Join SHPA QLD branch for their annual symposium. This symposium is designed for early career pharmacist to gain foundation knowledge in key clinical areas within the hospital setting. Open to all pharmacist, interns and students the content will be aimed for those new to hospital pharmacy and those within their first 5 years of hospital experience. It will cover clinical areas such as cardiology, toxicology, paediatrics, palliative care, general medicine, and surgery. The symposium will contain interactive virtual tutorials, group-based discussion and multiple choice questions throughout the program to assist in consolidating knowledge.
Hampton’s hump, ground glass opacity, Fleishner sign, dilated right ventricle with a decreased retrosternal space, “glove-like” tubular shadows. What do these mean? How do these findings affect choice of pharmacotherapy or the prognosis of your patient? Pharmacists are advocates for best practice and patient care and are a key member of a treating team. Despite this, pharmacists are generally unexposed to radiology or anatomy training during their formal academic training or even during the course of their career. This masterclass is the first of its kind –empowering pharmacists to provide more informed decisions when assessing and recommending pharmacotherapy. This one-day Masterclass will be led by experts in infectious diseases, respiratory medicine and radiography and topics covered include diagnostic imaging fundamentals, respiratory diseases, lung anatomy and pathophysiology.
Gradually, hospital pharmacy has increased its proportion of PBS expenditure, currently at a high of 22%. This webinar will delve beneath the surface and look at where the 22% is being expended across the six participating jurisdictions and under which particular programs of the PBS including General PBS medicines and Section 100 Efficient Funding of Chemotherapy and Section 100 Highly Specialised Drugs Program.