2022 Annual Conference
IHFDA 6th Annual Conference
***Attend the conference and receive an IHFDA membership free for one year. A $150 dollar value***
IHFDA feels that the this year's conference in Nashville was the best one yet! The attendees were engaged and excited during the entire 2.5 days. The credit for this goes to the speakers, who provided those in attendance, both in person and virtual, with timely and pertinent information about many of the facets of investigating drug diversion within healthcare facilities.
IHFDA is offering this conference on replay, with up to 18.75 CE credits. You are able to watch each presentation in HD video; see the Q/A session, connect with other attendees all on the Whova Event Platform.
In addition, IHFDA constructed a first of its kind fundamental healthcare facility diversion course that is was offered in conjunction with the annual conference culminating in a live question and answer session in the morning of Day 1 in Nashville. This course is also available for replay and up to 8 CEs.
Fundamental Drug Diversion Certificate
“Overview of Institutional Drug Diversion” (1 hour)
“Drug Diversion Interviews in Healthcare: Gateway to the Truth” (1 hour)
“The Public Health Perspective: Injectable Drug Diversion and Bloodborne Pathogens Transmission” (1 hour)
“Developing a Comprehensive Drug Diversion Monitoring Program” (3 hours)
“The Intersection of Peer Support and Substance Use Disorder in Nurses” (1 hour)
The first offering of this course will provide continuing education credits. Cost for the the virtual course is $200.
This is something many of you in the field have been asking for years to be available for your new people into this area of investigation and those who desire a refresher course while also seeing the most recent methods and means of today’s investigators. Thanks for your input and support as we embark on this very important educational forum.
Becky Doerhoff, Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Cory Luper & Michael Carico, Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist
Discussing Processes and Demonstrating Skills Required for Interviewing
Terri Vidals & Bethanie Gamble, Rxpert Solutions
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Lauren Lollini, IHFDA
Michael Kalisher, UC Health (Random Drug Testing)
Alecia Pittman, Cooper University Health Care (For Cause Testing)
Alexandre Raymond & Cindy Mousa, Ochsner Health
Alternative to Discipline, An Opportunity for Change
Stephen Webster, University of Rochester Medical Center
Sushmita Shankar, Southern Illinois Healthcare
Danielle Neal & Leah Mitchell, Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist
Anesthesiology Waste Testing
Karen Kist, Nemours Children’s Health
Denise Hickey, Tampa General Hospital
Holly Borkowski, Lee Health, Fort Myers