2010 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars
Expanding Our Horizons June 10-14, Seattle, Wash.
Expanding Our Horizons 2010 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars July 10�14 | Seattle Celebrate! American Pharmacy Educator Week Coming to Your College or School of Pharmacy OCtOber 24�30, 2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS Upcoming Meetings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Presidential Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 AACP Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 House of Delegates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 CE Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 CE Disclosure Statements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Seminars Eligible for CPE Credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 AACP Walmart Scholars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Pre-Session Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Featured Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Roundtable Topics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 School Posters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Research/Education Posters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Exhibitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Exhibitor Floor Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Hotel Floor Plans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82 Expanding Our Horizons � July 10�14 � Seattle 1 UPCOMING MEETINGS AnnuAl 2011 July 9�13 Grand Hyatt San Antonio San Antonio, Texas 2012 July 14�18 Gaylord Palms Resort Kissimmee, Florida (Orlando area) Bridges to Our Bright Future 2011 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars July 9�13 San Antonio, Texas interim 2011 February 26�March 2 Hyatt Regency Savannah Savannah, Georgia Enhancing Diabetes Care through an Interprofessional Approach to Performance Improvement Register Today! Enhancing Diabetes Care Regional Meetings Modeled after the interprofessional team-based performance improvement processes used by the HRSA Collaborative, these regional meetings offer an opportunity to learn a successful proven approach to team performance improvement in the delivery of care to diabetic patients with a focus on underserved populations. Continuing education credit is available for attendees. Registration is $25. Remaining regional meeting dates and locations are: � July 29, 2010: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. � August 25, 2010: The University of Mississippi, Jackson, Miss. www.aacp.org/meetingsandevents/othermeetings/diabetes/Pages/default.aspx Funding provided by an unrestricted educational grant from: 2 2010 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars PRESIDENTIAL WELCOME Dear Colleagues, For more than 110 years, AACP has been creating and developing outstanding programs, products and services to promote pharmacy education and enhance teaching and leadership skills for pharmacy faculty. It is now time to reflect on the progress we have made and begin Expanding Our Horizons in pharmacy education so together we can determine our future. AACP is proud to present the 2010 Annual Meeting and Seminars in Seattle, Wash. Over the next five days, we have scheduled rich educational sessions that will challenge the most seasoned academician and accelerate the development of new faculty. There are more than 100 opportunities for professional development in areas including: Assessment, Department Chair Leadership, Experiential Education, Faculty Development, Leadership and Management, Research and Science, and Student Affairs. I enthusiastically welcome our plenary speakers, Tom Vander Ark, MBA, managing partner of Revolution Learning; Christopher Murray, M.D., D.Phil., director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation; and Andy S. Stergachis, Ph.D., R.Ph., professor of epidemiology and global health at the University of Washington Schools of Pharmacy and Public Health. Vander Ark will kick off our meeting at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, July 11 during the Opening General Session. Drs. Stergachis and Murray will examine the global influence of health policy and future priorities for research and health-system funding on Monday, July 12 at 10:45 a.m. during the 2010 Science Plenary. Don't miss the annual Examining Excellence Plenary on Tuesday, July 13 at 10:00 a.m. where we will honor the recipients of the Dawson, Chalmers and Volwiler awards. Also on Tuesday at 7:00 p.m., we will present the 2010 Rufus A. Lyman Award. This award is presented annually to the author(s) of the best paper that appears in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. You will notice a stronger attendance by students, residents and fellows this year. Sixty-five recipients of the AACP Walmart Scholars Program, now in its sixth year, are attending the AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars. Please welcome these future faculty members and share your joy of teaching and discovering new knowledge. Please remember that AACP staff is readily available to assist you with your meeting or membership needs. If you have any questions, stop by the Registration and Information Desk and staff will be more than happy to assist you. We hope you enjoy this rewarding experience. Now, let's begin Expanding Our Horizons! Sincerely, Jeffrey N. Baldwin, Pharm.D. President Expanding Our Horizons � July 10�14 � Seattle 3 AACP LEADERSHIP Board of Directors Officers Jeffrey N. Baldwin John A. Bosso Council of Faculties Chair-elect South Carolina College of Pharmacy� MUSC Campus Council of Faculties Administrative Board Gary R. Matzke Chair Virginia Commonwealth University Julianna E. Szilagyi Council of Faculties Immediate Past Chair University of Houston President University of Nebraska Medical Center Rodney A. Carter John A. Bosso Chair-elect South Carolina College of Pharmacy� MUSC Campus Michelle M. Kalis Council of Sections Chair Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences�Boston President-elect University of Minnesota Victor A. Yanchick Julianna E. Szilagyi Immediate Past Chair University of Houston Patricia A. Marken Council of Sections Chair-elect University of Missouri�Kansas City Immediate Past President Virginia Commonwealth University John A. Pieper Dana P. Hammer Secretary University of Washington Sudip K. Das Council of Sections Immediate Past Chair Butler University Speaker of the House The University of New Mexico Keith N. Herist Council of Sections Administrative Board Michelle M. Kalis Chair Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences�Boston John A. Pieper Treasurer The University of Georgia Lucinda L. Maine Speaker of the House The University of New Mexico Keith N. Herist Treasurer The University of Georgia Patricia A. Marken Chair-elect University of Missouri�Kansas City Executive Vice President & CEO American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Lucinda L. Maine Executive Vice President & CEO American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Sudip K. Das Immediate Past Chair Butler University Members of the Board Jeffrey N. Baldwin President University of Nebraska Medical Center Council of Deans Administrative Board Patricia D. Kroboth Chair University of Pittsburgh Cynthia P. Koh-Knox Secretary Purdue University Rodney A. Carter President-elect University of Minnesota Academic Section Officers Biological Sciences Alice Gardner Chair Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences�Worcester J. Christopher Bradberry Chair-elect Creighton University Victor A. Yanchick Immediate Past President Virginia Commonwealth University Barbara E. Hayes Immediate Past Chair Texas Southern University Patricia D. Kroboth Council of Deans Chair University of Pittsburgh Stephen A. O'Barr Daniel C. Robinson Secretary Western University of Health Sciences Chair-elect Western University of Health Sciences J. Christopher Bradberry Council of Deans Chair-elect Creighton University Michelle M. Kalis David S. Forbes Administrative Board Representative The University of Montana Immediate Past Chair Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences�Boston Barbara E. Hayes Council of Deans Immediate Past Chair Texas Southern University Bruce Waldrop Secretary Samford University Gary R. Matzke Council of Faculties Chair Virginia Commonwealth University 4 2010 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars AACP LEADERSHIP Chemistry A. Michael Crider Chair Southern Illinois University Edwardsville K.T.L. Vaughan Chair-elect University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Alicia S. Bouldin Secretary The University of Mississippi Vernon K. Duba Immediate Past Chair The University of Iowa Kathy D. Webster Chair-elect University of Maryland Eastern Shore Special Interest Group (SIG) Officers Administrative and Financial Officers Charlotte S. Klaus Chair University of Colorado Denver Amy C. Knehans Secretary University of Hawaii at Hilo John M. Beale Jr. Immediate Past Chair St. Louis College of Pharmacy Pharmaceutics Bill J. Bowman Chair Midwestern University/Glendale Carolyn J. Friel Secretary Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences�Worcester Eric J. Johnson Chair-elect The University of Oklahoma Continuing Professional Education Karan N. Dawson Chair University of Washington Thomas J. Cook Chair-elect Touro College of Pharmacy�New York Robert M. Duca Immediate Past Chair University of California, San Francisco Nita K. Pandit Immediate Past Chair Drake University Candise A. Morris Secretary University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Carriann E. Richey Chair-elect Butler University Melanie A. Jordan Secretary Midwestern University/Glendale Assessment Melissa S. Medina Chair The University of Oklahoma Michael L. Simeone Immediate Past Chair University of Rhode Island Pharmacy Practice Timothy E. Welty Chair The University of Kansas Cindy D. Stowe Chair-elect University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Kristin L. Wilson Secretary The University of Texas at Austin Timothy J. Ives Chair-elect University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Curriculum Lauren S. Schlesselman Chair University of Connecticut Experiential Education Denise A. Soltis Chair Drake University Patricia A. Marken Immediate Past Chair University of Missouri�Kansas City Naser Z. Alsharif Chair-elect Creighton University Rhonda M. Jones Chair-elect Creighton University Jennifer M. Trujillo Secretary University of Colorado Denver Eric H. Hobson Immediate Past Chair Belmont University Philip M. Hritcko Immediate Past Chair University of Connecticut Social and Administrative Sciences Betsy L. Sleath Chair University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Development Directors Robert C. Busch Chair University of Minnesota Kristen L. Goliak Secretary University of Illinois at Chicago Libraries/Educational Resources Susan McGuinness Chair University of California, San Diego Shane P. Desselle Chair-elect The University of Oklahoma Kelly A. Markey Immediate Past Chair University of Florida Karen B. Farris Immediate Past Chair The University of Iowa Susan K. Brown Secretary The University of Texas at Austin Expanding Our Horizons � July 10�14 � Seattle 5 AACP LEADERSHIP Geriatric Pharmacy Annie Y. Lam Chair University of Washington William T. Beck Chair-elect University of Illinois at Chicago Substance Abuse Education and Assistance Julie C. Kissack Chair Harding University Pharmacy Ethics Kem P. Krueger Chair University of Wyoming Michael R. Brodeur Chair-elect Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Technology in Pharmacy Education and Learning Michael S. Monaghan Chair Creighton University Christopher T. Owens Chair-elect Idaho State University Nicole J. Brandt Immediate Past Chair University of Maryland Global Pharmacy Education Michael Z. Wincor Chair University of Southern California Pamela C. Heaton Immediate Past Chair University of Cincinnati Jeff J. Cain Chair-Elect University of Kentucky Public Health Carrie M. Maffeo Chair Butler University Brent Fox Immediate Past Chair Auburn University Hazel H. Seaba Chair-elect The University of Iowa Tracy Chapman Secretary Creighton University John M. Conry Chair-elect St. John's University Rosalie Sagraves Immediate Past Chair University of Illinois at Chicago Women Faculty Susan M. Meyer Chair University of Pittsburgh Jack E. Fincham Immediate Past Chair University of Missouri�Kansas City Ellen M. Schellhase Secretary Purdue University James D. Nash Secretary Sullivan University Carolyn Ford Chair-elect Wingate University History of Pharmacy Robert A. Buerki Chair The Ohio State University Self-Care Therapeutics/ Nonprescription Medicine Linda G. MacLean Chair Washington State University Lynda H. Oderda Immediate Past Chair The University of Utah Gregory J. Higby Chair-elect University of Wisconsin�Madison AACP Staff Lucinda L. Maine Executive Vice President & CEO Laboratory Instructors Karen Kopacek Chair University of Wisconsin�Madison Jenny A. Van Amburgh Immediate Past Chair Northeastern University Jennifer L. Athay Director of Student Affairs Kelly Scolaro Secretary University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Pam L. Barrett Accountant Jeffrey C. Reist Chair-elect The University of Iowa Lauren S. Schlesselman Immediate Past Chair University of Connecticut Student Services Personnel Bernadette K. Brown Chair Butler University Victoria L. Breeding Governance Programs Administrative Assistant Daniel J. Cassidy Chief Operating Officer Melissa M. Dinkins Secretary University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill James Robertson Jr. Chair-elect Texas A&M Health Science Center Melinda D. Col�n Assistant Director of Governance Programs and Meetings Pharmacogenomics Daniel A. Brazeau Chair University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Donald A. Godwin Immediate Past Chair The University of New Mexico Diane L. Drakeley Program Coordinator 6 2010 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars AACP LEADERSHIP Sandra (Angie) A. Edwards Member Services Associate Bradford E. Miller Program Manager Danielle A. Taylor Research Manager Tricia Ekenstam Graphic Designer and Print Production Manager Rebecca M. Morgan Director of Communications Maureen O. Thielemans Communications Manager Jennifer M. Patton Barbra A. Gustis Director of Meetings and Exhibits Director of Institutional Research and Data Systems Richelle D. Wilkins Meetings Assistant S. Whitney Zatzkin Robert (Buzz) Kerr Vice President of Academic Affairs Cecilia M. Plaza Director of Academic Affairs and Assessment Manager of Policy and Advocacy William G. Lang Vice President of Policy and Advocacy Sibu Ramamurthy Director of Financial Services Allan L. Lee Director of Technology Invited Organizations Abbott Laboratories Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education American Association of Colleges of Nursing American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine American Association of Colleges of Podiatric Medicine American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists American College of Apothecaries American College of Clinical Pharmacy American Dental Education Association American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education American Pharmacists Association American Society of Consultant Pharmacists American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Amgen Inc . Association of Academic Health Centers Association of American Medical Colleges Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry Association of Schools of Allied Health Professionals Association of Schools of Public Health AstraZeneca PLC Boehringer Ingelheim Bristol-Myers Squibb Co . Consumer Healthcare Products Association Eli Lilly & Co . Food Marketing Institute GlaxoSmithKline PLC Healthcare Distribution Management Association Mallinckrodt Inc . Merck & Co, Inc . National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations National Association of Boards of Pharmacy National Association of Chain Drug Stores National Community Pharmacists Association National Council on Patient Information and Education National Institutes of Health National Pharmaceutical Council Novartis AG Novo Nordisk Inc . Ortho-McNeil Pfizer Inc . Procter & Gamble Co . Research!America Rite Aid Corporation Sanofi-Aventis Pharmaceuticals Schering Laboratories TRICARE Management Activity U .S . Air Force U .S . Food and Drug Administration Center for Drug Evaluation and Research U .S . Navy U .S . Pharmacopeia U .S . Public Health Service Commissioned Corps Wal-Mart Stores Inc . Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Expanding Our Horizons � July 10�14 � Seattle 7 GENERAL INFORMATION Meeting Space Annual Meeting programs and events will be held at the Sheraton Seattle and Grand Hyatt Seattle Hotels; however, exhibitor and research/education poster sessions will be held on the 6th floor of the Washington State Convention Center, located directly across from the North side of the Sheraton Seattle Hotel. Please be sure to identify the hotel room when pre-selecting your session attendance. Log-in instructions can be found on page 12. Access codes will be displayed at the conclusion of each session. Attendees will need each program access code in order to receive continuing education credits. Attendees will have 45 days from the last day of the conference to submit documentation for credit, but will have one year to print any statement of credits for their records. Questions regarding CPE credits can be directed to Danielle Fife in the Office of Continuing Education at the VCU School of Pharmacy at 804-828-3003 or by e-mail at email@example.com. VCU School of Pharmacy Office of Continuing Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Name Badges and Tickets Please wear your name badge throughout the AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars. It is your ticket for entry into all sessions and functions. You will not be permitted to participate in any of the events without it. Should you lose your badge or ticket during the Annual Meeting, please stop by the Registration and Information Desk located in the Spruce Room, Second Floor of the Sheraton Seattle Hotel and AACP staff will issue you a new one. Poster Sessions and Abstracts The School Poster Session will be held during the Welcome Reception from 6:00 p.m.�7:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 10 in the Sheraton Seattle Hotel in the Grand Ballroom, Second Floor. Pages 47�50 contain a list of all posters to be presented including the title, primary author, time and number. Full abstracts can be printed from the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Web site at www.ajpe.org. The Research/Education Poster Sessions will be presented during three sessions in Ballrooms 6E and 6F on the 6th level of the Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Place, located across the street from the Sheraton Seattle Hotel. � � � Poster Session I: Sunday, July 11, 4:30 p.m.�6:30 p.m. Poster Session II: Monday, July 12, 9:00 a.m.�10:30 a.m. Poster Session III: Monday, July 12, Noon�1:30 p.m. Messages Messages may be posted for meeting registrants on the AACP bulletin board in the registration area. Please note: position openings will be removed from the bulletin board. Please contact Maureen O. Thielemans, AACP communications manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions on placing an advertisement in the AACP Online Career Center. Child Care Services and Attendance For health and safety considerations, children under the age of 16 are not permitted to attend any functions, including the Closing Banquet, exhibit hall or educational programs. However, children of award winners may attend the presentation of the award to their parent; this must be prearranged with AACP staff. AACP does not provide child care services during the Annual Meeting. Attendees requiring assistance with child care should contact their hotel concierge. Authors will be available from 4:30 p.m.�5:30 p.m. during Poster Session I, 9:30 a.m.�10:30 a.m. during Poster Session II and Noon�1:00 p.m. during Poster Session III. Pages 51�77 contain a list of all posters to be presented, including the title, primary author, time and number. Full abstracts can be printed from the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Web site at www. ajpe.org. Continuing Pharmaceutical Education Credits AACP, in conjunction with the Office of Continuing Education at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), will offer select sessions that qualify for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education (CPE) credit at the 2010 Annual Meeting. At no additional cost, all qualified meeting registrants can elect to participate in this program. Attendees will have the opportunity to receive credits for each session offered or sign up for individual course offerings. Participating sessions are marked with an ACPE program number and the number of contact hours (CEUs) throughout the program schedule, beginning on page 25. A list of all CPE-certified programs is also located on pages 14�18. Attendees can submit their evaluation and print individual statement of credits by accessing our Learning Management System (LMS) at http://aacp.pharmacy.vcu.edu/. Spouse Hospitality Room The Chelan Room, First Floor at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel will be open Sunday through Tuesday from 8:00 a.m.�Noon for spouses and guests to gather for various activities, such as planning trips, playing cards, quilting and reading. Registration and Information Desk Hours The Registration and Information Desk is located in the Spruce Room, Second Floor. Hours are subject to change. Friday, July 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 p .m .�7:00 p .m . Saturday, July 10 . . . . . . . . . 7:00 a .m .�6:30 p .m . Sunday, July 11 . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 a .m .�6:00 p .m . Monday, July 12 . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 a .m .�4:00 p .m . Tuesday, July 13 . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 a .m .�3:00 p .m . Wednesday, July 14 . . . . . . . 7:00 a .m .�9:00 a .m . 8 2010 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars GENERAL INFORMATION Press Information All media inquiries from newspapers, trade press, radio, social media and television are to be directed to Rebecca M. Morgan, director of communications, at 202-280-8068. in the Diamond Room, First Floor/Lobby Level at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel. AACP would like to thank Liaison International for donations made to support the cyber caf� and the University of Florida for staffing it. Continental Breakfast Continental breakfast will only be available for registered and pre-session attendees during all five days of the Annual Meeting. Breakfast will be available in the Second and Third Floor Foyers of the Sheraton Seattle Hotel, unless otherwise noted. Attendees must wear their name badges in order to attend the continental breakfasts. Saturday, July 10 . . . . . . 7:00 a .m .�8:30 a .m . (for Teachers Seminar attendees only, Second Floor Foyer only) Saturday, July 10�Tuesday, July 13 8:00 a .m .�5:00 p .m . Wednesday, July 14 8:00 a .m .�Noon Saturday, July 10 . . . . . . 7:30 a .m .�8:30 a .m . (for Leadership Pre-Session attendees only, Grand Hyatt Seattle: First Floor Foyer) Sunday, July 11 . . . . . . . . Monday, July 12 . . . . . . . Tuesday, July 13 . . . . . . . Wednesday, July 14 . . . . 6:30 a .m .�8:00 a .m . 6:30 a .m .�8:00 a .m . 6:30 a .m .�8:00 a .m . 7:00 a .m .�8:30 a .m . DON'T FORGET! Name badges are your ticket to all Annual Meeting events. HELL my nam e is O Cyber Caf� A cyber caf� for checking e-mails and printing session handouts will be provided Saturday, July 10 through Wednesday, July 14 The Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT�) is an admission exam used by the majority of colleges and schools of pharmacy. Since 1974, the PCAT has helped pharmacy schools identify qualified candidates for admission. PCAT is pleased to announce that a new computer-based version of the PCAT will be piloted on the same test date as the October 2010 paper-based administration. By July 2011, the PCAT will be 100% computer-based and will be administered at Pearson VUE testing centers. Please stop by booth #115 for more information on the computer-based test and the Official PCAT Practice Test. The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy endorses the PCAT as the official preferred admission test for entrance to pharmacy college. 800.627.7271 | PsychCorp.com Copyright � 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. or its affiliate(s). All rights reserved. Pearson and PsychCorp are trademarks and PCAT, and the Design for Psi are registered trademarks, in the U.S. and/or other countries, of Pearson Education, Inc. or its affiliate(s). 4634 06/10 4634-10_PCAT AACP_AD_SR_f.indd 1 6/14/10 1:06 PM Expanding Our Horizons � July 10�14 � Seattle 9 HOUSE OF DELEGATES House of Delegates Information and Schedule Delegate Sign-In Delegates for the 2010 AACP House of Delegates (HOD) must sign in with the AACP Credentials Committee at the Grand Ballroom Foyer, Second Floor prior to each session. The Credentials Committee is available to sign in delegates from 7:00 a.m. � 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, July 11 for the first session of the HOD, and from 7:30 a.m. � 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 14 for the final session. The First House of Delegates will begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, July 11, and the Final House of Delegates will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 14. The designated individuals establishing a record of attendance with the Credentials Committee at the first session of the HOD carry the delegated vote for the entire meeting of the HOD unless the Credentials Committee approves a change as provided in the HOD Rules of Procedures. In the absence of a delegate or alternate delegate, the seat shall be declared vacant. A briefing for all delegates will be held on Saturday, July 10 at 4:30 p.m. in the Metropolitan A Room, Third Floor. AACP Speaker of the House and Parliamentarian AACP's Speaker of the House and Parliamentarian will be available for consultation in the registration area on Sunday, July 11 from 11:30 a.m.�Noon, Tuesday, July 13 from 8:00 a.m.�8:30 a.m. and by appointment. 2010 House of Delegates Schedule Saturday, July 10 4:30 p .m .�5:30 p .m . Delegate Briefing Metropolitan A, Third Floor Sunday, July 11 7:00 a .m .�8:00 a .m . First House of Delegates Sign-In Grand Ballroom Foyer, Second Floor 10:00 a .m .�11:30 a .m . Resolutions Process Any individual member of AACP may submit resolutions for consideration. Five signatures of AACP members, in addition to the originator's signature, must appear on the resolution, which should be prepared in typewritten form for consideration by the AACP Bylaws and Policy Development Committee. Any member seeking to establish a position or policy on behalf of the Council of Deans or the Council of Faculties should submit resolutions through that particular body. Council, Academic Section and Special Interest Group members may submit resolutions using either of the above methods (i.e., through the relevant association unit or as individual members). The AACP Bylaws and Policy Development Committee must receive all resolutions for review prior to 6:00 p.m. on Monday, July 12. Resolutions should be submitted to the AACP staff office and directed to the attention of Cynthia J. Boyle (University of Maryland), chair of the Bylaws and Policy Development Committee. The AACP staff office is located in the Juniper/Medrona Room, Second Floor. The Open Hearing of the Bylaws and Policy Development Committee will be held from Noon�1:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 13 in Grand Ballrooms A & B, Second Floor, at which time the proposed resolutions from committees and members will be discussed by all interested meeting attendees. This year's Annual Meeting will again feature the opportunity for attendees to interact with the standing committees on Academic Affairs, Argus Commission, Advocacy, Professional Affairs, Research and Graduate Affairs and the Special Committee on Substance Abuse and Pharmacy Education, to discuss their reports' proposed policy statements and recommendations. This special session will be held in the Willow A Room, Second Floor on Monday, July 12 from 8:00 a.m.�9:30 a.m. First House of Delegates Session Grand Ballroom, Second Floor Monday, July 12 8:00 a .m .�9:30 a .m . Reports of the 2009�2010 Standing Committees Willow A, Second Floor 6:00 p .m . Deadline for Resolutions AACP Staff Office Juniper/Medrona, Second Floor Tuesday, July 13 Noon�1:30 p .m . Open Hearing Bylaws & Policy Development Committee Grand Ballrooms A & B, Second Floor Wednesday, July 14 7:30 a .m .�8:30 a .m . Final House of Delegates Sign-In Grand Ballroom Foyer, Second Floor 8:30 a .m .�10:00 a .m . Final House of Delegates Session Grand Ballrooms A & B, Second Floor 10 2010 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars SPONSORS Platinum Sponsors Gold Sponsors Silver Sponsors Pharmacy Bronze Sponsors Award Sponsors Platinum AACP Walmart Scholars Program Volwiler Research Achievement Award Pharmacy Gold Paul R . Dawson Biotechnology Award Expanding Our Horizons � July 10�14 � Seattle 11 CE INSTRUCTIONS CE INSTRUCTIONS Virginia Commonwealth University Office of Continuing Education is proud to provide the Learning Management System (LMS) for your use at the 2010 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars, Expanding Our Horizons . This LMS will allow you to complete your evaluations, print your statements of credit and maintain a transcript of the continuing education you completed during the conference . If you have questions regarding your CE from the conference, please contact the VCU School of Pharmacy at 804-828-3003 . Log-In Directions: 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . Go to this Web site: http://aacp .pharmacy .vcu .edu/ . Locate the "Sign In" icon on the left side of the page . If you are a registered user, please log in with your username/password . If you are a new user, please "Create Account" and complete the profile . Obtaining Your Statement of Credit: 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . 7 . 8 . 9 . Go to the Web site http://aacp .pharmacy .vcu .edu/ and log in . Choose the date tab that corresponds to your CE course . Click the register box next to the course you completed . Verify Account Information, Click Next . Select Registration Type--"Pharmacist," Click Next . Select Return to Activities Calendar . Return back to the date tab and click View Confirmation next to the course you have completed . Click on Live Activities . Click on Evaluation Icon . 10 . Enter the code you received at the end of your course, Click Next . Note: Codes are not case sensitive . 11 . Complete evaluation, Click Next . 12 . Click Print All Certificates . 13 . Select Print to PDF . Note: This will allow you to save and print your certificate . 12 2010 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars CE DISCLOSURE INFORMATION Disclosure of Faculty Conflict of Interest 2010 American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) � June 22, 2010 In compliance with the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), Criteria for Quality and Interpretive Guidelines, the VCU Office of Continuing Education discloses all relevant relationships which program faculty and planners report having with commercial interests whose products or services they may discuss during their presentation or they may select as topics for presentations . Reports having no relevant relationship to disclose: Naser Z. Alsharif Sean L. Bates James W. Blankenship Barbara F. Brandt Brenda S. Bray Susan P. Bruce Linda Catanzaro Tracy A. Chapman Marie A. Chisholm-Burns Lindsay Christensen David Clark Lisa R. Clayville Heather Brennan Congdon Magaly Rodriguez de Bittner Peter M. Brody Jr. Jennifer Danielson Margarita V. DiVall Jack E. Fincham Jill M. Fitzgerald Rex W. Force Andrea R. Franks Jody S. Gandy Stephanie F. Gardner Cara A. Harshberger Kristen Lehman Helms John Holmes Gayle A. Hudgins Lisa D. Inge Brandon T. Jennings Barbara L. Jolly Christene Jolowsky Rhonda M. Jones Abir Kahaleh Michael G. Kendrach Julie C. Kissack Harold L. Kohn Janelle L. Krueger Marti Lindsey Patrick M. Malone Marianne McCollum W. Cary Mobley Michael S. Monaghan Rebecca D. Moote Michael H. Nelson David W. Newton Wesley A. Nuffer Peggy S. Odegard Regina F. Peacock Dawn M. Pettus Bart Ragon Juancho Ramirez Luke E. Rice Renee L. Rose Leigh Ann Ross Hazel H. Seaba Ellen M. Schellhase Lisa Scholz Kristine S. Schonder Kelly L. Scolaro Amy L. Seybert Cariann Richey Smith Katie J. Suda Jeremy L. Thomas Christopher John Turner K. T. L. Vaughan Ashley H. Vincent Eleanor M. Vogt Regis R. Vollmer Susan S. Vos Deepti Vyas Thomas Waters Stanley S. Weber Julie J. Wilkinson Judith Wilson Michael Z. Wincor Cherokee Layson-Wolf Eric A. Wombwell Lisa J. Woodard Donald J. Woodyard Reports having served as a consultant to various pharmaceutical companies: David G. Fuentes--IRIS Clinic/School of Professional Psychology Pacific University Oregon Vern Duba--Lexi-Comp Academic Advisory Council Heather Mul Petrelli--Owns a business for educational consulting; not related to pharmacy�College Edge, LLC Rosalie Sagraves--Member, Board of Directors, Advanced Life Sciences (biopharmaceutical sciences company) Patricia A. Chase Keith A. Swanson--Nonprescription Medications Academy Steering Committee Member 2007�2010 (supported by Procter and Gamble) Reports having received grant/research support from various pharmaceutical companies/state, national or federal agencies: Rosemin Kassam--Received research funding from community chains to develop and implement patient care programs; some of the stores involved in this study are represented by these funding organizations. Jennifer L. Rodis--OSU Office of Outreach and Engagement, Community Pharmacy Foundation Debbie C. Byrd--Tennessee Department of Health Diana I. Brixner--Travel grant from "The Medical Pipeline" Timothy J. Ives--NIH, Centers for Medicine/ Medicaid Services (CMS) Gary M. Oderda--Travel Grant from "The Medical Pipeline" Reports having participated on speaker's bureaus of various pharmaceutical companies: Linda G. MacLean Michelle M. Zingone--Merck & Co., Inc. Terri L. Warholak--Pharmacy Quality Assurance Allana J. Sucher--Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Jeff J. Cain--Turning Technologies, Inc. Mark S. Johnson--Sanofi-Aventis Reports having received other financial or material support from various pharmaceutical companies/state, national or federal agencies: Kari L. Franson--Colorado Department of Health and Environment Patrick R. Finley--Neuroscience Education Institution--Advisory Board Fred Doloresco III--New York State Department of Health Mark S. Johnson--Stock Shareholder for Merck In compliance with the ACPE guidelines, all relationships reported above have been resolved according to VCU's Policy on Conflict of Interest . All presenting faculty affirm that they will employ the best available evidence from all sources to support any clinical recommendations made in their presentations . If the learner detects any commercial bias in any presentation, they should document their observations on the program evaluation form . Verified by Sean L . Bates Executive Director for Postgraduate Programs CE Administrator � Office of Continuing Education VCU School of Pharmacy Expanding Our Horizons � July 10�14 � Seattle 13 SEMINARS ELIGIBLE FOR CPE CREDIT Time Saturday, July 10 4:30 p.m.�6:00 p.m. ACPE Number 294-999-10-059-L04-P Contact Title hours (CEU) 1.5 (0.150) American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (AJPE) Author's Workshop Learning Objectives: 1. Enable participants to comprehend and discuss important aspects (IDEAS, Survey Research, etc.) in the development of their manuscript for AJPE. 2. Enable participants to get feedback from peers in similar disciplines in the development of manuscripts for AJPE through a small group breakout session. 3. Enable participants to comprehend key elements in the review process of manuscripts for AJPE and how this will relate to the development of their manuscripts. Sunday, July 11 10:00 a.m.�11:30 a.m. 294-999-10-065-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Special Session: Application Toward Integrated Learning of the Medical Pipeline in the Pharm.D. Curriculum Learning Objectives: 1. To describe how the evolution of medical technology provides an opportunity to teach about drug discovery, development, formulation and delivery, the diagnostics and devices used to detect and treat disease, the incidence and prevalence of the disease, the economic cost of the disease per person and the cost to society, along with a discussion regarding the potential regulatory approval within the U.S. and the likelihood of reimbursement by public and private payers. 2. To list options for teaching, such as part of a therapeutics course, as an elective to evaluate the potential value of these new technologies in healthcare, or possibly as a clinical skills lab where various components of the curriculum can be used in an applied manner. 3. To gain feedback from the audience on ways to improve and expand these approaches in various areas of the Pharm.D. curriculum and prioritize them toward an action plan. Sunday, July 11 1:00 p.m.�2:30 p.m. 294-999-10-060-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Continuing Professional Education Section: Sharing Tools: Needs Assessment, Active Learning, Faculty Guidance and Outcomes Analysis Learning Objectives: Sunday, July 11 1:00 p.m.�2:30 p.m. 1. Discuss the ACPE CPE Standards with regard to needs assessment, faculty guidance and outcomes analysis. 2. Identify available tools and key tool components necessary to implement the new standards. 3. Discuss how CPD principles can be applied to programs through the use of these tools. 294-999-10-061-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Experiential Education Section: Assessment of Student Performance in the Advanced Experiential Environment Learning Objectives: 1. Describe appropriate methods to assess student performance in the experiential environment. 2. Describe the development and implementation of a standardized regional Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) assessment instrument. 3. Share practical lessons learned based on experiences of developing and implementing a standardized regional APPE assessment instrument. Sunday, July 11 1:00 p.m.�2:30 p.m. 294-999-10-062-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Libraries/Educational Resources Section: Lightning Librarians: Unconference Talks, Questions, Problems, Solutions, and Discussion Learning Objectives: Sunday, July 11 1:00 p.m.�2:30 p.m. 1. To provide a time for rapid dissemination of ideas, problems, and solutions from the L/ER membership. 2. To open up discussion and collaboration in the section to its membership. 3. To demonstrate to the general AACP membership the broad interests and activities of the L/ER membership. 294-999-10-063-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Pharmaceutics Section: Teaching Sterile Compounding: Meeting the Standards in Real and Virtual Environments Learning Objectives: 1. The participant will learn the practice standards that guide the compounding of sterile preparations. 2. The pharmacy educator will be able to describe important educational competencies for sterile compounding training. 3. The pharmacy educator will be able to describe different approaches to teaching sterile compounding to student pharmacists. 4. The participant will discover how virtual reality can be used to teach cleanroom concepts to student pharmacists. Sunday, July 11 1:00 p.m.�2:30 p.m. 294-999-10-064-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Pharmacy Practice Section: Pathways to Mentoring: Developing Future Faculty Mentors Learning Objectives: 1. Identify the roles of administrators and senior faculty in developing mentors. 2. Describe examples of mentoring plans used to transition mid-career faculty to becoming mentors. 3. Develop methods to evaluate the progress achieved when utilizing formal mentoring programs. 14 2010 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars SEMINARS ELIGIBLE FOR CPE CREDIT Time Monday, July 12 8:00 a.m.�9:30 a.m. ACPE Number 294-999-10-066-L04-P Contact Title hours (CEU) 1.5 (0.150) Experiential Education Section: Portfolios in Experiential Education and Beyond: Lessons Learned Learning Objectives: 1. Describe steps taken to develop and implement a portfolio process to document, assess and track student performance in experiential education. 2. Describe potential portfolio applications throughout the curriculum and opportunities for faculty/preceptor involvement. 3. Explain obstacles and challenges experienced during the implementation and/or expansion of a portfolio process. 4. Share practical tips and lessons learned regarding the use of portfolios within the curriculum. Monday, July 12 8:00 a.m.�9:30 a.m. 294-999-10-067-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Libraries/Educational Resources Section: There's an App for That: Mobile Resources and Web 3.0 in Pharmacy Education Learning Objectives: Monday, July 12 10:30 a.m.�Noon 1. To describe current mobile apps for pharmacy and healthcare use. 2. To discuss how mobile resources are used in pharmacy practice. 3. To explore how libraries can partner with schools to provide educational materials using mobile resources. 294-999-10-068-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Special Session: Beyond Pharmacotherapy: Spirituality and Humor in Medicine Learning Objectives: Monday, July 12 3:30 p.m.�5:00 p.m. 1. Recognize the importance of spirituality historically and in 21st century medical practice. 2. Provide an overview of the literature concerning the relationship between spirituality and health outcomes. 3. Learn tools and techniques for incorporating spirituality in patient care, teaching and daily practice. 294-999-10-069-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Curriculum SIG: Under the Surface: A Closer Look at Our Hidden Curricula Learning Objectives: 1. Identify ways in which student, faculty and staff participation, attitude, professionalism and/or civility are rewarded at colleges of pharmacy. 2. Discuss obstacles to addressing these core values that are not part of any particular course but of the broader curricular construct. 3. Explore potential solutions or pitfalls that can be encountered when addressing these obstacles. 4. Compare and contrast how these traits may enhance or impair the greater mission of the curriculum and colleges of pharmacy. Monday, July 12 3:30 p.m.�5:00 p.m. 294-999-10-070-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Global Pharmacy SIG: How to Build a Winning Global Experience for Pharm.D. Students Learning Objectives: 1. Summarize the current global activities of U.S. colleges and schools of pharmacy. 2. Describe the activities and organizational framework of two model global Pharm.D. student experiences. 3. Compare and contrast a spectrum of possible learning objectives for a global experience. 4. Identify those planning elements for a global experience that would be necessary to implement a global experience at the participant's school. 5. Create a list of resources needed to develop, implement and provide a global experience. 6. Participate in a discussion of strategies, practices and activities that contribute to successful student global experiences. Monday, July 12 3:30 p.m.�5:00 p.m. 294-999-10-071-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Joint Session: Continuing Professional Education and Social and Administrative Sciences Sections: Meeting the Needs of Underserved Patients Through Scholarship, Teaching and Continuing Professional Development Learning Objectives: 1. Describe programs that currently exist to promote education and development for underserved patients. 2. Identify opportunities for scholarship and resources to support these programs. 3. Outline how continuing professional development can be used to fine-tune skills to address the needs of underserved patients. Monday, July 12 3:30 p.m.�5:00 p.m. 294-999-10-072-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Pharmacy Practice Section: Getting Involved with Advocacy in Pharmacy Practice Learning Objectives: 1. Describe the basic structure of the federal legislative process, with an overview of the different healthcare agencies. 2. Describe some of the areas of impact of the healthcare reform legislation on pharmacy education. 3. Describe how pharmacy faculty can take an active role in the healthcare legislation decision-making process. 4. Describe opportunities that schools of pharmacy can use to interact with state boards of pharmacy and state legislatures. Expanding Our Horizons � July 10�14 � Seattle 15 SEMINARS ELIGIBLE FOR CPE CREDIT Time Monday, July 12 3:30 p.m.�5:00 p.m. ACPE Number 294-999-10-073-L04-P Contact Title hours (CEU) 1.5 (0.150) Self-Care Therapeutics/Nonprescription Medicine SIG: Self-Care Concepts in the Geriatric Population Learning Objectives: 1. Identify specific characteristics that cause geriatric patients to respond differently to OTC medications. 2. Recognize the concerns and risks associated with taking OTC medications in this population. 3. Describe significant drug-related problems involving OTC medications that occur in this population. 4. Implement an active learning activity involving the geriatric population into an OTC course. Monday, July 12 3:30 p.m.�5:00 p.m. 294-999-10-074-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Special Session: Applying Business Models to Experiential Education Learning Objectives: 1. Identify, apply and refine methods for determining solvency in terms of site abundance and availability for an experiential program. 2. Identify, apply and refine methods for determining efficiency (i.e. how well a unit accomplishes its mandates with the tools given) for an experiential program. 3. Identify, apply and refine methods for determining value (i.e. return on investment) for an experiential program. 4. Articulate the potential value of financial and comparative analysis (i.e. benchmarking) in experiential education. Tuesday, July 13 8:00 a.m.�9:30 a.m. 294-999-10-075-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Technology in Pharmacy Education and Learning Section: Instructional Technology: Who is Using What and Where? Learning Objectives: 1. Describe the extent of instructional technology use among colleges and schools of pharmacy. 2. Describe the benefits of selected examples of instructional technology. 3. Identify which college or school can be a resource for questions related to instructional technology uses. Tuesday, July 13 8:00 a.m.�9:30 a.m. 294-999-10-076-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Special Session: Developing a Practice Based Research Network (PBRN): A Tale of Two Colleges Learning Objectives: 1. Describe AACP's four strategies for developing a PBRN. 2. Identify opportunities to employ these strategies at the participants' institutions. 3. Discuss the challenges and keys to successful project implementation within the newly-formed PBRN. 4. Formulate a plan for the growth and development of a PBRN. Tuesday, July 13 8:00 a.m.�9:30 a.m. 294-999-10-078-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Special Session: Heart Matters in Pharmacy Practice: Faculty Orientation and Training Learning Objectives: 1. To familiarize participants with the course context, development, components and assessment. 2. To provide a micro course experience with the learning tools. 3. To determine faculty interest and ability to offer the course in their own setting. Tuesday, July 13 1:30 p.m.�3:00 p.m. 294-999-10-079-L04-P 1.5 (0.150) Special Session: Nuts and Bolts of Integrating Human Patient Simulation into the Pharm.D. Curriculum Learning Objectives: 1. Distinguish important factors to consider during a cost analysis of adopting HPS into the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum. 2. Match programmatic and curricular outcomes with the right level of simulation technology. 3. Develop strategies for partnering with other healthcare disciplines to create interprofessional HPS learning opportunities for student pharmacists. 4. Construct, with a team, a pharmacy-focused HPS patient case scenario