Increase Screen Time: A Discussion on Promoting Health Assessments for Women

Saturday, February 10, 2:00-3:00 PM

Accredited for Pharmacists and Technicians

Panel Discussion
Join expert panelists as they explore the pivotal role of pharmacy professionals in championing proactive healthcare for female patients. Learners will have an opportunity to engage in discussions about the critical significance of early detection via regular screenings, effective communication strategies and educational approaches to engage female patients, and the cultural, socioeconomic, and behavioral factors that impact adherence to screenings. Attend this session to evaluate how interdisciplinary partnerships and community engagement initiatives to promote preventative screenings can impact women's health.

Learning Objectives - Pharmacists
Upon successful completion of this application-based CPE activity, participants should be able to:

  1.  Assess the role of pharmacy team members in promoting preventive healthcare among female patients.
  2. Examine the significance of early detection through regular screenings in improving health outcomes for female patients.
  3. Explore effective communication strategies and educational approaches for pharmacy team members to utilize when engaging and encouraging female patients.
  4. Discuss the cultural, socioeconomic, and behavioral factors influencing female patients' adherence to regular screenings.
  5. Evaluate interdisciplinary partnerships and community engagement initiatives aimed at advocating for female patients.   

0.1 CEU/1 hr
UAN: 0107-0000-23-392-L04-P


Learning Objectives – Pharmacy Technicians
Upon successful completion of this application-based CPE activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Assess the role of pharmacy team members in promoting preventive healthcare among female patients.
  2. Examine the significance of early detection through regular screenings in improving health outcomes for female patients.
  3. Explore effective communication strategies and educational approaches for pharmacy team members to utilize when engaging and encouraging female patients.
  4. Discuss the cultural, socioeconomic, and behavioral factors influencing female patients' adherence to regular screenings.
  5. Evaluate interdisciplinary partnerships and community engagement initiatives aimed at advocating for female patients.  

0.1 CEU/1 hr
UAN: 0107-0000-23-392-L04-T


Biz McChesney

HIV and Hepatitis Section Supervisor, Bureau of HIV, STI, and Hepatitis, Division of Public Health, Iowa Department of Health and Human Services


Kimberly McMains, MHA

Public Health Planner, Polk County (Iowa) Public Health Department



Emmeline Paintsil, PharmD, MSLD, BCPS (Moderator)
Director of Professional Affairs, Iowa Pharmacy Association (IPA)