Trading skirts and pants for scrubs: life as a perioperative pharmacist
Gain insights into perioperative pharmacy services, share the Queensland Health experience thus far, and find out about practical opportunities for pharmacists in this area.
- To provide an overview of the evidence base supporting perioperative pharmacy services
- Describe a case example of the process of establishing a pharmacist in the operating theatres
- Describe the different aspects and importance of medication management in theatres
- To provide practical examples of the value added by perioperative pharmacy services in terms of clinical, research and pharmacoeconomic interventions
Refreshments from 5.30pm presentation starts 6.00pm
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- Tori Forrester, BPharm (Hons), BBus (Management), Peri-operative Pharmacist, Princess Alexandra Hospital
- 1.5 Apply expertise in professional practice
- 1.6 Contribute to continuous improvement on quality and safety
- 3.2 Implement the medication management strategy or plan
- 3.3 Monitor and evaluate medication management
This CPD event has been accredited for 1 hour of Group-1 CPD (or 1 CPD credit) suitable for inclusion in an individual pharmacist’s CPD plan.
The accreditation number is S2018/15
National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists in Australia, 2016