Seminar in Critical Care —1 day seminar
1 day seminar: 8th April 2017
This seminar will cover some of the key skills and drug knowledge required for critical care pharmacists early in their career or those who are interested in moving into this complex field.
A range of topics will be covered including sessions introducing pharmacists to the ICU environment and where to find resources. Other sessions will cover key critical care topics such as pain and delirium, sepsis and shock.
Online pre-work and case studies at the seminar will help consolidate key principles. A copy of the draft program is available below the registration link.
Registration Rates: Early bird rate will end at midnight, 24th March 2017
Member early bird: $496
Non-member early bird:$620
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* Please note when you have completed your registration you will receive a tax invoice and a separate confirmation email. If you do not receive these within 4 hours, you have not completed your registration. Your space is not guaranteed until registration is complete. Please contact the secretariat by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annie Egan, BPharm MClin Pharm, ICU Pharmacist, Nelson Hospital New Zealand
Belinda Badham, BPharm PGDipClinPharm, ICU Pharmacist, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD
Karlee Johnston, BPharm MClinPharm, Pharmacy Team Leader Division of Critical Care, Canberra Hospital ACT
Bianca Levkovich, BPharm MSc CertPharmPrac, PhD Scholar, Monash University, Melbourne
Fiona Doukas, BPharm MPH, Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist, Concord Hospital, Sydney
Lynn Choo, BPharm(Hons) MSc Adv Prac Pharmacis, ICU Pharamcist, John Hunter Hospital, NSW
This CPD event has been accredited for 12 hours of Group CPD (a total of 24 CPD credits) suitable for inclusion in an individual pharmacist’s CPD plan. The accreditation number is S2017/19
The program addresses pharmacist competency standards, including:
Standard 1.2 Practice to accepted standards
Standard 1.3 Deliver ‘patient-centred’ care
Standard 2.1 Communicate effectively
Standard 2.2 Work to resolve problems
Standard 2.3 Collaborate with members of the health care team
Standard 2.6 Plan and manage professional contribution
Standard 4.2 Consider the appropriateness of prescribed medicines
Standard 7.1 Contribute to therapeutic decision-making
Standard 7.2 Provide ongoing medication management
Standard 7.3 Influence patterns of medicine use
Standard 8.1 Retrieve, analyse and synthesise information