DISTRICTS VI, VII & VIII MEETING
OCTOBER 6-8, 2019 BOISE, IDAHO
Sunday, October 6th
5-8pm Dinner and Cultural Event (The Reef –Food and Live Music)
Monday, October 7th
9-9:05 Color Guard
9:05-9:15 Welcoming Remarks: Holly Henggeler, Idaho Board Chair
9:15-9:30 Welcome from Idaho Governor Brad Little
9:30-9:45 AACP Report: AACP President
9:45-10:00 NABP Report: Jay Campbell, NABP President
10:00-11:00 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.
11:00pm-11:30pm 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, prescribing pharmacists, and research posters.
11:30-12:30pm 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.”
1:30-2:30 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.
2:30-2:45 Networking Break
2:45-3:30 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.
3:30-4:15pm The Great Debate: Is a “Standard of Care” Model the Right Approach to Achieve “Full” Scope and Close the Gap Between Can and May?4:15-5:30pm Break
5:30-7:30pm Dinner and Cultural Event (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, prescribing pharmacists, and research posters.
10:30-11:30am AACP Session- Pharmacists as Independent Prescribers: Initial Considerations from Idaho State University
Speaker: Jennifer Adams, PharmD- Associate Dean
1:00-2:30pm NABP/AACP Final District Breakouts
Finalize any remaining district business and resolutions
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 announcements
5:30 Dinner and Cultural Event (Basque Block)
*Schedule subject to change if necessary