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Onondaga CE - 6 Hours of Continuing Education
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When: Saturday, October 20, 2018
8:30 AM
Where: Barbagallo's Banquet Hall
6344 East Molloy Road
East Syracuse, New York  13057
United States

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Saturday, October 20, 2018

Barbagallo’s Banquet Hall, 6344 East Molloy Road, East Syracuse, NY 13057


Registration/breakfast: 8:30 AM

CE Activity: 9:00 – Noon

Lunch: 12:00 PM
CE Activity: 12:30 – 3:30 PM

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Karl Fiebelkorn, RPh, MBA Senior Associate Dean for Student, Professional & Community Affairs, University at Buffalo


Registration is required. Register online at under Calendar of Events for this continuing education program. Registration deadline is October 15th

Pharmacy Law Update Fall 2018

At the end of this activity the attendee will:

  • Identify upcoming legislative issues and their potential pharmacy practice in New York State.  This would include such topics as provider status, technician certification and pharmacy-intern immunization privileges. 
  •  Discuss the present-day opioid epidemic nationally and in New York State including the NYS Opioid Stewardship Act of 2018
  • Summarize current regulations concerning electronic prescribing in New York State.
  • Explain requirements for immunizations using auxiliary personnel.
  • Review updated regulations concerning controlled substances including Medical Marijuana.
  • Describe the necessary requirements for Collaborative Drug Therapy Management and its role in clinical pharmacy practice.

Target Audience: Pharmacists ∙ This program is approved for 0.3 CEU

UAN: 0134-0000-18-163-L03-P/T

Knowledge-Based Activity

Pharmacists Responsibility for Patient Safety and Proper Medication Distribution

At the end of this activity the attendee will:

  • Discuss the frequency of occurrence of medication errors and the estimated costs to the health care system in the United States.
  • Define medication errors, and common types and causes that occur in pharmacies.
  • Review the risk factors associated with common errors including, but not limited to health literary.
  • Describe inattentional blindness and ways to avoid medication errors.
  • Recognize common errors in electronic and computer prescriber order entry and the effects on medications errors.
  • Discuss the Just Culture program and its effects on pharmacy.
  • Identify reference sources available to pharmacists for more information.

Target Audience: Pharmacists

This program is approved for 0.3 CEU

UAN: 0134-0000-18-162-L05-P/T


New York State of Health-system Pharmacists is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.