Reducing opioid-related harm: in paediatric patients

1:00pm Thursday, 28 January 2021
2:00pm Thursday, 28 January 2021

This presentation will cover reducing opioid-related harm in paediatric patients.

Learning Objectives:

  • Outline the use of opioid medication in paediatric patients
  • Discuss ways to maximise the safe use of opioids
  • Describe the role of the pharmacist in optimising pain management for paediatric patients

This webinar will commence at 1:00pm AEDT

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  • Christine Onishko, Senior Pharmacist, Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide, SA

Competency Standards:

  • Standard 2.1.2 Support and respect the rights of patients and other clients to contribute to decision-making
  • Standard 2.3.1 Use appropriate communication skills
  • Standard 3.1.1 Obtain relevant health and medicines information
  • Standard 3.1.3 Collaborate to develop a medication management strategy or plan
  • Standard 3.2.5 Provide counselling and information for safe and effective medication management
  • Standard 3.2.6 Facilitate continuity of care during transitions of care

National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists in Australia, 2016


This webinar series (7 presentations) has been accredited for 7 hours of Group 1 CPD (or 7 CPD credits) suitable for inclusion in an individual pharmacists CPD record. The accreditation number is S2020/48.

Individual webinars can be recorded as 1 hour of Group 1 CPD (1 CPD credit).