Sangamiss CPE Program - 2024-02-13 - Critical Crossroads: Managing Hypercalcemia, Tumor Lysis Syndrome, and Neutropenic Fever

When
Tuesday, February 13th, 2024
5:15 pm - 6:30 pm

Description
Critical Crossroads: Managing Hypercalcemia, Tumor Lysis Syndrome, and Neutropenic Fever

Faculty:

Karan Shah, PharmD
PGY1 Pharmacy Resident
Springfield Memorial Hospital
Springfield, IL

Preceptors:

Andrea Shea, PharmD
Clinical Pharmacist
Springfield Memorial Hospital
Springfield, IL

Lucas Stoller, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Critical Care
Springfield Memorial Hospital
Springfield, IL

Schedule:

5:15 pm - Appetizers/Business Meeting
5:30 pm - CPE Presentation
6:30 pm - Dinner (on your own)

Registration:

Register below. This program is free to ICHP members. You must register online in advance to attend this program. This program is free to ICHP members. However, you must still complete the check-out process to register. The cost for non-members to attend is $20. You may attend once as a non-member for free but thereafter must join ICHP as a member.

Registration deadline is Thursday, February 8, 2024 at noon.

Location:

Finley's Tap House
3236 Ginger Creek Dr
Springfield, IL 62711

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of this knowledge-based continuing pharmacy education activity, pharmacist participants should be able to:

1. Define characteristics and risk factors of Tumor Lysis Syndrome
2. Discuss initiation of appropriate antimicrobial therapy and supportive care in the context of neutropenic fever.
3. Describe how hypercalcemia affects various organ systems and analyze the implications for patient outcomes.
4. Identify early clinical indicators of oncological emergencies, such as Tumor Lysis Syndrome, Neutropenic Fever, and Hypercalcemia of Malignancy.

At the conclusion of this knowledge-based continuing pharmacy education activity, pharmacy technician participants should be able to:

1. Describe the role of pharmacy technicians in supporting emergency responses in oncology.
2. Review the impact of appropriate drug selection and dosage for Tumor Lysis Syndrome
3. Discuss the importance of timely antibiotic delivery in neutropenic fever.
      Accreditation:

      ACPE logoThe 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 contact hour (0.1 CEU) of continuing pharmacy education credit. ACPE Universal Activity Number (UAN) 0121-0000-24-013-L01-P & 0121-0000-24-013-L01-T. Type of Activity: Knowledge-based  

      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 NABP.pharmacy.

      Target Audience: 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. 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.  For PTCB recertification, CPhTs may use up to 5 hours of P-specific credit hours and CPhT-Adv up to 10 hours of P-specific credit hours.

      CPE Monitor: When registering for this program, you will be asked to provide your NABP e-Provile ID # and Birthday. 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.

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