"Ensuring a Resilient Drug Supply & Reducing Drug Shortages in the U.S."
From Jody Tracy
Title: “Ensuring a Resilient Drug Supply & Reducing Drug Shortages in the U.S.""
Presented by: Stephen W. Schondelmeyer, PharmD, PhD is a professor in PCHS; Century Mortar Club Endowed Chair in Pharmaceutical Management & Economics; Director of the PRIME Institute; and Co-Leader (with Dr. Mike Osterholm) of the Resilient Drug Supply Project. [bio link]
Seminar Objectives: Following the presentation, the attendees should be able to:
- Define the terms Critical Acute Drugs & Critical Chronic Drugs.
- Describe the concept of drug shortages and their impact on clinical care and population health.
- Explain the drug supply chain & identify factors that can result in disruptions or barriers to drug availability.
- Define the concept of ‘Country of Origin’ & explain the potential consequences of foreign dependence for the U.S. drug supply.
- List policy options that will help to ensure a resilient U.S. drug supply.
Date & Time: Monday, November 8, 2021, 12:15-1:15pm
Continuing Education credits are not available for this seminar.
This seminar is part of the Clinical Seminar Series for the College of Pharmacy. Visit https://www.pharmacy.umn.edu/departments-and-divisions/divisions/clinical-affairs-division for information on other past and upcoming Clinical Seminars.