ASHPOfficial

ASHPOfficial

ASHPOfficial is the premier podcast of ASHP and the collective voice of our 50,000 members in health-system pharmacy. Through interviews and discussions with pharmacy thought leaders, ASHPOfficial will explore issues related to public health, medication use, and supporting the professional practice of pharmacists in hospitals, health systems, ambulatory clinics, and other settings. To learn more about ASHP, please visit ashp.org.

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May 4, 2021 31 min

A discussion with two front line leaders who will draw on their own experiences and knowledge as to how to effectively delegate as a leader. This podcast will cover three different scenarios a leader will encounter: delegating to a direct report, delegating to a boss or delegating up, and delegating to peers.

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In this episode of the Pharmacy Leaders series podcast, host, Bruce Scott MS, FASHP, along with Katherine Miller, Pharm.D., MBA, DPLA, FASHP, and Brandy Snyder, Pharm.D., BCOP, MBA, DPLA discusses how to make the most of your leadership journey.  This podcast will explore high performing teams and leadership development.

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As a part STI Awareness month, our content matter experts sit down to discuss recent changes in the CDC treatment guidelines and discuss the impact these have on patients and the role the pharmacist can play in implementing these new changes.

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This podcast series will highlight the recommended approach to managing patients with peripheral arterial disease from screening to therapy selection. Appropriate risk factor modification and therapy is essential in PAD to optimize care by reducing cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.

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Pharmacists have a role in managing anticoagulant therapy in acutely ill hospitalized patients at risk for VTE, including protocol development and research, identifying unmet need and the value of prophylaxis in medically ill patients, and implementing practical DVT and PE prevention strategies. Consensus guidelines (e.g., COVID-19 ISTH 2020, COVID-19 ACC) have provided some guidance for COVID-19 infection and the connection to dee...

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There is a gap between supply and demand for available organ transplants, resulting in a substantial impact on public health. Listen as transplant pharmacists discuss April’s National Donate Life Month and how pharmacists and pharmacy students have a fundamental role in promoting organ donation awareness. 

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Join our content matter experts from the 2020 Midyear Clinical Meeting as they identify optimization strategies for pain and sedation medication management in mechanically ventilated COVID-19 patients, describe the patient-specific considerations when optimizing pain and sedation management and how to address the barriers of ICU patient care. 

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In this episode of the Pharmacy Leaders series podcast, host, Sara White, MS, FASHP, discusses finding mentors to help you grow, learn and develop as a leader and putting those leadership traits into practice.

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During this podcast, speakers describe post-operative nausea and vomiting (PONV) risk stratification and synthesize the latest PONV guidelines to guide appropriate medications and non-pharmacologic therapies. They also explore the consequences of PONV and its effects on both the patient and the healthcare system. 

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This podcast provides members an overview of the impact of a recent federal court decision on PGY-1 residency program disallowances. We’ll cover what the ruling means for programs under audit and what comes next with CMS advocacy. 

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Both CCM and RPM are attractive opportunities for pharmacists to improve patient centered outcomes in collaboration with supervising providers. Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) changes and the ongoing Public Health Emergency (PHE) present both opportunities and barriers for growth and implementation. The purpose of this Podcast is to highlight examples of how pharmacists have navigated these changes and implementation stages so far.  

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Pharmacists have a role in managing anticoagulant therapy in acutely ill hospitalized patients at risk for VTE, including protocol development and research, identifying an unmet need and the value of prophylaxis in medically ill patients, and implementing practical DVT and PE prevention strategies. Consensus guidelines (e.g., COVID-19 ISTH 2020, COVID-19 ACC) have provided some guidance for COVID-19 infection and the connection to ...

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In this interprofessional conversation, expert faculty discuss evidence supporting quantitative neuromuscular monitoring (NMM) versus qualitative NMM, which quantitative monitors are available in the U.S., and evidence/guidelines supporting monitoring preferences. NMM and complete neuromuscular blockade (NMB) reversal in patients at high risk for residual NMB (rNMB), including elderly and obese patients, will also be discussed. 

 

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This podcast will explore considerations for preceptors, experiential sites, and pharmacy students for IPPE and APPE learning experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Speakers will review strategies to ensure consistent learning opportunities and also discuss methods that were implemented in the event a learner or preceptor tested positive for coronavirus.

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In this episode of the Pharmacy Leaders series podcast, host, Sara White, MS, FASHP, along with Kimberly Boler BS, CPhT, CSPT, DPLA, and Sam Calabrese MBA, FASHP discusses the role of pharmacy technicians as leaders. This podcast explores whether leaders are born or made and the non-negotiable qualities of a successful leader.

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Harm reduction is a public health strategy designed to reduce the adverse consequences associated with drug and alcohol use. The goal for providers is to work with individuals to minimize the harmful effects of drug use and to promote safer use in a compassionate, non-judgmental manner.  Dr. Courtenay Wilson will discuss evidence-based strategies to reduce harm for individuals that abuse drugs and alcohol. 

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Interdisciplinary rounding teams are a common occurrence within health-systems.  In this podcast, listeners will hear from a medical resident and a medical student about their experiences on working on an interdisciplinary team and discuss their appreciation for the pharmacy team.  

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This podcast series will highlight the recommended approach to managing patients with peripheral arterial disease from screening to therapy selection. Appropriate risk factor modification and therapy is essential in PAD to optimize care by reducing cardiovascular morbidly and mortality.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has required pharmacist preceptors to rethink how to deliver APPE and resident rotations within our health systems.  This podcast will explain a successful model implemented within an ambulatory care setting. 

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This podcast will focus on leading through rapid change as a result of Covid-19. The main topics include change within various pharmacy services, including hospital closures, mergers and acquisitions, restructuring pharmacist responsibilities and modification or elimination of current pharmacy services. In addition to discussing changes, this podcast will discuss lessons learned, opportunities that arose and efforts to reactivate s...

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