Pharmacy Law and Policy Symposium - April 28, 2021

 

 

 

Pharmacy Law and Policy Symposium - April 28, 2021

MPA Law and Policy Symposium To Be Held Virtually on April 28 

The MPA Law and Policy Symposium will be offered as a virtual event delivered by webinar and will provide 5.0 hours of LIVE continuing education credit.

 

REGISTRATION

Registrations will be accepted until 4 p.m. on April 26, 2021. Instructions to access the virtual Symposium will be emailed to registrants before 4 p.m. on April 27. Click here to register online.

Click here to print the complete flyer.

Rates:

MPA Pharmacist Member $75

Pharmacist Nonmember $150

MPA Technician Member $30

Technician Nonmember $60

MPA Student Member $15

Student Nonmember $30

 

AGENDA

A LIVE Virtual Meeting Delivered by Webinar Offering 5.0 Hours of Credit

 

9-10 a.m. – DRUG SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY ACT AND COUNTERFEIT DRUGS

Ilisa Bernstein, Pharm.D., JD, senior vice president, pharmacy practice and government affairs, American Pharmacists Association, North Bethesda, Md. and  Shabbir Imber Safdar, executive director, Partnership for Safe Medicines, San Francisco, Calif.

 

10-10:10 a.m. – BREAK

 

10:10-11:10 a.m. – FDA AND HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY COMPOUNDING

Rosilend Lawson, branch chief, Division of Compounding Policy and Outreach, Office of Compounding Quality and Compliance, US Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, Md. and Tom Kraus, vice president, government relations, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Washington, D.C.

 

11:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m. – PHARMACY LAW AND ETHICS UPDATE

Kim Sveska, R.Ph., JD, principle, lawyer, Foley, Baron, Metzger & Juip, Milford, Mich.

 

12:20-1 p.m. – LUNCH BREAK

 

1-2 p.m. – DEA OVERVIEW: METHODS OF DIVERSION AND DRUG TRENDS

Kathy Federico, diversion program manager, Drug Enforcement Agency, Detroit, Mich.

 

2-2:10 p.m. – BREAK

 

2:10–3:10 p.m. – PHARMACY LAW AND REGULATORY UPDATE

Farah Jalloul, Pharm.D., director of professional development, Michigan Pharmacists Association, Lansing, Mich. and Brian Sapita, manager of government affairs, Michigan Pharmacists Association, Lansing, Mich.

 

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this activity, participants should be able to:

1. Discuss the Drug Chain Security Act and the pharmacist’s role.

2. Explain how pharmacists can protect patients from getting substandard and counterfeit drugs.

3. Identify changes to Michigan Administrative rules related to ethics effecting pharmacy professionals.

4. Discuss Food and Drug Administration compounding and compounding within a health-system pharmacy practice.

5. Discuss the Controlled Substances Act and its implementing regulations regarding controlled substance prescriptions.

6. Discuss relevant changes to pharmacy law and policy taking effect in 2021 and how to be in compliance. 

 

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

Refunds (minus a $20 administrative fee) will be granted for cancellations received in writing (postmark or fax date) by April 25, 2021. Cancellations received after April 25, 2021, no-shows or changes made to registrations onsite will not be refunded. Refunds will not be provided for inclement weather, nor will refunds be given for registration errors caused by the participant. Refund requests should be sent to MPA Director of Education Mary Farrington.