Get a jump-start on learning — participate in a pre-meeting workshop. You must be a full Midyear Clinical Meeting registrant and pay a separate fee to attend a workshop. Registration fees for full-day workshops include lunch and refreshments during breaks.
Enrollment is limited and workshops fill quickly, so register soon. Registration must be received on or before December 2.
ASHP reserves the right to cancel a pre-meeting workshop for reasons that make it impractical or unreasonable to conduct. If that occurs, each registrant will be issued a full refund.
For more information, view the Session Schedule & Itinerary Planner.
Saturday, December 7
Residency Program Design and Conduct (RPDC)
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Workshop Fee: $390 (Lunch and break included)
NOTE: CE credit will not be offered for this workshop.
In this workshop, attendees will review accreditation standards for the design and conduct of a pharmacy residency program, including requirements related to program purpose, competency areas, goals and objectives, program structure, learning experiences, orientation, use of preceptor roles, evaluation, resident development plans, and continuous residency program improvement. Attendees may bring materials from their program for review during the workshop. Take advantage of the opportunity to get your questions answered and share ideas for meeting accreditation requirements.
You must select one of the following areas when registering:
- RPDC A: PGY1 New Programs (limit: 80 participants)
- RPDC B: PGY1 Existing Programs (limit: 100 participants)
- RPDC C: PGY2 New and Existing Programs (limit: 80 participants)
Sunday, December 8
Basic Statistics: A Nonthreatening Approach to the Use of Statistics in Clinical Trials 2019
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
ACPE Activity #: 0204-0000-19-335-L04-P
Contact Hours: 7.50 | Application-based
Workshop Fee: $390 (Lunch and break included; limit: 40 participants)
Learn how to apply basic statistical tests to research reports typically seen in medical literature. This workshop explores the most commonly used tests, including t-tests, analysis of variance, tests for equivalence, Z-test of proportions, odds ratios and relative risk ratios, chi-square, correlation, and linear regression. Practical examples and problems drawn from scientific research will be used to illustrate statistical concepts and mathematical procedures. Emphasis is on the appropriate use of statistics and the interpretation of their results.
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Contact Hours: 7.00 | Knowledge-based
Breakfast and lunch are included. Breakfast served at 7:00 a.m. Midyear Clinical Meeting registration not required (limit: 350 participants).
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