The series will cover pediatric pharmacotherapy and the therapeutic management of oncology patients. The pediatric segment of the program will provide an overview of the treatment of sepsis and meningitis; insights into management of respiratory syncytial virus and otitis media; and pediatric immunizations. The second segment of the program will provide an overview of the treatment and monitoring of complications of cancer and anti-cancer therapies.
Clinical pharmacy experts and practitioners based in the United States comprise the program’s resource speakers. They are: Maya Campara, Pharm.D., BCPS, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago; G. Robert DeYoung, Pharm.D., BCPS, Supervisor, Clinical Pharmacy Services, Mercy Health Saint Mary's/Mercy Health Physician Partners; Alan Lau, Pharm.D., FCCP, Professor and Director, International Clinical Pharmacy Education, University of Illinois at Chicago; LeAnn Norris, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCOP, Associate Professor, South Carolina College of Pharmacy and; Jennifer Pham, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCPPS; Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago.
Hospital pharmacists, faculty members, community pharmacists, and other interested pharmacy
practitioners are encouraged to attend. Senior undergraduate pharmacy students may also attend with limited slots available.
Registration/tuition fee for the3--‐day event is Php18,500.00 (early bird) and Php20,000.00 (regular) inclusive of the learning materials, food and certificate. Student rate is Php 10,500.00. The event will carry CPE units from the PRC CPE Council for pharmacy practitioners. Registration materials may be downloaded from the PPhA website: www.philpharmacists.org and the APIMM website: www.apimm.net.
You can also download, complete program here.
For more information, please send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact event secretariat, Ms.
Diane Aninon, at 0915-6024448.