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2022 OSHP Fall Seminar
Saturday, November 19, 2022, 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM PST
Category: Fall Seminar



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We are excited to announce that this year's Seminar will be held on November 19, 2022 at the OHSU-Robertson Life Sciences Building in Portland, Oregon.  

Seminar Date
November 19, 2022

CE Credit
An application has been submitted for Continuing Education credit approval.  

Seminar Location
Robertson Life Sciences Building
2730 S Moody Ave, Portland, OR 97201


Registration 
Your registration includes: All education sessions and materials, access to exhibits, continental breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks. 

  • OSHP/OSPA Members: Pharmacist – $190.00 | Supporting Associate (Industry) – $190.00
  • Non Members: Pharmacist – $305.00 | Supporting Associate (Industry) – $305.00
  • Pharmacy Residents - $125.00
  • Pharmacy Technicians - $100.00
  • Pharmacy Students - $60.00

Seminar Schedule

7:30  - 8:00 am
Registration/Visit with Exhibitors

8:00 - 8:15 am
Opening Remarks

8:15 - 9:15 am (General Session)
Ransomware in Health Systems
Presented by Corey Keating, PhD, CISSP
Ransomware is a threat to healthcare that is here to stay and is increasing in both sophistication and frequency. When ransomware hits an organization, it takes all systems offline for days, weeks, or months, and often costs millions of dollars in recovery efforts and lost revenue. Besides huge financial costs, ransomware impacts patient safety and has been a contributing factor in at least two deaths worldwide. What are its causes and what can be done to protect our organizations from ransomware? How would ransomware affect the pharmacy, and what must we do to prepare for a possible attack?

9:35-10:35 am 
Keeping up with Recent Landmark Trials
Presented by Megan Herink & Marina Suzuki
During this presentation attendees will review background information on nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), discuss a clinical trial investigating use of semaglutide in NASH and describe changes in guideline recommendations resulting from the study data.

9:35-10:35 am (Technician Track)
This track has been cancelled.

10:35-10:55 am
Visit with Exhibitors

10:55-11:55 am (Pharmacist Track)
HIV Update for the Generalist
Presented by Devon Flynn, PharmD, MPH, BCPS, AAHIVP
At the end of this talk, participants will understand new HIV treatment concepts regarding when to start treatment, new treatment regimens, and the place in therapy of newer antiretroviral agents.

10:55-11:55 am (Technician Track)
Newly FDA Approved Drug Review
Presented by Evita Santos PharmD Candidate, Nikhil Kashore PharmD Candidate, Ryan Gibbard PharmD, BCPS
Technician CE presentation reviewing newly FDA approved drugs within the past three years. This program will review the proper storage, handling, and label information pertinent to pharmacy technician responsibilities.

11:55 am -1:20 pm
Lunch with Program

1:20-2:20 pm (General Session)
The Latest in Lipid Management
Presented by Bruce Warden, PharmD, BCPS, CLS, FNLA, FASPC
The objectives of this presentation are to recognize statins remain an important but significantly underutilized treatment option, discuss how statins may not be enough, and the evolving role of combination therapy with updated treatment goals/targets and to differentiate newly approved lipid-lowering therapy (and agents in the pipeline) and delineate their place in therapy.

1:20-2:20 pm (Student Session)
Understanding How to Maximize Learning In and Out of the Classroom
Presented by Dr. Stacey Olstad, PharmD and Dr. Juancho Ramirez, PharmD
This presentation examines the systems and psychologic ideas related to thinking and learning.

2:25-3:25 pm (General Session)
Update with OHA and Mental Health Advisory Group: Helping Oregon Practitioners Navigate Mental Health  

Presented by Kaja Wagner, PharmD, BCPP
The goal of this program is to describe the purpose and function of the Mental Health Clinical Advisory Group (MHCAG). The MHCAG is mandated by the State of Oregon and the Oregon Health Authority in order to create evidence-based treatment algorithms and clinical practice recommendations for behavioral health disease states.  The group works to create recommendations by reviewing existing evidence and through clinical expertise. The intention is to support clinical practitioners in treating patients with behavioral health disorders across the state of Oregon. 

2:25-3:25 pm (Student Session)
Exploring Different Careers in Pharmacy: A Pharmacist Panel
Presented by Ben Kong, PharmD, BCPS, Long Trinh, PharmD, MS, MBA, BCPS and Kenneth Garcia, PharmD

3:25-3:40 pm
Break

3:40-4:55 pm (General Session)
Tackling Antibiotic Allergies: Pharmacist Driven Inpatient Evaluation and Testing 
Presented by Young Yoon Ham, PharmD, BCIDP
Antibiotic allergies can be a significant impediment to antibiotic use, often leading to the avoidance of first line antibiotics resulting in worse clinical outcomes. Most patients with a purported antibiotic allergy can tolerate the antibiotic, and in addition, incorrect assumptions about cross reactivity can interfere with optimal treatment. Patient interviews and testing can be extensively utilized to treat patients with first line antibiotics.

5:00 pm
End of Seminar 


Going Green
In an effort to minimize paper waste, course handouts will be available online at www.oshp.org one week prior to the Seminar.  An email to access the materials will be e-mailed to you on November 11th. 


EXHIBIT OR SPONSOR AT THE OSHP 2022 FALL SEMINAR!  EXHIBITS ARE SOLD OUT!  To be placed on a waiting list, please contact Stacey Barrett, OSHP Association Manager, at [email protected]
The Board of Directors of the Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists invites you to participate as a Sponsor or Exhibitor at the 2022 Fall Seminar!

Exhibit Schedule

6:30 - 7:30 am | Exhibitor Set Up
7:30  - 8:00 am | Registration 
8:00 am - 4:55 pm | Education 

1:30 - 2:30 pm | Exhibitor Tear Down 

Fall Seminar Exhibit/Sponsor Fees

  • Industry Exhibit:  $1,000 (OSHP Member) | $1,300 (Non Member)
  • Residency Showcase Exhibit: $250
  • Saturday Continental Breakfast - $600.00
  • Saturday Lunch - $2,000.00
  • Saturday AM Break - $250.00
  • Saturday PM Break - $250.00
  • Sponsor a Student - $250

Your exhibit registration includes a skirted display space, one chair and one lunch ticket. This is a ‘table top’ show, which means there is not draped off space for each exhibit, instead each exhibitor has the table space to display their items.