Friday, April 26, 2024

2:00 – 3:00 pm (General Session)
Poster to Podium Session

1. Vy Nguyen-Tran: Population Health & Quality Improvement Pharmacy Practices in Oregon

Vy Nguyen-Tran, MBA
Oregon State University | Oregon Health & Science University, PharmD Candidate

Vy Nguyen-Tran recently earned her MBA and will be graduating with her PharmD from Oregon State University & Oregon State Health & Science University College of Pharmacy this year. Vy is passionate about health equity, environmental stewardship, and quality improvement, and plans to pursue them in managed care. When not working at Kaiser Permanente Northwest as an outpatient intern or studying for licensure, Vy enjoys learning to roller skate and completing Duolingo quests with their mom.

2. Justin Donat:  AUC Vancomycin Monitoring
Justin Donat, PharmD, MBA, MS
Providence Health & Services, PGY-2 Resident in Health-System Pharmacy Administration & Leadership

Justin Donat is a PGY-2 resident in Health-System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership at Providence Portland Medical Center. He completed his PharmD at Oregon State University / Oregon Health & Science University in 2022. His professional interests include operations management, antimicrobial stewardship, supply chain management, and informatics. This poster-to-podium presentation is a summary of his PGY-1 residency major project, completed at Providence Portland Medical Center in 2023, under the preceptorship of
Greg Tallman and Brent Footer.

3. Bryce Ashby: SGLT2 Inhibitors and the risk of GU infections at A1c >10% 

Bryce Ashby, PharmD
Legacy Health, Clinical Pharmacist

Dr. Ashby earned his Doctorate of Pharmacy from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, UT. He completed his PGY1 residency at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver, WA and his PGY2 residency in Ambulatory Care at Legacy Health. He currently works as a clinic-based ambulatory care pharmacist at the Legacy Firwood clinic in Sandy, OR managing multiple chronic disease states under Clinical Pharmacy Agreements. Prior to his career in pharmacy, he worked as a bench scientist performing mass spectrometry in a bioanalytical contract research lab. In his time outside of pharmacy, he enjoys time spent outdoors, mountain biking, and making memories with his wife and 3 kids.

4. Kalina Rivera: Pharmacist-led patient interventions and its effects on decreasing inappropriate aspirin use in high bleed-risk individuals

Kalina Mishel Rivera, PharmD
Legacy Health, PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Kalina Rivera, PharmD is the PGY1 pharmacy resident at Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center. She graduated from Pacific University School of Pharmacy in 2023 and will be continuing her residency training with Legacy Health in their PGY2 Ambulatory Care program later this year.

3:10 - 5:10 pm (General Session) 
Precepting: Challenging Issues and Giving and Receiving Feedback
Presented by Susan M. Stein, Dana Hammer, and Maddie Fry

Susan M. Stein, DHEd, MS, RPh, FNAP, FOSHP
Pacific University, Professor Emeritus & SMSC, LLC Managing Member
 Dr. Susan M. Stein received her DHEd from A.T. Still University, MS in pharmaceutical sciences and BS in pharmacy from the University of Wisconsin. She is the managing member of Susan M. Stein Consulting, LLC and Professor Emeritus at Pacific University School of Pharmacy. She has served in the Vice Provost’s Office, Director of Interprofessional Education & Practice, Dean of the School of Pharmacy, and Director of Experiential Education. She specializes in assessment, curricular design/revision, faculty and leadership development, and interprofessional education. Dr. Stein serves on multiple boards and as an accreditation

Danna Hammer, RPh, MS, PhD, FNAP
University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy, Senior Instructor and Faculty Lead for Student Professional Development
 A graduate of Oregon State and Purdue Universities, Dana Hammer has been a practicing pharmacist for over 30 years in hospital and independent community pharmacies. She holds faculty appointments at the Universities of Colorado and Washington, and in her academic career she has served as a creator or director for several programs including pharmacy skills labs, teacher education for residents/graduate students/faculty, and a community pharmacy residency. She has authored articles and book chapters in pharmacy and health professions education, and provides faculty and preceptor development workshops nationally and internationally. In her current capacity as a remote faculty member for the University of Colorado, Dana oversees the School’s co-curriculum, operated out of the Office of Experiential Programs. She is also a relief pharmacist at an independent pharmacy in her Seattle neighborhood where she helps precept IPPE and APPE students.

Madeline Fry, BCACP
Pacific University School of Pharmacy
Maddie Fry is Associate Professor and Assistant Dean for Experiential Education at Pacific University School of Pharmacy. She graduated from Pacific University with her PharmD in 2014. She then completed her PGY-1 general practice residency at Roseburg VA Medical Center in Roseburg, Oregon and her PGY-2 in ambulatory care at CareOregon in Portland, Oregon. Maddie practiced until 2020 at a local family medicine clinic as an ambulatory care pharmacist and faculty member with PUSOP in Hillsboro, Oregon. Since January 2020 she has been administering the experiential program at Pacific while continuing teaching in the areas of leadership and experiential education. Her research interests are in the area of experiential learning assessment where she has recently presented at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting on building assessments that are focused on learning in experiential learning environments.

Saturday, April 27, 2024

8:30 - 9:30 am (General Session / Opening Session)
Addressing the decline in pharmacy school enrollment rates and how that will translate to future practice. 
Presented by Juancho Ramirez, Samantha Muir, Andrew Jarrell, Katie Yabut, and Brandon Nuziale 

Juancho Ramirez, PharmD
OSU College of Pharmacy
 Dr. Juancho Ramirez is the Associate Dean for Student Success at Oregon State University College of Pharmacy. He received his Pharm.D. from the University of Southern California School of Pharmacy and has extensive pharmacy operations, human resource management, and academic leadership experiences from his 25-plus-year career in pharmacy. His scholarly interests are in the topics of experiential education, interprofessional education, and pharmacy's role in emergency preparedness.

Samantha Muir, PharmD, BCPS
Sky Lakes Medical Center, Residency Program Director, Retail Pharmacy Manager
Samantha Muir is the Residency Program Director and Retail Pharmacy Manager at Sky Lakes Medical Center.  Sam started with Sky Lakes as a pharmacy courier 22 years ago and strives to be the longest employee in their history.  She earned her PharmD from Oregon State University (go Beavs).   Sam enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and running.

Andrew Jarrell, PharmD, BCCCP
Providence St. Vincent Medical Center - Manager, Clinical Pharmacy Services; Residency Program Director, PGY1 Pharmacy
Andrew Jarrell is the Manager of Clinical Pharmacy Services at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center and the PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program. Director for Providence St. Vincent and Portland Medical Centers. He earned his PharmD from the University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy. He completed his PGY1 Pharmacy residency at UC San Diego Health System and his PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy residency at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and Regional Medical Center at Memphis. Prior to moving into Pharmacy leadership, he practiced in critical care at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and OHSU for 8 years. Outside of work, he enjoys hiking, coffee, breweries, donuts, and hanging out with his husband and dog.

Katie Yabut, PharmD, BCPS
Legacy Health Clinical Pharmacy Manager and Residency Program Director
Katie is the clinical manager at Legacy Mt. Hood and residency program director for the system.

Brandon Nuziale, PharmD, BCACP
Pacific University School of Pharmacy, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Brandon Nuziale currently serves as the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Associate Professor for Pacific University School of Pharmacy. Brandon joined Pacific in 2015 to complete a PGY-2 in Ambulatory Care and Academia, and stayed with Pacific after residency as a full time faculty member. As a board certified ambulatory care pharmacist, he practiced at Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center up until 2021 when taking his current role as a member of the School of Pharmacy's executive team in an interim role which became a permanent appointment in March 2023. Prior to serving the Office of Student Affairs, he served as the Director of Introductory Pharmacy Practice experiences and taught primarily in the pharmacy skills lab series. He currently has much of his teaching at the School of Pharmacy focused in personal and professional development and mentorship. As the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs he provides oversight to the School of Pharmacy admissions, student progression and the overarching student experience including student organizations and professional service.

9:45 - 10:45 am (General Session)
Gender Diversity and Providing Culturally Competent Transgender Health Services
Presented by Rook Bartz
Rook Bartz, RN, BSN
Legacy Health; Program Manager, Gender & Sexual Health
Rook Bartz, RN BSN is a registered nurse with 20 years of experience in trauma and emergency care, 15 years as a forensic nurse examiner, and 5 years as a Level I trauma center injury and violence prevention program coordinator. He is an accomplished author, peer reviewer, speaker, and educator with decades of experience delivering educational training seminars to adults of many different professions and experience. Currently, he is the sexual and gender health Program Manager for Legacy Health in Portland, OR. He presents often to large audiences using motivational, empowering, and impassioned methods to prioritize health equity for all.

2:00 - 3:00 pm (Track A)
Beyond the ABC's: A Review of Pharmacotherapeutic Options for Adiposity-Based 
Chronic Disease
Presented by Rachel Chlasta and Jessica Potter

Rachel Chlasta, PharmD, BCACP, CDCES
Legacy Health, Clinical Pharmacist- Endocrinology and Population Health
Dr. Rachel Chlasta received her Doctor of Pharmacy from Belmont University College of Pharmacy in Nashville, TN. She completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, WA, followed by a PGY2 Transitions of Care Pharmacy Residency with Legacy Health in Portland, OR. Dr. Chlasta is a Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist and Diabetes Care and Education Specialist and currently works as an ambulatory care pharmacist in endocrinology and population health at Legacy Health. She has a passion for teaching and training pharmacy residents and students and is Legacy Health’s PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency Program Director. Jessica Potter is a board-certified ambulatory care pharmacist at Legacy Medical Group Westside Internal Medicine. Jessica completed her PharmD at Ferris State University and a general PGY-1 residency in Michigan. She moved to Portland, OR to complete her PGY-2 ambulatory care residency with Legacy Health and has remained on the clinical pharmacy team since her residency. Jessica’s clinical interests include type 2 diabetes, obesity, preventative care, infectious diseases, and academia.

Jessica Potter, PharmD, BCACP
Legacy Medical Group, Ambulatory Care Pharmacist
Jessica Potter is a board-certified ambulatory care pharmacist at Legacy Medical Group Westside Internal Medicine. Jessica completed her PharmD at Ferris State University and a general PGY-1 residency in Michigan. She moved to Portland, OR to complete her PGY-2 ambulatory care residency with Legacy Health and has remained on the clinical pharmacy team since her residency. Jessica’s clinical interests include type 2 diabetes, obesity, preventative care, infectious diseases, and academia

2:00 - 3:00 pm (Track B) 
Hepatitis C Treatment and Beyond: Updates and Future Directions
Presented by Young Yoon Ham

YoungYoon Ham, PharmD BCIDP
Oregon Health & Science University - Infectious diseases and Allergy pharmacist
YoungYoon Ham, PharmD BCIDP, received her PharmD from Oregon State University/Oregon Health & Science University(OHSU) before completing her PGY1 year at Legacy Health and Infectious Disease PGY2 year at OHSU. She currently works at OHSU as an ID/Abx allergy pharmacist and loves quality improvement projects that aren't quite impossible.

3:05 - 4:05 (Track A)

Neuropsychiatric Complications of B Vitamin Deficiencies
Presented by Marketa Marvanova

Dr. Marvanova serves as Professor and Dean of Pacific University School of Pharmacy in Hillsboro, Oregon. She is Board-Certified Psychiatric and Geriatric Pharmacist and Fellow of the ASCP. She has completed M.S. (Pharm), Pharm.D. and Ph.D. (Pathological Neurobiochemistry) degrees from the Charles University (Czech Republic) as well as a Ph.D. (Neuropharmacology) from the University of Eastern Finland. She also completed a medical research fellowship in neuropharmacology at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and a Parkinson’s disease traineeship at Northwestern University. Her clinical expertise is geriatrics and neuropsychiatry and she has practiced in a variety of inpatient and outpatient team-based clinical settings. Since 2013, she has served on the editorial board for Continuum: Life-long Learning in Neurology (American Academy of Neurology) and also serves as a clinical pharmacy specialist consultant in neurology and psychiatry for Lexicomp, Wolters Kluwer. As a clinician, educator, scholar, and servant, she focuses her passion and efforts to the enhancing training in geriatrics and neuropsychiatry and improving health outcomes for older adults.

3:05 - 4:05 (Track A)
Artificial Intelligence and ChatGPT: Effects on Pharmacy Practice
Presented by Stacey Olstad

Stacey Olstad, PharmD, MBA
Oregon State University Instructor in Pharmacy Practice
Dr. Stacey Olstad spent 10 years in health-system pharmacy after graduation. First as a clinical pharmacist and then developing and coordinating a system-wide, pharmacy-driven medication reconciliation program and a bedside discharge prescription program (a.k.a., meds-to-beds) as part of broader transitions-of-care efforts. As part of these efforts, Dr. Olstad created an experiential rotation in medication reconciliation that became part of introductory pharmacy practice experiences (IPPEs) for second-year PharmD students at Oregon State University. She was formally recognized as the College’s Preceptor of the Year in 2016 for these efforts. Dr. Olstad joined the OSU College of Pharmacy faculty in 2019 to oversee the co-curricular program. She plays a significant role in supporting student programming by advising or co-advising many of the student professional organizations including the Student Executive Council, the American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists (ASHP) Student society, the American Pharmacists Association – Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) and the National Community Pharmacy Association (NCPA) Student Chapter. Dr. Olstad has been on the board of OSHP since 2020 as the membership co-chair. Dr. Olstad is also actively engaged in other courses focused on professionalism, leadership, and career development. Her academic journey includes earning an MBA in data analytics and utilizing AI and ChatGPT for the development of a pharmacy law course in the fall of 2023.

 4:10 - 5:10 pm (Track A)
Sugar, We're Going Down: Diabetes and HIV
Presented by Kendall Tucker

Kendall J. Tucker, PharmD, MS, BCPS, BCIDP
Clinical Assistant Professor
Dr. Tucker is a board-certified pharmacotherapy and infectious diseases specialist with a master’s degree in healthcare informatics. He completed a 2-year infectious diseases, epidemiology & outcomes research fellowship at Oregon State University & Oregon Health & Science University. Dr. Tucker also completed PGY1 residency at the University of New Mexico Hospital and a PGY2 residency in infectious diseases at Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center and graduated from pharmacy school at the South Carolina College of Pharmacy at the University of South Carolina. Dr. Tucker’s academic and clinical interests include antimicrobial stewardship, clinical decision support, quality improvement metrics and implementation science.

4:10 - 5:10 pm (Track B)
USP 6 month Check Up
Presented by Jenni Nelson, Shannon Buxell, Cassy Robertson-Binkley

Jenni Nelson, PharmD
Kaiser Westside Medical Center, Inpatient Pharmacy Manager
Jenni Nelson is the Inpatient Pharmacy Manager at Kaiser Westside Medical Center. She also serves as Kaiser's Regional Co-Lead on USP implementation and represents the NW region for the Sterile Compounding Advisory Committee, Master Formulary Committe and National Hazardous Drug Workgroup. She is currently working on becoming Board Certified in Sterile Compounding. Outside of work, she enjoys cooking, hiking, ballroom dancing and keeping up with her 15, 13 and 10 year old kids.

Shannon Buxell, PharmD, MPH, BCSCP
Providence St. Joseph Health-System, Director of Operations & Regulatory, System Pharmacy
Shannon Buxell graduated from Pacific University of Oregon School of Pharmacy and completed 2 years of residency at Oregon Health & Science University, a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency and a PGY2 in Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency. She received her Master of Public Health degree from Dartmouth College. She is board-certified in sterile compounding (BCSCP) and is passionate about sterile compounding and hazardous drug management. In her professional role, Shannon serves as System Pharmacy Director of Pharmacy Operations & Regulatory for the Providence St. Joseph Health System. In this role, she participates in various compliance and regulatory related initiatives, including oversight of the PSJH system USP Compounding Committee, facilitating the PSJH hazardous drug handling program, coordinating the controlled substance diversion prevention program, and Drug Supply Chain Security compliance (to name a few).

Cassy Robertson-Binkley, PharmD, MBA, BCPS
Oregon Health & Science University, Inpatient Pharmacy Operations Manager
Cassy Robertson-Binkley is the Inpatient Pharmacy Operations Manager at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) who oversees the sterile and nonsterile compounding operations and compliance. She also serves as the Residency Program Coordinator of the OHSU Health-System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership (HSPAL) residency program. She holds a B.S. in biology from the Metropolitan State University of Denver, a B.S. in Pharmacogenomics from The George Washington University, a MBA from Oregon State University, and a PharmD from Shenandoah University in Virginia. She completed a PGY1/PGY2 HSPAL residency at OHSU in 2020, then served as the Inpatient IV Room supervisor for a year before transitioning to Inpatient Operations Manager. She also carries the duties as the USP 795 and USP 797 Inpatient Designated Person under the updated USP chapter guidelines. She is excited to be joining her colleagues and presenting at OSHP Annual Seminar again this year!


Sunday, April 28, 2024

9:05 – 10:05 am
Addiction Medicine and the IMPACT Group
Presented by Emily Skogrand 

Emily Skogrand, PharmD
Oregon Health & Science University, clinical pharmacist
Emily is a clinical pharmacist at OHSU who specializes in improving care for patients with substance use disorders. She works to educate providers and health systems to adopt evidence based practices and encourages stigma free treatment for hospitalized patients.

10:10 – 11:10 am (General Session)
Medication Safety Debates: Balancing Safety with Operational Perspective
Presented by Jodi Longueil and Debra Viegas

Jodi Longueil, PharmD 
Kaiser Permanente Northwest, Medication Safety Coordinator
Jodi Longueil is a pharmacist in the medication safety department at Kaiser Permanente and a coordinator for all things immunization related. She received her certificate in medication safety from the Institute for Safe Medication Practices and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists in 2020. In her spare time, you'll find Jodi on neighborhood 'hops' with her pet rabbit, Yoshi, or gleefully embarrassing her two teenage kids.

Debra Viegas, RPh
Kaiser Permanente - Coordinator Pharmacy Quality and Medication Safety


11:20 am – 12:20 pm 
Board of Pharmacy Law Update: Inspections & Regulations
Presented by Jennifer Davis and Jane Lee

Jennifer L. Davis, PharmD, MS, BCACP, RPh
Oregon Board of Pharmacy
Dedicated to enhancing patient well-being through informed regulations and best practices, Jennifer Davis serves as Pharmacist Consultant at the Oregon Board of Pharmacy, a role she has held since March 2020. Her diverse career journey at The Kroger Co./Fred Meyer, encompassing positions like On-Call Pharmacist, Pharmacy Manager, and Clinical Coordinator, equipped her with deep understanding of pharmacy operations and patient care. Prior to joining the Board of Pharmacy, she demonstrated leadership as Director of Pharmacy and Residency Program Director at OSU Student Health Services Pharmacy. Jennifer holds a Master's degree in Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy with a focus on regulation and patient safety from the University of Florida, complementing her PGY1 Community-based residency program at the University of Arizona and her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Georgia.

Jane Lee, PharmD, RPh
Oregon Board of Pharmacy Compliance Officer
Jane Lee has been a compliance officer at the Oregon Board of Pharmacy since 2017. Keeping the Board's mission in mind of promoting and protecting public health, safety, and welfare by ensuring high standards in the practice of pharmacy, Jane along with the other compliance officers inspect pharmacies and other drug outlets and conducts investigations. When not inspecting pharmacies, Jane loves spending time with her family and exploring Portland's food scene.