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Tennessee Society of Student Pharmacists (TSSP) Winter Meeting
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22
Envisioning the Future of PharmacyThe future of pharmacy is ours, if we can see it. This year’s programming will bring in several pharmacists who have followed non-traditional career paths. Learn more about opportunities in pharmacy, how to differentiate yourself, and how to get the job you want. The program will be interrupted by a mysterious crime and end with a New Orleans-style celebration, in preparation for the 2020 TPA Summer Meeting!
8:30aCumberland South Foyer
9:00a‑9:45aCumberland South Foyer
Welcome— Julianna Bolton, PharmD Candidate, TSSP President
The Long-Term Solution— C. Morgan Honeycutt, PharmD, Director of Pharmacy, Mac’s LTC Pharmacy Solutions
Professional Branding and Finding an “In” to Industry— Ali Roberts, PharmD, BCPS, Regional Medical Affairs Liaison, Puma Biotechnology
New and Novel Rapid Diagnostic Tests in Antimicrobial Stewardship1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-20-049-L01-P/T— Michael P. Veve, PharmD, MPH, Assistant Professor/Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Infectious Diseases, College of Pharmacy, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, University of Tennessee Medical Center
Keep Up with the Pace and Rhythm: Updates to the Atrial Fibrillation Guidelines1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-20-050-L01-P/T— Samarth P. Shah, PharmD, BCPS, Clinical Pharmacy Specialist – Internal Medicine/Acute Stroke, Methodist University Hospital
Sweetening the Deal – Cardiovascular and Renal Benefits of SGLT2 Inhibitors1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-20-051-L01-P/T— Jonathan Hughes, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Ascension Saint Thomas Rutherford/Saint Louise Family Medicine Center
11:50a‑12:45p Cumberland South Foyer
Visit with ExhibitorsOur meetings would not be possible without their support! Stop by their tables to see how their products or services could benefit you.
“How You Doin’?” Developing Effective Feedback Strategies1.5 Contact Hours, UAN: 0575-0000-20-052-L04-PTennessee Alliance of Pharmacy Education— Richard Breeden, PharmD, BCNSP, BCPS, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Director of Clinical Education, South College School of Pharmacy— Angela Shelton Clauson, PharmD, Director of Experiential Education, Belmont University College of Pharmacy— Catherine M. Crill, PharmD, FCCP, BCNSP, Associate Professor and Director of Experiential Learning and International Programs, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Pharmacy— Susie Crowe, PharmD, Director of Experiential Education, ETSU Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy— Mark Stephens, PharmD, BCPS, Assistant Dean for Experiential Education, Union University College of Pharmacy— Greg Young, PharmD, Associate Dean for Experiential Education, Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy
Innovative Practice Pearls1.5 Contact Hours, UAN: 0575-0000-20-053-L01-P/TA popular session every year, six new practitioners and/or pharmacy residents will explore important and emerging topics that they have found interesting during their practice. These “pearls,” which are based on their experiences or observations, will be presented in 15-minute presentations.Clearing the Air: What We Know About Vaping-Associated Lung Injury— Monica Barrett, PharmD, PGY-2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Resident, VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare SystemDoes Ezetimibe Really IMPROVE Cholesterol? Understanding Its Use in Hyperlipidemia Management— Shelby Brooks, PharmD, PGY-1 Pharmacotherapy Resident, University of Tennessee Medical CenterBad Bugs, New Drugs— Allison Brunson, PharmD, PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Resident, Baptist Memorial Hospital – MemphisYou Beta Get That Allergy Checked: How to Evaluate, Clarify, and Clear Beta Lactam Allergies— Anna Birg Mitchell, PharmD, PGY-2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Resident, Memphis Veterans Affairs Medical CenterOld Drug, New Tricks: A Clonidine Taper Protocol for Dexmedetomidine Weaning— Alyssa Morgan, PharmD, PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Resident, Baptist Memorial Hospital – MemphisSomething Old, Shockingly New: Hydroxocobalamin, Methylene Blue— Sneha Patel, PharmD, PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Resident, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Community Pharmacy WorkshopFeaturing NCPA’s Innovation Center Front-End Profit Building ProgramSponsored byGood Neighbor Pharmacy
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23
We are excited to partner with NCPA’s Innovation Center to bring you NCPA’s Front-End Profit Building Seminar with Gabe Trahan, sponsored by Good Neighbor Pharmacy, with additional Community Pharmacy programming from the Tennessee Pharmacists Association. During the Front-End Profit Building Seminar, you will learn about proven budget-minded changes to your floor plan that will increase your revenue, find ways to make room to introduce new trends and niches, and see examples of some simple—and some not-so-simple—changes that will enhance the curbside appeal of your store. The day will end with discussions of other important topics affecting community pharmacy.
Creating Curb Appeal – Looking Alive and Well5.5 Contact Hours, UAN: 0207‐9999‐20‐200‐L04‐P/T (4 Sessions)— Gabe Trahan, Senior Director, Store Operations & Marketing, National Community Pharmacists Association
Is the Interior of Your Store Up to Par?5.5 Contact Hours, UAN: 0207‐9999‐20‐200‐L04‐P/T (4 Sessions)— Gabe Trahan, Senior Director, Store Operations & Marketing, National Community Pharmacists Association
Best Practices for Staff Development in Community Pharmacy1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-20-047-L04-P/T—Katelyn Alexander, PharmD, Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, ETSU Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy— Jessica Robinson, PharmD, Community Pharmacy Practitioner, ETSU Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy
The What? How? and Why? of Pharmacy Credentialing1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-20-055-L04-P/T— Hamilton Borden, PharmD, Pharmacy Consultant/MTM Coordinator, Blount Discount Pharmacy— Brad Cagle, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, Clinical Pharmacy Manager, Morristown-Hamblen Hospital—Jonathan Hughes, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Ascension Saint Thomas Rutherford/Saint Louise Family Medicine Center
10:35a‑11:30aCumberland North Foyer
Visit with ExhibitorsOur meetings would not be possible without their support! Please stop by their tables to see how their products or services could benefit you.
TennCare Update1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-20-056-L04-P/T— Renee Williams-Clark, PharmD, RPh, Chief Pharmacy Officer, Division of TennCare, Pharmacy Department
Legislative Session Visit (pending legislative schedule)Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
TPA’s 2020 Legislative Reception TPA’s 2020 Legislative Reception provides an invaluable opportunity for pharmacy professionals to socialize with state Representatives and Senators and discuss legislative issues face-to-face in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
Tennessee Pharmacists Association (TPA) Winter Meeting, DAY 2
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25
7:00a‑11:00aCumberland South Foyer
7:00a‑7:45aCumberland South Foyer
Coffee & Refreshments
7:45a‑9:10aSee meeting rooms at rightClick your society to view your meeting agenda, if available.
TPA Society MeetingsJoin your fellow society members to discuss topics that are affecting your practice. During this time, you will also discuss any pending resolutions and nominate individuals to run for office to lead your society forward.
Tennessee Compounding Pharmacists Society (TCPS) – Davidson
Tennessee Society of Chain Pharmacists (TSCP) – Tennessee B
Tennessee Society of Health-System Pharmacists (TSHP) – Brentwood
Tennessee Society of Independent Pharmacists (TSIP) – Nashville
Tennessee Society of Long-Term Care Pharmacists (TSLTCP) – Volunteer
TPA House of DelegatesDuring the biannual meeting of the TPA House of Delegates, attendees will receive important updates on the state of the organization. Delegates will also discuss and vote on resolutions that will help shape the priorities and position of the Association. Agenda and Proposed Resolutions
Adjourn for “Pharmacy Day on the Hill”After the Winter Meeting adjourns, join your colleagues at 11:00 a.m. on Capitol Hill in Nashville, a short walk from the DoubleTree Hotel. Pharmacy Day on the Hill is an opportunity for pharmacists, student pharmacists, and pharmacy technicians to educate legislators on their value as health care professionals. This important outreach showcases the value of pharmacy to our elected officials. Wear your white coat! Even if you are unable to attend the TPA Winter Meeting, please join us for Pharmacy Day on the Hill.