St. Louis College of Pharmacy's Office of Alumni Relations invites you to attend
Meeting of the Minds: Pharmacy's Impact on Medication-Related Quality
Please join us on October 2, 2018 at Vue 17 in Brentwood, Missouri, for our Meeting of the Minds program on pharmacy's role in medication quality. Attendees may earn up to 1.5 contact hours of CPE credit for participating in this program.
- 6:00 - 7:00 PM Reception with Refreshments
- 7:00 - 8:30 PM Panel Discussion
This highly engaging CE program will be a moderator-led panel discussion about pharmacy’s impact on medication-related quality of care. Dr. Terry Seaon, professor of pharmacy practice in the division of specialty care pharmacy will serve as moderator. Panelists will include:
- Dr. Christian Tadrus, B.S. '96, Pharm.D. '97, owner of independent community-based pharmacists in Missouri and president of the Missouri Board of Pharmacy.
- Dr. George Oestreich, consultant at G.L.O. & Associates
- Mary Laubinger, RN, executive director for quality, safety, and value at Mercy-East Communities
- Dr. Amie Brooks, B.S. '99, Pharm.D. '00, professor and interim director, division of ambulatory care.
Note: This session is open to all pharmacists, regardless of whether you attended the College. Come one, come all!
We're going green! Handouts will be made available electronically on this website. To access, first please ensure you are logged in and registered for the event. Then, click the + symbol beside the module to expand. A clickable link will be available to download as an electronic document, typically 12-24 hours in advance. Typical document formats include .doc, .docx, and .pdf.
For questions regarding this program, please contact Stephanie Mauzy, Director of Alumni Relations at Stephanie.Mauzy@stlcop.edu.
Refunds are not available for this activity.
Date: Oct 2, 2018 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Registration closes on Oct 02, 2018 05:00 PM
Requirements for CE Credit
Instructions: To receive CE credit, all users must complete an online evaluation located on this page. Evaluations will be available for 30 days and will require a password to access. The password will be stated at the end of the session. To access the evaluations, users must be registered for this event and logged in to the website. Upon completion of the evaluation, a report will be automatically generated and sent to CPE Monitor using the NABP ePID and date of birth stored in the user's profile. Typically credit is reflected online in a participant's NABP e-profile within 48 hours of submission to CPE Monitor. No paper nor digital certificates of credit are provided.
Terms and Conditions: Participants are responsible for checking for receipt of credit in NABP and for ensuring accuracy of NABP ePID's and dates of birth within their profiles. It is strongly recommended that participants check their profile for any inaccuacies and update them if necessary PRIOR TO completing the evaluation. Consistent with ACPE's policy, St. Louis College of Pharmacy is unable to award any CE credit - for any reason - if more than 60 days have passed from the date of the event. All evaluations will be cross-checked against the sign-in sheets from the event. Evaluations will permanently close 11/2/2018.
If you wish to learn more about CPE Monitor, please click here or visit ACPE's website at www.acpe-accredit.org.
To register for this program, please click on the + beside the module below to expand the module. Click the green button to register. You will need to log in to complete registration.
If you are not sure if you have an account, try using the password recovery tool (click "forgot password"). If you are already in the system, you will receive an email to reset your password. If you are not in the system, you will receive an error message that states your email address is invalid. In this case, please create an account. You will need your NABP ePID and date of birth to proceed - this information is critical to your claiming of CE credit later.
Registration will close on October 2, 2018 at 10:00 AM (CST).
Intended for pharmacy alumni of St. Louis College of Pharmacy, this program will be a moderator-led panel discussion about pharmacy’s impact on medication-related quality of care. Panelists will represent a range of practice settings and stakeholders.
- Identify ways to measure pharmacists' impact on medication-related quality.
- Describe the benefits and limits of pharmacists' role on health care teams.
Terry Seaton, Pharm.D., BCPS, FCCP
Brief Bio : Dr. Seaton is Professor of Pharmacy Practice at St. Louis College of Pharmacy where he teaches evidence-based medicine, advocacy, and informatics. His research focus is in the area of dissemination and implementation science and he provides clinical pharmacy services in population health to the Mercy Accountable Care Organization (ACO). Dr. Seaton earned a BS in Pharmacy degree at the University of Colorado and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Washington in Seattle. He subsequently completed a General Hospital Residency and a specialty residency in family medicine also at the University of Washington. For 14 years, Dr. Seaton provided direct patient care, taught, and conducted primary care-related research at Mercy Family Medicine, a community-based family medicine residency training program. In 2007, he testified before the House and Senate committees in the Missouri legislature in support of the bill that resulted in the new medication therapy services rules. In 2001, he was a United States Public Health Service Primary Care Policy Fellow and has served on the Board of the Society of Primary Care Policy Fellows. Dr. Seaton is Past President and Fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP). He previously served as a member of the inaugural Specialty Council on Ambulatory Care Pharmacy for the Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS).
Time: 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM