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LOGGING CATCH THE WAVE AND GREG GOUSSE CONFERENCES CE CREDIT

 

No later than November 20, 2017, use the below link to complete the Catch the Wave survey evaluation, which is required as part of the ACPE accreditation of our program. Please be very careful in entering your NABP, DOB (NO year) and the validation codes (see below).

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CSHP17 

 

We would very much appreciate your feedback so even if not registering to receive credit, fill out an evaluation.  

 

To earn CE credit, enter the validation codes for the presentations you attended:

Ron Culberson- TURKEY

Ralph Riello- GOBBLE

Monica Mahoney-PUMPKIN

Rachel Eyler- FALL

Julie Webb- CRANBERRY

Clinical Pearls I- STUFFING

Clinical Pearls II-APPLE PIE

Tammy Malm and Tera Falcetti- DINNER ROLL

 

YOUR CREDITS WILL BE VISIBLE AFTER NOVEMBER 20, 2017. 

 

If you have a problem using the above system, please contact Ellen Zoppo at CPA (860-563-4619) 

 

To Check Your Credits...

The easiest way to check your CPE Monitor is to log onto the NABP website by clicking below. You will be asked  for your email and your password, which will then bring you to your dashboard. Click on the CPE Monitor box on the left column and then scroll toward the bottom where you will see the list of CE credits in chronological order, so go back to November 3rd when it's time  to view the CTW credits. If you so choose, you may also print a hard copy from your list. You can choose "Print Transcript of CPE Activity" on this page by using the date selection range.

 

Click here to log in to the CPE Monitor


Thank you to all who participated in the
Friday, November 3, 2017
28th Annual Catch the Wave Conference
and the Greg Gousse Residency Conference
Radisson, Cromwell, CT


Catch the Wave 2017 Presentations (5.25 CE)
• Keynote: "If Not Now, When? Making the Most of Your Life, Your Relationships,
    and Your Work"
    Back by popular demand, noted speaker, humorist, and author -
    Ron Culberson,  MSW, CSP, CPAE 
• “Hot Topics from the National Level”
    Julie Webb, Senior Vice President of Professional Development, ASHP
• “Rapid Diagnostics and the Pharmacist”
    Monica Mahoney, PharmD, BCPS-AQ ID,Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator, Infectious
    Diseases,  Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
• “Something Old, New, Borrowed and Overdue: Promising Heart Failure Therapies
    Featured in Recent Guideline Updates”
    Ralph Riello, III, PharmD, BCPS, Clinical Pharmacist, Cardiology and Coronary Care,
    Yale New Haven Hospital
• “New Agents in Chronic Kidney Disease”
    Rachel Eyler, PharmD, BCPS, Assistant Clinical Professor, UConn School of Pharmacy
    Presented with the support of an unrestricted educational grant from Relypsa.

CE Credit: Conference attendees will be asked to complete an online conference evaluation to become eligible to receive CE credit.
CSHP contracts with CPA to provide ACPE credit for both pharmacists and pharmacy techs. If you've any questions about logging your Catch the Wave credit, please contact Ellen Zoppo at 860/563-4619.

Greg Gousse Residents Conference
A parallel track of programs for residents and residency preceptors.


9:15-10:15 a.m. Clinical Pearl Speakers (1 ACPE total, pharmacist ACPE only)

"Anticoagulation Considerations for Patients on Telavancin or Ornitavancin Therapy"

Oksana Kucher, PharmD; PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident, Yale-New Haven Hospital
  • Objective: Review and evaluate the available literature on anticoagulation management in patients requiring treatment with televancin or ornitavancin
  • Type of learning activity: Knowledge-based
"Management of Orolingual Angioedema Post-Alteplase Treatment in Stroke Patients"

Oumaima Sahbani, PharmD;  Pharmacy Resident, UConn Health Center-John Dempsey Hospital

  • Objective: Describe the treatment and medical management of angioedema post-alteplase
  • Type of learning activity: Application-based
"Using Direct Oral Anticoagulants in the Obese and Extremely Obese Patient"

Natalie Susan Winters, PharmD; PGY2 Ambulatory Care Resident, St. Francis Hospital & Medical Center

  • Objective: Identify an appropriate anticoagulant for a patient who is obese or extremely obese for the treatment and prevention of VTE and the prevention of stroke and systemic embolism in patients with non-valvular AF
  • Type of learning activity: Application-based

"Utilizing the Rumack-Matthew Nomogram to Determine N-acetylcysteine Treatment for Acetaminophen Toxicity"

Anish Subhash Patel, PharmD; PGY1 Resident, Yale-New Haven Hospital

  • Objective: Apply the Rumack-Matthew nomogram to determine appropriate N-acetylcysteine (NAC) therapy in an acetaminophen overdose
  • Type of learning activity: Knowledge-based

"The Do’s and Don’ts of Oral Cephalosporins for Pediatric Patients"

Kailynn DeRonde, PharmD; PGY2 Pediatric Infectious Disease, CT Children's Medical Center

  • The pharmacist will be able to identify if an oral cephalosporin choice and dose is an appropriate option, given a pediatric case
  • Type of learning activity: Knowledge-based


1:45-2:45 p.m. Greg Gousse Preceptor Speakers (1 ACPE for pharmacists and technicians)

"Making the perfect poster – And how to tell people about it"

Tamara Malm, PharmD, MPH, BCPS; Assistant Professor, University of St. Joseph School of Pharmacy + Tera (Stock) Falcetti, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP; Clinical Pharmacy Manager, PGY1 RPD, St. Francis Hospital & Medical

Objectives:

  1. Describe the required sections of an academic poster presentation
  2. Review the necessary elements in creating an eye-catching poster presentation
  3. Construct and demonstrate an elevator speech

Type of Learning Activity: Knowledge-based


2:45-3:45 a.m. Clinical Pearl Speakers (1 ACPE total, pharmacist ACPE only)

"Adjunctive Treatment Options in Severe Alcohol Withdrawal in the ICU"

Muhammad Effendi, PharmD; PGY1 Pharmacy Resident, Yale-New Haven Hospital

  • Objective: Review and evaluate non-benzodiazepine pharmacotherapy options for patients in severe alcohol withdrawal using the available literature available
  • Type of learning activity: Knowledge-based

"Strategies for Acute Pain Management Beyond the Standard of Care in Patients on Extended-Release Naltrexone Injectable Suspension"

Megan Teresa Mitchell, PharmD; PGY1 Pharmacy Resident, UConn Health Center-John Dempsey Hospital

  • Objective: Identify appropriate non-opioid analgesic treatment options beyond the standard of care for the management of severe, acute pain in patients on extended-release naltrexone injectable suspension
  • Type of learning activity: Application-based

"Surgery Following Four-Factor Prothrombin Complex Concentrate Administration"

Jaclyn Kowalski, PharmD;  Pharmacy Resident, St. Francis Hospital & Medical Center

  • Objective: Determine when it is safe to perform surgery after 4F-PCC has been administered
  • Type of learning activity: Application-based

"Medical Management of Urea Cycle Disorders"

Courtney Genovesi, PharmD; PGY-2 Pediatric Pharmacy Resident, Yale-New Haven Hospital

  • Objective: The pharmacist should be able to initiate appropriate treatment for patients presenting with urea cycle disorders and offer therapeutic options when transitioning to oral maintenance therapy
  • Type of learning activity: Application-based

"Methadone Therapy for Detoxification in Medically Ill Hospitalized Patients"

Sylvia Cavero, PharmD; Pharmacy Resident, UConn Health Center-John Dempsey Hospital

  • Objective: Clarify the FDA regulations regarding methadone prescribing and dispensing in acutely ill hospitalized patients not currently on maintenance therapy
  • Type of learning activity: Application-based