When: Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Where: Banchetti Banquet Hall, 550 North French Road, Amherst, NY 14228
6:00 PM Registration
6:15 PM Hot Buffet
Presenter: Mark Hicar, MD, Pediatric Infectious Disease, Assistant Professor, UBMD Pediatrics
Target Audience: Pharmacists and student pharmacists in all practice settings.
At the completion of the BBP activity, the participant will be able to:
· Relate influenza epidemiology from 2017-18 season to current recommendations;
· Describe the recommendations and differences between the available shingle vaccines;
· Describe the benefits and contraindications to using Tdap and Td;
· Identify online resources for vaccine information.
ACPE 0170-9999-18-071-L01-P / Activity Type: Knowledge / Program release date: 9/25/2018 / 2 Contact Hours
The Pharmacists Society of the State of New York is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
To receive credit for this program participant must sign an attendance sheet and complete the on-line survey / evaluation within 7 days.
Fees: __ $ 25.00 for Members of PAWNY
__ $ 35.00 for Members of NCPA & ASCP
__ $100.00 All Others
__ $ 25.00 SPAWNY
__ $ 30.00 Non-SPAWNY
TO REGISTER: www.pssny.org and look under calendar of events or by mail: PSSNY, 210 Washington Ave. Ext., Albany, NY 12203 or fax with credit card information 518.464.0618
Phone & Fax:_______________________________________________________________
Credit Card: _________________________ Exp. Date: __________ Security Code: _______
Please note: Any pharmacist wishing to be on PAWNY’s Standing Orders for Immunization must:
> Become a member of PAWNY
> Be in a county contiguous with Erie County
> Have proof of CPR & Blood Borne Pathogen certification
> Carry proper insurance
> Be properly certified as an immunizer
> Must attend our annual CE Immunization Update with Commissioner Dr. Burstein and Dr. Hicar 9/25/2018.
For information regarding standing orders please contact Lynn and/or Dennis at 716-564-0860 / 716-863-1767