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Labelle Winery 2019  Continuing Education

Sunday October 23, 2019

Course Synopses & Slides

It is recommended you bring a device capable of internet access  

New Hampshire Law Update - Mike Bullek, BSPharm, RPh, Administrator/Chief of Compliance, Office of Professional Licensure and Compliance, State of NH - click here for slides

  • Review of new Board initiatives concerning Quality Assurance legislation and implementation of program. Will discuss what is required upon Board compliance inspection
  • Review new license category for Advanced Practice Technicians and where they will fit with current practice
  • Review new statutes and rules for 2019. Look into new standards of practice rules concerning control drug losses and changes to processes
  • Summarize prescription drug monitoring program and issues affecting pharmacists

A Pharmacist Run Beta-lactam Allergy Assessment Service. More Than One Way to Skin A Cat - Paul Santos, Director, Clinical Pharmacy Operations at Lakes Region General Hospital - click here for slides

  • Review the History of  β-lactam Allergies
  • Recognize the true degree of cross-reactivity between β-lactam antibiotics
  • Discuss the various ways to skin a cat (deliver pharmacist run beta-lactam allergy assessment services)

Addiction and Diversion in NH Pharmacists and Technicians - Sally Garhart, MD, New Hampshire Professionals Health Program, Medical Director - click here for slides

  • Discuss the data of addiction and behavioral issues causing impairment in NH Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians
  • Identify the personal warning signs of increased diversion potential
  • Gain better understanding of the personal vulnerabilities that can lead to addiction and/or diversion
  • Explain the obligations to the NH Board of Pharmacy regarding reporting requirements for addiction and diversion in NH
  • Describe and develop prevention and early-warning intervention strategies before “hitting bottom” it is never “too late”



Everybody Makes Mistakes: Medication Safety in Pharmacy Practice - Breanne Paizik, PharmD, Medication Safety Officer, Elliot Health System, Manchester, NH - click here for slides

  • Identify what is a medication error
  • Describe common factors that may contribute to medication errors
  • Identify strategies for preventing errors
  • Describe how to respond to a medication error

Evaluations and Post-Tests MUST Be Completed on or before 8 AM on November 8th 2019

Links to all evaluations & post-tests will be activated at the end of the event 

Instructions - PLEASE READ FIRST

Course Evaluations and Post-Tests for Technicians -   click here

Instructions - PLEASE READ FIRST

Course Evaluations & Post-Tests for Pharmacists -     click here

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Manchester, NH 03103

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NHPA Mission Statement

The mission of the New Hampshire Pharmacists Association is to promote, enhance, and advance pharmacy practice, in the State of New Hampshire by advocating for the professional interests of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, student pharmacists, and ancillary pharmacy personnel as well as to advocate for the health and welfare of the general public.

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