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Join the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy for the

Research in Education and Practice Symposium

on

May 17-18, 2021

 

The Research in Education and Practice Symposium (REPS) will provide an engaging opportunity for residents, fellows, and postgraduate pharmacy trainees to present their research and projects. Trainees will get the chance to receive high-level feedback on their research and to network with other practitioners across the region.

There will be an option to attend in-person at UNC ESOP as well as a virtual option.
Registration opens on January 1.
Registration fees are as follows –
Residents Virtual – $50
Preceptors Virtual – $50
Residents In-person – $100
Preceptors In-person – $50
*Each in-person cost will increase by $25.00 after the Early Bird deadline of April 15th. The cost for virtual options will remain the same.
Objectives
Upon completion of this knowledge-based activity the participant should be able to:
  1. Describe major research projects conducted by pharmacy trainees.
  2. Identify ways that trainees can further develop their research methodology and manuscript writing skills.
  3. Outline useful professional information that trainees can use in the progression of their careers.
  4. Develop preceptor skills that allow enhanced innovation in education and research.

The event will provide an engaging opportunity for residents, fellows, and postgraduate pharmacy trainees to present their research and projects. Trainees will get the chance to receive high-level feedback on their research and to network with other practitioners across the region


Target Audience
This program is intended for pharmacy residents, fellows, graduate students, preceptors, directors, and faculty members.

If you have questions about this event, please contact Trista Sanford at REPS@unc.edu.


Important Information for Presenters

  • During their presentation, presenters will be sharing their screen and can share their most up-to-date presentation if edits are made after May 25
  • It is requested that presenters have their video on during their presentation. This can be accomplished through having a web camera on the computer being presented on or by logging into zoom on the presenter’s phone and sharing slides through a separate device.

 

Abstract Guidelines

  • Authors: Last name, first initial
  • Practice site
  • Purpose/Background
  • Objective
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusion

Podium Presentation Guidelines

  • Presentations should last no more
    than 12 minutes.
  • Three (3) minutes will be allowed for Q&A.
  • Up to five (5) minutes is provided to move between sessions of interest

Planning Committee

  • Stephen Eckel, PharmD, MHA, Clinical Associate Professor, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
  • Lisa Edgerton, PharmD, Education Pharmacist, New Hanover Regional Medical Center
  • Carly Kesler, PharmD, BCOP, Clinical Pharmacy Specialist – Hematology/Oncology, PGY2 Residency Program Coordinator, Novant Health Lake Norman Oncology – University
  • Kenneth C. Hohmeier, PharmD, Assistant Professor, Director of Community Affairs, and Residency Program Director of PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency Program, University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy University of Tennessee
  • Michelle McCarthy, PharmD, FASHP, Director, Medication Use Policy and Compliance, Director, PGY1-Pharmacy and PGY2-Drug Information Residency Programs, University of Virginia Health System
  • Kathryn Morbitzer, PharmD, MS, Clinical Assistant Professor, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
  • Kamakshi Rao, PharmD, Associate Professor of Clinical Education, University of North Carolina Hospitals
  • Jamie Sebaaly, PharmD, BCPS, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy at Wingate University School of Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacy Specialist – Internal Medicine at Carolinas Medical Center
  • Said Sultan, PharmD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Education, University of North Carolina Hospitals
  • David Allen, PharmD, BCIDP, BCPS, Clinical Pharmacy Specialist – Infectious Diseases, Inova Fairfax Hospital

The University of North Carolina Eshelman School of pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. To receive credit, attendance must be acknowledged at the registration desk upon arrival at the program. Statements of credit will be uploaded to CPE Monitor within 4-6 weeks of completion of program. Participants will have access to print CE certificates from their CPE profile under CPE Monitor.