IPA Goes Local
IPA Goes Local is a partnership between IPA and Iowa’s regional pharmacy associations to bring a live CPE program to locations across the state and see what our members are doing on a local level.
IPA Goes Local 2019:
Burnout and Resiliency Programming: Awareness. Management. Care.
This educational program, co-hosted by the Iowa Pharmacy Association and Iowa Medical Society (IMS) in conjunction with the Meyvn Group, will explore what you can do to prevent burnout and how to recognize the warning signs; help you identify changes that can mitigate burnout; and explore simple, evidence-based solutions to enhance your joy in practicing medicine and reduce stress.
|"I learned so much about the burnout continuum and took home tangible tools to navigate burnout both for my professional and personal life. Tammy does a great job of holding your interest and making the presentation germane to any practice setting or position. Her highly applicable observations are great for your whole team and your patients. Come prepared to be wowed and to have a great interprofessional evening."
- Connie Connolly, RPh, BCACP
With our partnership with IMS, the IPA Goes Local events have expanded to 12 meeting locations throughout Iowa in 2019.
February 5 – Mason City
March 5 – Council Bluffs
March 6 - Dubuque
April 9 – Quad Cities
April 24 - Waterloo
May 15 – Fort Dodge
June 11 – Cedar Rapids
August 13 – Atlantic
September 11 – Ottumwa
October 8 – Sioux City | Register
November 5 – Iowa City | Register
December 3 – Ames | Register
At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
- Identify which type(s) of the five burnout archetypes describes you.
- Identify the different warnings signs of burnout.
- Describe the personal and professional impact of ignoring burnout.
- Identify different self-care methods to prevent burnout.
- Apply different behavioral interventions to develop self-management strategies in combating burnout.
- Compare and contrast the terms burnout and resiliency.
- Describe key strategies in developing professional resiliency.
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians
Tammy Rogers, Vice President, Meyvn Group
Please consult the schedule above for the current list of dates and times throughout 2019.
This activity is available at no cost.
Tammy Rogers does not report any actual or potential conflicts of interest in relation to this continuing pharmacy education activity.
Continuing Education Credit
Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians
Universal Activity Number (UAN):
0.2 CEUs/2.0 Hrs.
The Collaborative Education Institute is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. This is a knowledge-based CPE activity.
To obtain 2.0 contact hours of continuing pharmacy education credit (0.2 CEU), participants must participate in the live activity, and logon to the CEI website to complete the evaluation located in your CEI Profile. Once successfully completed, click the Submit button that appears in the column of your portfolio titled “CPE Submit”. The CPE Statement of Credit can then be accessed on CPE Monitor, www.MyCPEMonitor.net.