as purpose statements, program structure, learning and assessment activities and customized plans and get examples to use as guides. Practice key required skills, including giving effective feedback, applying clinical teaching skills, designing preceptor development plans and other program improvement strategies. Areas frequently cited on accreditation surveys will be identified and given special emphasis.

Bring materials from your program for critique and possible revision during the workshop.

You must pre-register by May 29 and be a full Summer Meeting registrant to attend.

Learning Objectives:

  1. In examples, determine if components of a residency program (purpose statements, selection of elective outcomes, program structure) meet accreditation standards, and common reasons they don’t.
  2. Determine appropriate learning activities for specified learning experiences and objectives.
  3. In cases, provide effective criteria-based formative and summative assessment feedback, as well as feedback to help a resident improve self-assessment skills.
  4. Evaluate information about a specified resident to determine their customized plan and modify the plan based on an assessment of their progress.
  5. Apply effective precepting skills, including orientation and clinical teaching and identify problems and solutions related to the residency program quality improvement process, including preceptor development.

340B University™
Saturday, June 9
Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Contact Hours: 8.0 / Knowledge-based

Offered by Apexus, manager of the 340B Prime Vendor Program for the HRSA Office of Pharmacy Affairs

Note: You must pre-register by May 10.  There is no fee for this workshop and you do not need to be a Summer Meeting registrant to attend.  For more information and to register go to: https://www.340bpvp.com/resource-center/340b-university.html

ACPE Credit: ProCE, Inc. is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.  Statements of credit can be received online at www.proce.com at the conclusion of the workshop.  Participants must complete an online program evaluation in order to receive pharmacy CE credit.  No partial credit will be given.

Apexus, manager of the 340B Prime Vendor Program for the HRSA Office of Pharmacy Affairs, is offering a comprehensive review of the 340B Drug Pricing Program. The goal of the program is to provide an understanding of the 340B drug pricing program, its development, implementation and policies surrounding its utilization.

340B University™ will provide you with many opportunities for hands-on, practical advice to help with program implementation, including: learning innovative strategies to reduce costs, remaining compliant and improving care. There will be opportunities to participate in small breakout sessions, to get the advice from industry leaders, and to network with peers!

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the history, intent and statutory principals of the 340B program.
  2. Outline the process for addressing 340B policy and the maintenance of integrity of the 340B Program participation.
  3. List methods to optimize the value of 340B Prime Vendor Program services.
  4. Describe the role of the manufacturer, wholesaler, prime vendor and entity in 340B pricing integrity.

Expanding Your Residency Program Workshop
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Time: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
ACPE Program #: 204-000-12-135-L04P
Contact Hours: 3.0 / Application-based
Workshop Fee: $115
Registration limited to 60 participants

Join the latest craze: Increasing pharmacy residency capacity by expanding your current residency program!  As you know, there are currently more resident applicants than programs to accept them and the profession is stepping up to meet the need. This workshop will tell you what you need to know to expand your existing residency program to accommodate more residents.  You’ll discuss challenges while learning from those who have recently met the challenges and successfully expanded their residency programs.  (Note: For those starting a new residency program, look for the workshop “Starting a Residency Program” at the National Residency Preceptors Conference, August 16, 2012 in Washington, DC.)

You must pre-register by May 29 and be a full Summer Meeting registrant to attend.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe benefits of expanding your existing residency program.
  2. Describe approaches taken by organizations that successfully expanded their residency programs.
  3. Identify challenges to expanding your residency program.
  4. Develop strategies for meeting challenges of expanding your residency program.
  5. Develop a preliminary plan to prepare your organization to expand its residency program.