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Ethics is more than doing “the right thing.” As the model of pharmacy changes, the pharmacist, student pharmacist, and pharmacy technician must be familiar with ethical principles that affect their practice. They must be able to make sound decisions based on those ethical principles. This presentation will address how ethics ultimately affects patient safety in pharmacy. Participants will obtain information that will make their practice safer for their patients and have an opportunity to participate in a conversation about ethics in pharmacy.
1. Recall the four standard healthcare ethical principles.
2. List historical examples where ethics affected patient safety.
3. Identify decision points to maximize patient safety from case studies.
4. Identify resources available to assist pharmacists.
Dixie Leikach, RPh, MBA, FACA
Dixie Leikach is the President of PEER – Pharmacy Ethics, Education and Resources, a non-profit she founded July 2015. She is also the Vice President for YOUR Community Pharmacy, a group of independently owned pharmacies in Maryland.
Dixie graduated from the University of Maryland, School of Pharmacy in 1992. She is the current Chair of the Board for the Maryland Pharmacists Association. She is the Past President of the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy Alumni Association and Past National President of Lambda Kappa Sigma International Pharmacy Fraternity. Dixie has been honored with the MPhA and LKS Distinguished Young Pharmacist of the Year, the LKS Distinguished Service Citation, and the LKS Merck Vanguard Leadership awards. In addition, Dixie is the Chair of The Associated Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership, President of her synagogue’s Sisterhood and President of the PTO at The Harbour School.
This lesson is a knowledge-based CE activity and is targeted to pharmacists and technicians.
The American College of Apothecaries (ACA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. ACA has accredited this program for 1.0 contact hours (0.1 CEUs) of continuing education credit for pharmacists and technicians. ACPE #0201-0000-15-146-L05-P, 0201-0000-15-146-L05-T
If you are interested in earning credit for this program, please note that you will be asked to enter your NABP e-Profile ID during the credit selection step of the registration process. If you have not yet registered your NABP e-Profile ID, please visit www.nabp.net.
CE credit and certificates of attendance will be provided only to those individuals who registered and logged into the webinar online. If you want CE credit and your certificate of attendance, you must have purchased the program and logged into the web portion under that registration so that we can verify attendance.
Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind, 3-in-1 conference that is bringing the pharmacy profession together in paradise.
By morning – experience a unique menu of CE programs merging the best of ACA, IACP and ACVP. Gain information and skills you can implement immediately in your pharmacy practice.
By afternoon – connect with your colleagues and enjoy an array of outdoor adventures, a luxurious day spa and dine overlooking the Coronado Bay or
the Pacific Ocean at the luxurious property, Loews Coronado Bay Resort & Spa in San Diego, California.
This is destination education at its finest. We’ll send you and your staff back to your practice energized, motivated and ready to conquer the world!
Make plans to attend the ACA and ACVP Presidents’ Reception and Banquet on Friday, February 26 from 5:00 – 7:30 p.m in the Constellation Foyer and Ballroom. The highlights of this event will be the installation of new ACA and ACVP officers and awards presentations. Tickets are $195 each or a Table (for 8) is $1,450. Click here for Online Registration for Banquet
Hotel Reservations are now open!
Reserve your hotel room on or before Friday, January 25, 2016 and receive the group discounted rate. For hotel reservations, click here or contact Susan Decker, Director of Conferences – (434) 989-5938 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to Our Exhibitors and Meeting Sponsors! (as of 9/3/15)
We would like to thank the following exhibitors for their commitment to the Educational Conference: Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC); Analytical Research Laboratories (ARL); Associates of Cape Cod, Inc.; B&B Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; BillPro Rx, LLC; BiosRx Inc.; Charles River; DoseLogix/ Topi-CLICK; EXAKT Technologies, Inc.; Fagron, Inc.; Freedom Pharmaceuticals; Frier & Levitt, LLC; Hardy Diagnostics; Health Engineering Systems; ICA Health, LLC; ISO-MED, INC.; Letco Medical; Live Oak Bank; MEDISCA; MEDISCA Network; Onnit Labs; P&C Pharma; PCCA; Rx TaxPros; Spectrum Pharmacy Products; Storey Marketing; Take Charge Pharmacist Lifestyle Education System.
We would like to thank the following meeting sponsors for their support of the Educational Conference: DoseLogix/Topi-CLICK (Conference Pen); Letco Medical (1 Education Session, Closing Dessert Reception); MEDISCA (3 Education Sessions, Name Badge Holder); PCCA (Meeting Syllabus, Hotel Key Cards).
Your evening will begin with a drink reception at 5:00 p.m. in the Constellation Foyer with breathtaking views of the San Diego Bay and downtown skyline. Two complimentary drink tickets are included with your reservation.
The banquet follows in the spectacular Constellation Ballroom at 5:30 p.m. You will be treated to a delicious dinner of Pan Roasted Salmon or Crusted Beef Tenderloin, Peppercorn Demi Horseradish-Potato Gratin, Chef’s Selection of Seasonal Vegetables and Hearts of Romaine with Parmesan Cheese.
After dinner, the event will feature the installation of the new ACA and ACVP Officers and awards presentations including the ACA Research and Education Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award; the ACA Member of the Year; and the ACVP Earl W. “Bill” Bradley Award.
*This event is black tie optional. Tuxedo information will be sent to registrants at a later date.