Save the date for EduCon 2023, February 9 – 10.
Knowing and implementing best practices are the key to a well-run compounding operation. To keeping patients safe. And yes, to preserving your reputation.
That’s the focus of EduCon 2022: Best Practices in Compounding — assuring your team has the current expertise it needs to practice with high competence and integrity.
Up to 11 hours of continuing education credit!
Sessions available on-demand for 60 days — through April 8!
Pharmacists: $429 • Technicians: $339 • Student pharmacists: $55
All others: $339
What to do:
- Click here (or the button below) to log into the Ohio Pharmacists Association event site.
- Create an account (if you don’t already have one) and fill out the registration form.
- Select “APC Pharmacist”, “Pharmacy Technician”, or “APC Supporter” as your registrant type.
- Follow the prompts to complete the registration.
Questions or need assistance? Contact Janice Johnson at (614) 389-3236 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attending EduCon 2022 Virtual
You can attend via your computer or your smartphone/tablet.
You must be registered, of course (click here if you still need to register).
We use Attendify as the conference app, along with video versions of the sessions.
If attending by computer:
Log in to the conference via Attendify here using the same email address as when you registered. You will need to create and verify a password (if this is your first time using Attendify).
Come back to the Attendify page any time until April 8 to view the courses.
If attending via smartphone:
When you launch the app, you’ll be asked what conference you want to attend. Search for “EduCon2022” and select it.
You’ll need to enter your email address and (possibly) create and verify a password for Attendify.
You’re all set!
Download the full attendee guide (PDF) for all the details about attending sessions and getting CE credit.
EduCon 2022: The Program
When the DEA Comes Calling: Preparing for and Managing that Inspection
Attorney, Hyman Phelps & McNamara Doe
Veterinary Compounding: Considerations & ClinicalPearls
Clinical Compounding Pharmacist, PCCA
Compounder Ethics: The Code as Compliance Strategy
Director, Center for Compounding Practice and Research, VCU
R&D Roundtable: How Compounders are Aiding Medical Research
Facilitator: Alexander Pytlarz
Panelists: Linda McElhiney, Joe Navarra, David Mastropietro
Cultural Competency & Bias Training (CMS-Required)
Senior Associate, Gates Healthcare
Implementing Pharmacogenomic Testing in Your Practice
Peter Clapp, Chair, Pharmaceutical Science Dept., Regis University & Lisa Faast, CEO, DiversifyRx
USP <795> BUDs: An Update
Chief Scientific Officer, PCCA
USP <797> BUDs: An Update
CEO, National Home Infusion Association
The Biopharmaceutical Classification System: What You Should Know
Compounding Services — Pharmacist, LP3 Network
USP: Minor Chapters, Major Impacts
Director, Business Development, ARL BioPharma
BUDs & Stability Studies Under the Proposed New USP Chapters
Advanced Clinical and Formulation Pharmacist, LP3 Network
Details, details: Click here for the official CE learning objectives (PDF).
This meeting is targeted to pharmacists and pharmacy technicians interested in compounding. The continuing pharmacy education for this program is coordinated by the Ohio Pharmacists Foundation (OPF).
To receive continuing pharmacy education credit, you must watch the entire session, actively participate, answer post-activity questions, and complete evaluations to submit and claim credit through the LecturePanda.com platform, which will upload credits to the CPE Monitor.
The Ohio Pharmacists Foundation, Inc. is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
Refunds are limited to conference fees paid. All refund requests/cancellations may be submitted at any time, in writing, to Ohio Pharmacists Association (OPA, on behalf of APC) in writing to email@example.com. To qualify for a full refund of registration fees paid less a $50 administrative fee, a written cancellation must be received by OPA no later than 11:59 PM PDT on Tuesday, January 4, 2022. Cancellations received between January 5, 2022 and January 31, 2022 will receive a 50% refund less a $50 administrative fee. No refunds will be given beginning 11:59 PM PDT on Monday, January 31, 2022.