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1 ANNUAL PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE CONFERENCE The Largest Pharmacy Conference in Canada FEbRUARy 1-5, 2014 CONFÉRENCE ANNUELLE SUR LA PRATIQUE PROFESSIONNELLE Le plus grand congrès en pharmacie au Canada 1-5 FÉvRIER 2014 Final Program Programme final The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel 123 Queen Street West Toronto, ON

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3 What is CSHP 2015? Vision of pharmacy practice excellence in the year 2015 Strategic objective of CSHP s Vision 2014 which aims to improve patient medication outcomes and safety by advancing practice excellence A quality care initiative A project aiming to answer the questions What would make the most difference to our patients? and What will convey the positive contributions of the pharmacist? Six specific goals that will guide practitioners towards the CSHP vision Sub-objectives that include measurable targets with established baselines used to monitor progress, which can be reviewed and revised as practice goals change Qu est-ce que le projet SCPH 2015? Une vision de l excellence en pratique pharmaceutique en l an 2015 Un objectif stratégique de la Vision 2014 de la SCPH, lequel s applique à améliorer les résultats et la sécurité de la pharmacothérapie des patients en faisant avancer l excellence en pratique. Un projet axé sur la qualité des soins Un projet qui vise à répondre aux questions suivantes : «Qu est-ce qui serait le plus profitable pour nos patients? Qu'est ce qui permettrait de communiquer les contributions positives du pharmacien?» Six buts précis qui aideront les pharmaciens à concrétiser la vision de la SCPH Des objectifs sous-jacents qui sont assortis de cibles mesurables nous permettant d'établir un point de référence et de suivre les progrès, et qui pourront être réexaminés et modifiés à mesure que les objectifs et les lignes directrices de la pratique changent CSHP Targeting Excellence in Pharmacy Practice Goals 1Increase 2Increase 3Increase 4 Increase 5Increase 6Increase the extent to which pharmacists help individual hospital inpatients achieve the best use of medications the extent to which pharmacists help individual non-hospitalized patients achieve the best use of medications the extent to which hospital and related healthcare setting pharmacists actively apply evidence-based methods to the improvement of medication therapy the extent to which pharmacy departments in hospitals and related healthcare settings have a significant role in improving the safety of medication use the extent to which hospitals and related healthcare settings apply technology effectively to improve the safety of medication use the extent to which pharmacy departments in hospitals and related healthcare settings engage in public health initiatives on behalf of their communities To get started on CSHP 2015 now, go to CSHP s website at There you will find the complete list of goals and objectives, a self-assessment tool, presentations and more. *CSHP 2015 was adapted with permission from the ASHP 2015 Initiative. SCPH Point de mire sur l excellence en pratique pharmaceutique Buts 1 Accroître le degré d'intervention des pharmaciens auprès de chaque patient hospitalisé afin d'assurer l'utilisation optimale des médicaments. 2Accroître le degré d'intervention des pharmaciens auprès de la clientèle non hospitalisée afin d'assurer une utilisation optimale des médicaments. 3Étendre l'application du principe des décisions fondées sur les preuves à la pratique clinique quotidienne des pharmaciens des établissements de santé dans le but d'améliorer la pharmacothérapie 4Accroître le rôle joué par les départements de pharmacie des établissements de santé dans l'amélioration de l'utilisation sécuritaire des médicaments. 5Étendre l'application efficace des technologies dans les départements de pharmacie des établissements de santé pour améliorer l'utilisation sécuritaire des médicaments. 6Accroître le degré d'intervention des départements de pharmacie des établissements de santé dans la mise en oeuvre d'initiatives de santé publique. Pour vous engager dès maintenant dans le projet SCPH 2015, visitez le site Web de la SCPH au Vous y trouverez une liste complète des buts et des objectifs du projet, un outil d autoévaluation, des présentations et d'autres renseignements. *Le projet SCPH 2015 est une adaptation approuvée de l ASHP 2015 Initiative.

4 Dear Colleague, On behalf of the Officers, Council and staff of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists (CSHP), it is our pleasure to welcome you to CSHP s 45th Annual Professional Practice Conference. Over the last 10 months, CSHP s Educational Services Committee has worked hard to assemble an impressive faculty of pharmacy specialists and develop a program of exceptional educational value with topics covering a wide range of specialties, management issues and pharmacy practice-related challenges. This conference is designed to maximize your opportunities for professional development, networking and socializing with practitioners from across the country. It is our hope that you are able to take full advantage of the 2014 offerings and enjoy yourself in the process. At any time throughout the conference, the Officers and staff of CSHP are available to you. Please let us know if we can answer any of your questions, address any of your concerns or be of assistance in any way. We look forward to welcoming each of you to another spectacular conference. Thank you for your ongoing support of CSHP! Patricia Macgregor bsc, RPh, MRPharmS, MHSc, CHE CSHP President Myrella Roy bscphm, PharmD, FCCP Executive Director 4

5 Chères (Chers) collègues, Au nom de la Direction, du Conseil et du personnel de la Société canadienne des pharmaciens d hôpitaux (SCPH), nous avons le plaisir de vous souhaiter la bienvenue à la 45 e Conférence annuelle sur la pratique professionnelle de la SCPH. Au cours des dix derniers mois, le comité des services éducatifs de la SCPH s est affairé à rassembler un groupe impressionnant de conférenciers spécialisés en pharmacie et à vous préparer un programme d une valeur éducative exceptionnelle avec des sujets touchant un large éventail de spécialités, de questions relatives à la gestion et de défis posés à la pratique pharmaceutique. Ce congrès est destiné à maximiser les possibilités de perfectionnement professionnel, de réseautage et de rencontre avec d autres praticiens de toutes les régions du pays. Nous espérons que vous pourrez tirer pleinement profit de ce que nous vous offrons en 2014 tout en vous divertissant. Nous vous rappelons qu au cours du congrès, la Direction et le personnel de la SCPH seront à votre entière disposition. Nous ferons tout en notre pouvoir pour répondre à vos questions, discuter des sujets qui vous préoccupent et vous aider au besoin de quelques manières que ce soit. Nous sommes impatients de vous accueillir à cet autre congrès exceptionnel et vous remercions de votre appui soutenu à la SCPH. Patricia Macgregor Myrella Roy b. Sc., R. Ph., M. R. Pharm. S., b. Sc. Phm., Pharm. D., FCCP M. H. Sc., C.H.E. Directrice générale Présidente de la SCPH 5

6 Table of Contents Executive, Council and Staff Table des matières Bureau de direction, Conseil et Personnel Executive Committee bureau de direction 7 Council Conseil 7 CSHP Staff Personnel de la SCPH 7 With Thanks Remerciements CSHP Industry Corporate Members Entreprises membres du secteur de l industrie 8 CSHP Hospital Corporate Members Entreprises membres du secteur hospitalier 8 CSHP Sponsors 2013 Commanditaires de la SCPH en Conference Information Information sur la conférence Upcoming Events Événements à venir 11 Satellite Symposiums Symposiums satellites 11 CSHP Educational Services Committee Comité des services éducatifs 12 Program Programme Program of Events Programme des événements 13 Speakers Abstracts Résumés des conférenciers 19 SES 2014 Call for Abstracts Demande de résumés pour les SÉÉ Oral Presentations Présentations orales 42 Poster Abstracts Résumés des affiches 44 Poster Abstract Reviewers Réviseurs des présentations par affiches 68 CSHP Fellows Associés de la SCPH 69 Faculty Conférenciers 72 Exhibitor List Liste des exposants 73 6

7 Executive Committee Bureau de direction President Présidente Patricia Macgregor The Hospital for Sick Children Toronto, ON President Elect Président désigné bruce Millin Fraser Health Authority Langley, bc Past President Président sortant Doug Sellinger Regina Qu Appelle Health Region Regina, SK Director of Finance Directrice des finances Deborah Emery Thunder bay Regional Health Sciences Centre Thunder bay, ON Executive Director Directrice générale Myrella Roy Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists Société canadienne des pharmaciens d hôpitaux Ottawa, ON Council Conseil British Columbia Colombie-Britannique Shirin Abadi bc Cancer Agency vancouver, bc Alberta Sherilyn Houle University of Alberta Edmonton, Ab Saskatchewan Zack Dumont Regina Qu Appelle Health Region Regina, SK Manitoba Pat Trozzo CancerCare Manitoba Winnipeg, Mb Ontario Senior/Principal Mario bédard The Ottawa Hospital Ottawa, ON Ontario Junior/Débutante Christina Adams Northwest Telepharmacy Solutions Pembroke, ON Quebec Québec Diem vo Hôpital Pierre-boucher Longueuil, QC New Brunswick Nouveau-Brunswick Faith Louis Horizon Health Network Fredericton, Nb Nova Scotia Nouvelle-Écosse Theresa Hurley QEII Health Sciences Centre Halifax, NS Prince Edward Island Île-du-Prince-Édouard Amy Cheverie Kings County Memorial Hospital Montague, PE Newfoundland and Labrador Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador Justin Peddle Memorial University St. John s, NL Student Delegate Déléguée des étudiants Jaskiran Otal University of Waterloo Waterloo, ON CSHP Staff Personnel de la SCPH Executive Director Directrice générale Myrella Roy Operations Manager (on leave) Gérante des opérations (en congé) Laurie Frid Interim Operations Manager Gérante des opérations par intérim Desarae Davidson Coordinator, Professional & Membership Affairs Coordonnatrice, Affaires professionnelles et service aux membres Cathy Lyder Executive Assistant Adjointe de direction Rosemary Pantalone Interim Conference & PSN Administrator Agente par intérim des congrès et des RSP Susan Maslin Membership & Awards Administrator Agente du service aux membres et des prix Robyn Rockwell CHPRB Administrator Agente du CCRPH Gloria Day Finance Administrator Agente des finances Anna Dudek Publications Administrator Agente des publications Colleen Drake Web Administrator Agente du Web Olga Chrzanowska Ontario Branch & Advocacy Administrator Agente de la section de l Ontario et de la valorisation vacant Office Administrator (CSHP 2015 & Board of Fellows) Agente de bureau (SCPH 2015 et Conseil des associés) Pamela Saunders CSHP 2015 Project Coordinator Coordonnatrice du projet SCPH 2015 Carolyn bornstein CSHP Foundation Administrator Agente de la Fondation de la SCPH Janet Lett 7

8 CSHP Industry Corporate Members (At time of printing) Entreprises membres du secteur de l industrie (au moment de l impression) CSHP Hospital Corporate Members (At time of printing) Entreprises membres du secteur hospitalier (au moment de l impression) Alveda Pharmaceuticals Inc. AstraZeneca Canada Inc. baxter Corporation (Canada) bayer Inc. bce Pharma biosyent Pharma Inc. Eli Lilly Canada Inc. Galenova Inc. Alberta Health Services Horizon Health Network Interior Health Authority London Health Sciences Centre Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services Northern Health Authority Northwest Telepharmacy Solutions University Health Network Healthmark Services Ltd. Hospira Healthcare Corporation LEO Pharma Inc. McKesson Canada Corporation Mylan Canada Omega Laboratories Ltd. Pendopharm, a Division of Pharmascience Inc. Pfizer Canada Inc. Pharmaceutical Partners of Canada A Company of the Fresenius Kabi Group Sandoz Canada Inc. Servier Canada Inc. SteriMax Inc. TEvA Canada Ltd. 8

9 CSHP Sponsors 2013 The following list reflects all sponsorship received from January 1 to December 31, Commanditaires de la SCPH en 2013 La liste suivante reflète toutes les commandites reçues du premier janvier au 31 décembre Diamond Sponsor Commanditaires diamant $80,000 or greater $ et plus CSHP Targeting Excellence in Pharmacy Practice Platinum Sponsor Commanditaires platine $60,000 - $79,999 Sandoz Canada Inc. Gold Sponsor Commanditaires or $40,000 - $59,999 AstraZeneca Canada Ltd. Hospira Healthcare Corporation Teva Canada Ltd. Silver Sponsor Commanditaires argent $20,000 - $39,999 Apotex Inc. Astellas Pharma Canada bayer Inc. Eli Lilly Canada Inc. Pendopharm/Pharmascience Sanofi Canada Bronze Sponsor Commanditaires bronze $10,000 - $19,999 boehringer-ingelheim Canada Ltd. LEO Pharma Inc. Merck Canada Inc. Mylan Canada Omega Laboratories Limited Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc. SCPH Point de mire sur l excellence en pratique pharmaceutique CSHP would like to acknowledge and thank the following CSHP Sponsors for their contributions to CSHP 2015 initiatives: Donor Sponsor Commanditaires donateurs $ $9,999 Abbott Laboratories Inc. / AbbvIE Allied Pharmacy Products Inc. Alveda Pharmaceuticals Inc. Amgen Canada Inc. b.braun Medical Inc. baxter bce Pharma Inc. biosyent Pharma Inc. bristol-meyers Squibb Canada Calea Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy Canadian Forces Canadian Institute for Health Information Canadian Patient Safety Institute Canadian Pharmaceutical Distribution Network Canadian Pharmacists Association Cardinal Health Canada College of Pharmacists of british Columbia ESbE Scientific Galenova Inc. Healthmark Services Ltd. Health Match bc HealthPRO Hoffman La Roche Limited Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Lexicomp Inc. Lundbeck Canada Inc. Manrex Ltd. McKesson Canada Corporation Medtronic of Canada Meta Healthcare IT Solutions Northern Health Authority Northwest Telepharmacy Solutions Novartis Pharma Canada Novo Nordisk Canada Inc. Omnicell Ontario College of Pharmacists Optimer Pharmaceuticals Otsuka Pharmaceutical Inc. PCCA Canada PharmaSystems Inc. RxFiles Academic Detailing Program Shoppers Drug Mart Specialty Health Servier Canada Inc. SteriMax Inc. Swisslog Healthcare Solutions Truven Health Analytics valeo Pharma WIS International 9

10 About the CSHP Foundation The CSHP Foundation is an independent, charitable organization created by the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists to support research and educational programs that advance patient-centred pharmacy practice in hospitals and related healthcare settings for the betterment of public health. The Foundation raises funds that are used to: Chairperson Carolyn bornstein Trustees Fred Cuvelier Aidan Griffin Heather Neville Marlo Palko Glen Pearson Myrella Roy Terri Schindel promote research within organized healthcare settings related to the practice of pharmacy; the advancement of pharmaceutical science; and programs of pharmaceutical education so that the public interest may be well served and protected. The nine trustees of the Foundation are appointed by Council annually. CSHP Council also appoints one of the trustees as chairperson, who reports to Council. The Foundation operates independently from CSHP in accordance with its Trust Deed. See the CSHP Foundation video on youtube Read the CSHP Foundation Fact Sheet view the CSHP Foundation 25th Anniversary Presentation, Fundraising In order to accomplish its goals, the Foundation seeks funding from a variety of sources. An annual fundraising campaign is initiated each summer to solicit funds from individual members of the Society, pharmaceutical companies and other companies/trade associations that are associated with hospital pharmacy. The trustees are proud that the Foundation s administrative costs are negligible. A number of CSHP members provide their services on a voluntary basis so that the funds raised can be directed almost entirely to the research and education objectives of the Foundation.

11 Upcoming Events Événements à venir Professional Practice Conference (PPC): January 31-February 4, 2015 Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel January 30-February 3, 2016 Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel Summer Educational Sessions (SES): August 9-12, 2014 Delta St. John s Hotel and Conference Centre St. John s, Newfoundland & Labrador August 15-18, 2015 Westin Hotel Ottawa, Ontario Attendance at CSHP conferences, PPC and SES, are approximately 500 and 150 respectively, excluding exhibitors. Please note we offer an exhibit program at both events. For further information, please contact Susan Maslin, Interim Conference & PSN Administrator. Tel.: (613) , ext. 229 Fax: (613) Satellite Symposiums Symposiums satellites CSHP would like to thank the following sponsors of Satellite Symposiums for their participation in conjunction with the PPC Sunday, February 2 Satellite Symposium SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITY 12:15-13:45 Healthmark Services Ltd. Monday, February 3 17:30-19:30 bayer Inc. 17:30-19:30 Hospira Healthcare Corporation Wednesday, February 5 12:40-14:10 Janssen Inc. See the program section for more details. 67th Summer Educational Sessions Delta St. John s Hotel and Conference Centre St. John s, NL August 9-12, 2014 Breakfast and Luncheon Availability For more information please contact Susan Maslin Interim Conference & PSN Administrator (613) , ext. 229 or 11

12 The Educational Services Committee Le comité des services éducatifs EP Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy Chairperson Président Clarence Chant, PharmD, FCSHP, FCCP St. Michael s Hospital Toronto, ON Staff Liaison Employée de liaison Susan Maslin Members Membres Margaret Ackman, PharmD, FCSHP Alberta Health Services Edmonton, Ab bernadette Almeida, RPh, bscphm, ACPR Trillium Health Partners Toronto, ON Claudia bucci, PharmD Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Toronto, ON Roxane Carr, PharmD, bcps, FCSHP bc Children s and Women s Health Centre vancouver, bc Lorie Carter, bscphm Eastern Health Marystown, NL Elaine Chong, PharmD, bcps bc Ministry of Health Services New Westminster, bc Judy Chong, bscphm Ontario College of Pharmacists Toronto, ON Leah Edmonds, bscphm QEII Health Sciences Centre Halifax, NS Alfred Gin, PharmD, FCSHP Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg, Mb Derek Jorgenson, bsp, PharmD, FCSHP University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, SK Ernest Law, bscphm, ACPR PharmD Student University of british Columbia vancouver, bc Kat Timberlake, PharmD (on leave) The Hospital for Sick Children Toronto, ON Erica Wang, bscphm, PharmD Kelowna General Hospital Kelowna, bc The Educational Services Committee (ESC) of CSHP has been working for approximately 10 months on the content and format of PPC The committee also plans the Summer Educational Sessions, in conjunction with the local host task force and the national office. The ESC is comprised of a core committee of 15 CSHP members as well as corresponding members from the CSHP branches. Goal and Objectives for the 2014 PPC Program Goal: To provide registrants with quality educational sessions. Objectives: To provide educational sessions which inform, educate and motivate clinical practitioners and managers. To provide leadership in hospital pharmacy practice by presenting sessions on innovative pharmacists roles, pharmacy practice and pharmacy programs. To promote life-long learning skills through active participation in problem-based workshops. To provide registrants with networking and sharing opportunities through the exhibits program and poster sessions. To promote excellence in pharmacy practice research through oral and poster presentations of original work and award winning projects. To provide an opportunity for Pharmacy Specialty Networks to meet and share their expertise with others. Le comité des services éducatifs travaille depuis près de 10 mois à l élaboration du contenu et de la forme de la CPP Le comité prépare aussi les Séances éducatives d été de la SCPH en collaboration avec le Groupe de travail hôte local et le personnel de la SCPH. Le comité comprend 15 membres principaux et membres correspondants des sections de la SCPH. But et objectifs du programme de la CPP 2014 But : Présenter des conférences éducatives de qualité aux participants. Objectifs : Présenter aux personnes inscrites des conférences éducatives susceptibles d informer, d instruire et de motiver les cliniciens et les gestionnaires. Orienter la pratique de la pharmacie hospitalière en présentant des conférences sur les nouveautés touchant le rôle du pharmacien, la pratique de la pharmacie et les programmes de pharmacie. Développer des habiletés pour un apprentissage continu par une participation active à des ateliers de formation axés sur la résolution de problèmes. Donner aux participants des occasions de réseautage et d échanges grâce au salon des exposants, aux séances d affichage et aux discussions interactives structurées. Promouvoir l excellence dans la recherche en pratique pharmaceutique par des présentations orales et des séances d affichage sur des travaux originaux et des projets primés. Donner l occasion aux réseaux de spécialistes en pharmacie de se réunir et de partager leur savoir-faire. 12

13 Program Programme Saturday, February 1 Samedi 1 er février 15:00-17:00 Registration Inscription CONCOURSE COAT CHECK 17:30-19:00 CHPRB Students & Residents Networking Event Réception de réseautage du CCRPH pour les étudiants et les résidents Sunday, February 2 Dimanche 2 février PROvINCIAL ballroom 07:30-17:00 Registration Inscription CONCOURSE COAT CHECK 08:00-08:15 Opening Remarks Remarques préliminaires DOMINION ballroom 08:15-09:15 Motivational Plenary Séance plénière de motivation DOMINION ballroom Change Your Thoughts. Change Your Life! With Stuart Ellis, a.k.a. Twitchy Sponsored by Sandoz Canada Inc. 9:30-11:00 Facilitated Poster Session Discussions of Original Research, Award Winning Projects and Pharmacy Practice Projects Séance animée de présentations par affiches Discussions sur des projets de recherche originale, des projets primés et des projets dans le domaine de la pratique pharmaceutique PROvINCIAL ballroom 11:15-12:00 Concurrent Sessions Séances concomitantes 1. Update on Hepatitis C Management CIvIC ballroom NORTH Alice Tseng, bscphm, PharmD, FCSHP, AAHIP Toronto General Hopsital Toronto, ON 2. The Role of Iron in the Management of Anemia CIvIC ballroom SOUTH Marisa battistella, bscphm, PharmD, ACPR University Health Network Toronto, ON 3. Which Methods to Answer Your Research Question? Qualitative? Quantitative or Both? SIMCOE DUFFERIN Lisa Dolovich, bscphm, PharmD, MSc McMaster University Hamilton, ON 4. CSHP 2015 Winning Success Stories Hospital Residency Award Winner and More CITy HALL Facilitator: Carolyn bornstein, bscphm, ACPR, FCSHP, CGP Southlake Regional Health Centre Newmarket, ON Jessica Power, bscphm victoria General Hospital victoria, bc 12:15-13:45 Satellite Symposium Luncheon included Symposium satellite Dîner inclus DOMINION ballroom NORTH Cleanrooms/Sterile Preparation: Compliance and Cost Optimizing towards USP <797> Sterile Preparation within Canadian Budget and Regulatory Framework bruce C. Peat H.E.P.A. Filter Services Inc. and Design Filtration Lisa Campbell Healthmark Services Ltd. Hosted by Healthmark Services Ltd. 14:00-16:00 Workshops & PSN Sessions Ateliers et séances des RSP 1. How to Write a Research Paper and Get it Published CITy HALL Peter Zed, bsc, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD, FCSHP University of british Columbia vancouver, bc 13

14 2. Infectious Diseases PSN RSP en infectiologie CIvIC ballroom SOUTH Infections in Solid Organ Transplants Shahid Husain, MD, MS University Health Network Toronto, ON Antibiotic Prophylaxis in Surgery: Issues & Controversies Sumit Raybardhan, bscphm, ACPR, MPH North york General Hospital Toronto, ON 3. Global Health PSN RSP en santé mondiale SIMCOE DUFFERIN Ethical Issues in Global Health Jessica Sleeth, MPH, CHE, bphe, ba Queen s University Kingston, ON Working as a Pharmacist with Médecins Sans Frontières Alexandra Marcil, bsc, bscphm Médecins Sans Frontières Winnipeg, Mb 4. Psychiatry PSN RSP en psychiatrie CIvIC ballroom NORTH Lithium.Is It Still Useful? Wende Wood, ba, bsp, RPh, bcpp Ontario Pharmacists Association Toronto, ON Anxious? Don t Panic: A Review of Anxiety Disorders barbara Thomas, PharmD Eastern Health St. John s, NL 16:10-17:50 Awards Ceremony Everyone welcome Cérémonie de remise des prix bienvenue à tous PROvINCIAL ballroom 18:00-19:30 Career Opportunities Evening Soirée de perspectives d emploi LOWER CONCOURSE vide Monday, February 3 Lundi 3 février 07:30-17:00 Registration Inscription CONCOURSE COAT CHECK 08:00-08:15 Announcements Annonces DOMINION ballroom 08:15-09:15 Plenary Session Séance plénière DOMINION ballroom Developing an Advanced Pharmacy Practice Framework: Key Learnings and Strategic Outcomes Lisa Nissen, bpharm, PhD, FPS, FHKAPh, FSHP Queensland University of Technology brisbane, Australia Sponsored by Pharmaceutical Partners of Canada 09:15-09:45 New Fellows Presentation Présentation des nouveaux membres associés Acknowledgement of the Recipient of the Distinguished Service Award Reconnaissance du lauréat du prix pour service distingué Acknowledgement of the CSHP Foundation Grant Recipients Reconnaissance des boursiers de la Fondation de la SCPH DOMINION ballroom 09:45-10:15 Break, Exhibits Pause, Kiosques SHERATON/OSGOODE HALLS 10:20-11:30 Panel Discussion Panel DOMINION ballroom Managing Expensive Oncology Drugs Elaine Chong, PharmD, bcps Moderator bc Ministry of Health vancouver, bc Jin Hyeun Huh, bscphm, ACPR, bcps University Health Network Toronto, ON Lyndee yeung, bscphm, MbA Cancer Care Ontario Toronto, ON 14

15 Hazel Markwell, ba(hon), MA, PhD, ThD Centre for Clinical Ethics Toronto, ON 11:40-12:25 Concurrent Sessions Séances concomitantes 1. Clinical Trials in Internal Medicine that will Change Your Practice CIvIC ballroom NORTH Peter Thomson, bscphm, PharmD Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Winnipeg, Mb 2. Using Physical Assessment in Your Practice! CITy HALL Glen Pearson, bscphm, PharmD, FCSHP University of Alberta Edmonton, Ab 3. Oral Abstract Session Selected Papers from Original Research, Award Winners and Research and Education Grants Please see page 42 for abstracts Séance d'exposés oraux Communications choisies parmi les travaux de recherche originale et les projets des récipiendaires de prix, de bourses de recherche et de perfectionnement veuillez consulter les résumés à la page 42 SIMCOE DUFFERIN 4. A Pharmacist s Tale: The Journey from Clinician to Director PROvINCIAL ballroom NORTH Allan Mills, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD Trillium Health Partners Mississauga, ON 12:30-13:50 Lunch, Exhibits, Posters Dîner, Kiosques, Affiches SHERATON/OSGOODE HALLS 14:00-15:00 Landmarks in Pharmacy Practice Research: More and More Evidence for the Beneficial Impact of Pharmacist Care DOMINION ballroom Ross Tsuyuki, bscphm, PharmD, MSc, FCSHP, FACC University of Alberta Edmonton, Ab 15:10-17:10 Workshops & PSN Sessions Ateliers et séances des RSP 1. Primary Care PSN RSP en soins de santé primaires CIvIC ballroom SOUTH Challenges and Opportunities in Intraprofessional Pharmacist Collaboration in Primary Care Suzanne Singh, bscphm, PharmD Mount Sinai Academic Family Health Team Toronto, ON Taking Responsibility for Patient Care: A Toolkit for Pharmacists on Primary Care Teams Derek Jorgenson, bsp, PharmD, FCSHP University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, SK 2. Emergency Medicine PSN RSP en urgentologie PROvINCIAL ballroom NORTH Acute Analgesia in Emergency Departments: Is Our Performance Painful? Richard Wanbon, bsc, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD Island Health victoria, bc Adverse Drug-Related Events and Emergency Department Visits: Opportunities and Challenges for Pharmacists Peter Zed, bsc, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD, FCSHP University of british Columbia vancouver, bc 3. Paediatric PSN RSP en pédiatrie SIMCOE DUFFERIN Update on Management of Urinary Tract Infection in Children: What Does the Evidence Say? Jennifer Poh, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD The Hospital for Sick Children Toronto, ON Tools to Improve the Health Literacy of Sick Children and their Families Régis vailliancourt, OMM, CS, bpharm, PharmD, FCSHP The Children s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Ottawa, ON 15

16 4. Workshop Atelier CITy HALL Which National Clinical Pharmacy Key Performance Indicators (cpkpi) are You Measuring? A Practical and Interactive cpkpi Guide to What, When, Why and How Olavo Fernandes, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD, FCSHP University Health Network Toronto, ON Kent Toombs, bscphm, ACPR Capital Health Halifax, NS 17:30-19:30 Satellite Symposiums Dinner included Symposiums satellites Souper inclus Tuesday, February 4 Mardi 4 février 1. Evolution in Thrombosis Management: Clinical Challenges in the Treatment of Venous Thromboembolism CIvIC ballroom NORTH Menaka Pai, bsc, MSc, MD, FRCPC, AbIM McMaster University Hosted by bayer Inc. 2. Outstanding Issues in Medication Reconciliation PROvINCIAL ballroom SOUTH Margaret Colquoun ISMP Canada 07:30-17:00 Registration Inscription Hosted by Hospira Healthcare Corporation CONCOURSE COAT CHECK 08:00-08:15 Announcements Annonces DOMINION ballroom 08:15-9:30 Comprehensive Patient Care: A Team-Based Sport DOMINION ballroom barbara Farrell, bscphm, PharmD, FCSHP veronique French-Merkley, MD, CCFP, CoE bruyère Continuing Care Ottawa, ON 09:45-10:15 Break, Exhibits Pause, Kiosques SHERATON/OSGOODE HALLS 10:25-11:10 Concurrent Sessions Séances concomitantes 1. The Double-Edged Sword: How Can a Drug Be a Life Saver and Potentially Fatal at the Same Time? Drug Interactions in Oncology PROvINCIAL ballroom NORTH Scott Edwards, bscneuro, bscphm, PharmD Eastern Health St. John s, NL 2. CSHP 2015: What Pharmacy Directors Want! SIMCOE DUFFERIN Carolyn bornstein, bscphm, ACPR, FCSHP, CGP Southlake Regional Health Centre Newmarket, ON 3. Scrutinizing Statins in the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease: New Safety Concerns CIvIC ballroom SOUTH Glen Pearson, bscphm, PharmD, FCSHP University of Alberta Edmonton, Ab 11:20-12:05 Concurrent Sessions Séances concomitantes 1. Inspiring the Leader Within: Powerful Pearls & Potent Principles SIMCOE DUFFERIN Shirin Abadi, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD bc Cancer Agency vancouver, bc 2. Antibiotic Locks for Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infections: There s a Lock for That!!! CIvIC ballroom SOUTH Alfred Gin, bscphm, PharmD, FCSHP Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg, Mb 3. Outpatient Clinic Scheduling of Pharmacist Call Back for Oral Chemotherapy PROvINCIAL ballroom NORTH Sean Hopkins, bscphm The Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre Ottawa, ON 16

17 12:15-13:50 Lunch, Exhibits, Posters Dîner, Kiosques, Affiches SHERATON/OSGOODE HALLS 14:00-15:00 Use of Insulin in Hospital DOMINION ballroom Alice y.y. Cheng, MD, FRCPC Trillium Health Partners Mississauga, ON 15:10-17:10 Workshops & PSN Sessions Ateliers et séances des RSP 1. Internal Medicine PSN RSP en médecine interne CIvIC ballroom SOUTH Role of Suboxone for Opioid Dependence beth Sproule, RPh, bscphm, PharmD Juno Kim, RPh, bscphm Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Toronto, ON Constipation Peter Thomson, bscphm, PharmD Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Winnipeg, Mb 2. Surgery PSN RSP en chirurgie PROvINCIAL ballroom NORTH Tranexamic Acid as a Blood Conservation Strategy Melanie MacInnis, bscphm, PharmD IWK Health Centre Halifax, NS Optimizing Surgical Antibiotic Prophylaxis: What s New? What You Can Do Rosemary Zvonar, bscphm The Ottawa Hospital Ottawa, ON 3. Small Hospital PSN RSP des petits hôpitaux SIMCOE DUFFERIN Roads to the Information Superhighway Jeff barnett, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD bc Cancer Agency victoria, bc Kurt Schroeder, bscphm Interlake Eastern Regional Health Authority Selkirk, Mb 4. Workshop (encore) CITy HALL Wednesday, February 5 Mercredi 5 février 07:30-15:00 Registration Inscription Which National Clinical Pharmacy Key Performance Indicators (cpkpi) are You Measuring? A Practical and Interactive cpkpi Guide to What, When, Why and How Olavo Fernandes, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD, FCSHP University Health Network Toronto, ON Kent Toombs, bscphm, ACPR Capital Health Halifax, NS CONCOURSE COAT CHECK 08:00-08:15 Announcements Annonces DOMINION ballroom 08:15-09:15 CPSI Patient Safety Lecture Conférence de l ICSP sur la sécurité des patients DOMINION ballroom The Oncology Under-Dosing Incident: Lessons Learned Elaine Chong, PharmD, bcps Moderator bc Ministry of Health vancouver, bc Marshall Moleschi, Registrar Ontario College of Pharmacists Toronto, ON Sandy Jansen, bscphm, MHS London Health Sciences Centre London, ON Jake Thiessen, bscphm, MSc, PhD University of Waterloo Waterloo, ON Sponsored by the Canadian Patient Safety Institute Commanditée par l Institut canadien sur la sécurité des patients 09:15-10:15 Biologicals: What Pharmacists Need to Know About Monoclonal Antibodies DOMINION ballroom 17

18 10:15-10:45 Break Pause Tom McFarlane, bscphm, PharmD Cambridge Memorial Hospital Cambridge, ON DOMINION FOyER 10:55-11:40 Concurrent Sessions Séances concomitantes 1. Deprescribing Benzodiazepines: Do We Need a New Approach? CIvIC ballroom SOUTH barbara Farrell, bscphm, PharmD, FCSHP bruyère Continuing Care Ottawa, ON 2. The Hierarchical Teaching Model: Redefining the Structure in Experiential Pharmacy Training CITy HALL Tim T. y. Lau, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD, FCSHP vancouver Coastal Health vancouver, bc 3. Overdoses That Should Send a Chill Up Your Spine PROvINCIAL ballroom SOUTH Debra Kent, ba, PharmD, DAbAT, FAACT, RPh bc Drug and Poison Information Centre vancouver, bc 11:50-12:35 Concurrent Sessions Séances concomitantes 1. Neuromuscular Blocking Agents in the Intensive Care Unit CITy HALL Norman Dewhurst, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD, RPh St. Michael s Hospital Toronto, ON 2. Treatment Decisions in Osteoporosis PROvINCIAL ballroom SOUTH Elaine beltijar, bscphm Women s College Hospital Toronto, ON 3. Updates in Management of Gastrointestinal Bleeding CIvIC ballroom SOUTH Jennifer Teng, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD St. Michael s Hospital Toronto, ON 12:40-14:10 Satellite Symposium Luncheon included Symposium satellite Dîner inclus DOMINION ballroom NORTH Subsequent Entry Biologics: What a Pharmacist Needs to Know Dr. John Marshall, MD MSc FRCPC McMaster University Hamilton, Ontario Carolyn Whiskin, bscphm Charlton Centre Hamilton, Ontario Hosted by Janssen Inc. 14:15-16:00 Workshops & PSN Sessions Ateliers et séances des RSP 1. Medication Safety PSN RSP en sécurité des médicaments CIvIC ballroom NORTH Implementing Insulin Pens in Institutions Sara Kynicos, MPharm, RPh Toronto Western Hospital Toronto, ON Jeremy Johnson, RN, bscn, MN Student, CDE St. Joseph s Healthcare Hamilton, ON 2. Cardiology PSN RSP en cardiologie CIvIC ballroom SOUTH Novel Anticoagulants in Atrial Fibrillation: Practical Tips from the Trenches Natalie Crown, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD Women s College Hospital Toronto, ON Kori Leblanc, bscphm, ACPR, PharmD Toronto General Hospital Toronto ON Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction: The Younger Misunderstood Sibling of Heart Failure with Reduced Ejection Fraction Arden barry, bscphm, PharmD, ACPR Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute Edmonton, Ab 16:15 Close of the 45th Annual Professional Practice Conference Clôture de la 45 e Conférence annuelle sur la pratique professionnelle 18

19 Speaker Abstracts Résumés des conférenciers SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2 DIMANCHE 2 FÉVRIER Update on Hepatitis C Management Alice Tseng, BScPhm, PharmD, FCSHP, AAHIVP, Toronto General Hospital, Toronto, ON The advent of the directly acting antivirals (DAAs) boceprevir and telaprevir revolutionized the field of hepatitis C therapy. Combining a DAA with pegylated-interferon and ribavirin as triple therapy has led to significantly higher rates of sustained virological response (SvR) in patients infected with HCv genotype 1. The recent approval of two new agents, simeprevir and sofosbuvir have further altered the treatment landscape, offering simpler and more efficacious regimens to a wider population. Additionally, several new drugs are in late phase 3 development, and are anticipated to come to market in the upcoming months. boceprevir, telaprevir and simeprevir are substrates and inhibitors of CyP3A4. These agents also inhibit p-glycoprotein and telaprevir may inhibit renal transporters. Therefore, the potential for interactions between DAAs and concomitant medications is high, particularly if treatment for comorbid conditions including HIv is required. Preliminary data indicate that up to 83% of HCv infected patients initiating triple therapy with a DAA have at least one drug-drug interaction. Potential consequences of drug interactions include viral breakthrough and development of resistance, sub-optimal disease/symptom management, or drug toxicities and possible non-adherence. Pharmacists can play a critical role in identifying, preventing and managing drug interactions in this population. 1. To update pharmacists on the current standard of care for patients with hepatitis C genotype 1 infection. 2. To provide a review of current and new directly acting antivirals (DAAs). 3. To outline a strategy for identifying and managing drug-drug interactions involving DAAs. 1. What is the rationale for DAA-based combination therapy for hepatitis C infection? 2. How are HCv protease inhibitors metabolized and how can drug interactions be identified and managed in this population? The Role of Iron in the Management of Anemia Marisa Battistella, BScPhm, PharmD, ACPR, University Health Network, Toronto, ON Anemia is a frequent complication reported in pregnancy and conditions such as chronic kidney disease, cancer, chronic heart failure, inflammatory bowel disease and heavy uterine bleeding and is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. Optimal management strategies for anemia are not clearly defined, leading to highly variable approaches to patient care and suboptimal clinical outcomes. A chief cause of anemia is dysregulation of iron homeostasis and erythropoiesis due to ongoing inflammatory processes. A critical balance exists in providing sufficient iron to maintain adequate iron stores, ensuring erythropoiesis but also minimizing the potential for long term toxicity associated with iron overload. In this 45 minute session, we will review molecular metabolism of iron metabolism and the role of iron replacement. Using different patient cases, we will compare and contrast the different iron products available in Canada and determine ways to best choose therapy for these patients. 1. To review molecular metabolism of iron 2. To compare and contrast different iron products available on the Canadian market with respect to efficacy, safety and dosing 1. What are possible immediate and delayed adverse effects seen with iv iron 2. What are conditions that cause underutilization of iron? Which Methods to Answer Your Research Question? Qualitative? Quantitative? Or Both? Lisa Dolovich, BScPhm, PharmD, MSc, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON The purpose of this session is to discuss the broad nature of qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods research designs. The basis for choosing a research design starts with the research question. Questions focused on how and why can be addressed well using qualitative research designs. Questions focused on what, whether and who can be addressed well using quantitative research designs. Mixed methods research designs incorporate both qualitative and quantitative research designs into a structured approach that combines the learnings from each research approach. Pharmacy has typically focused on quantitative research designs that are best for comparisons between medications. Health services research including pharmacy practice research including program evaluation often benefits from findings generated from qualitative and mixed methods studies along with quantitative studies. Examples from recently planned or completed pharmacy program evaluation 19

20 research will be used to highlight how to make decisions among research designs. 1. To describe the qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods research designs. 2. To describe a mixed methods study that uses both qualitative and quantitative research approaches. 1. What are the benefits of using a qualitative research design? 2. What are the main considerations to take into account when choosing a research design? Integration of Smartphones into Clinical Pharmacy Practice: An Evaluation of the Impact on Pharmacists Efficiency Jessica Power, BScPhm, ACPR, Victoria General Hospital, Vancouver Island Health Authority, Victoria, BC; Sean Spina, BScPhm, ACPR, PharmD, Royal Jubilee Hospital, Vancouver Island Health Authority, Victoria, BC; David Forbes, BScPhm, ACPR, MPA, BCPS, Nanaimo Regional General Hospital, Nanaimo, BC; Curtis K. Harder, BScPhm, ACPR, PharmD, Royal Jubilee Hospital, Victoria, BC; Sherry Lalli, BScPhm, ACPR, Royal Jubilee Hospital, Victoria, BC; Peter Loewen, BScPhm, ACPR, PharmD, FCSHP, Vancouver General Hospital, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC; Peter Zed, BSc, BScPhm, ACPR, PharmD, FCSHP, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC Personal smartphones are used frequently by healthcare practitioners in hospitals to assist in the provision of care. The vancouver Island Health Authority (viha) is one of the first health authorities in Canada to endorse the iphone smartphone as a potentially valuable tool for clinical practice. We collaborated with the University of british Columbia (UbC) Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences to design and conduct our research. Our objective was to measure smartphones effect on pharmacists efficiency, to assess pharmacist acceptance of corporate smartphones, and to investigate how these devices are being utilized. We conducted a multi-center time-trial, survey, and observational prospective study which enrolled 90 pharmacists across 8 hospitals on vancouver Island. Participants performed a time-trial of 22 situational drug information questions before and after receiving an iphone. They also completed both demographic and satisfaction surveys. A subset of 14 of the 90 pharmacists participated in a pre and post iphone implementation 8 hour direct observation study. Lastly, communication data from the phone service provider was collected and analyzed. To the best of our knowledge this is the first study of its kind in North America. 1. To understand the impact of mobile technology in pharmacy practice. 2. To describe the positive and negative aspects of smartphone use. 3. To discuss methods for evaluating the integration of smartphones into pharmacy practice. 4. To appreciate the importance of integrating a research project into the pharmacy residency program in promoting evidence-based practices. 1. What types of technology support can be used to facilitate smartphone implementation across a multi-center pharmacy department? 2. What further research is needed to aid other health departments and organizations in deciding how to endorse smartphone technology in their own departments? How to Write a Research Paper and Get It Published Peter J. Zed, BSc, BScPhm, ACPR, PharmD, FCSHP, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Department of Emergency Medicine), Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC Following the completion of any research project the research team often then starts to think about the preparation of a manuscript and submission for publication consideration. However, many factors must be considered in the preparation of a research paper before, during and following the completion of the project, which will both reduce some of the challenges in the knowledge translation of research findings but also increased the likelihood of acceptance of the submitted manuscript. This workshop will review the many factors a research team should consider at all stages of the research project development and conduct and provide several tips to optimize publication success. The workshop will allow participants to work together in small groups to navigate several key steps in this process and when possible an interactive discussion will be encouraged allowing participates to share successes and failures from their own experiences. 1. To review several factors at all stages of a research project that must be considered to increase the success of a research paper being published. 2. To discuss the core components of a research paper. 3. To discuss strategies to manage an unsuccessful journal submission. 1. What factors must be considered before, during and following the completion of a research project to increase the chance your project will be published? 2. What strategies should be considered to improve the likelihood of a manuscript being accepted following a rejection from a journal on the first (or second!) submission? 20

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