Direct Acting Antivirals: An Update on the Rapidly Evolving Treatment of Hepatitis CFaculty
Sarah Wagner, PharmD
Pharmacy Practice Resident
Memorial Medical Center
5:00 pm - Registration
6:00 pm - Program
7:00 pm - Dinner (on your own)Registration
Please register below. Registration deadline is Thursday, December 7th.
There is no fee for ICHP members to attend this activity. Non-members will be charged $20 at the time of registration. Participants will be required to sign in at the start of the program.Location
Fire and Ale
135 Illini Blvd
Sherman, IL 62684Please register for this event so that the appropriate number of wait staff will be present.
At the conclusion of this knowledge-based continuing pharmacy education activity, pharmacist participants should be able to:
1. Classify hepatitis C medications within a drug regimen by mechanism of action based on generic drug name.
2. Explain a hepatitis C regimen based on patient genotype and presence or absence of cirrhosis.
3. Identify common and/or significant drug-drug interactions with hepatitis C medications.
At the conclusion of this knowledge-based continuing pharmacy education activity, pharmacy technician participants should be able to:
1. Recognize hepatitis C routes of transmission and availability of vaccination.
2. Identify common medications used in the treatment of hepatitis C.
3. List common adverse effects associated with direct acting antivirals.Accreditation
ACPE # 0121-0000-17-122-L01-P & 0121-0000-17-122-L01-T
1.0 Contact Hour (0.1 CEU) Type of Activity: Knowledge-based
The Illinois Council of Health System Pharmacists is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. This activity provides 1 hour (0.1 CEU) of continuing pharmacy education credit (ACPE Universal Activity Number 0121-0000-17-122-L01-P & 0121-0000-17-122-L01-T).
Attendees must complete a program evaluation and CPE submission online at www.CESally.com
. After successful CPE submission to CPE Monitor, attendees may print their statements of continuing pharmacy education credit at www.NABP.net
: This knowledge-based activity was developed for Health-System Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians.
PTCB requires CPhTs to submit 20 hours of pharmacy technician-specific (‘T-specific’) continuing pharmacy education (CPE) to qualify for recertification. Pharmacy technicians will no long be able to use Pharmacist only or P-specific CPE. In addition, PTCB reduced the number of allowable CPE hours earned through in-service training from 10 to 5. Please advise all pharmacy technicians at your site of this change. As an ACPE accredited provider, ICHP will continue to include Technician specific programming in most if not all of our CPE programming.
When registering for this program, you will be required to provide your NABP eProfile ID# and Birthday (MMDD) when registering for this meeting. This information will be required by any participants seeking CPE credit. Visit www.ichpnet.org/cpemonitor/ for information about CPE Monitor and how to obtain your NABP ID.