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9:00 am - 11:00 am  
LIVE CE BLOCK 1

 9:00 am
Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy Update
ACPE:0027-9999-20-112-L03-P
10:00 am 
Managing Specialty Patients During the COVID-19 Pandemic with Telephonic Outreach Communications

 ACPE: 0027-9999-20-113-L01-P

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
KEYNOTE SPEAKER -
Open to all registrants
Dan Schneider, featured in the Netflix docuseries "The Pharmacist"

12:05 - 2:05 pm
Live CE BLOCK 2

12:05 pm
Transgender Care for Pharmacists
ACPE: 0027-9999-20-114-L01-P
1:10 pm
PMP Update
ACPE: 0027-9999-20-115-L03-P

2:10 - 4:10 pm
LIVE CE BLOCK 3

2:15 pm
Immunization Update 2020

ACPE: 0027-9999-20-116-L06-P

3:15 pm
Biosimilar Adoption & Barriers to Success: Current and Future Considerations
ACPE: 0027-9999-20-117-L04-P
 

MPhA Fall Conference Keynote Speaker:
Dan Schneider, Advocate - Supported by Rite Aid

Our 2020 Keynote Speaker is Dan Schneider! Dan Schneider is a long-time advocate whose journey to avenge the death of his son – shedding light on the opioid epidemic in New Orleans in the process – is detailed in the Netflix docuseries, “The Pharmacist.” Schneider was born in 1950 and lived in Chalmette, Louisiana, all his life. One year after Katrina, Schneider moved to Mandeville, in the Eighth Ward, where he continues to reside today. Schneider’s advocacy has mostly been in St. Bernard, within the nearby Seventh Ward, until the docuseries gave him an international voice. After over a decade of advocating, Schneider would like to think his hard-found wisdom can benefit others.

By all accounts, Schneider’s upbringing can be considered a typical American story. Growing up in so-called God’s country, he was raised with two older brothers and one younger sister.  Schneider’s father was a good provider and he remembers his mother fondly as a great cook and disciplinarian. She taught Schneider and his siblings right from wrong, how to treat others respectfully, and encouraged her children to pursue their education. Schneider attended public schools and graduated from Chalmette High in 1969, where he also was an all-district tackle on the 1968 all-time greatest football team. Later, he went to UNO pre-pharmacy for two years and moved on to Xavier Pharmacy School where he graduated in 1975.  Schneider worked as a pharmacist at K&B and Eckerd Drugs prior to starting at Bradley’s pharmacy, which has garnered its own fame from the Netflix docuseries based on Schneider’s life. 


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