2020 Precision Medicine Conference

Activity Details

$899.00
2020 Pharmacogenomics Certificate Program for Pharmacists
9/16/2019
1/25/2020
Any time

Contact Information

352-273-6275
2046 NE Waldo Road
gainesville, Florida 32609

Register for the 2020 Pharmacogenomics Certificate Program for Pharmacists

Attendees must attend the Clinical Pharmacogenomics Pre-Conference and the 2020 Precision Medicine Conference to obtain the Pharmacogenomics Certificate. Attendees who opt-in to the certificate program will gain access to 12 hours of pharmacogenomics home study continuing education courses. You do not have to complete the 12 hours of continuing education material to receive the certificate. Pharmacist credits will be reported for those who successfully complete the home study material.

The home study course reviews how to order and interpret pharmacogenetic tests and apply test results to patient care in:

  • Pain management
  • Psychiatry/Neurology
  • Cardiology
  • Adverse drug reactions
  • Oncology
  • And much more

Clinical Pharmacogenomics Pre-Conference 

These sessions will provide the latest update on emerging topics in pharmacogenomics.  Attendees will learn from pharmacogenomics implementation leaders about their real world-experiences with using pharmacogenomics in the clinic, describe the regulatory oversight and need for evidence-based pharmacogenomic testing, as well as discuss the hottest topics in clinical pharmacogenomics today.

Precision Medicine Conference

These sessions will provide the latest update on emerging topics in pharmacogenomics.  Attendees will learn from pharmacogenomics implementation leaders about their real world-experiences with using pharmacogenomics in the clinic, describe the regulatory oversight and need for evidence-based pharmacogenomic testing, as well as discuss the hottest topics in clinical pharmacogenomics today.

The 2020 Precision Medicine Conference is hosted by leaders who are highly regarded in the fields of pharmacogenomics and genomic medicine from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy and the UF Health Personalized Medicine Program.