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15th Annual Preceptor Experiential Education Information Meeting and Continuing Education Program
May 11, 2017
5:00 - 9:00 p.m.
190 Kapoor Hall

The Challenges in Current Cholesterol Management
Dr. Emily Leppien
PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident/Buffalo Psychiatric Center
Learning Objectives:

  • Determine optimal treatment population based on the presence of ASCVD or ASCVD risk factors.
  • Identify the validity of recent, potentially oversimplified, statin headlines in the news and how these may influence physician prescribing.
  • Recognize appropriate management of dyslipidemia for ASCVD risk reduction based on updated guidelines and current primary literature.


New GLP‐1 Agonist / Basal Insulin Combination for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

Dr. Tony Chiapelli
PGY1 Community Pharmacy Resident/Lifetime Health Medical Group
Learning Objectives

  • List advantages and disadvantages of the combination and each of the individual components
  • Discuss the appropriate role of the new GLP-1 agonist/basal insulin combination in the management of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus

More events

UB SPPS Preceptor Recognition Social
June 2017 (date TBA)
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Pearl Street Grill and Brewery

The 2016 UBSPPS Annual Preceptor Development program focused on the review of the JCPP Pharmacist Patient Care Process and how to integrate the system with all levels of learners into your pharmacy practice site. The topic is relevant to pharmacist preceptors in all patient care settings and was presented by two of our faculty, Drs. Albanese and Wahler, this past October.

The home study version is now available free to our preceptors who were not able to attend the live program. To register for the home study go to http://www.pharm.buffalo.edu/ce. Please include your NABP number and date of birth so that you can receive credit. There is no fee for this program for UB SPPS preceptors—use the code “EEJCPP” to register.

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