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2017 DVSHP Student Poster Night and Preceptor CE
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When: 11/14/2017
6:00 PM
Where: Thomas Jefferson University, Hamilton Building
Thomas Jefferson University, Hamilton Building
1001 Locust St, Main Lobby
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
United States
Presenter: Margaret Miklich, PharmD, BCACP
Contact: Sejal Patel

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The Delaware Valley Society of Health-System Pharmacists

Established 1938

The Delaware Valley Society of Health-System Pharmacists and Nesbitt School of Pharmacy at Wilkes & Bayhealth are proud to invite you to this knowledge-activity:

DVSHP Student Poster Presentation & CE Preceptor Training

“Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Facilitating Learner Self-Reflection”

Presented by:

Margaret A. Miklich, PharmD, BCACP

Clinical Assistant Professor

Temple University School of Pharmacy

Department of Pharmacy Practice

Philadelphia, PA


 November 14, 2017

Registration and Board Meeting at 5:30 PM (Open to all members)

CE presentation begins at 6:00 PM


Thomas Jefferson University, Hamilton Building

1001 Locust St, Main Lobby

Philadelphia, PA 19107

Link to register:


Successful completion requires evaluation of each session attended. The evaluation form must be completed and returned at the conclusion of the program. NABP ID number and date of birth (MM/DD only) are required to receive credit for the program.  Further information can be obtained at


Registrations received end of Business Day on November 6, 2017 will be “Standby” subject to available space.  


**FOR Those Staying for CE Event**

Cost for DVSHP and Bux-Mont Members are free. Non-DVSHP & Non-Bux-Mont Members will cost $35 per person. You can pay with cash or check (made out to: DVSHP) at the event. Refunds are not necessary as pre-event payment is not set up at this time.


To cancel, contact Sejal Patel via email at AT LEAST 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Objectives for Pharmacists:


 Upon completion of this seminar the pharmacist preceptor will be able to:

1.     Outline the framework of the reflective process.

2.     Construct probing questions to facilitate learner self-reflections when given a case-based scenario.

3.     Evaluate the quality and completeness of a feedback conversation when given a case-based scenario.



Poster Titles

·      Development of a pharmacy student partnership with a department of pharmacy to support a medication reconciliation process in an acute rehabilitation process.

·      Improving Medication Use for Project HOME Residents in an Urban Setting

·      Utilizing Pharmacy Expertise to Lead Medication Reconciliation and Discharge Programs for Improved Patient Safety

·      Accessing the safety and efficacy of direct acting antivirals for the treatment of hepatitis C in immunosuppressed transplant patients

·      Evaluating the treatment response of treatment experienced Hepatitis C patients at Temple University Hospital

·      Acute psychosis induced by ropinirole therapy

·      Vitamin K induced hypotension: a case report

·      Pregabalin withdrawal: a case report

·      Utilization of Clinical Pharmacists in Secondary Stroke Prevention

·      Evaluation of the appropriateness of ceftriaxone at Temple University Hospital

·      Evaluation of heparin anticoagulation in extracorporeal membrane oxygenation

·      Vancomycin: Drug Use Evaluation

·      Vancomycin-induced nephrotoxicity: a case study

·      Evaluation of Inpatient Darbepoetin Use for Anemia of Chronic Kidney Disease at a Large Academic Medical Center

·      Evaluation of Anticoagulation Reversal with a 4-Factor Prothrombin Complex Concentrate Protocol

·      Daptomycin/ceftaroline in combination for the treatment of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia

·      Avoidable parenteral nutrition utilization and subsequent complications at an academic medical center

·      Evaluation of parenteral nutrition waste at an academic medical center

·      Daptomycin-Induced Eosinophilic Pneumonia Complicated by Steroid Induced Psychosis

·      Students’ impact on transitions of care in patients with asthma and COPD

·      Prescribing and Dispensing Habits of Naloxone in Native American Patients Taking C-II Opioid Analgesics at Crownpoint Healthcare Facility

·      Evaluation of Metabolic Monitoring in Veterans Prescribed Anti-psychotics

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The Pennsylvania Society of Health-System Pharmacists (PSHP) is approved by the American Council on Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmaceutical education that complies with the Criteria for Quality for continuing pharmaceutical education programming. This program is acceptable for 1 hours (0.1 CEU) of continuing education credit in the states that recognize ACPE providers. Statements of completion of continuing pharmaceutical education will indicate date, hours and CEUs of the program based on the participant's attendance. Statements of credit will be provided to participants immediately after they complete an online evaluation form.






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