Program at a Glance

Note: The below program is subject to change. 


Thursday, May 3

12:00-17:00

Drug Interactions Workshop (New)

18:30-20:00

Satellite Symposium - Pfizer Oncology

Management of Patients with ER + HER2 - Metastatic Breast Cancer

Friday, May 4

07:00-08:30

Satellite Symposium - Apobiologix

The Science Behind Biosimilars

08:45-10:15

Satellite Symposium - Amgen

Optimizing the Opportunity: What the Pharmacist Needs to Know About Therapeutic Biosimilars in Oncology

10:30-12:00

Satellite Symposium - AstraZeneca

Practice Update: Locally Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

12:15-13:45

Satellite Symposium - Astellas

14:00-15:30

Satellite Symposium - Ipsen

Optimizing Outcomes for Patients with Rare Cancers: The Neuroendocrine Tumors (NET’s) Patient Journey

15:45-17:15

Satellite Symposium - Hoffmann-La Roche

17:15-19:00

Welcome Reception - Exhibits and Posters Viewing

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Saturday, May 5

07:00-08:30

Satellite Symposium - BD Canada

Panel discussion: Implementing Effective Strategies to Manage New Drug Waste Costs When Complying With the Beyond Use Dating Requirements of the NAPRA Model Standards.

08:00-08:45

Breakfast amongst the Exhibits and Posters

08:45-09:00

Welcome Remarks

09:00-09:45

Opening Plenary: Health Literacy - How Pharmacy Can Help Navigate Health Information for Patients

Tamara Harth

09:45-10:30

Plenary: Shared Decision Making: Speaking to Patients About Numbers

Derek Jorgenson

10:30-11:10

Refreshment Break amongst the Exhibits and Posters

11:10-11:40

CAPhO Awards

Presentation of Volunteer Recognition Award, Student Member Award, Preceptor / Mentorship Award and CAPhO Merit Award

11:40-12:25

Plenary: The Therapeutic Uses of Cannabis in the Oncology Setting

Danial Schecter

12:25-13:00

CAPhO Annual General Meeting

13:00-14:00

Lunch amongst the Exhibits and Posters

14:00-14:40

Panel: Post Cancer Treatment - The New Normal

Hélène Bourget-Letarte, Frances Cusano, Alex Hajjar

14:45-15:25

Concurrent Sessions 1

 

Practical Simulation-Based Education and Training for Oncology Pharmacy Professionals

Jason Wentzell

Target audience: Pharmacy educators, clinical pharmacists, pharmacy researchers, pharmacy administrators

Human Error and Oral Chemotherapy: An Exploratory Study in Nova Scotia

Rachel Gilbert

Target audience: Pharmacy technicians, pharmacy assistants, pharmacy administrators, pharmacy educators, pharmacy researchers, clinical pharmacists

 

Tumour Lysis Syndrome in the Context of Emerging Anti-cancer Therapies

Melanie Trinacty

Target audience: Clinical pharmacists, pharmacy educators

Opioid Crisis - How is the Oncology Patient Affected?

Kelly Grindrod

Target audience: Clinical pharmacists, pharmacy educators

15:25-16:05

Refresment Break amongst the Exhibits and Posters

16:05-16:45

Concurrent Sessions 2

 
 
 
Target audience: Clinical pharmacists, pharmacy educators
 

How to Make Pharmacy Recommendations so Others Will Listen

Nathan Lockhart

Target audience: Pharmacy technicians, pharmacy assistants, clinical pharmacists, pharmacy educators

 

Chemotherapy-induced Nausea and Vomiting (CINV) Control in Adults and Children: Mind the Gap!

Lee Dupuis

Target audience: Clinical pharmacists, pharmacy educators

Potential Strategies to Extend Beyond-Use-Date: The Ontario Experience

Ron Fung

Target audience: Pharmacy administrators, pharmacy educators, pharmacy technicians, pharmacy assistants, pharmacy researchers

17:00-17:45

Health Sessions

 

Running Group

Yoga

19:00-00:00

CAPhO Awards Gala

Presentation of Fellow of the Canadian Association of Pharmacy in Oncology (FCAPhO), Larry Broadfield Distinguished Service Award and CAPhO Past President Award

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Sunday, May 6

07:00-08:30

Satellite Symposium - Janssen

08:30-09:15

CAPhO Town Hall Breakfast Meeting

09:15-09:45

CAPhO Poster Award Presentations

09:45-10:30

Hot Topic Discussions

1. Beyond the Hood: Pharmacy Technicians and Clinical TrialsKathy LeBreux
2. Fertility Preservation and ChemotherapyMelanie Trinacty
3. How to Clean the Clean RoomSamantha Wright
4. Magical, Mysterious, Mischievous: Methadone in Cancer Pain Management - Chris Ralph
5. Monitoring Patients on Checkpoint Inhibitors: What to Expect and WhenGlenn Myers
6. Helping Older Adults Find Useful Health Information Online - Kelly Grindrod
7. Oncology Drug Shortages: How Are We Coping? Ivan Tyono
8. Oral GVHD ManagementTiffany Nguyen
9. Pharmacist Prescribing Collaborative CareEsther Jadusingh

10:30-10:45

Refreshment Break

10:45-11:30

Plenary: Management of Cancer-Associated Thrombosis

Marc Carrier

11:30-12:15

Plenary: “Building and Maintaining Resiliency”: a Wellness Session for Healthcare Providers working in Oncology 

Caroline Gérin-Lajoie

12:15-12:25

Closing Remarks

12:30-14:00

Satellite Symposium - Purdue

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