Webinar Date: September 24-26 (see the schedule for specific webinar times)
Activity Dates: 09/24/2019 - 06/30/2025
CPNP Communities Week is a 3-day virtual event, exclusively for CPNP members! This event will feature webinars from each of the CPNP communities on the relevant topics listed in the schedule below. This exciting event replaces the Lunch and Learn Webinars from prior years with a more concentrated opportunity to learn and network with your peers in CPNP. These community activities focus on extremely relevant, current issues in practice and are designed to foster discussion during the calls. ACPE credit is not provided for these activities.
CPNP Communities Week is free to attend, and members only need to register once for the full 3-day event. Registrants may attend as many webinars as desired, and all webinar recordings will be posted following the event. Register today!
All times are listed in the Central Time Zone
Suicide Risk in Long-Term Care Facilities
Debrina Johnson, PharmD, BCGP and Joshana K. Goga, PharmD, BCPP, LSSGB
The CPNP Geriatric Community is hosting a Webinar Journal Club Suicide risk in long-term care facilities: A systematic review. We will be focusing on rate of suicide, correlates of suicide risk, and reasons for lack of information on suicide risk in long-term care settings. We encourage your participation through questions and discussions around suicidality in the geriatric population.
Residency Program Directors Update
Kelly Lee, PharmD, Pharm.D., MAS, BCPP, FCCP, & Elayne Ansara, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP
The RPD Community is hosting an open discussion webinar during Communities Week. During the webinar we will be focusing on residency program specific topics that include, but are not limited to:
Pharmacologic Management of Acute Agitation and Aggression in Youth
Sandra Mullen PharmD, BCPP and Danielle Stutzman, PharmD, BCPP
The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP) Community is hosting a webinar on the pharmacologic management of acute agitation and aggression in youth. During the webinar we will review updates in literature, clinical considerations when choosing intramuscular antipsychotics, and considerations for institution-specific guidelines. Danielle Stutzman PharmD, BCPP is a psychiatric pharmacist at Children’s Hospital Colorado’s Pediatric Mental Health Institute. Sandra Mullen PharmD, BCPP is a psychiatric pharmacist at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System. Off-label use of psychotropic medications will be discussed (e.g., ziprasidone, olanzapine). Speakers have no other relevant disclosures.
Applying the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process to Your Practice
Amanda Hickman, PharmD, MPH
The Patient Care Practice Management Community is hosting a webinar on the topic of the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process (PPCP). During the webinar we will define the PPCP, review why it is important, and discuss how it can be applied to various practice settings. Guest speaker Amanda Hickman, PharmD, MPH is the Trellis Rx Central Neurology Pharmacist based out of Atlanta, GA. In her position, Dr. Hickman develops and maintains the neurology protocols, guidelines, and best practices, helps to establish in-clinic neurology specialty pharmacy services at new sites, and provides support to these clinics through staff training and assistance. During this webinar, Dr. Hickman will discuss how many pharmacists are likely already using the PPCP in our practices and review her journey of incorporating the PPCP into the outpatient clinics that she has established within the in-clinic specialty pharmacy services.
Sarah Grady, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP
The PMEG Community is hosting a webinar on the topic of medication group documentation. During this webinar, we will be focusing on effective and efficient ways to document education provided to patients during medication groups. Sarah Grady, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP will be conducting the webinar and discussing the benefits and challenges of group documentation at her practice site. After this brief presentation, an open forum on this topic will be held.
Initiatives, Assessments and Resources to Address Mental Health at Pharmacy Schools and Practice Sites
Andria F. Church, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP, Jeremy Daniel, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP, and Kelly Gable, PharmD, BCPP
The Teaching Community is hosting a webinar on the topic of initiatives, assessments or resources to address mental health at pharmacy schools and/or practice sites. During the webinar we will be focusing on how these are available to students, how they are used for students, and what impacts these have made on student mental health. Each speaker will target a particular area and what is being done at their respective institution.
Andria F. Church, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP; Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Palm Beach Atlantic University Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy (West Palm Beach, FL). Her didactic teaching involves a variety of pharmacotherapy topics, namely neuropsychiatry and women’s health. Her clinical practice site is at a hospital, within the 90-bed inpatient psychiatric units. Here she is involved in experiential education by taking APPE students for their psychiatry elective.
Jeremy Daniel is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice with SDSU and a Psychiatric Clinical Pharmacist with Avera Behavioral Health in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Jeremy Daniel, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP was part of a task force with SDSU COPAHP to design and implement this program and will develop several of the lectures/programs related to this topic.
Kelly Gable is a Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) School of Pharmacy. She works clinically as a psychiatric care provider at a Federally Qualified Health Center in St. louis, Missouri. She initiated and chairs a mental health and wellness taskforce, focused on enhancing the well-being of pharmacy students at SIUE.
Managing Buprenorphine Patients does NOT have to be Painful
Jacqueline Cleary, PharmD, BCACP
The Substance Use Disorders Strategies Community is hosting a webinar on the topic of pain management for patients being maintained on buprenorphine for medication assisted treatment (MAT). During the webinar we will be focusing on the unique pharmacology of buprenorphine as well as its pharmacokinetic properties. We will also focus on acute and chronic pain management for patients being maintained on buprenorphine therapy for MAT as well as the various legal regulations surrounding buprenorphine prescribing and dispensing. Our speaker, Dr. Jacqueline Cleary, is a board-certified ambulatory care pharmacist who completed a PGY-2 in pain and palliative care at a VA hospital. Dr. Cleary is a faculty member for Albany College of pharmacy and practices at an integrated primary care center that offers addiction, psychiatric, and primary care services. This webinar is intended for all practitioners that work with substance use disorders or treat acute or chronic pain patients. Dr. Cleary is a consultant for both Remitigate LLC and Kaleo Pharma.
From 0 to 1: Turning your Poster Project into a Published Manuscript
Geoffrey Brown, PharmD and Terrance Bellnier, RPh, MPA, FASCP
The Research Community is hosting a webinar on the topic of publishing a poster as a manuscript. The work you put into your poster project does not have to be done in vain. Unfortunately, most poster projects end up being disposed of in conference center trash bins. With a little more time and effort these posters can become publishable manuscripts and your findings can be shared with others on a larger scale. Speakers Geoffrey Brown, PharmD and Terrance Bellnier, RPh, MPA, FASCP will discuss how to submit a manuscript for publication from a poster project.
Communities Week offer member-driven activities intended to facilitate dialogue among psychiatric pharmacy professionals. While presenters are encouraged to disclose any conflicts and to use the best evidence available, the presentations are not peer reviewed and attendees should accordingly verify details prior to making significant practice changes. ACPE credit is not provided for these activities.
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