Proposed Resolutions for the 2016 APhA-ASP House of
Proposed Resolutions for the 2016 APhA-ASP House of Delegates Lauren Bode, APhA-ASP Speaker of the House Report of the APhA-ASP Resolutions Committee
APhA2016 Proposed Resolutions 2016.1 Increasing the Security of Pharmacies 2016.2 Pharmacist Administration of Injectable Medications 2016.3 Establishing Immunization Requirements 2016.4 Increasing Patient Access to Pharmacist-Prescribed Medications Be prepared to voice your opinions!
2016.1 Increasing the Security of Pharmacies APhA-ASP calls upon all stakeholders to take measures that create an environment that prioritizes the safety and security of patients and pharmacy personnel. These include: 1. The development and implementation of strategies and technologies to deter pharmacy robberies, such as timedelayed safes, panic buttons, stock bottle tracking devices,
physical pharmacy design, and video surveillance. 2016.1 Increasing the Security of Pharmacies 2. The development and implementation of relevant procedures and programs to train all personnel on actions to take during a pharmacy robbery.
Questions / Comments? 2016.2 Pharmacist Administration of Injectable Medications 1. APhA-ASP supports pharmacists and student pharmacists administering non-vaccine injectables, including but not limited to, antipsychotics, long-acting contraceptives, and
other hormone therapy pursuant to prescription, protocol, or collaborative practice agreement. 2016.2 Pharmacist Administration of Injectable Medications 2. APhA-ASP supports the development of programs to properly train pharmacists and student pharmacists to administer nonvaccine injectables, such as continuing education and
certificate training programs. 2016.2 Pharmacist Administration of Injectable Medications 3. APhA-ASP encourages all stakeholders, including but not limited to, pharmacies, health-systems, and third party payors, to develop a sustainable and financially viable
compensation model for pharmacist administration of nonvaccine injectables. Questions / Comments? 2016.3 Establishing Immunization Requirements 1. APhA-ASP affirms the valuable role immunizations play in protecting the public and strongly recommends that all
persons receive immunizations currently recommended by the CDC, except when medically contraindicated. 2016.3 Establishing Immunization Requirements 2. APhA-ASP recommends all private and public educational or child-care institutions require enrollees and employees to receive all CDC-recommended immunizations, except when
medically contraindicated. 2016.3 Establishing Immunization Requirements 3. APhA-ASP strongly affirms that it is the professional responsibility of all health care personnel to receive CDCrecommended immunizations and supports their employers mandating immunizations as a condition of employment, volunteering, or training, except when medically
Pharmacist- 1. APhA-ASP encourages legislative and regulatory changes that would enable pharmacists, with appropriate training and working as integral members of the health care team, to assess the patient and prescribe certain medications such as those for contraception, tobacco cessation, and international travel.
2016.4 Increasing Patient Access to Prescribed Medications Pharmacist- 2. APhA-ASP encourages the development of sustainable and
Chapter Delegate Orientation Webinar (Thursday Evening, February 25th) Provider Status: It's Happening (Education Session on Friday Afternoon, March 4th)
APhA-ASP Open Hearing on Proposed Resolutions & New Business (Saturday Morning, March 5th) APhA-ASP Open Candidate Review (Saturday Afternoon, March 5th) APhA-ASP House of Delegates First Session (Saturday Afternoon, March 5th) APhA-ASP House of Delegates Final Session (Sunday Morning, March 6th) APhA-ASP Policy Vice President Workshop (Sunday Afternoon, March 6th) APhA-ASP Student Advocacy Reception (Ticket required on Sunday Evening, March 6th) Visit aphameeting.org for a listing of session dates, times, and locations
APhA2016 Policy Resources Visit: www.pharmacist.com/apha-asp-house-delegates APhA-ASP Resolutions Committee Reports Chapter Delegate Registration and Orientation Information Chapter Delegate Resources and Materials APhA-ASP House of Delegates Agenda and New Business Item Form APhA-ASP Adopted Resolutions (Policy Book) APhA-ASP National Officer Election Information
APhA-ASP PharmFlix Video Contest Information APhA2016 Policy Resources Any questions about the following: APhA-ASP Policy Postcard Challenge (due March 1st) APhA-ASP Back the PAC Campaign (due March 1st) APhA-ASP New Business Items (due Friday, March 4th at 8:30am) APhA-ASP Student Advocacy Reception (tickets purchased by March 6th)
Contacts:Lauren Bode, APhA-ASP Speaker of the House [email protected] See You in Baltimore!
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