Poster Presentations: Framing a New Practice Mindset

Live Webinar

August 31, 2023 | 1-2:30 PM CT

Board of pharmacy and college of pharmacy representatives will share findings from projects and research related to their vision to advance pharmacy practice in furtherance of protecting the public health. Topics include addressing rising insulin prices; drug interactions associated with cannabis; analysis of medication errors in community pharmacy; perspectives on pharmacist-prescribed hormonal contraceptives in South Carolina; expanding team-based care in rural South Carolina; active learning in pharmaceutical calculations education; board-authorized protocols in Kentucky; effective controlled dangerous substance data collection and use; and current pharmacy technician practice.

Please note that the webinar capacity is 1,000 participants; registration does not guarantee entry. Those who are unable to join the meeting may purchase the webinar recording that will be posted online in a few weeks.

CPE Credit

The complimentary webinar is eligible for Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)-accredited continuing pharmacy education (CPE) credit. More details regarding the presentation, CPE activity credits, and browser requirements can be found in the CPE Activity Information Guide.

Poster Presentations

Pharmacist’s Role in Addressing the Rising Insulin Prices

Framing a New Mindset About Drug Interactions Associated With Cannabis

Student Observations and Analysis of Medication Errors in Community Pharmacy Settings

Evaluation of Pharmacist and Patient Perspectives on Pharmacist-Prescribed Hormonal Contraceptives in South Carolina

Partnering Together to Expand Team-Based Care in Rural South Carolina

Impacts of Active Learning in a Pharmaceutical Calculations Course

Board Authorized Protocols: Framing a New Practice Mindset in Kentucky

Effective CDS Data Collection and Use: A Health Data Collaboration Model Using Relationships Between the State Pharmacy Regulatory Board, Independent Pharmacy Providers, State Data Collection Programs, and Electronic Service Connectors

Snapshot of Current Pharmacy Technician Practice