Seminar in Laboratory Tests
This 2 day interactive course is designed to provide pharmacists with an understanding of the use of common laboratory tests in clinical pharmacy practice. The seminar will combine 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 has been designed to meet the needs of pharmacists working both in hospital and community pharmacy practice.
By the end of the seminar participants will be able to:
- 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.
Member early bird: $600
Non member early bird: $750
The early bird rate will end on Friday 7th July after this date the below prices apply.
Non member: $975
Please contact SHPA on firstname.lastname@example.org or 03 9486 0177 if you wish to register for this event.
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Professor Jeff Hughes BPharm, PGDipPharm, MPharm, PhD, AACPA, , Head, School of Pharmacy, Curtin University
Ms Bhavini Patel, MRPharmS, BSc (Pharm) (Portsmouth), MSc (Derby), Director of Pharmacy, Royal Darwin Hospital
Mr Karl Winckel, BPharm, CertClinPharm, DipClinPharm, CertPsychTherap, Education and Training Pharmacist, Princess Alexandra Hospital
This CPD event has been accredited for 12.75 hours of Group-2 (or 25.5 CPD credits), suitable for inclusion in an individual pharmacist’s CPD plan. The accreditation number is S2015/86.
The program addresses pharmacist competency standards, including:
2.2 Work to resolve problems
2.3 Collaborate with members of the health care team
4.2 Consider the appropriateness of prescribed medicines
7.1 Contribute to therapeutic decision-making
7.2 Provide ongoing medication management
7.3 Influence patterns of medicine use
8.1 Retrieve, analyse and synthesise information
National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists in Australia, 2010