PittPharmacy ‘s Philip Empey, PharmD, PhD, Director, Pharmacogenomics Center of Excellence, Associate Director, Institute for Personalized Medicine and Assistant Professor James M. Stevenson, PharmD, MS, BCPP, will conduct a training session NACDSTest2Learn™ Community-based Pharmacogenomics Certificate & Train-the-Trainer (TTT) Programs at the AACP Annual meeting July 2019.

Back-to-back sessions provide attendees with an opportunity to earn their certificate and pharmacy schools with the ability to offer the program as part of the PharmD curriculum. Faculty will be able to earn the certificate and be trained as an instructor all in one day.

Date & Time: Wednesday, July 17, Certificate: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm, Optional TTT: 5:30 – 7:30 pm 

Location: Hyatt Regency Chicago, Chicago IL 

Description: The Test2Learn™ Community based Pharmacogenomics Certificate Program teaches the principles of pharmacogenomics, leading clinical examples, and how to overcome implementation barriers.  More than 1,500 pharmacists have been trained to decipher genetic tests, translate that information, make appropriate recommendations for the patient, and communicate effectively with patients and prescribers to help optimize medication regimens through Test2Learn training programs.  The 20-hour ACPE-accredited certificate program engages learners through the opportunity to work with their own or anonymous, real genetic data in highly interactive exercises.

Learn more on the NACDS Education website or at Test2Learn.org

NOTE: Special discounted registration of $299 for both programs is available to registered AACP attendees.  Personal genotyping is provided for an additional fee ($99 + shipping).   
QUESTIONS: Contact the University of Pittsburgh at Test2Learn@pitt.edu.We look forward to seeing you in Chicago!
The NACDS Staff Team 

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