Extension Seminar in Laboratory Tests
This interactive course provides pharmacists with an understanding of the use of common laboratory tests in clinical pharmacy practice. This seminar will be delivered by a combination of self paced online learning and a two day virtual seminar.
The extension seminar combines didactic sessions focusing on interpretation of laboratory tests including their use in drug selection and the monitoring of therapeutic outcomes, together with case study sessions. The course is designed to meet the needs of pharmacists working in hospital or community pharmacy practice. Unsure if this is the right level for you? View the seminar level descriptors.
The self-paced learning package will be available from Friday 15 October 2021. The live virtual component of this seminar will take place on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 November 2021.
Please note: the self-paced learning package contains approximately 6 hours of learning materials and must be completed prior to attendance at the live virtual seminar.
Please note: all attendees will have 18 weeks of access to the seminar self-paced learning package and resources from your date of enrolment into this page. Enrolment details will be sent to registered attendees when available.
Unsure if this is the right level for you? View the seminar level descriptors.
Please note: presentation recordings from the live virtual seminar will not be available.
All times listed are in AEDT
- Use laboratory data in combination with clinical findings in assessing the most appropriate drug therapy for individual patients taking into consideration markers of disease severity, precautions/contraindications for particular drug use and the need for dosage modification.
- Use laboratory data in assessing the outcomes of drug therapy.
- Use laboratory data to assess drug toxicity
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- Professor Jeff Hughes, School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, Curtin University, WA; Chief Scientific Officer, PainChek Ltd, Sydney, NSW
Presenters & Facilitators
- Associate Professor Bhavini Patel, Executive Director Medicines Management, Research and Executive Lead COVID-19 Vaccine, Royal Darwin Hospital, Top End Health Service, Northern Territory Department of Health, Casuarina, NT
- Karl Winckel, Clinical Educator, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld; Lecturer/Post-graduate Course Co-ordinator, the School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland
- Courtney Hill, Medical Team Leader Clinical Pharmacist, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Qld
- Debbie Rigby, Advanced Practice Pharmacist, Brisbane, Qld
- Standard 3.1.2 Assess medication management practices and needs
- Standard 3.2.2 Provide primary care and promote judicious use of medicines
- Standard 3.3.1 Undertake a clinical review
- Standard 3.3.2 Apply clinical review findings to improve health outcomes
National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists in Australia, 2016
This activity has been accredited for 7.66 hours of Group-1 CPD and 8.33 hours of Group-2 CPD (for a total of 24.32 CPD credits), suitable for inclusion in an individual pharmacist’s CPD plan.
The accreditation number is S2021/02.