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Event Date: 01/19/2018
Event Time: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Registration: 10/25/2017 - 12/01/2017
CPE Activity Type: Application-Based 
Learning Objectives:

NOTE: This activity spans two dates: January 19 and January 20 and includes a home study component. The home study portion involves both pre-seminar and post-seminar submissions and is expected to take approximately 6.5 hours total. In order to be eligible to apply for MTS certification, participants must successfully complete BOTH the live and home study portions in full. 

LIVE  |  10.5 contact hours (1.05 CEU)  |  0033-0000-17-054-L03-P

At the completion of the live portion as part of this activity, the participant will be able to:
1. Comply with all Missouri rules and regulations for providing Medication Therapy Services according to a written protocol between a pharmacist and physician.
2. Perform patient-specific and evidence-based assessments of a patient??s medical problems and pharmacotherapy.
3. Formulate medication-related interventions to achieve patient-specific therapeutic goals and minimize adverse drug events.
4. Develop a medication- and disease-specific monitoring plan to achieve therapeutic goals.
5. Implement an effective patient-specific education and counseling plan to optimize drug therapy outcomes.
6. Perform medication reconciliation between transitions of care and assess the appropriateness of active medications.
7. Document activities performed during patient encounters, including assessments, interventions, patient education, and clinical outcomes.

HOME STUDY  |  6.5 contact hours (0.65 CEU)  |  0033-0000-17-055-H03-P

At the completion of the home study portion as part of this activity, the participant will be able to (6.5 hours):
1. Use sound principles of evidence-based medicine as the foundation for providing medication therapy services.
2. Find relevant and reputable clinical practice guidelines on the Internet.
3. Evaluate the validity and quality of published clinical practice guidelines.
4. Use recommendations from clinical practice guidelines to develop medication therapy services.
4. Write a protocol for medication therapy services that meets all of the criteria identified by the Missouri Board of Pharmacy. 

 
Target Audience:

This CPE program is intended for pharmacists interested in developing Medication Therapy Services protocols in collaboration with physicians. Pharmacists who successfully complete both live and home study modules will be eligible to apply for MTS with the Missouri Board of Pharmacy. 

This program is NOT intended for pharmacy technicians nor students. 

 
Faculty: Terry Seaton, Pharm.D.
Amie Brooks, Pharm.D.
Erica Crannage, Pharm.D.
Andrew Crannage, Pharm.D.
Amy Drew, Pharm.D.
Location: St. Louis College of Pharmacy
CEUs: 1.700
Contact Hours: 17.00
ACPE Code: 0033-0000-17-054-B03-P
Cost $340.00
Financial Support:

No external funding was secured to support this CPE program. 

Pharmacists interested in receiving reimbursement for attendance to this program may be eligible to apply for a scholarship through the Pharmacist Service Expansion (PSE) Project. Learn More »

Notes:

REQUIREMENTS FOR MTS CERTIFICATE:
This program fulfills requirements set by the Missouri Board of Pharmacy for pharmacists to apply for the MTS designation on Missouri pharmacy  licenses. For additional information regarding MTS, please visit the Missouri Board of Pharmacy web site.

In order to apply for MTS, all requirements for this CPE activity must be completed in full as outlined below.

Participants who are not interested in applying for MTS may still complete the live portion of this program for CPE credit. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR CPE CREDIT:
To obtain live CPE credit, participats must attend BOTH the Jan 19 and Jan 20 dates. To obtain home study CPE credit, participants must complete BOTH the pre-seminar AND post-seminar work. 

Participants must also complete an electronic evaluation in order to receive credit. The instructions for completion will be sent via email following the close of the live seminar on January 20th. Participants will be instructed to enter their NABP e-profile ID and date of birth in MMDD format then.

All CPE credit is awarded electronically solely through the use of CPE Monitor™. St. Louis College of Pharmacy will submit all credit on your behalf within 30 days of completion of ALL required materials. For questions regarding your CPE credit, please contact our office. Unfortunately, we are unable to award CPE credit for any reason if more than 60 days have passed from January 19, 2018.

HOME STUDY MATERIALS
Pre-seminar home study materials will be sent via email to all paid participants beginning December 14, 2017. These home study materials will be due January 15, 2018 by 3:00 PM (CST). All home study materials must be submitted electronically.

Post-seminar home study materials will be sent via email at the end of the second day of the live seminar. Post-seminar home study materials must be completed and submitted electronically by the date outlined in the post-email.  

PAYMENT POLICY
Payment must be received by November 30, 2017. Participants may pay via credit card through the secure portal provided on this site or they may send a check to the address below. Registration is not considered complete until payment has been received. Participants who would like an invoice should contact our office as they are not automatically generated.

Partial or pro-rated costs are not available for this event.

REFUND POLICY
If you are no longer able to attend for any reason, please send an email to our contact (see below) by the following deadlines to be eligible for a refund.

  • December 13, 2017 or earlier – 100% refund, less $20 administrative charge ($320 refunded)
  • December 14, 2017 to January 14, 2018 – 75% refund ($255 refunded)
  • January 15, 2018 or later – no refund

CONTACT INFORMATION
For questions and information related to this program, please contact Erin Morris at Erin.Morris@stlcop.edu. Please allow up to 48 hours for a response. Note that our office is closed in the evenings, on weekends, and during the holiday season.