Identification and Mitigation of Adverse Drug Events Through Use of a Novel Digital Clinical Tool

March 04, 2021
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EST

What is your systematic approach to teaching and ensuring medication safety? What tools do you use? This dynamic webinar will explore the science and real-world applicability of simultaneous multidrug analysis to minimize the risk of adverse drug events and improve quality of care. Program faculty will delve into factors that increase the risk for adverse drug events and apply a novel digital tool to identify and mitigate those risks in case examples.


  1. Describe novel ways to comprehensively identify and quantify risk of adverse drug events in patients who take multiple medications.
  2. Apply general scientific principles to target actionable interventions that minimize risk of adverse drug events.
  3. Describe ways technology can be used to improve medication safety education and patient outcomes.
  4. List the potential application of medication safety technology and science in educating the next generation of pharmacists.


Ron Jordan, R.Ph. FAPhA 
Chapman University School of Pharmacy


Jacques Turgeon, B.Pharm., Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer, TRHC
Professor Emeritus
Université de Montréal
Fellow Canadian Academy of Health Sciences
Fellow, Académie de médecine, France

Jerika Lam, PharmD, APh, AAHIVP, FCSHP
Associate Professor
Department of Pharmacy Practice
Chapman University School of Pharmacy

Albert Bach, PharmD, APh
Assistant Professor
Department of Pharmacy Practice
Chapman University School of Pharmacy

Karl Hess, PharmD, APh, CTH, FCPhA, FAPhA, AFTM RCPS (Glasg)
Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Director of Community Pharmacy Practice Innovations
CPESN Execuitive Pharmacy Residency Program Director 
Chapman University School of Pharmacy

Kevin Boesen, PharmD
Chief Sales Officer
Tabula Rasa Healthcare
National Advisory Board member
The University of Arizona