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October 10, 2016
Identifying Adult Candidates for Pneumococcal Pneumonia Vaccination: It Starts with a Question
6:00 PM Thursday, November 3, 2016

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September 29, 2016
Western NC Ambulatory Care Task Force
“Start your Engines” Fall Event
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October 26, 2016 (6pm - 8pm)

September 26, 2016
Practice Forum Elections

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Chronic Care Executive Committee

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Community Care Executive Committee

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Health-System Executive Committee
ASHP Delegate

2016 Duke Football Tickets - North Carolina Pharmacist Night
Chick here for discounted tickets: Duke vs. UNC Thursday, November 10, 2016: Game Time 7:30 PM

August 31, 2016

Novel Partnership Launched with Mission Health and GE Healthcare
Mission Health and GE Healthcare have announced a 10-year outcomes-based agreement that will help drive significant value for patients and health systems nationwide.  Mission Health and GE Healthcare will co-develop, pilot and deploy transformational healthcare solutions focused initially on two areas:  optimizing imaging and utilization and smoothing patient care transitions.  This partnership is broadly aligned around how technology and services can work together to deliver improved patient outcomes.  Mission Health and GE Healthcare will work in partnership to solve the system's most complex challenges delivering over $40 million in savings for Mission Health over the course of the relationship .

August 30, 2016

Keynote Ricky Craven, NASCAR analyst for ESPN, "jump-starts" NCAP's Annual Convention at 9:30 am on Friday November 4th at the Charlotte Convention Center followed by a meet and greet and auto card signing.

A reception at the NASCAR Hall of Fame, sponsored by Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Fred Wilson School of Pharmacy High Point University, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Wingate University School of Pharmacy and NC Association of Pharmacists, starts at 6:30 pm on November 4th. The Schools of Pharmacy Preceptor Awards will be held at 7:30 pm during the reception.

There is no charge to attend the NASCAR reception: however, a separate registration is required to attend.

Attention Students:
There is no student programming on Friday: therefore, there is no registration fee; however, you must register for the NASCAR reception to attend. Convention registration of 50.00 is required on Saturday and includes Residency Showcase. You can not register for Showcase only.

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July 27, 2016

Team from UNC Eschelman School of Pharmacy Named A Finalist in National Competition
The National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) announced three teams of pharmacy students as finalists in the 2016 Good Neighbor Pharmacy NCPA Pruitt-Schutte Student Business Plan Competition.  Teams from University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina Eschelman School of Pharmacy and University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy will present their business plans in a live competition October 15, 2016 at NCPA's Annual Convention in New Orleans.  This year's competition drew submissions from 46 schools and colleges of pharmacy, and over 200 student and advisor participants. 

July 14, 2016

1)  Community Pharmacy Impact Census
Pharmacy owners: Add your value to the story. Complete the Community Pharmacy Impact Survey to show your impact.The Census asks about services you provide in your pharmacy. It also asks about how you, your employees, and your business contribute to the health of your community. NCPA is seeking one completed Census per pharmacy location. If you own multiple pharmacies, please complete a Census for each location.

2) Re-Engineering Your Pharmacy Practice Boot Camp Ready to Start Working on Your Pharmacy's Growth? New NCPA Program Aug. 12-13, 2016.
Changes in health care delivery and payment have created important new opportunities for independent pharmacies. Shortages of primary care physicians and new interest in value-based networks have put pharmacy owners in a strong position to expand their pharmacies into profitable health care destinations. Get the tools you need to plan, execute, and thrive at NCPA’s new peer-to-peer Re-Engineering Your Pharmacy Practice Boot Camp Aug. 12-13 in Alexandria, Va. Pharmacy owners like you will show you new revenue opportunities, business calculators for clinical services, solutions for documenting encounters, branding tips, and much more. Take your pharmacy to the next level at this high-energy program. Register now on the NCPA website or by calling 1-800-544-7447.

3) Front-end Marketplace – NCPA’s Front-End Marketplace Offers Unique Products and Free Samples
NCPA’s website is your front-end connection to products that help you stand out from the competition.  From skin care to pet care to snacks and more, you will find the kind of niche products that your customers are looking for and most of which you cannot find through your drug wholesaler.  A number of Front-End Marketplace vendors are offering you a chance to try out their products to see if they would be a right fit for your pharmacy. Don’t pass up this opportunity to sample the unique goods offered through Front-End Marketplace – we’re sure you’ll find the products to be welcome additions to your front end.  Try some free samples today.
June 20, 2016

In a meeting on Friday, State Health Director Dr. Randall Williams stated SB734 would be signed into law at 1:00pm today and that at 2:00pm today pharmacists would be able to dispense Naloxone under the new statewide standing order.

June 16, 2016
SB734 Naloxone Standing Order Legislation passed in the Senate yesterday. Will be signed by Governor McCrory
Monday at 1:00 PM.

March 9, 2016
Free CE

The Board of Pharmacy and The Academy at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy have partnered to build a continuing education program for pharmacists on the North Carolina Controlled Substances Reporting System (“CSRS”).  The on-line CE module educates pharmacists on the process for activating CSRS access, the menu system for acquiring data in the CSRS, and, perhaps most importantly, provides a series of interactive case scenarios designed to guide pharmacists in the appropriate use of CSRS data in various practice settings.  To access the program, which is available without cost to pharmacists, please click the link below and complete each section of the website. At the end of the program, you will have an opportunity to take a post-assessment test and claim one (1) hour of distance based CE credit. Link:

Provider Status for Pharmacists
Patrick Brown is attending the NCPA Legislative Conference. He plans to visit with our two Senators and encourage them to become sponsors of Senate Bill (S. 314) that will give Provider Status to pharmacists.  Mollie Scott, a ProviderStatus Committee member shared the letter she sent to our Senators she encourgages you to cut and past it in to the contact site of their (web) pages. I encourage you to send a letter yourself to reinforce Patrick's visit.  It would be nice to see our Senators join as cosponsors of (S. 314).

Pharmacists’ Roles on the Healthcare Team Are Expanding
Results released from the Pharmacy Workforce Center’s 2014 National Pharmacist Workforce Survey indicate that pharmacists are performing more patient care activities in a variety of healthcare settings, and spending less time in the traditional dispensing role. The 2014 report also reveals that pharmacy has shifted toward a female-dominated profession, with more women than men serving as actively practicing pharmacists and in management positions. Read the full story. This story is encouraging as we see how the role of the pharmacist is really changing.  As NCAP begins to ”rebrand” itself we will be looking for your input on how we can help advance NC Pharmacy Practice

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Immunization Update: What Every Pharmacist Needs to Know

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