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Immunization Certification Course - August 26, 2017 - Dallas and Lubbock


Part 1:  Home Study
 
The home study program consists of twelve programs at approximately one-hour in length for a total of 1.2 CEUs. In order to view the video programs, you must first complete the pre-test.  Once you complete the pre-test for a given program then you will be able to watch the video presentation.  The home study programs must be completed prior to attending the live program component.
 
Overall Home Study Objectives:
 
- Discuss the principles of vaccinations
- Discuss the etiology, epidemiology, routine immunization schedule, and vaccine characteristics for vaccine-preventable diseases
- Apply knowledge of vaccine schedules, indications, and contraindications to cases for discussion
- List regulatory requirements necessary for compliance before offering immunizations
- Describe the incorporation of vaccine services into an existing pharmacy workflow
- Demonstrate the proper handling and disposal of sharps and aseptic technique
 
Part 2:  Live Program
 
The live program consists of eight hours of didactic and hands-on training for a total of 0.8 CEUs.   
 
Overall Live Program Objectives:
 
- State the characteristics, schedule, contraindications and adverse reactions for vaccines discussed.
- Demonstrate various vaccine administration techniques.
- Discuss ordering and storage requirements for specific vaccines.
- Discuss necessary components of immunization protocols.
- Identify procedures for handling allergic reactions.
 
Locations:
Lubbock, Texas:  3601 4th Street., Room ACB 230, 79430
Dallas, Texas (SW Campus):  5920 Forest Park, Room 450, 75235
 
Hotels:
For your convenience we have listed hotels that are within 5 miles of the School of Pharmacy campus.
 
Dallas:
 
Extended Stay America - Dallas - Market Center
2979 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75247
214-630-0154
 
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Dallas Central Market Center
1521 Inwood Road, Dallas, TX 75247
214-905-1400
 
Homewood Suites by Hilton Dallas-Market Center
2747 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75207
214-819-9700
 
Embassy Suites Dallas - Market Center
2727 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75207
214-630-5332
 
Dallas Marriott Suites Medical/Market Center
2493 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75207
214-905-0050
 
Hilton Garden Inn Dallas/Market Center
2325 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75207
214-634-8200
 
Hilton Anatole
2201 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75207
214-748-1200
 
Sheraton Suites Market Center Dallas
2101 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75207
214-747-3000
 
Renaissance Dallas Hotel
2222 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75207
214-631-2222
 
Holiday Inn Dallas Market Center
4500 Harry Hines Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75219
214-219-3333
 
Lubbock:
 
Hyatt Place Lubbock
2309 Mac Davis Ln, Lubbock, TX 79401
806-741-0200
 
The Overton
2322 Mac Davis Ln, Lubbock, TX 79401
806-776-7000
 
Courtyard by Marriot Lubbock Downtown
308 Avenue V, Lubbock, TX 79415
806-368-8403
 
Staybridge Suites Lubbock
2515 19th Street, Lubbock, TX 79410
806-765-8900
 
Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham
4435 Marsha Sharp Fwy, Lubbock, TX 79407
806-792-3600
 
 
Tools Needed to View the Home Study Program Components 
To view this program you need an Internet Browser, Media Player, Adobe Reader, and Audio Capabilities.  If you have trouble viewing the videos, please check your firewall protection as it can interfer with the ability to view the video content.  
 
Cancellation of Program 
A minimum of 30 registrations/participants are needed to hold the program. Should the minimum not be met & the program canceled, all paid registration fees (only) will be refunded.  Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy is not responsible for travel expenses.  The decision to cancel the program will be made on August 20th.

Date: Jun 15, 2017 07:30 AM - Aug 26, 2017 05:30 PM

Fee

$525.00

CE Hours

20.00

CE Units

2.000

Registration closes on Aug 26, 2017 01:00 AM

Activity Type

  • Practice Based

Target Audience(s)

  • Pharmacists

Accreditation(s)

Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
 
Texas Tech University HSC School of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Requirements for CE Credit

To Receive Certification You Must:
  • Complete the home study pre-test
  • View all home study videos in their entirety
  • Complete the online assessment covering the home study content with a passing score of 70% or higher
  • Complete the evaluations for the home study activities and the live program (evaluations for the home study activities are available after taking the assessment)
  • Complete the assessment at the live program over information covered with a passing score of 70% or higher
  • Successfully demonstrate competency in the administration of 1 IM and 1SC injections
  • Provide documentation of your basic cardiac life support (BCLS) card for a health care provider (front and back copy) prior to or within 45 days of the live program date for which you attend
 
Registration Fee:
$450 on or before August 1, 2017
$525 after August 1, 2017
 
ACPE UAN:
0096-0000-17-051-B04-P
 
Release Date:
08/26/2017
 
Expriation Date:
08/26/2020

 

 

Registration closes on Aug 26, 2017 at 01:00 AM

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • Distinguish between passive and active immunity applied in vaccine development
  • Describe differences between live attenuated, inactivated, and polysaccharide vaccines
  • Interpret a patient’s adverse effect as vaccine potentiated or vaccine-induced
  • List screening questions used to determine contraindications and precautions

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Mikala Conatser, Pharm.D.
Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University HSC School of Phar


Brief Bio : Dr. Conatser is an assistant professor in the Adult Medicine division. She teaches parenterals and her primary focus is sterile compounding and USP 797 compliance. She also has a role teaching in the immunizations course and running both parenterals and immunizations labs.

CE Hours

1.00
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • Define the characteristics, pathogenesis, clinical features, and strains of the influenza virus
  • Identify the impact of influenza disease
  • Describe the influenza vaccines and determine appropriate indications and contraindications for a given patient
  • List common adverse effects of influenza vaccine, and explain how a patient should be counseled on these

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

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Brian Terrell, Pharm.D., BCACP
Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center SOP


Brief Bio : Brian Terrell, Pharm.D., BCACP, is as assistant professor at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy in Abilene, Texas. He practices within the primary care division and is a certified immunizer.

CE Hours

1.00
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • Define the characteristics, pathogenesis, clinical features, and strains of pneumococcal disease
  • Identify the epidemiologic impact of pneumococcal disease
  • Describe the pneumococcal vaccines and determine appropriate indications and contraindications for a given patient
  • List common adverse effects of the pneumococcal vaccine, and explain how a patient should be counseled on these

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

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Brian Terrell, Pharm.D., BCACP
Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center SOP


Brief Bio : Brian Terrell, Pharm.D., BCACP, is as assistant professor at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy in Abilene, Texas. He practices within the primary care division and is a certified immunizer.

CE Hours

1.00
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • Briefly describe pathophysiology & disease course
  • Review vaccine components & dosing guidelines
  • Examine contraindications, precautions, potential side effects, risks & benefits
  • Interpret the CDC’s vaccine schedule for vaccines

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

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Jill Frost, Pharm.D.
Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University HSC School of Phar


Brief Bio : Jill Frost graduated from The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy in 2004. She completed a one year residency in Ambulatory Care at Scott and White Hospitals in Temple, Texas. Dr. Frost began teaching at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy in 2005 under the Community Care Division. She currently practices under the Ambulatory Care Division.

CE Hours

1.00
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • Describe the pathophysiology and disease course of the disease
  • List vaccines, schedule, dosing, and administration routes for the associated vaccines
  • Name side effects, risks, contraindications, and benefits of the associated vaccines
  • Given a patient case, recommend appropriate vaccines

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

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Rachel Basinger, Pharm.D.
Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University HSC School of Phar


Brief Bio : Rachel Basinger, PharmD, BCPS is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy Amarillo. She received her PharmD from The University of Texas College of Pharmacy. She completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Christus Santa Rosa Health System in San Antonio, Texas and a PGY2 Geriatric Specialty Residency at UNC Hospitals and Clinics in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She practices under a collaborative agreement at the Texas Tech Internal Medicine clinic.

CE Hours

1.00
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • Describe the pathophysiology and disease course of Hepatitis A (HAV), Hepatitis B (HBV), and Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
  • List vaccines, schedule, dosing guidelines, and administration routes for HAV, HBV, and HPV vaccines
  • Name side effects, risks, contraindications, and benefits of HAV, HBV, and HPV vaccines
  • Given a patient case, recommend an appropriate vaccine.

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

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Rachel Basinger, Pharm.D.
Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University HSC School of Phar


Brief Bio : Rachel Basinger, PharmD, BCPS is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy Amarillo. She received her PharmD from The University of Texas College of Pharmacy. She completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Christus Santa Rosa Health System in San Antonio, Texas and a PGY2 Geriatric Specialty Residency at UNC Hospitals and Clinics in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She practices under a collaborative agreement at the Texas Tech Internal Medicine clinic.

CE Hours

1.00
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

 
 

Objectives

  • Briefly describe the pathophysiology and disease course
  • Review vaccine components & dosing guidelines
  • Examine contraindications, precautions, potential side effects, risks & benefits
  • Interpret the CDC’s vaccine schedule for vaccines
  • Identify travel health resources & locate the CDC’s travel information webpage

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

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Jill Frost, Pharm.D.
Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University HSC School of Phar


Brief Bio : Jill Frost graduated from The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy in 2004. She completed a one year residency in Ambulatory Care at Scott and White Hospitals in Temple, Texas. Dr. Frost began teaching at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy in 2005 under the Community Care Division. She currently practices under the Ambulatory Care Division.

CE Hours

1.00
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • Compare and contrast vaccine classifications
  • List the route for vaccine administration in a pediatric patient
  • Differentiate between vaccines in the 0-18 years immunization schedule
  • Identify contraindications of vaccines administered in children 0-18 years
  • Discuss vaccine myths and parental concerns

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

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Janie Robles, Pharm.D.
Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University HSC School of Phar


Brief Bio : Dr. Robles is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy. After receiving her Pharm.D. degree from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy, she completed a Pediatric Specialty Pharmacy Practice Residency at The Children’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Robles accepts 4th year students in the pediatric clerkships at the Lubbock regional campus as well as providing classroom instruction to Pharm.D. students. Her clinical practice is based at University Medical Center and attends patient care rounds with the pediatric general and intensive care unit teams. In addition, she has implemented a pharmacist-managed asthma education program.

CE Hours

1.00
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • Explain which vaccines are covered under Medicare Part B, which are covered under Part D, and any special circumstances for coverage
  • List steps to becoming a Medicare mass immunizer
  • Explain the role and reimbursement rates of Medicaid’s Vaccines for Children
  • List private payors that may cover immunization services, and discuss methods for determining if a payor does cover a given vaccine
  • Explain the role of cash pay immunization services in the pharmacy

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

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David Simmons, R.Ph.
Instructor, Texas Tech University HSC School of Phar


Brief Bio : Mr. Simmons has over 30 years of retail pharmacy experience. He operated his own independent pharmacy for nearly 20 years. He has also been a co-owner/operator of a Mid-Level based medical practice and co-owner of a Home Medical business. Mr. Simmons is currently the Pharmacist in Charge at Amarillo Pharmaceutical Care Center Pharmacy on the TTUHSC campus in Amarillo. He has precepted over 120 pharmacy students and several Community Practice Residents in his 11 years at Texas Tech. Amarillo Pharmaceutical Care Center administers over 2,500 immunizations yearly.

CE Hours

1.00
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • List common bloodborne pathogens associated with occupational exposure
  • Identify modes of transmission of bloodborne pathogens
  • List the components of a site-specific exposure control plan
  • Identify hazards in the workplace that may relate to immunization practice
  • Explain appropriate use of engineering controls, work practices, and personal protective equipment (PPE) for immunization practice

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

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Mary Kelin, Pharm.D.
Assistant Professor, T


Brief Bio : Dr. Klein is involved with laboratory teaching and maintains a practice site at Presbyterian Medical Mission of Abilene. Dr. Klein teaches in Clinical Immunizations and Administration, Patient Assessment, and Respiratory Pharmacotherapy, in addition to precepting the Ambulatory Clinical Skills and the Primary Care rotations. Dr. Klein received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Texas Tech University in 2003 and Doctor of Pharmacy from the TTUHSC School of Pharmacy in 2007. She then completed a community and ambulatory care pharmacy practice (PGY1) residency at the University of Texas at Austin/Scott and White Memorial Hospital, Health Plan, and Clinics in Temple and Georgetown, Texas. Her practice interests include family medicine, cardiology, endocrinology, ambulatory/primary care, and medical missions.

CE Hours

1.00
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • Compare and contrast intramuscular, subcutaneous, intranasal and intradermal administration techniques and materials
  • Evaluate the results of a TB test
  • Discuss the proper aseptic technique for drawing up vaccines and reconstitution of powder vaccines.

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Mikala Conatser, Pharm.D.
Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University HSC School of Phar


Brief Bio : Dr. Conatser is an assistant professor in the Adult Medicine division. She teaches parenterals and her primary focus is sterile compounding and USP 797 compliance. She also has a role teaching in the immunizations course and running both parenterals and immunizations labs.

CE Hours

1.00
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Objectives

  • Recognize opportunities for pharmacists to become involved in immunization delivery
  • Identify barriers to providing immunization services
  • Describe how to set up an immunization service in an existing pharmacy
  • Identify marketing strategies that can be used to promote a pharmacy-based immunization service

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

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Shanna James, Pharm.D.
Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University HSC School of Phar


Brief Bio : Dr. James is involved with laboratory teaching and precepting students. Dr. James teaches in Pharmaceutical Care Lab, Patient Assessment Lab, Introductory to Pharmacy Practice, and Community Pharmacy Operations in addition to precepting Ambulatory Clinical Skills rotations. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy in 2011 and Bachelor of Science in Biology from West Texas A&M University. Dr. James also completed a one year community specialty (PGY1) residency at TTUHSC SOP. Dr. James practices under a collaborative agreement at the Texas Tech Internal Medicine clinic. Her practice interests include ambulatory/primary care, preventative care, endocrinology, pulmonary and medical missions.

CE Hours

1.00
Registration Closed  

Registration Closed  

Live Program
 
The live program consists of eight hours of didactic and hands-on training for a total of 0.8 CEUs.   
 
Overall Live Program Objectives:
 
- State the characteristics, schedule, contraindications and adverse reactions for vaccines discussed.
- Demonstrate various vaccine administration techniques.
- Discuss ordering and storage requirements for specific vaccines.
- Discuss necessary components of immunization protocols.
- Identify procedures for handling allergic reactions.
 
Locations:
The August 26th live program will be held at:  
 
Lubbock, Texas:  3601 4th Street, Room ACB 230, 79430
Dallas, Texas (SW Campus):  5920 Forest Park, Room 450, 75235
 

CE Hours

8.00
Registration Closed