WS

Webinars

Anti-psychotics

High Risk Medicines

2
November 2021

7.30 pm - 9.00 pm

Webinar

1.5 hours

Tutors

  • Mr Stephen Guy
    Senior Clinical Pharmacist, BHSCT.

Aim

To optimise the safe use of anti-psychotics in practice.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this webinar you will be able to:
  • Understand the mode of action and indications for anti-psychotics
  • Compare available anti-psychotics by action and side-effect profile
  • Outline drug interactions associated with anti-psychotics
  • Discuss monitoring required in relation anti-psychotic prescribing
  • Highlight the key safety issues and implement strategies to encourage safe prescribing and administration of anti-psychotics.

ACPT Educational supervisor programme morning

2
November 2021

9.00 am - 12.00 pm

Webinar

3 hours

Tutors

  • Mrs Joanne Sutton
    Medicines Management Senior Technician, BHSCT.

Aim

By the development of the appropriate knowledge and skills, equip individuals to effectively mentor those pharmacy technicians undertaking the ACPT programme

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • provide support to pharmacy technicians regarding the knowledge and skills required to complete an accuracy check on any prescription previously screened/approved by a pharmacist
  • develop your mentee's professional awareness of pharmacy practice
  • encourage the further development of effective communication skills
  • further develop professional relationships within your team
  • support appropriate skill-mix within your pharmacy.

Anti-epileptics

High Risk Medicines

16
November 2021

7.30 pm - 9.00 pm

Webinar

1.5 hours

Tutors

  • Ms Niamh McGarry
    Clinical Pharmacist, BHSCT.

Aim

To increase knowledge around medicines used in epilepsy and enable pharmacists to provide support for patients with epilepsy

Learning outcomes

Having completed this webinar you will be able to:
  • Identify medicines used for epilepsy and be aware of three examples of when epilepsy drugs are used for other indications.
  • List the three main goals of treatment of epilepsy.
  • Identify four significant drug interactions with anti-epileptics and how to respond to these.
  • List three ways to support patients with epilepsy including knowing how to respond if someone has a seizure.

Anti-epileptics

High Risk Medicines

18
November 2021

12.30 pm - 2.00 pm

Webinar

1.5 hours

Tutors

  • Ms Niamh McGarry
    Clinical Pharmacist, BHSCT.

Aim

To increase knowledge around medicines used in epilepsy and enable pharmacists to provide support for patients with epilepsy

Learning outcomes

Having completed this webinar you will be able to:
  • Identify medicines used for epilepsy and be aware of three examples of when epilepsy drugs are used for other indications.
  • List the three main goals of treatment of epilepsy.
  • Identify four significant drug interactions with anti-epileptics and how to respond to these.
  • List three ways to support patients with epilepsy including knowing how to respond if someone has a seizure.

Case-based discussion - Depression

24
November 2021

7.30 pm - 8.30 pm

Webinar

1 hours

Tutors

  • Mr Alan Cottney

Aim

To provide an opportunity for peer review and discussion of cases relating to the management of depression in practice.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this webinar you will be able to:
  • Analyse patient data to inform your professional decision making
  • Identify legal and ethical issues that may impact on your professional decision making
  • Appreciate that practitioners and patients may differ in the outcomes that they wish to achieve
  • Apply an evidence based approach within your professional practice to the management of patients with depression.

Case-based discussion - Depression

2
December 2021

1.00 pm - 2.00 pm

Webinar

1 hours
https://zoom.us/j/98177544498?pwd=MGZHZUw3WlNTcjh1YjJpbmFkQzk5QT09
Zoom ID: 981 7754 4498
Zoom Password: bKKj37

Tutors

  • Mr Alan Cottney

Aim

To provide an opportunity for peer review and discussion of cases relating to the management of depression in practice.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this webinar you will be able to:
  • Analyse patient data to inform your professional decision making
  • Identify legal and ethical issues that may impact on your professional decision making
  • Appreciate that practitioners and patients may differ in the outcomes that they wish to achieve
  • Apply an evidence based approach within your professional practice to the management of patients with depression.