OSHP Annual Seminar 2024 Schedule

*Seminar Schedule Subject to Change.

Friday, April 26, 2024

12:30 - 2:00 pm
Past Presidents Lunch

1:00 – 6:00 pm
Registration Open

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

  1. Vy Nguyen-Tran: Population Health & Quality Improvement Pharmacy Practices in Oregon
  2. Justin Donat:  AUC Vancomycin Monitoring
  3. Bryce Ashby: SGLT2 Inhibitors and the risk of GU infections at A1c >10%
  4. Kalina Rivera: Pharmacist-led patient interventions and its effects on decreasing inappropriate aspirin use in high bleed-risk individuals

3:10 - 5:10 pm (General Session) 
Precepting: Challenging Issues, Giving and Receiving Feedback, and the Entrustment Scale
Presented by Sue Stein, Dana Hammer, and Maddie Fry
This 2-part interactive workshop introduces preceptors to the entrustability scale, a unique way to evaluate provide feedback on learner progress. Participates will gain experience using this scale with mock scenarios. Participants will also discuss challenges with learners in the workplace and strategize methods to mitigate those challenges.

5:30 – 7:00 pm
Welcome Reception with Exhibitors
Join fellow OSHP attendees for this fun event featuring great food and drink, and even better networking. Don’t miss this opportunity to catch up with old friends and meet new ones from across the region.

7:00 - 9:00 pm
OSU College of Pharmacy Alumni & Friends Social

Saturday, April 27, 2024

7:00 am – 5:30 pm
Registration Open

7:00 - 8:00 am
Gary Clausen Memorial 2-mile Run/Walk (optional)
We challenge you to dig out your running shoes and headbands and wake up with us with a short run (or walk)!  This free event is for all OSHP Annual Seminar attendees and honors Gary Lee Clausen, a former OSHP President and avid runner who repeatedly won this annual event. Prizes will be awarded to the top male and female finishers (but don’t let that keep you from running)! Start your Saturday morning off right and get energized for a fun-filled day of learning and networking *Please indicate by name above if any are under the age of 13 years. Pre-registration is required.

8:00 - 8:30 am
Continental Breakfast with Exhibits

8:00 - 8:30 am
Annual Seminar Welcome Session for New Conference Attendees (Led by Membership Council)

New to OSHP? First-time attendee? Join us for an overview of the seminar schedule, explore the seminar app, meet the staff and OSHP leadership. Hear from OSHP experts about the various tracks and what you can expect during evening events as we welcome you into the OSHP family.

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 
Pharmacy school enrollment and as a result pharmacy residency application rates have declined over the past several years. Pharmacists and all preceptors will need to determine how to address the decreased enrollment, identify strategies needed to support our current learners and continue to promote the pharmacy profession as a vibrant, thriving and evolving profession for students seeking to enter health professions. A panel of residency program directors and pharmacists that are highly involved in student success at college of pharmacies will provide insight into the changing landscape and discuss how this will translate to future practices.

9:30 - 9:45 am
Break with Exhibitors

9:45 - 10:45 am (General Session)
Gender Diversity and Providing Culturally Competent Transgender Health Services
Presented by Rook Bartz, RN 
Gender Diversity and Providing Culturally Competent Transgender Health Services

10:45 am - 12:00 pm
Exhibits Open

12:00 – 1:00 pm
Lunch Buffet w/ Officer Installations, Fun Run Winners, Fellow Recognition

1:00 - 2:00 pm
OSHP Section Networking  
Meet and network with colleagues who share your professional interests. Sections include  Ambulatory Care, Management, Informatics/Technology/Research, Inpatient Practitioners/Clinical Specialists.

1:00 - 2:00 pm
Poster Session
Network with colleagues, learn about practice changes and share results of new initiatives during the judged poster display. Prizes are offered for students and resident/practitioner categories – stop by and support the efforts. 

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 Jess Potter
The number of adults with obesity/adiposity-based chronic disease (ABCD) continues to rise dramatically, with a prevalence of over 40% of adults in the United States currently classified as obese per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This presentation will provide evidence-based updates regarding pharmacological management of ABCD in various populations, including individuals with diabetes and those without. The presentation will highlight efficacy and safety data and cost considerations for medications approved for weight management.

2:00 - 3:00 pm (Track B) 
Hepatitis C Treatment and Beyond: Updates and Future Directions

Presented by Young Yoon Ham
A review of updates in testing and treatment of hepatitis C in the last few years will be provided. Data presented will include recent innovations in identifying and providing social support for these patients to successfully treat what is often a challenging population. In addition, transitions of care issues from inpatient to outpatient therapy will be discussed.

3:05 - 4:05 (Track A)
Neuropsychiatric Complications of B Vitamin Deficiencies
Presented by Marketa Marvanova
Bariatric surgery is increasingly and successfully applied for the treatment of morbid obesity. It is commonly associated with nutritional deficiencies, including significant reduction in levels of vitamins B1, B12 an folic acid. In addition, other changes to gastrointestinal tract, alcoholism, medications or various genetic mutations can also increase risk for vitamin B deficiency. Neuropsychiatric sequelae are common manifestations related to deficiency of various B vitamins as they can significantly impact function of the nervous system. These clinical manifestations can include depression, confusion, neurocognitive changes and encephalopathy, psychosis, confabulations, oculomotor dysfunction, paresthesia, peripheral and optic neuropathy and myopathy/myeloneuropathy, and issues with gait and ataxia.

3:05 - 4:05 (Track B)
Artificial Intelligence and ChatGPT: Effects on Pharmacy Practice
Presented by Stacey Olstad
Join us for a compelling presentation on AI and ChatGPT: Revolutionizing Pharmacy Practice. Discover how ChatGPT, a state-of-the-art language model by OpenAI, is transforming the way health-system pharmacists access drug information, educate patients, and engage in lifelong learning. This session will highlight the practical applications of ChatGPT in pharmacy, offering insights into its potential to streamline processes and enhance patient care. Don't miss this opportunity to explore the future of pharmacy technology and its impact on our profession.

4:10 - 5:10 pm (Track A)
Sugar, We're Going Down: Diabetes and HIV
Presented by Kendall Tucker
Diabetes is a significant contributor to mortality in patients living with HIV. Data has shown that 10-year mortality is 3 times greater than those living with HIV alone. The presence of both conditions can lead to complex clinical scenarios requiring multiple medications with the possibility of drug-drug interactions. The goal of this presentation will be to provide a framework for managing diabetes in persons living with HIV.

4:10 - 5:10 pm (Track B)
USP 6 month Check Up
Presented by Jenni Nelson, Shannon Buxell, Cassy Robertson-Binkley
Panel presentation representing various health-systems in the state. Discussing what questions / topics continue to be a challenge 6+ months postimplementation the new USP chapters (focusing on new 797 standards and 800 now being 'enforceable'). Will review a few key topics as well as try to address audience questions. Topics include beyond-use-dating, assessments of risk, and changes in cleaning agents.

6:00 – 8:00 pm
Awards Celebration Banquet
Doors open at 6:00 pm | Dinner served at 6:30 pm

Sunday, April 28, 2024

7:30 – 8:00 AM

8:00 – 9:00 am
Clinical Pearls Session
Join us for a fast-paced clinical pearls session where pharmacy colleagues will provide quick practical tips, ideas, or facts that will be useful in everyday practice.

9:05 – 10:05 am
Addiction Medicine and the IMPACT Group
Presented by Emily Skogrand 
Explore buprenorphine transition methods for hospitalized patients with an opioid use disorder.

10:10 – 11:10 am (General Session)
Medication Safety Debates: Balancing Safety with Operational Perspective
Presented by Jodi Longueil and Debra Viegas 
How does the medication safety agenda impact your operational decisions? In theory, safety is paramount for healthcare leaders, however, incorporating access, affordability and efficiency of operations are critical components of healthcare delivery. Common error reduction strategies will be debated in an effort to find a balance with operational impact.

11:20 am – 12:20 pm 
Board of Pharmacy Law Update: Inspections & Regulations
Presented by Jennifer Davis and Jane Lee
This presentation will provide an overview of what to expect when your pharmacy is inspected and recently proposed or enacted pharmacy laws and rules. Agency staff will detail compliance expectations and current regulations. Leave equipped with knowledge and resources to optimize your practice and prioritize patient safety.

12:20 pm 
Conclusion of the 2024 OSHP Annual Seminar