Ways to Register
- Precision Medicine Conference: $599 on or before January 31; $699 beginning February 1
- Precision Medicine Conference (UF Faculty and Preceptor): $499 on or before January 31; $599 beginning February 1
- Precision Medicine Conference (Trainee/Student Rate): $250
- Pharmacogenomics Certificate Program for Pharmacists (Home Study Access and Live Conference): $749 on or before January 31; $849 beginning February 1
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Conference registration closes on 03/01/2019. Attendees are encouraged to review CME and CPE credit options.
Attendees must attend both days of the live 2019 UF Precision Medicine Conference to obtain the Pharmacogenomics Certificate. Attendees who opt-in to the certificate program will gain access to 12 hours of pharmacogenomics home study continuing education courses. You do not have to complete the 12 hours of continuing education material to receive the certificate. Pharmacist credit will be reported for those who successfully complete the home study material.
The home study course reviews how to order and interpret pharmacogenetic tests and apply test results to patient care in:
- Pain management
- Adverse drug reactions
- And much more
Personal genotyping is available for all attendees and is included as part of the registration fee. Information on how to participate will be provided after registration. Conference registrants must return their personal genotyping kit by mail on or before February 15, 2019, to ensure that sample results are available for use at the conference.
After this date, registrants will still have the option of returning their genotyping kits, but their results may not be available until after the conference. Participants who elect not to use personal genotype data or miss the cutoff will still be able to participate fully in patient case exercises using a de-identified DNA dataset.
For questions about the conference, please get in touch with our office.
The 2019 Precision Medicine Conference is hosted by leaders in implementing and researching pharmacogenomics and genomic medicine from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy and the UF Health Personalized Medicine Program.