Conference Program

Conference Program 2018-11-25T11:17:32+00:00

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PRE-CONFERENCE PROGRAM

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Thursday 22 November 2018

0800–1700 Conference registration open – M1/M2 Foyer
0800–1700 Leaders Evolving and Developing (L.E.A.D.) Program – Boot Camp 2.0
ROOM Mezzanine M1/2
0800–0845 Registration
0845–1630 Main Program

Introduction: Market Assessment and Healthcare Trends

Facilitator: Bhavini Patel, Executive Directive of Medicines Management and Transformation and Change for NT Department of Health and Top End Health Services

Module 1: Declaration of Who I am and Defining Success
Facilitator:  Jennifer Tryon, Associate Vice President and Chief Pharmacy Officer at Wake Forest Baptist Health, North Carolina, USA

Module 2: Leadership Value Equation
Facilitator: Jennifer Tryon, Associate Vice President and Chief Pharmacy Officer at Wake Forest Baptist Health, North Carolina, USA

Module 3: Data – Ensuring the Health of Your Business Unit Through Metrics
Facilitator: Bhavini Patel, Executive Directive of Medicines Management and Transformation and Change for NT Department of Health and Top End Health Services

Module 4: Resilience – Master Work Life Balance & Integration
Facilitator: David Chen, Senior Director, Section of Pharmacy Practice Managers Pharmacy Practice Sections, American Society of Health-system Pharmacists, Maryland, USA

Module 5: Succession Planning
Facilitator: David Chen, Senior Director, Section of Pharmacy Practice Managers Pharmacy Practice Sections, American Society of Health-system Pharmacists, Maryland, USA

Module 6: Human Resources – Effective Performance Management

Facilitator: Jennifer Tryon, Associate Vice President and Chief Pharmacy Officer at Wake Forest Baptist Health, North Carolina, USA

1630 Close
0800–1700 SHPA RESEARCH BOOTCAMP
ROOM Plaza P5
0800–0845 Registration
0845–0900 Welcome
Associate Professor Lisa Pont, NTRC Chair and Discipline of Pharmacy, Graduate School of Health, University of Technology, NSW
0900–0930 The importance of practice-based research and development of good research questions
Professor Jeff Hughes, Professor, School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Science, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University, WA
0930–1015 Research Ethics: Do’s and Don’ts
Michelle Rothwell, 
A/Allied Health Team Leader, Allied Health Education and Training, Cunningham Centre, Qld
1015–1045 Morning tea
1045–1230 Workshop: Developing a research protocol
Facilitator: Professor Jeff Hughes, Professor, School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Science, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University, WA
1230–1330 Lunch
1330–1500 Workshop: Articulating your research protocol 
Facilitator: Professor Jeff Hughes, Professor, School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Science, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University, WA
1500–1530 Afternoon tea
1530–1545 Starting out in research, Chin-Yen Yeo, Clinical Pharmacist, St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, NSW
1545–1630 The role of collaboration in research
Dr Andrew Hale,  Assistant Director, Clinical Services, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld
1630–1700 Disseminating research findings
1700 Close
0900–1700 EMM Pre-Conference Workshop, facilitated by the SHPA EMM Specialty Practice Stream Leadership Committee
Princess Alexandra Hospital. Lunch will be held a short walk away at the Pacemaker café.
0900–0930 Registration
Princess Alexandra Hospital main entrance and atrium. From here, participants will be guided to the training/computer lab)
Basics of EMM (PAH main building – Ground Level, Training/Computer lab 4)
0930–0950 Session Overview, Maryanne Molenaar, Systems Pharmacist, Pharmacy Department, Eastern Health
0950–1020 Cerner Millennium® vs DXC MedChart® – Contrast and Comparison of Two Major Australian EMM solutions. Documenting and Ordering Medications and Allergies
Joanne Wilson, Clinical Information Systems Pharmacist – Canberra Hospital and Health Services and James Grant, Clinical Pharmacist Lead – Medications Initiative, ieMR Centre of Excellence, eHealth Queensland, Department of Health 
1020–1050 Cerner Millennium® vs DXC MedChart® – Contrast and Comparison of two major Australian EMM solutions. Administering a medication, Verifying a medication and Clinical Decision SupportJoanne Wilson, Clinical Information Systems Pharmacist – Canberra Hospital and Health Services and James Grant, Clinical Pharmacist Lead – Medications Initiative, ieMR Centre of Excellence, eHealth Queensland, Department of Health
1050–1110 Morning tea
1110–1140 Hands on training and scenarios in the QH domain
1140–1230 Participant questions to the Panel. Q+A and some open to and for regarding what’s been discussed so far
Rosemary Burke, A/District Director of Pharmacy & Chief Pharmacy Information Officer, Sydney Local Health District  
Joanne Wilson, Clinical Information Systems Pharmacist – Canberra Hospital and Health Services
1230–1400 Lunch (Pacemaker Café)
Advanced EMM (PAH main building – Ground Level, Training/Computer lab 4)
1400–1430 Session Overview, Erica TongChief Pharmacy Information Officer, Deputy Director of Pharmacy, Lead Clinical Pharmacist, Emergency and Acute Medicine, Alfred Health, Vic
1430–1500 Complex Meds – IV Heparin, Daniel O’BrienClinical Business Analyst, Alfred Health, Vic
1500–1530 Complex Situation – Hydromorphone and discharge reconciliation, Rosemary Burke, A/District Director of Pharmacy & Chief Pharmacy Information Officer, Sydney Local Health District
1530–1550 Afternoon tea
1550–1620 Safety Risks – SAC1 events in EMM systems, James Grant, Clinical Pharmacist Lead – Medications Initiative, ieMR Centre of Excellence, eHealth Queensland, Department of Health
1620–1650 Pharmacy Practice in EMM – Inherent and new opportunities, Daniel O’BrienClinical Business Analyst, Alfred Health, Vic
1650–1700 Wrap up and close, Maryanne Molenaar, Systems Pharmacist, Pharmacy Department, Eastern Health 
0900–1700 Paediatrics and Neonatology, Facilitated by the SHPA Paediatrics and Neonatology Leadership Committee
ROOM Plaza P3
1000–1015 Registration
1015–1030 Welcome and introductions, Sonya Stacey
1030–1100 The good, the bad and the ugly of eMM in paediatrics and neonates

  • Recent evidence (5 min)
  • “Are you ready for this?” (5 min)
  • Using eMM for quality improvement and research (15 min)

Sonya Stacey (Chair), Bryanna Lawrie, Sarah Fuller, Bruce Chio

1100–1200 Clinical Ethics in Paediatric Healthcare – Managing Innovative Therapies and the Rise of Social Media (60 minutes), Dr Helen Irving
1200–1230 Nursinersen Therapry – Evidence and Practicalities (30 minutes), Dr Anita Cairns
1230–1315 Lunch
1315–1345 Gender Clinics – what is the role of medication and how can pharmacists make the process easier? Dr Stephanie Johnson
1345–1415 Opioid use in Paediatrics

  • Sustained Release Opioids in Paediatrics (10 mins)
  • Prescribing Trends of opioids in Children Post Tonsillectomy (5 mins)
  • Group Discussion – what strategies are hospitals putting in place to respond to the Global Patient Safety Challenge (15 mins)

Sonya Stacey (Chair), Catherine Kotzur, Simon Hynh

1415–1445 Parenteral Nutrition in Paediatrics and Neonates – an update

  • Lines, ordering and standardised formulas (10 mins)
  • Cost-benefit Analysis of standardising PN in neonates (5 mins)
  • Group Discussion – is standardising formulations a good thing? (15 mins)

Lana Steward-Harrison (Chair), Vineeth Rajan

1445–1515 Lightning Research Presentations –
3 x 5 min presentation + 5 min questions
Sonya Stacey (Chair)
1515–1545 Afternoon tea
1545–1630 Patient prioritisation and workflow in the paediatric setting

  • Patient prioritisation (the Adelaide experience) (15 min)
  • Patient Flow and the Pharmacist (the Brisbane experience) (15 min)
  • Group discussion – what techniques have centres used to prioritise patient care and workflow in the paediatric setting?

Alka Garg (Chair), Alka Garg, James White

1630–1700 Roundtable discussion

  • How are kids coping with medicinal cannabis? (10 min)
  • Building advanced residency in paediatrics and neonatology (10 min)
  • Feedback on Standard of Practice – paediatrics and neonatology (10min)

Sonya Stacey (Chair)

1700 Close
1030–1700 Antimicrobial Stewardship: getting it right the first time, facilitated by the SHPA Infectious Diseases Specialty Practice Stream
ROOM Plaza P2
1030–1100 Registration
1100–1110 Welcome
1110–1130 Overview, Dr Minyon Avent, Queensland Statewide Antimicrobial Stewardship Program
1130–1215 How to implement AMS strategies through behaviour change, Associate Professor Jennifer Broom, PhD, Staff Specialist Infectious Diseases, Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service and the University of Queensland
1215–1300 Lunch
1300–1330 AMS: widening the collaborative approach, Stacey McNamara, Queensland Statewide Antimicrobial Stewardship Program
1330–1430 Case Scenarios, all tutors
1430–1450 Afternoon tea
1450–1520 AMS monitoring at the bedside and providing feedback to prescribers
AMS interventions
Dr Minyon Avent, Queensland Statewide Antimicrobial Stewardship Program, Kelly Cairns, Lead Stewardship Pharmacist, Antimicrobial Pharmacy, The Alfred, Sharmila Khumra,Infectious Diseases/Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist, The Alfred
1520–1550 From bench to beside: how to implement AMS strategies at the ward level, Paul Firman, Pharmacist, and Jason Waddell, Senior Paediatric Pharmacist, Logan & Beaudesert Hospitals, Metro South Health, Logan Hospital,Qld
1550–1650 Case scenarios, all tutors
1650–1700 Wrap up and close
1300–1730 Mental Health Workshop, facilitated by the SHPA Mental Health Leadership Committee
ROOM Plaza P4
1300–1330 Registration
1330–1340 Welcome and introductions, Alice Gilbert, Chair, SHPA Mental Health Leadership Committee
Leadership – What is happening at the national level (with MH priorities) and where do pharmacists fit in?
1340–1410 “Medication safety in mental health: findings from a national scoping study”Janet Sluggett, Research Fellow, Monash University, Parkville, Vic
A national scoping study focusing on medication safety issues in mental health in Australian hospital and community settings was recently released by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. Janet will discuss findings from the scoping study and potential strategies to support improvements in medication safety in mental health.
1410–1440 “Quality Use of Medicines in Mental Health: Time for change”Helen Lowy, Program Manager, Medicines, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Department of Health and Human Services, Melbourne, Vic
The “reducing adverse medication events in mental health” survey highlighted opportunities for the implementation of best evidence based practice in medication safety. Helen will outline activity and aspirations to address these and other opportunities to improve the quality use of medicines in mental health.
1440–1510 “Culture, comprehension and compliance – medication understanding and adherence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients”, Amelia ArandigaSenior Clinical Pharmacist, Top End Mental Health Service, Darwin, NT
Health statistics repeatedly highlight the health care discrepancy faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Medication adherence plays a major contributing role to these statistics. Amelia will discuss current ways the Northern Territory Mental Health Service is improving medication adherence.
1510–1530 Afternoon tea
Digital Health – What is the impact and influence of technology within Mental Health
1530–1600 “Technology; the positives”, Yvette Haselden, Pharmacist Team Leader (families), Specialising in Mental Health, Cairns Hospital, Qld
How has technology positively influenced mental health and mental health treatment? This presentation will unpack how technology has changed the accessibility to mental health professionals, medicines information, and connectivity
1600–1630 “Technology; the negatives”, Alice GilbertPolicy Maker and Strategist, Medicines Management Unit, Department of Health, Darwin, NT
How has technology negatively influenced mental health and mental health treatment? This presentation will offer the alternative side to technology and the impact on mental health.
1630–1715 Q&A
This is the chance for participants to ask their burning questions about matters and concerns not necessarily covered into today’s session.  Together we might be able to come up with some answers!
1715–1730 Thank you and close, Alice Gilbert, Chair, SHPA Mental Health Leadership Committee
1300–1730 Medication Safety Workshop, facilitated by the SHPA Medication Safety Specialty Practice Stream Leadership Committee
ROOM Plaza P1
1300–1330 Registration
1330–1340 Welcome and introductions, Toni HowellChair, SHPA Medication Safety Leadership Committee
1340–1415 Investigate Hospital Acquired Complications (HACs) and what they mean for patient safety, James Downie, CEO, Independent Hospital Pricing Authority.
The new hospital acquired complications (HAC) funding approach and risk adjustment methodology.
1415–1445 Consider trigger tools suggestive of system failure and opportunities to act early to prevent harm, Melinda Scott, Director, Clinical Health Information Services, The Prince Charles Hospital; Kym Kuenstner, Senior Health Information Manager, The Prince Charles Hospital
Clinical coding, using the complete clinical record to get the big picture on patient safety.
1445–1510 Explore opportunities to apply health service indicators from patient coding to improve medication safety in your organisation.  Facilitated discussion with the Medication Safety Leadership Committee
1510–1530 Afternoon tea
1530–1550 Tools and strategies to improve medication safety, Helen Dowling, eHealth and Medication Safety lead, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care
How do the ACSQHC Clinical Care Standards and HACs link to the Medication Safety Standard?
1550–1725 Hot topic discussion and workshop: In this interactive session, discuss the challenges in your own health services and workshop methods to apply solutions.
Learn tips and strategies to meet the actions of the new Standards which will be active in 2019.
1725–1730 Thank you and wrap up, Toni HowellChair, SHPA Medication Safety Leadership Committee

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MAIN CONFERENCE PROGRAM

All conference sessions take place at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Friday 23 November 2018

0700–1900 Conference registration, BCEC foyer
0830–1010 PLENARY SESSION ONE
ROOM Great Hall 1&2
CHAIR Michael Dooley
0830–0840 Welcome to Country
0840–0850 Conference opening
Welcome and introduction to conference, Assoc Professor Michael Barras, MM2018 Scientific Program Committee Chair
0850–0910 President’s Address, Professor Michael Dooley, SHPA Federal President
0910–0920 Induction of the new SHPA Fellows
0920–1010 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION – Time to invest, Professor Christopher Cutts, Pharmacy Dean, School of Pharmacy and Medicines Optimisation, Health Education England, UK
ROOM Great Hall 1&2
1010–1050 Morning tea
1050–1145 “Time to Shine” FEATURED LIGHTNING TALKS
CHAIR: Lisa Pont
1050–1055 Session Chair introduction of speakers – highlighting the 8 best abstracts to inspire
1055–1058 Medication histories from the cloud: useful, but beware of the pitfalls
Dr Rohan Elliott, Senior Pharmacist, Austin Health, Vic
1058–1101 Collaboration between healthcare and industry to improve the safety of neuromuscular blocking agents in Australia

Amy McRae, Senior Pharmacist – Quality Use of Medicines Pharmacy, Alfred Health, Vic

1101–1104 Treatment of clozapine-associated obesity and diabetes with exenatide (CODEX): a pilot randomised controlled trial

Karl Winckel, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld

1104–1107 Emergency Department screening tools to assist pharmacists targeting patients at risk for medication related problems

Dr Simone Taylor,
Austin Health, Vic
1107–1110 Partnered pharmacist medication charting: multi-site evaluation demonstrating reduction in length of stay

Erica Tong, Chief Pharmacy Information Officer, Alfred Health, Vic

1110–1113 Pharmacist-led medication education intervention improves outcomes among ambulatory patients with decompensated cirrhosis

Kelly Hayward, Clinical Pharmacist, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld

1113–1116 Intensive Care Unit Medication Management Technicians (ICU-MMT) –Pharmacy Technicians Leading the Way in Medication Access

Belinda Theobald,
Deputy Director of Pharmacy (Operations), The Alfred Hospital, Vic
1116–1119 Clinical pharmacist impact on outpatient dialysis services

Jeremy Szmerling,
Resident Pharmacist, Eastern Health
1120–1130 Advancing Practice Credentialing Recognition
1130–1140 SHPA Mentoring Program (pilot) – Graduation
1140–1145 Move to sessions
1145–1315 CONCURRENT SESSIONS: INVITED SPEAKERS
S1 – WORKFORCE & WELLBEING S2 – LIFESPAN S3 – TIME-CRITICAL CARE S4 – DIGITAL HEALTH S5 – LEADERSHIP S6 – TECHNICIAN
ROOM Great Hall 1&2 Mezzanine M1&2 Mezzanine 3 Plaza P1&2 Plaza P4&5 Plaza P3
CHAIR Ian Coombes Tony Hall Elizabeth Doran Rosemary Burke Sonya Stacey Trudy Teasedale
1145–1215 1145–1200: Pharmacy at University: time to learn
Dr Christy Noble, Principal Research Fellow (Allied Health), Gold Coast University Hospital, Qld
1200–1215: PANEL DISCUSSION
Facilitator: Dr Christy Noble
Panel members: Karen Whitfield, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld Joe Parmenter, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld,Chris Cutts, Health Education England, UK
When time is short: neonatal & paediatric palliative care
Dr Deborah Gilmour, Neonatal Senior Registrar, Grantley Stable Neonatal Unit, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld
Demystifying the QT in Toxicology, Kath Isoardi, Senior Staff Specialist, Emergency Department and Clinical Toxicology Unit, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld Time for digital innovation in health
Professor Keith McNeil, Assistant Deputy Director-General, and Chief Clinical Information Officer, Queensland Department of Health, Qld
Bring your team along to Happy Hour
Dominic Tait, Executive Director Clinical Services, Children’s Health Queensland Hospital, Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Qld
Time to redesign
Dan Guidone, Head of Pharmacy Futures, The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, Vic
1215–1245 Feedback: it’s time to go
Dr Christy Noble, Principal Research Fellow (Allied Health),
Gold Coast University Hospital Qld and Brooke Bullock, Medical Education Officer, Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service;
PhD Candidate, University of Queensland, Qld
When time is limited: managing life-limiting illnesses
Dr James Stevenson, Palliative Care Specialist, The Prince Charles Hospital, Metro North Hospital and Health Service, Qld
“Time=Brain”: advances in acute stroke management
Dr Darshan Shah, Stroke Consultant, University of Queensland, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld, and Judith Coombes, SHPA conjoint lecturer/clinical educator, The University of Queensland / Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld
Real time use of data
Dr Clair Sullivan,Chief Digital Health Officer, Metro North HHS; Endocrinologist; Co-Director, Healthcare Innovation and Transformation Excellence Collaboration (HITEC), Clinical Excellence Division, Queensland Health, Qld
Travel back in time
Jane Booth, Formulary and Business Development Pharmacist, Monash Health, Vic
Time to collaborate
Associate Professor Rhiannon Braund,Department of Preventive and Social Medicine (DSM), University of Otago, NZ
 
1245–1315 Workforce Retention: it’s time to build our workforce
Shaun Drummond, Chief Executive at Metro North Hospital and Health Service, Brisbane, Qld
When time is ending: managing end of life care
Dr Clive Eakin, Palliative Care Specialist Logan Hospital Metro South Health, Qld and Jennifer Gallagher, CNC Palliative Care Logan Hospital Metro South Health, Qld
“Getting there ahead of time”: Exploring the role of medicines in pre-hospital emergency care, Dr Stephen Rashford, Medical Director, Queensland Ambulance Service Qld   Clinical Informatics Pharmacist: is it time?
Erica Tong, Chief Pharmacy Information Officer, Deputy Director of Pharmacy, Lead Clinical Pharmacist, Emergency and Acute Medicine, Alfred Health, VIC and
Samantha Nothling, Senior Applications Specialist, Medication Management, Queensland Department of Health, Qld
Never give up, great things take time
Professor Jason Roberts, School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland, Qld
Time to innovate
Tricia Holmes, Senior Pharmacy Assistant, Service Coordinator, Distribution, Central Adelaide Local Health Network, SA Pharmacy, SA
1315–1430 Lunch
1430–1515 LIGHTNING TALKS (Concurrent sessions)
L01 – ANTIMICROBIALS AND ONCOLOGY L02 – THERAPEUTICS L03 – QUALITY TIME L04 – TIMELY CARE
ROOM Mezzanine M1&2 Mezzanine M3 Plaza P1&2 Plaza P4&5
CHAIR Jacinta Johnson / sub chair Andrew Hale / sub chair David Hughes / sub chair Rebecca Curran / sub chair
1430–1434 Welcome and introduction of speakers Welcome and introduction of speakers Welcome and introduction of speakers Welcome and introduction of speakers
1434–1437 There’s an app for that: Automating Antimicrobial Stewardship Reports to Stretch Limited Resources, Kirstin Berry, Medication Safety and Quality Manager, Hunter New England Local Health District, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 221
A rare case of valproate induced encephalopathy
Ged Hawthorn, Orange Health Service, NSW POSTER NUMBER: 68
Automated screening of look-alike, sound-alike medicine names for safety
Helen Dowling, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 37
Use of dynamic ward lists to assist prioritisation of pharmacist services
John Shanks, Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist, Top End Health Service, NT
POSTER NUMBER: 238
1437–1440 Utilization of a specialist hospital pharmacist to optimise treatment outcomes for patients with hepatitis-C
Faten Moustafa, Specialist Hepatology Pharmacist, Northern Health, Vic
POSTER NUMBER: 116
Sterility testing of Defibrotide Syringes compounded in an Aseptic Production Unit
Claire Dittman, Senior Pharmacist – Aseptic Production, Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Qld
POSTER NUMBER: 33
A novel hospital pharmacist role working with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander cardiac patients
Scott Mitchell, Team Leader for Ambulatory Services & Rehabilitation, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld
POSTER NUMBER: 285
Swift switch: heparin to enoxaparin in a large haemodialysis group due to a medicine shortage
Stephanie Giles, Senior Renal Pharmacist, Alice Springs Hospital Pharmacy, NT
POSTER NUMBER: 53
1440–1443 The development of national guidelines for the safe prescribing, dispensing and administration of cancer therapy
Dr Christine Carrington, Senior Consultant Pharmacist/Assistant Director of Pharmacy
Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld
POSTER NUMBER: 16
Adrenal insufficiency? Fear not! – a step-by-step checklist forpharmacists
Wing Ng, Pharmacist, St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, NSW POSTER NUMBER: 122
Evidence for a standardised approach to naming medicines on dispensed labelling
Diana Shipp, Senior Project Manager, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, ACT
POSTER NUMBER: 156
Vancomycin and Piperacillin-Tazobactam combination therapy – evaluating the risk of acute kidney injury (Sub-analysis VancMan)
Emma McLaren, Pharmacist, Peninsula Health, Vic
POSTER NUMBER: 110
1443–1446 Deprescribing anti-hypertensive medications in the elderly: room to move
Lisa Rathjen, AHP2 Rotational Pharmacist, SA Pharmacy, SA
POSTER NUMBER: 140
Post-operative opioid prescribing trends on discharge: a retrospective audit
Yen Nie Yeoh,Monash Health, Vic
POSTER NUMBER: 204
Education of a Nation – Establishing a Needs-Based Education Approach
Mellissa Batger, Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 256
Analgesic Stewardship: how long will it take you to get on board?
Michael Whordley,Intern Pharmacist
Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld
POSTER NUMBER: 199
1446–1449 Utilising pre-defined oral switch criteria to identify missed intravenous to oral antibiotic switch opportunities
Catherine George, Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Vic
POSTER NUMBER: 51
Prescribing cascades and their effect on patients; investigating inappropriate prescribing in people with Parkinson’s
Lauren Corre,Intern Pharmacist, SA Pharmacy, SA
POSTER NUMBER: 29
Piloting an education package to support nursing and midwifery staff in medication reconciliation processes
Kate Roper,Medication Safety & Quality Officer, Clinical Excellence Commission, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 293
No pharmacist in the emergency department mental health unit: at what cost?
Krishna Shah,Pharmacist, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld
POSTER NUMBER: 297
1449–1452 Evaluation of the emetogenicity of intravenous erwinia asparaginase at a tertiary teaching hospital’s oncology centre
Ashleigh Crago, Rotational Pharmacist
Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Qld
POSTER NUMBER: 32
Pharmacist-initiated management of a suspected case of risperidone-induced Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome in an aged-care resident.
Michael Morcos, Clinical Pharmacist, Wardmm, Vic
POSTER NUMBER: 115
Medication mishaps: when misery brings mastery
Helena Joseph-Hauser, Medication Safety Pharmacist, Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 278
Pharmacist intervention: where are we spending our time?
Katie Laverick, Aged Care and Mental Health Team Leader Pharmacist, Wyong Hospital, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 227
1452–1455 Assessing Antimicrobial Prescribing in Small Australian Hospitals: The Patient Journey
Emily Waddell,Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist, Queensland Statewide Antimicrobial Stewardship Program, Qld
POSTER NUMBER: 193
Comparison of oral vs topical/intravenous tranexamic acid in total knee replacements
Liam King,Pharmacist, Ramsay Health Care, Qld
POSTER NUMBER: 87
eHealth: how does it weigh in?
Aryan Shahabi-Sirjani, Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist, Ryde Hospital, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 236
Something to ‘CHIRP’ about: Implementing real-time business intelligence in the era of electronic medication management
Daniel Trajkov, Pharmacist Consultant, Informatics, Children’s Health Queensland, Qld
POSTER NUMBER: 239
1455–1458 Can we engage surgeons in antimicrobial stewardship? Experience from weekly surgical AMS rounds
Fiona Doukas, Senior Pharmacist (Antimicrobial Stewardship), Concord Repatriation General Hospital NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 36
Clinical experience with U-500 concentrated insulin: efficacy and safety
Jessica Joseph, St Vincent’s Hospital, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 81
The effect of changing the model of service provision on clinical pharmacists
Susanne Sturm, Senior Pharmacist, Monash Health, Vic
POSTER NUMBER: 301
Direct oral anticoagulant monitoring: real world utilisation of rivaroxaban plasma level monitoring
Stephanie Gibson, Senior General Medicine Pharmacy, Eastern Health, Vic
POSTER NUMBER: 52
1458–1501 The Hype about Hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy
Marian Youssef,Pharmacist, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 206
You got to have a nerve to say ‘NO’ to opioids!
Dr Yogendra Mishra, Clinical Pharmacist, Westmead Hospital, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 114
A Self-Assessment Tool (SAT) for Hospitals that Use Electronic Medication Management (EMM) Systems
Herbert Down, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 219
Let’s not take our own sweet time managing perioperative blood glucose levels (BGLs)
Courtney Hill, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld
POSTER NUMBER: 70
1501–1504 Swallowing the costs: Timely switching of parenteral to oral therapy
Barry Jenkins, Chief Pharmacist, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA
POSTER NUMBER: 78
Off-label use of Calcitonin in the treatment of phantom limb pain: a mini case series
Winnie Zhao, Clinical Pharmacist, Westmead Hospital, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 208
The impact of hospital-wide digitalisation on medication prescribing for ICU discharges
Belinda Badman, Senior Pharmacist Critical Care
Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld
POSTER NUMBER: 213
It’s time to set ‘sights’ on being the same as everyone else. Uniqueness is overrated
Vicky Chen,Senior Pharmacist / Antimicrobial Stewardship, Sydney Hospital and Sydney Eye Hospital, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 216
1504–1507 Pharmacist-led prescribing and monitoring of antimicrobials
Julie Taylor,Pharmacist, Barwon Health, Vic
POSTER NUMBER: 178
Severe hypophosphataemia induced by intravenous iron: role of the pharmacist in searching for alternate treatments
Jacky Hanh, Concord Repatriation General Hospital, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 65
Pilot and validation of the SHReD learning styles questionnaire for patient education
Karly Forster, Senior Pharmacist, Gold Coast Hospital & Health Service, Qld
POSTER NUMBER: 46
Introducing the Patient Flow Pharmacist
Caitlin Yorke, Ballarat Health Services, Vic
POSTER NUMBER: 307
1507–1510 Vancomycin dose conversion from intermittent to continuous infusion
Chi Hao La, Pharmacist, Monash Health, Vic
POSTER NUMBER: 94
Colecalciferol initiation post-minimal trauma fracture
Jean Hua, Rotational Pharmacist, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Vic
POSTER NUMBER: 75
Expanding the Outreach Pharmacist role: Delivering phone-based medication education to cardiac clients
Katie Phillips, HARP Outreach Pharmacist,
Melbourne Health HARP, Vic
POSTER NUMBER: 135
For the first time – eculizumab for treatment of chronic antibody-mediated rejection in cardiac transplant
Lilibeth Carlos, Senior Pharmacist, Heart & Lung Transplant, St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, NSW
POSTER NUMBER: 15
1510–1515 Refresh break
1515–1630 CONCURRENT SESSIONS: CONTRIBUTED PAPERS – Research Papers
C1 – DIGITAL C2 – EDUCATION C3 – CARE TRANSITIONS C4 – TIMELY CARE C5 – WORKFORCE C6 – CLINICAL – MENTAL HEALTH
ROOM Great Hall 1&2 Mezzanine M1&2 Mezzanine 3 Plaza P1&2 Plaza P4&5 Plaza P3
CHAIR Sven Marxen Kirstie Galbraith Glenn Valoppi Peter Fowler Sasha Bennett Yvette Haselden
1515–1530 Medication histories from the cloud: useful, but beware of the pitfalls
Dr Rohan Elliott, Senior Pharmacist, Austin Health, Vic
Perceptions of Resident Pharmacists on the Local Rural SHPA Residency Program
Cathy Martin, Senior Pharmacist – Clinical Education and Training
Hunter New England Local Health District, NSW
Implementation and Evaluation of a Post Discharge and High-Risk Medication Service in a Rural Setting
Michelle Rothwell, Allied Health Team Leader, Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service
Accidental Injection of Adrenaline Autoinjectors as reported to Australian Poisons Information Centres 2011–16
Jared Brown,Head of Department
NSW Poisons Information Centre, NSW
Time lining a journey: Developing a 5-year SA Pharmacy Workforce Roadmap
Sharon Goldsworthy,
Associate Director of Pharmacy
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Glenside & Hampstead Campuses, Central Adelaide Local Health Network
SA Pharmacy, SA Health, SA
Monitoring serum prolactin levels with paliperidone long acting injection: getting it right from the start
Lesley Smith, Mental Health Pharmacist Team Leader
Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld
1530–1535 Move between rooms
1535–1550 Newlyweds: Pharmacy Staff & Pharmacy Robots
Jane Hogan, Pharmacist
Gold Coast Hospital, Qld  
Portfolios or OSCEs?
Associate Professor Ian Coombes, Director of Pharmacy,
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld  
Sharing the care: hospital and community pharmacy partnership for glucocorticoid induced diabetes (GID)
Sarah Glewis, Pharmacist
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
The seven ages of poisoning: Cradle to Grave (SNAPSHOT 2015)
Jared Brown, Head of Department, NSW Poisons Information Centre, NSW  
Building research culture and increasing capacity, one abstract at a time
Dr Lisa Pont,Associate Professor in Pharmacy
University of Technology, Sydney, NSW
Treatment of clozapine-associated obesity and diabetes with exenatide (CODEX): a pilot randomised controlled trial
Karl Winckel,Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld
1550–1555 Move between rooms
1555–1610 Impact of Automated Medication Distribution Systems on nursing time in an Emergency Department
Nicola Harper, EMM Evaluation Pharmacist, Metro North Hospital and Health Service
Time for equitable access to experiential learning for both students and preceptors
Sally Marotti, Lead Pharmacist – Experiential Learning, Training and Research, SA Pharmacy, SA
Improving the process of providing accurate medication charts for Hospital In The Home patients
Dr Mazdak Zamani, Senior Pharmacist, Eastern Health
Time Critical: Preventing Avoidable Deterioration in Admitted Patients with Parkinson’s Disease
Toni Howell, Medication Safety and Strategy Pharmacist, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, Vic
Working Well: Supporting the wellness of our workforce in a time of change
Chloe Bell, Senior Pharmacist – Workforce & Development,
Alfred Health, Vic
Exploring the influence of pharmaceutical representatives on prescribing practices within a mental health setting
Dr Alice V Gilbert, Policy Maker and Strategist, Top End Health Service
1610–1615 Move between rooms
1615–1630 It’s time to go paperless: Enkey– Australia’s first hospital-wide electronic drugs of dependence management system
Stewart Cockram, Medicines Information Pharmacist, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, Vic
Mentoring in hospital pharmacy: investigating the developmental needs of pharmacists
Jessica Hughes, Resident Pharmacist, Monash Health, Vic  
Specialist pharmacists in the community palliative care services: A qualitative exploration of stakeholder perspectives
Lisha Kuruvilla, Palliative Care Pharmacist, Barwon Health
Evaluating the impact of a reformed 7-day pharmacy service in two Australian public hospitals
Trudy Teasdale, Pharmacist – Assistant Director, Gold Coast Health, Qld
The missing link: introducing a cost effective pharmacist service into day medical procedures
Taryn Fyfe, Pharmacist
Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA  
Timely prescription of Nicotine Replacement Therapy and impact on patient-aggression in mental health inpatients
Ljubica Bukorovic, Pharmacist
Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld & Deepali Gupta, Clinical Senior Pharmacist, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld
1630–1715 Afternoon tea
1715–1756 CONCURRENT SESSIONS: CONTRIBUTED PAPERS – Case Studies
C7 – CARE & COLLABORATION C8 – MENTAL HEALTH C9 – CLINICAL 1 C10: TACROLIMUS C11 – GASTRO C12 – CLINICAL 2
ROOM Great Hall 1&2 Mezzanine M1&2 Mezzanine 3 Plaza P1&2 Plaza P4&5 Plaza P3
CHAIR Rohan Elliott Alice Gilbert Greg Roberts Paul Firman John Coutsouvelis Sally Marotti
1715–1726 Specialist Pharmacist Co-Ordinating HIV Patient Care to manage a Complicated Drug-Drug Interaction: A Case Report
Kate Mackie, Senior Clinical Pharmacist – HIV, Alfred Health, Vic
Clozapine withdrawal in the neonate
Binaisha D’souza, Clinical Pharmacist, The Royal Women’s Hospital, Vic
Intravenous L-arginine infusion for the management of acute metabolic stroke secondary to MELAS
Alice Plath, Team Leader Pharmacist – General Medicine
Queensland Health, Qld
A Case of Tacrolimus-Induced Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome
Ivan Kurniawan, Clinical Pharmacist, The Alfred Hospital, Vic
Does accidental dose-dense Epclusa® make sense?
Sally Harding, St Vincent’s Public Hospital Melbourne, Vic
Shaking up the peri-operative management of Parkinson’s Disease patients
Evangeline Armstrong GordonPharmacy Intern,
Northern Beaches Local Health District, NSW
1726–1730 Move between rooms
1730–1741 The role of the pharmacist in the management of a child living with HIV infection
Fiona Marple-Clark, HIV/Sexual Health Consultant Pharmacist, Gold Coast Sexual Health Service, Qld
When things are not what they seem: a case highlighting an immunological cause of psychosis
Maggie Tso, Westmead Hospital Western Sydney LHD, NSW
Warfarin-induced calciphylaxis: what other choice do we have?
Nicola Hall, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital  
It’s time to reconsider the route: successful treatment of refractory proctitis with tacrolimus enemas
Michael Jovanovic,Clinical Pharmacist, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, Vic
Infliximab levels: Directing therapy in asymptomatic Crohn’s disease
Helen Dixon, Deputy Chief Pharmacist, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, Vic
Aripiprazole Toxicity: from Hypoalbuminaemia to Hypothermia
Kristi Kozierowski, John Hunter Hospital
1741–1745 Move between rooms
1745–1756 Time is of the essence! Collaboratively addressing an electronic medication management reconciliation issue
Mark Sheppard, eMeds Pharmacy Clinical Lead, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
False positives with fenofibrate – an issue for mental health patients
Fiona Turk, Medication Safety Pharmacist/Deputy Director, St Vincent’s Hospital, NSW
Combination therapy for massive dabigatran toxicity in severe renal impairment – are we giving enough?
Catherine Yan, Renal Pharmacist, Northern Health
Sub-therapeutic Tacrolimus levels from the cessation of Pristinamycin in a kidney transplant recipient
Joseph Lau, Clinical Pharmacist
St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, Vic
Infant neutropenia secondary to maternal infliximab
Rachael Leng, Pharmacist
Eastern Health  
Orthostatic Hypotension: a common symptom with a challenging diagnosis
Rachel Taylor, Director of Pharmacy, Epic Pharmacy Port Macquarie and Kempsey, NSW
1800–1820 SHPA AGM – Great Hall 1&2
1800–1945 WELCOME RECEPTION and INDUSTRY EXHIBITION OPEN
Exhibition Hall

 

Saturday 24 November 2018

0800–0855 MM2018 Future of Pharmacy Breakfast
ROOM Mezzanine M3/M4
0855–0900 Move to plenary session
0900–1020 PLENARY SESSION TWO
ROOM Great Hall 1&2
CHAIR Danielle Stowasser
0905–0925 SHPA CEO Address,  Kristin Michaels, CEO, The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia
0925–0930 Introduction of Fred J Boyd Award Recipient, Professor Michael Dooley, SHPA Federal President
0930–0945 Fred J Boyd Award – presentation & oration
0945–1030 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION – Valuing patients’ time, Professor Brian Dolan, Director, Health Service 360, Honorary Professor of Leadership in Healthcare, University of Salford, Manchester UK
1030–1115 MORNING TEA Exhibition Hall
1115–1245 INVITED SPEAKER SESSIONS
S7 – WORKFORCE & WELLBEING S8 – LIFESPAN S9 – TIME-CRITICAL CARE S10 – DIGITAL HEALTH S11 – LEADERSHIP S12 – TECHNICIAN
ROOM Great Hall 1&2 Mezzanine M1&2 Mezzanine M3 Plaza P1&2 Plaza P4&5 Plaza P3
CHAIR Anna McClure Jessica Toleman Annabel Calder James Grant Geoff Grima Melanie Anderson
1115–1145 1115–1135: Residency: “to residency and beyond … “
Dan Guidone, Head of Pharmacy Futures, The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, Vic
1135–1145: RBWH experience of portfolio evaluation and feedback from first cohort of residents
Danielle Silvestro, Resident Pharmacist, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld
Timing and control: managing gestational diabetes
Dr Karin Lust, Clinical Director, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital; Associate Professor, University of Queensland, Qld
“Think sepsis. Time matters”
Dr Ellen Burkett, MBBS, FACEM, Clinical Lead CARE-PACT and staff specialist ED, Emergency Department, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Woolloongabba, Qld
Time Travel: telemedicine Professor Anthony Smith, Director, Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland, Qld The light bulb moments… and capturing them
Professor Tina Brock,Professor of Pharmacy Education and Practice, Monash University, Vic
Time to innovate
1115–1130: Melynda Flor, Tech-check Project, Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital, Qld
1130–1145: Mark Clifford, Senior Pharmacy Technician, Sterile Production Services, Westmead Hospital, NSW
1145–1215 Advancing Practice: when is the right time for me?
1145–1155: Prof Lisa Nissen, Head, School of Clinical Sciences, Queensland University of Technology, Qld
1155–1205: Prof Debra Rowett PSM, Discipline Leader Pharmacy: External Relations, School of Pharmacy & Medical Sciences, University of South Australia; Director, Drug & Therapeutics Information Service, Southern Adelaide Local Health Network, SA
1205–1215: Sally Marotti, Lead Pharmacist, Experiential Learning, Training and Research, SA Pharmacy, SA
Closing the Gap: time to reflect on the last 10 years as a profession
Chris Braithwaite, Pharmacist, Galambila Aboriginal Health Services, NSW
“Buying time”: exploring the emergence of ECMO in Australia
Melanie Kowalski, Manager, Policy and Evidence – Clinical
Heart Health, Heart Foundation, Vic
Time Machine: machine learning Dr Brent Richards, Medical Director of Innovation and Director of Critical Care Research at Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service, Qld The Art of Accessing Funding – Hook, Pitch, Timing and Resilience, Tom Simpson, Executive Director, Statewide Hospital Pharmacy, Royal Hobart Hospital, Pharmacy Department, Tas Time to teach and train
1145–1200:
Krystal Grzelak, Clinical Pharmacy Technician,
Royal Darwin Hospital and Northern Territory Mental Health Service, Department of Health
NT
1200–1215: Sarah Holster, Technician Team Leader, Epic Pharmacy, Port Macquarie, NSW
1215–1245 What if your time was NOW?
Dr Simone Ryan, Specialist Occupational & Environmental Physician; CEO – One Life. Live It, NSW
Diabetes management in the elderly: a time and place for everything
Fiona Ellem, School of Pharmacy, Griffith University, Qld
“Preparation time”: implications of drug shortages and patient care
Professor John Skerritt, Deputy Secretary for Health Products Regulation, Department of Health, ACT
The patient’s time: My Health record
Vicki Ibrahim, Senior Clinical Reference Lead, Clinical Strategy, Clinical & Consumer Engagement & Clinical Governance, Australian Digital Health Agency, Qld
PANEL DISCUSSION: The greatest debate of all time: does a good researcher make a good leader? FACILITATOR: Assoc Professor Michael Barras, Deputy Director of Pharmacy, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld PANEL MEMBERS:
Professor Jeff Hughes, Curtin University, WA
Professor Tina Brock,Professor of Pharmacy Education and Practice, Monash University, Vic
Professor Peter Little AM, Head, School of Pharmacy, The University of Queensland, Qld
PANEL DISCUSSION: Time to lead FACILITATOR: Sharon Goldsworthy, Associate Director of Pharmacy, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Glenside & Hampstead Campuses, Central Adelaide Local Health Network, SA Pharmacy, SA
PANEL MEMBERS:
Rhiannon Braund, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine (DSM), University of Otago, NZ
Tara Clayson Fisher, Senior Pharmacy Assistant Service Coordinator – Clinical, Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA
Pippa Burchnall, Dispensary Manager, Pharmacy, Gold Coast University Hospital, Qld
Bryan Walker, Pharmacy Technician 1 Canberra Hospital and Health Services, ACT
1245–1415 LUNCH, Exhibition Hall
1415–1550 CONCURRENT SESSIONS: CONTRIBUTED PAPERS – Research Papers – 15 minutes each (30 IN TOTAL)
C13 – HIGH RISK MEDICATIONS C14 – COLLABORATION C15 – MEDICATION SAFETY C16 – ANTIMICROBIALS C17 – EXTENDED SCOPE C18 – TECHNICIANS
ROOM Great Hall 1&2 Mezzanine M1&2 Mezzanine 3 Plaza P1&2 Plaza P4&5 Plaza P3
CHAIR Toni Howell Tom Clayton Martin Canning Kelly Cairns Courteney Newton Margie Butnoris
1415–1430 Development of an electronic screening tool to identify high-risk patients for opioid-related adverse events
Dr Jonathan Penm,University of Sydney, NSW
Development of a procurement plan to ensure effective resource use for our patients
Jane Booth, Senior Pharmacist, Formulary and Business Development
Monash Health, Vic
Development of a Polypharmacy Assessment Tool to Identify Patients at Risk of Adverse Events
Nashwa Masnoon, Clinical Pharmacist, PhD Student
Royal Adelaide Hospital, University of South Australia, SA
A retrospective audit of communication by pharmacist with patients from remote areas
Joanna Wallace, Director of Pharmacy, Royal Darwin Hospital Pharmacy, NT  
Improving access: A pharmacist extended scope of practice in a Hepatitis C clinic
Sarita Thethy, Senior Clinical Pharmacist, University Hospital Geelong, Vic
Intensive Care Unit Medication Management Technicians (ICU-MMT) –Pharmacy Technicians Leading the Way in Medication Access
Belinda Theobald, Deputy Director of Pharmacy (Operations), The Alfred Hospital, Vic
1430–1435 Move between sessions
1435–1450 Power of Suggestion: Reducing immediate release oxycodone discharge quantities through electronic medication management application alerts
Sophie Higgins, Oncology & Medication Safety Pharmacist, Central Australia Health Service
The value of cluster-sourcing and collaboration in delivering benefits to health services and patients
Winnie Lin,Senior Category Manager, Health Purchasing Victoria
Pharmacist-led prescribing education program for intern medical officer orientation: did it impact prescriber confidence?
Marnie Mitchell, Pharmacist
Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service, Qld
Antimicrobial prophylaxis of type III open fractures in trauma patients
Asad Patanwala, Professor, The University of Arizona, USA
Partnered pharmacist medication charting: multi-site evaluation demonstrating reduction in length of stay
Erica Tong, Chief Pharmacy Information Officer, Alfred Health, Vic
Is a UK-trained accuracy checking pharmacy assistant as proficient and efficient as an Australian Pharmacist?
Melynda Flor, Pharmacy Assistant, Royal Brisbane and Woman’s Hospital, Qld
1450–1455 Move between sessions
1455–1510 The introduction and evaluation of a pharmacist-developed multimedia patient educational tool on apixaban
Valerie Sim, Senior Clinical Pharmacist
Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA
Establishing a research framework for evaluating the implementation of an electronic medication management system
Susan Poole, Pharmacy Research Coordinator, Alfred Health, Vic
The impact of a Pharmacist on Post-take Ward Round Prescribing and Medication appropriateness
Brooke Bullock, Medical Education Officer, Gold Coast Health, Qld
Validation of a beta-lactam allergy assessment tool to aid accurate phenotyping and management of allergies
Misha Devchand, ID/AMS Pharmacist, Austin Health, Vic
Clinical pharmacist impact on outpatient dialysis services
Jeremy Szmerling, Resident Pharmacist, Eastern Health
Training for success in chemotherapy compounding
Tima Pinyopithuk, Senior Pharmacy Technician, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Vic
1510–1515 Move between sessions
1515–1530 NOACs: it’s time to extenuate patient knowledge gaps!
Angela Faint, Assistant Director, Rockhampton Hospital, Qld
Collaboration between healthcare and industry to improve the safety of neuromuscular blocking agents in Australia
Amy McRae, Senior Pharmacist – Quality Use of Medicines Pharmacy, Alfred Health, Vic
Emergency Department screening tools to assist pharmacists targeting patients at risk for medication related problems
Dr Simone Taylor, Austin Health, Vic
Antimicrobial prescribing in Australian Hospital in the Home services: a pilot study
Catherine George, Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Vic
What can be achieved in 3 hours? –Establishing a pharmacist role in paediatric rheumatology clinic
Johanna Levesque
Clinical Pharmacist
Children’s Health Queensland, Qld
SHPA NSW Branch: 2017 Technician Continuing Education (CE) Sessions, Feedback & Evaluation
Mark Clifford, Senior Pharmacy Technician – Sterile Production Services, Westmead Hospital, NSW
1530–1535 Move between sessions
1535–1550 Making time to improve anaphylaxis management and documentation
Ellie Butina, Clinical Pharmacist, Wollongong Hospital, NSW
Involving the Patient: Medication Safety Risk Reduction Strategies in an Australian Health Service
Viviane Khalil, Medication Safety Senior, Pharmacist / Clinical Educator
Peninsula Health
Strengthening medication prescribing and safety practices of medical interns through interprofessional education strategies
Wendy Ewing, Assistant Deputy Director of Pharmacy
Monash Health, Vic
Exploring the confidence and educational needs of pharmacists in reviewing antimicrobials: a cross-sectional, nationwide survey
Sharmila Khumra, Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist, Austin Health, Vic
Pharmacist-led medication education intervention improves outcomes among ambulatory patients with decompensated cirrhosis
Kelly Hayward, Clinical Pharmacist, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld
Developing an Indigenous pharmacy technician workforce via traineeships
Julie Wilcox, Senior Technician, Eastern Health
1550–1630 AFTERNOON TEA
1630–1730 PLENARY SESSION THREE
ROOM Great Hall 1&2
CHAIR Michael Barras
1630–1645 SHPA Medal of Merit – Presentation & Oration
1645–1730 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION – It’s time to be heard, Dr Louise Mahler
1900–midnight GALA DINNER, Plaza Ballroom

 

Sunday 25 November 2018

1000–1030 Light Breakfast, Mezzanine 1/2 foyer and Plaza 1/2 foyer
1030–1230 WORKSHOPS AND CONVERSATIONS
W1 – Time to inspire – enhancing technician confidence in contributing to patient care W2 – Electronic Medication Management: moving forward W3 – Culturally Safe and Responsive Practice – An introductory workshop to the Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA) Cultural Responsive Framework W4 – Risky Business – top priorities in opioid safety across clinical settings W5 – Time-Critical Thinking exploring critical thinking and reasoning for all pharmacists during clinical deterioration W6 – Value-based recruitment W7 – Resilience – building personal and workforce resilience today, to combat the challenges of tomorrow
ROOM Plaza P5 Plaza P3&4 Plaza P9 Plaza P8 Plaza P1&2 Plaza P10 Mezzanine M1&2
  Facilitated by Sharon Goldsworthy, Associate Director of Pharmacy, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Glenside & Hampstead Campuses, Central Adelaide Local Health Network, SA Pharmacy, SA Health, SA, Pippa Burchnall, Dispensary Manager, Pharmacy, Gold Coast Health, Qld, Margie Butnoris, Assistant Director of Pharmacy Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital – Systems and Support, Qld, Krystal Grzelak, Clinical Pharmacy Technician,
Royal Darwin Hospital and Northern Territory Mental Health Service, Department of Health
NT
Facilitated by Andrew Matthews, Director, Medicines Safety Program, Programs & Delivery Branch, Government & Industry Collaboration, Strategy & Delivery Division, James Grant, Clinical Pharmacist Lead – Medications Initiative (eHealth Queensland)Dr Danielle Stowasser, EMM Program Manager, Metro North Hospital and Health Service, David Robertson, Senior Business Analyst, eHealth Queensland, Natalie Page, Pharmacist Program Officer, EMM Program, Metro North, Qld, Natalie Page, Pharmacist Program Officer, EMM Program, Metro North, NSW Facilitators: Michelle Rothwell, Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service, and Kylie Stothers, Workforce Development Manager, Indigenous Allied Health Australia, NT Facilitated by Dr Joanne Rotheram, Anaesthetist & Pain Medicine Specialist, Head of Acute Pain Service (Princess Alexandra Hospital), Professor Jeffrey Lipman, Executive Director (Burns Trauma & Critical Care Research Centre); Director, ICU (Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital); Professor, Anaesthesiology & Critical Care (University of Queensland), Benita Suckling, Senior Pharmacist, Opioid Stewardship Service, Redcliffe Hospital Qld, Daniel Lim, Senior Pharmacist, Dept Critical Care Medicine, Dept Anaesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine (St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne), Vic,  Penny Tuffin, Advanced Practice Pharmacist, Palliative Care and Pain Management (Royal Perth Hospital), Johanna de Wever, General Manager, Advocacy & Leadership, The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, Thuy Bui, Senior Pharmacist, Analgesic Stewardship (Alfred Hospital), Vic Facilitated by Elizabeth Doran, Emergency Medicine Pharmacist, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Brisbane, Qld, David Hughes, Pharmacist, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Brisbane, Qld, Karlee Johnston, Pharmacist, Canberra Hospital and Health Service, ACT, Dr Francesca Dowland, Medical Registrar, Gold Coast University Hospital, Qld, Dr Jacqui Marks, Emergency Medicine Consultant, Emergency and Trauma Centre, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld, Dr Megan Purvey, Senior Registrar Emergency and Trauma Centre, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld Facilitated by Col Smyth, Program Coordinator – Metro North Office of Strategic Projects, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Qld, Rebecca Judd, Acting Medical Team Leader, Pharmacy Department Logan Hospital, Metro South Health Qld, Midori Nakagaki, Senior Pharmacist, Haematology and BMT, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld, Sinead Carmichael, Critical Care Team Leader, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld, Paul Firman, Senior Pharmacist, Logan Hospital, Qld   Facilitated by Karen Whitfield, Assistant Director, Cancer Care Pharmacy, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Associate Professor Ian Coombes, Director of Pharmacy, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Dr Andrew Hale, Assistant Director, Clinical
Pharmacy Dept, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld and
Cameron Tessier, Assistant Director of Pharmacy, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
1230–1305 LUNCH
1305–1405 PLENARY SESSION FOUR
ROOM Great Hall 1&2
CHAIR Karen Whitfield
1305–1320 Australian Clinical Pharmacy Award – presentation & oration
1320–1405 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION – Future times, Dr Jordan Nguyen
1405–1500 Closing session
1415–1440 Presentation of Paper and Poster Awards
1440–1450 Close of MM2018
1450–1500 Announcement of MM2019