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OCTOBER 6-8, 2019

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Sunday, October 6thLounge on FireThe Reef logo

6-8pm Registration

6-10pm Dinner and Live Music from the hottest band in Boise, Lounge On Fire at The Reef

Monday, October 7th

8-9am Registration
9-9:05am District 5 VFW Honor Guard presents the Colors

9:05-9:15am Welcoming Remarks: Holly Henggeler, Idaho Board Chair
9:15-9:30am AACP Remarks: David D Allen, AACP Immediate-Past President
9:30-9:45am NABP Report: Jay Campbell, NABP President
9:45-10:45am Opening Keynote: Permissionless Innovation
Speaker: Adam Thierer

Thierer is the author of Permissionless Innovation. Receive your complimentary copy of his work. He will speak about the book, and the clash of regulatory visions.
10:45-11:15am Networking Break: Network with attendees and discuss the opening keynote. During the break, registrants can get their books signed by Thierer, or visit a side room with immunizing technicians and prescribing pharmacists.
11:15am-12:15pm Presentation #2: Achieving a “Full” Pharmacist Scope of Practice
Speaker: Ross Tsuyuki
Tsuyuki is a lecturer at the Alberta College of Medicine. He has published frequently on pharmacist prescribing, and has recently advanced the concept of a “full” scope of practice as opposed to an “advanced scope of practice.”Life's Kitchen logo
12:15-1:15pm Boxed Lunches provided by Life’s Kitchen – Short walk to Cathedral of the Rockies
1:15-2:15pm NABP/AACP Initial District Breakouts (Business Meetings)
This will allow time to transact required business, and consider resolutions. The breakout will also include the NABP/AACP update.
2:15-2:30pm Networking Break
2:30-3:15pm Presentation #3: Lessons from Nursing: Closing the Gap in Can vs. May
Presenter: Alex J. Adams, PharmD, MPH
Evaluates nursing scope of practice issues and reviews the seminal study on the gap between can vs. may in scope of practice.
3:15-4:15pm The Great Debate: Is a “Standard of Care” Model the Right Approach to Achieve “Full” Scope of Practice and Close the Gap Between Can and May?Stuart Williams, MN Board of Pharmacy
Tim Lynch, WA Pharmacy Quality Assurance Commission
Julie Akers, WSU, College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
4:15-5:30pm Break – (Refresh before dinner and shuttle bus to dinner)Albertson's Stadium
5:30-9:00pm Social Hour 5:30pm, Dinner at 6:30pm at Albertsons Stadium

Tuesday, October 8th

9-10:00am Keynote: Perspective from Nursing: the Nurse Licensure Concept
Jim Puente, Director, Nurse Licensure Compact
Puente will present on the NLC, how states retain enforcement ability, and the financial impact on states.
10:00-10:30am Networking Break: We will provide time for attendees to network and discuss the opening keynote. During the break, registrants can visit a side room with immunizing technicians and prescribing pharmacists.
10:30-11:30am AACP Session- Pharmacists as Independent Prescribers: Initial Considerations from Idaho State University
Speaker: Jennifer Adams, PharmD- Associate Dean and Michael A. Biddle, Jr., PharmD, BCPS
11:30am-1:00pm Lunch in BoDo
1:00-2:30pm NABP/AACP Final District Breakouts
Finalize any remaining district business and resolutions
2:30-2:45pm Break
2:45pm-4:00pm Moderated Discussion / Hot Topics
Session focuses primarily on the 2 major conference themes: scope and enhancing license mobility and additional topics from attendees.
4:00-close Closing session: Each district presents its resolutions for consideration by the other districts; any other NABP/AACP announcementsThe Basque Block
5:30pm Dinner at The Basque Block

*Schedule subject to change if necessary

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