2019 Education Opportunities and Accreditation for Pharmacists

A Special Message for Pharmacists

Dear Pharmacy Colleague,

We all face challenges in quality and safety that directly impact our work as Pharmacists:

  • How we prevent, manage and disclose medication errors
  • How we achieve regulatory compliance
  • How we mitigate risk of adverse drug events
  • How we define and exercise protocols for high-risk drugs
  • How we counsel patients
  • How we promote a culture of safety
  • How we minimize medication errors during transitions of care
  • How we not only support, but help define, broader quality and safety initiatives
  • How we maintain opioid regimens
  • How we manage medication shortages
  • How we mitigate substance abuse

In 2019, the Healthcare Quality and Safety conference offers state-of-the-art approaches to these challenges. 

We invite you to join us for this exciting and timely program and look forward to meeting you.

Karen Fiumara, PharmD, BCPS, CPPS
Course Faculty
Executive Director of Patient Safety,
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Adjunct Professor,
MCPHS University

Kate Ulbricht, PharmD, MBA, CPPS
Course Faculty
Director of Clinical and Academic Programs, Patient Safety,
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Sr. Attending Clinical Pharmacist,
Massachusetts General Hospital


American Health Resources, Inc. is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Pharmacists can earn up to 12.50 Contact Hours (12.50 CEUs) of knowledge-based credit

Reasons for Pharmacists
to Attend in 2019

Strategies, Updates, and Best Practices for:

  • Medication safety
  • Opioid management
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Decision support
  • Transitions in care
  • Inpatient and ambulatory safety
  • Just culture training and sustainment
  • Patient experience
  • Population health management
  • Risk mitigation
  • Improvement efforts
  • Optimizing value
  • Disclosure of error
  • Standardizing oncology care
  • Addressing drug shortages