Extension Seminar in Clinical Medication Management (May 2022)
This seminar will be delivered by a combination of self-paced learning and a live virtual seminar. It is designed to help you increase your sphere of influence, impact on patient care and extend your clinical practice across the patient care continuum. A 6-week self-paced virtual learning package focusing on clinical practice fundamentals will be followed by an interactive live online event taking place across two days to consolidate learning. Virtual case-based discussions of complex clinical scenarios and small group activities will be used to develop participant skills in problem solving to optimise medication management and resolve medication related problems. Unsure if this is the right level for you? View the seminar level descriptors.
To foster greater interactivity and connection between tutors, presenters and attendees in the virtual learning environment, places are limited.
The self-paced learning package will be available from Friday 15 April 2022. It comprises a series of self-directed preparation questions and approximately 3.5hrs of presentation material, plus additional time to complete associated activities and required reading.
The live virtual component of this seminar will take place on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 May 2022.
Please note: presentation recordings from the live virtual seminar will not be available.
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|Early bird (until COB 29 April 2022* )||$440||$550|
*COB is 5:00pm AEST
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- Sally Marotti, BPharm MClinPharm, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, SA
- Associate Professor Michael Barras, Acting Director of Pharmacy, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Qld; Associate Professor, School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Qld
- Jennifer Collins, Acting Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist, Top End Health Service, Darwin, NT
- Martin Canning, Safety & Quality Pharmacist, Drug use Evaluation Pharmacist, Safety & Quality Unit, Pharmacy Department, The Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane, Qld
- Andrew Hale, Assistant Director for Clinical Pharmacy, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Brisbane, Qld
- Ivanka Koeper, Deputy Director, Central Adelaide Local Health Network Clinical Pharmacy Services (Surgery, Perioperative and Critical Care, Heart and Lung, Cancer), SA Pharmacy, Department for Health and Wellbeing, Government of South Australia, Adelaide, SA
- Jacqueline Parkinson, Assistant Deputy Director of Pharmacy, Monash Health, Dandenong, Vic
- Hanh Tran, Senior Clinical Pharmacist, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, SA
- Abby Yu, Pre Admission Clinic Pharmacist and Surgical Team Leader, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Brisbane, Qld
- Standard 1.6.2 Monitor and respond to sources of risk
- Standard 1.6.3 Follow up incidents or lapses in care
- Standard 2.3.1 Use appropriate communication skills
- Standard 3.1.2 Assess medication management practices and needs
- Standard 3.1.3 Collaborate to develop a medication management strategy or plan
- Standard 3.2.5 Provide counselling and information for safe and effective medication management
- Standard 3.3.1 Undertake a clinical review
- Standard 3.3.2 Apply clinical review findings to improve health outcomes
- Standard 3.5.1 Review trends in medicine use
- Standard 3.5.2 Promote evidence-based medicine use
- Standard 4.1.2 Display emotional awareness and effective self-regulation of emotions
- Standard 4.2.2 Plan and prioritise work
- Standard 4.2.3 Maintain productivity
- Standard 4.2.4 Monitor progress and priorities
- Standard 4.3.4 Serve as a role model, coach and mentor for others
- Standard 5.2.2 Identify gaps in the evidence-base
- Standard 5.2.4 Design and deliver research projects to address gaps in the evidence-base and identify areas for innovation and advances in practice
National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists in Australia, 2016
This activity has been accredited for 3 hours of Group-1 CPD and 11.5 hours of Group-2 CPD (for a total of 26 CPD credits), suitable for inclusion in an individual pharmacist’s CPD plan. The accreditation number is S2020/36.