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2019 New Drugs New Laws - Spokane
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Early bird ends March 10, 2019. New Drugs New Laws 2019 is the perfect way to stay current and tune up your medication and legal knowledge. This meeting focuses on the new medications approved over the last year, updated guidelines and recommendations and will cover important and timely legal issues with regard to pharmacy practice.

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When: Sunday, March 31, 2019
8:00 AM - 5:15 PM
Where: Walgreens Auditorium
205 E Spokane Falls Blvd.
Room 101
Spokane, Washington  99202
United States
Contact: Akilah Williams
425-228-7171 ext. 0


Online registration is available until: 3/31/2019
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CONFERENCE OVERVIEW

The WSPA New Drugs, New Laws Seminar has been a perennial favorite for years! Busy pharmacists and technicians appreciate this one-day session with both clinical and regulatory updates for practice, in addition to many opportunities to network and connect with peers.

 

New Drugs New Laws is evolving this year to continue to meet your needs. The popular New Drugs Session by Dr. Terri Levien will be complimented by the addition of New Guidelines Review by Dr. Levi Lancaster and Dr. Steven Elrod from Providence St. Peter Family Medicine. This new component of NDNL will review changing guidelines and updates annually to keep you on the same page as patients and your peers. Then focus will shift from clinical to regulatory. Dr. Julie Akers will kick off the discussion reviewing new state and federal laws and legislation. This will be followed by a discussion of workplace conditions and safety with Dr. Jennifer Wilson Norton presenting on Workers’ Rights and Labor Laws and Dr. Annie Lambert reviewing Employee Health including USP 800 and Handling of Hazardous Drugs. The day will be wrapped up by the Pharmacy Quality Assurance Commission staff discussing the important Washington Pharmacy Rules Rewrite, Pharmacy Inspections and PQAC Investigations.


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Speakers and activity description


Spokane: March 31, 2019 | Walgreens Auditorium, Room 101, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences Building | 205 E Spokane Falls Blvd. | Spokane, WA 99202 | click here for a campus map
Early bird ends March 10, 2019 | Regular registration ends March 25, 2019 | Late registration starts March 26, 2019


Agenda at a glance:

8-10 am: 2019 New Drugs Update – Terri Levien

10:15-12:15 pm: New Guidelines - T. Levi Lancaster

1-2 pm: State and Federal Legislative Updates- Julie Akers

2-2:30 pm: Workers Rights/Staffing/Labor Laws- Jennifer Wilson-Norton

2:30-3 pm: Handling of Hazardous Drugs- Annie Lambert

3:15-5:15 pm: Pharmacy Quality Assurance Commission Updates- Steve Saxe and Tracy West


        
 
    Terri Levien                T. Levi Lancaster             Julie Akers              Jennifer Wilson-Norton


                        

                        
Annie Lambert                      Steven Saxe                   Tracy West

CougaRx Reception
There will be a post-seminar reception again this year. It will be in the PBS Building lobby from 5:15 to 6 p.m. and is sponsored by CougaRx Nation. They will have light appetizers and beverages. If you would only like to stop by for a few minutes on your way out, they would love to say hello. Below are the details, if you plan on attending please RSVP to gocougs@pharmacy.wsu.edu

CougaRx Nation Networking Reception following New Drugs/New Laws

5:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Complimentary Appetizers and Beverages

Lobby area, Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Building

WSU Health Sciences Campus, Spokane


If you need a hotel in Spokane these are right across the street or near by:

Marriott Courtyard
Fairfield Marriott
Red Lion River Inn

 

CE Requirement – Secret Codes and Online Evaluation

In order to receive credit, participants must go on-line to submit the secret codes and evaluation for each CE activity attended. At the end of each CE presentation, participants will be provided with the secret code. Participants will document the code on the Activity Description and CE Tracking Form. To receive credit for the activity, participants must follow the Live Event CE Upload Instructions provided at the meeting. WSPA staff will be available throughout the meeting to assist with the CE upload. Participants will only have 60 days to upload CE credits from the activity date in order to receive credit. The CE credit will then be uploaded to the CPE Monitor and attendance of CE can be tracked through that system.

In order to process CE credits, participants must provide the correct NABP e-Profile ID number and their birth month and day (MMDD format). The NABP e-Profile ID number is a six to eight-digit number, and it is NOT your license number, NPI number, or store NABP#.  If you need to verify your number or have not yet registered for one, please visit www.MyCPEMonitor.net.

  The Washington State Pharmacy Association (WSPA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.




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