Canadian Cardiovascular Pharmacists Network

18th Annual Cardiovascular Fall Symposium

October 4 & 5, 2019

Regina, Saskatchewan

Double Tree Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre


This program will provide practicing pharmacists with an opportunity to obtain a more comprehensive understanding of therapeutic issues in cardiac and vascular disease, to enable them to contribute positively to patient outcomes. Interactive workshop sessions will allow participants to apply newly acquired knowledge.

Friday, October 4, 2019

Location: Bushwakker Brewing (2206 Dewdney Ave, Regina, SK)

**Note: registration is limited to first 40 registrants**

1900-2100: Be a Social Pharmacist: Using Social Media to Support Professional Practice and Evidence Based Medicine - Aleina Haines, Samantha Tri

    • Food and Beverage provided

Saturday, October 5, 2019

Location: Double Tree Hilton Hotel (1975 Broad St, Regina, SK)

Room TBD

0730-0800: Registration and Breakfast

0800-0810: Welcome and Opening Remarks from CCPN - Sherri Koshman, Bill Semchuk, Lori Albers

0810-0845: A Patient's Experience

0845-0930: What's New in Dyslipidemia - Bill Semchuk

0930-1015: Diabetes Treatment in CV Patients: Putting it All Together - Lori MacCallum

1015-1030: Health Break

1030-1115: Recent Trials Impacting Practice - Aleina Haines, Samantha Tri

1115-1200: Challenges in Anticoagulation - Chair: Lori Albers; Panelists: Bill Semchuk, Lynette Kosar, Sheri Koshman

1200-1300: Body Break and Lunch

1300-1400: What’s old and new in Heart Failure - Sheri Koshman

1400-1500: Concurrent Workshops 1:

            • Heart Failure Management- Sheri Koshman (Location TBD)
            • Antithrombotic Potpourri - Lori Albers, Lynette Kosar (Location TBD)
            • Dyslipidemia Challenges - Bill Semchuk (Location TBD)
            • Practical Diabetes Management - Lori MacCallum (Location TBD)

1500-1515: Health Break

1515-1615: Concurrent Workshops 2: (Repeat of Workshops above)

1615-1645: e-Cigarettes, Vapes and Cannabis - Appropriate for Cardiac Patients? - Lynette Kosar

1645-1700: Closing Remarks

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