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ACCPs highest awards will be presented during the Awards and Recognition Ceremony, set for 9 a.m. noon today in Con-tinental Ballrooms 4 and 5. Events also include the introduction of new ACCP Fellows and messages from the outgoing and incoming ACCP presidents.
Honors to be presented include the New Clinical Practitioner Award, New Educator Award, New Inves-tigator Award (and Lecture), ACCP Education Award, ACCP Clinical Practice Award, ACCP Russell R. Miller Award, Paul F. Parker Medal for Distinguished Service to the Pro-fession of Pharmacy, and Therapeu-tic Frontiers Lecture Award.
ACCP New Clinical Practitioner Award
The ACCP New Clinical Practi-tioner Award honors outstanding con-tributions to the health of patients, the practice of clinical pharmacy, or both. The 2015 award winner, Megan E. Musselman, Pharm.D., M.S., BCPS, is a clinical pharmacy specialist in emergency medicine/critical care at North Kansas City Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. She also serves as a clinical instructor at the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy. In her current position, Dr. Musselman is
Morning Ceremonies Will Honor National Award Winnersresponsible for establishing and ex-tending clinical pharmacist services in both intensive care and emergency medicine settings.
Her nominators credit her with de-veloping or revamping several pro-cesses, including TPA administration during ischemic stroke, intranasal medication administration proto-cols, and an ED procedural sedation guideline, as well as improving phar-macist attendance at both pediatric and adult codes by increasing staff training and comfort levels. Dr. Musselman is also heavily involved with interdisciplin-ary teams on facil-ity-wide initiatives to ensure the safe and appropriate use of agents to reverse novel oral anticoagulants, identify and treat pa-tients with sepsis as early as possible, and streamline therapy for patients with pain, agitation, and delirium.
Dr. Musselman has published sev-en papers in peer-reviewed journals and has cowritten two book chapters. Her work has been presented at na-tional meetings such as the American College of Emergency Physicians
Research Forum, the North American Congress of Clinical Toxicology, and the ACCP Spring Practice and Re-search Forum.
ACCP New Educator AwardThe 2015 recipient of the ACCP
New Educator Award is Brent N. Reed, Pharm.D., BCPS (AQ Car-diology), an assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacy Prac-tice and Science at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy and a clinical pharmacy specialist on the advanced heart failure service at the University of Maryland Medical Cen-ter in Baltimore, Maryland. He also serves as the program director for the institutions PGY2 cardiology phar-macy practice residency program.
The ACCP New Educator Award recognizes outstanding contribu-tions to the discipline of teaching and to the education of health care practitioners. Dr. Reed has excelled in both didactic and experiential set-tings, teaching required and elective courses across the curriculum and serving as an exceptional preceptor for students and residents.
As course manager for the School of Pharmacys advanced heart fail-ure practice rotation for P4 students and PGY1 and PGY2 residents, Dr. Reeds teaching integrates the
flipped classroom technique in which learners complete didactic work independently in preparation for active learning in the classroom or rotation. Using this method in the ad-
vanced heart fail-ure rotation, he developed a list of key concepts to accompany the assigned readings and a required series of short videos. On pre-senting clinic, a quick quiz assess-es learning and
ensures that pre-assigned work has been completed.
Dr. Reed asks learners to keep a daily learning log that documents knowledge acquired and that includes literature citations. He is also credited with developing an innovative rubric that makes performance assessment very clear to students.
In addition to his teaching, Dr. Reed has published 13 papers in peer-reviewed journals, cowritten three book chapters, and presented at national professional and scientific meetings.
Parker Medalist to Speak Today
Robert L. Talbert, Pharm.D., FCCP, BCPS, is the 2015 re-cipient of the Colleges Paul F. Parker Medal for Distinguished Service to the Profession of Pharmacy. He will accept the medal and deliver a brief address during the ACCP Awards and Recognition Ceremony this morning.
Dr. Talbert has been a leader in clin-ical pharmacy practice, education, and research for more than 3 decades. In making its selection, the Parker Medal
Robert L. Talbert, Pharm.D., FCCP, BCPS
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2015 ACCP Global Conference News
Hilton San Francisco Union Square San Francisco, California October 1721, 2015
ISSUE 2SUNDAY, OCT. 18
Sunday Highlights Awards and Recognition Ceremony (8 a.m.-Noon)
Residency and Fellowship Forums (8 a.m., 10 a.m., and 1 p.m.)
Global Advancement of Clinical Pharmacy Practice (1:303 p.m.)
Business and Town Hall Meeting (2:304:15 p.m.)
Global Development of Clinical Pharmacy Education (3:15-4:45 p.m.)
Clinical Pharmacy ChallengeSemifinals (4:305:45 p.m.)
Opening Reception and Game Night (69 p.m.)
Todays events will be wide-rang-ing as Global Conference at-tendees hear details of a major research grant award and take part in a Hollywood Game Night fundraiser for the Research Institute (RI).
Business and Town HallThe ACCP Business and Town Hall
Meeting is scheduled for 2:304:15 p.m. in Continental Ballrooms 4 & 5. Reports from ACCP Board of Regents President Judith Jacobi and Treasur-er Bradley Phillips will be followed by updates from the Nominations Com-mittee, Government and Professional Affairs, ACCP PAC, Pharmacotherapy, and ACCP Research Institute.
A highlight of the 3:15 p.m. Town Hall portion of the meeting will be a presen-tation of a $2.4 million project to study the impact of comprehensive medica-tion management (CMM) in contem-porary primary care medical practices. The University of North Carolinas Es-helman School of Pharmacy (UNC) will study the impact of implementing CMM in contemporary primary care medical practices. Collaborating with UNC on this project are the Alliance for Inte-grated Medication Management, the American Academy of Family Physi-
cians National Research Network, and the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy.
The collaborators will address how CMM can be implemented and sus-tained in real-world primary care med-ical practices, including which patients and populations within primary care practices benefit the most, how medi-cal practices can deliver CMM most ef-fectively, and what are the contributions of the clinical pharmacist to clinical and economic performance metrics.
Opening ReceptionThe days events conclude with fun
and relaxation at the Opening Reception, set for 69 p.m. in the Yosemite Room.
ACCP and the RI will host a live version of NBCs popular Hollywood Game Night. As teams of four compete in a series of party games, meeting at-tendees can match wits and skills with colleagues, or just enjoy hors doeu-vres and refreshments while cheering others on to victory.
The evenings fun will benefit the RI in its mission to advance pharmacother-apy through support and promotion of research, training, and education. All donations made during this event will go to support the RIs research initiatives.
$2.5 Million Grant Award, Fundraiser Top Todays Agenda
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2 Sunday, October 18, 2015 ACCP GLOBAL CONFERENCE NEWS
AwardsContinued from page 1
ACCP New Investigator AwardThe ACCP New Investigator Award
recognizes a member who has signifi-cantly affected clinical pharmaceutical science. The 2015 awardee, Steven M. Smith, Pharm.D., MPH, BCPS, is an assistant professor of pharmacy and medicine, Departments of Phar-macotherapy & Translational Research and Community Health & Family Med-icine, in the Colleges of Pharmacy and Medicine at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.
Dr. Smiths research focuses on hy-pertension with an emphasis on treat-ment-resistant disease. He has served as first or senior author for 17 papers
and 11 book chap-ters, with work in high-impact journals such as the Jour-nal of the American Society of Hyper-tension, Journal of Hypertension, Jour-nal of the American Heart Association, American Journal of Hypertension, and
Journal of Clinical Hypertension.Letters supporting his nomination
describe Dr. Smith as an accomplished clinician-scientist-educator and a lead-er in cardiovascular population-based health services research and policy with a national reputation in resistant hypertension, having published seven original research papers in this area and presented related work at meet-ings of the American Heart Association, the American Society of Hypertension, ACCP, and ASHP.
Julie Johnson, dean and distin-guished professor at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, noted that Dr. Smith has received more than $375,000 in research funding as prin-cipal or co-principal investigator and more than $500,000 in overall funding as a junior faculty member all in slight-ly more than 3 years since completing his postdoctoral work. Notably, he was the ACCP nominee (and recipient) of the Institute of Medicine Anniversary Pharmacy Fellowship (20142016), which positions him to garner substan-tial influence through his participation in IOM committees, Dr. Johnson said. He also presented two abstracts at the 2014 Scientific Sessions of the Ameri-can Heart Association a substantial accomplishment as only about 30% of submit