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Webinars

Calculation Support

FTY

25
January 2022

19:00pm - 21:00pm

Webinar

2 hours
https://zoom.us/j/98422458110?pwd=bGdIMVNpUisvU3NweUxQc2hSb2RTUT09
Zoom ID: 984 2245 8110
Zoom Password: 484715

Tutors

  • Mr Simon Harris
    Greenlight

Aim

To provide practice opportunities for the more challenging calculation types encountered within the Common Registration Assessment (CRA).

Learning outcomes

Having completed this session, you will be able to:
  • Identify the range of calculation question types included within the CRA
  • Develop strategies to answer the more challenging calculation question types
  • Recognise the importance of accuracy when completing calculation questions.

Case-based discussion - Heart Failure

26
January 2022

7.30 pm - 8.30 pm

Webinar

1 hours

Tutors

  • Mr James Blackburn-Smith

Aim

To provide an opportunity for peer review and discussion of cases relating to the management of heart failure.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this webinar you will be able to:
  • Apply an evidence based approach within your professional practice to the management and monitoring of patients with heart failure
  • Understand the mode of action of SGLT2 inhibitors, monitoring requirements and possible side-effects
  • Identify legal and ethical issues that may impact on your professional decision making.

Case-based discussion - Shared decision making

8
February 2022

7.30 pm - 8.30 pm

Webinar

1 hours

Tutors

  • Mrs Carmel Darcy
    Consultant Pharmacist, WHSCT.

Aim

To provide an opportunity for peer review and discussion of cases relating to the implementation of shared decision making into professional practice.

Learning outcomes

Intended learning outcomes:
  • Define shared decision making
  • Describe how shared decision making can lead to improved patient outcomes
  • Recognise the role of the pharmacist and the patient in shared decision making
  • Embed shared decision making into your professional practice as per recent NICE guidance.

Supportive Medicines in Cancer - Day 1 Part1

15
February 2022

7.30 pm - 9.00 pm

Webinar

1.5 hours

Tutors

  • Mrs Maire McGrady
    Regional Lead Cancer Services Pharmacist (job share), BHSCT.
  • Dr Ian Sturgess
    Oncology/Haematology Pharmacist, BHSCT.

Aim

To provide pharmacists with a general overview of the use of supportive medicines in cancer and to identify how pharmacists can support people living with cancer.

Learning outcomes

Having completed these two workshops you should be able to:
  • Appreciate the range of medicines used in the treatment of cancer
  • Highlight the general side-effects associated with systemic anti-cancer therapy (SACT) and radiotherapy
  • Define the role of supportive medicines in cancer therapy
  • Recognise the range of supportive medication prescribed in cancer patients and their appropriateness for particular patient groups
  • Provide appropriate support and advice regarding supportive medicines to people receiving treatment for cancer.

Supportive Medicines in Cancer - Day 2 Part2

22
February 2022

7.30 pm - 9.00 pm

Webinar

1.5 hours

Tutors

  • Mrs Maire McGrady
    Regional Lead Cancer Services Pharmacist (job share), BHSCT.
  • Dr Ian Sturgess
    Oncology/Haematology Pharmacist, BHSCT.

Aim

To provide pharmacists with a general overview of the use of supportive medicines in cancer and to identify how pharmacists can support people living with cancer.

Learning outcomes

Having completed these two workshops you should be able to:
  • Appreciate the range of medicines used in the treatment of cancer
  • Highlight the general side-effects associated with systemic anti-cancer therapy (SACT) and radiotherapy
  • Define the role of supportive medicines in cancer therapy
  • Recognise the range of supportive medication prescribed in cancer patients and their appropriateness for particular patient groups
  • Provide appropriate support and advice regarding supportive medicines to people receiving treatment for cancer.

Know Check Ask Medicines Safety Campaign

Rising to the Challenge

9
March 2022

7.30 pm - 9.00 pm

Webinar

1.5 hours

Tutors

  • Mr Christopher Garland
  • Mr Matthew Dolan
    Public Health Pharmacist, HSCB.
  • Dr Brenda Bradley
    Pharmacy Lead - Medicines Governance and Public Health.
  • Ms Angela Carrington

Aim

To improve the safe use of medicines through the implementation of the medication safety campaign, “Know, Check, Ask”, aligning with the WHO Third global patient safety challenge ‘Medication without harm’.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this webinar you will be able to:
  • Increase public awareness of the WHO Third global patient safety challenge ‘Medication without harm’
  • Outline the Northern Ireland response to the WHO Challenge ‘Medication without harm’
  • Implement the values of the ‘Know, Check, Ask’ medication safety campaign into your professional practice
  • Utilise tools and resources to support the ‘Know, Check, Ask’ campaign.

Know Check Ask Medicines Safety Campaign

Rising to the Challenge

22
March 2022

7.30 pm - 9.00 pm

Webinar

1.5 hours

Tutors

  • Mr Christopher Garland
  • Mr Matthew Dolan
    Public Health Pharmacist, HSCB.
  • Dr Brenda Bradley
    Pharmacy Lead - Medicines Governance and Public Health.
  • Ms Angela Carrington

Aim

To improve the safe use of medicines through the implementation of the medication safety campaign, “Know, Check, Ask”, aligning with the WHO Third global patient safety challenge ‘Medication without harm’.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this webinar you will be able to:
  • Increase public awareness of the WHO Third global patient safety challenge ‘Medication without harm’
  • Outline the Northern Ireland response to the WHO Challenge ‘Medication without harm’
  • Implement the values of the ‘Know, Check, Ask’ medication safety campaign into your professional practice
  • Utilise tools and resources to support the ‘Know, Check, Ask’ campaign.

Opioid Substitution Therapy

23
March 2022

2.00 pm - 4.30 pm

Webinar

2.5 hours

Tutors

  • Dr Helen Toal
    Consultant Psychiatrist in Addictions
  • Mr Clifford McElhinney
  • Mrs Joanne Crawford
    Pharmacy Adviser, HSCB

Aim

To enable pharmacists to effectively contribute to the shared care team delivering substitution therapy services in Northern Ireland.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you will be able to:
  • discuss the Northern Ireland Guidelines on substitution treatments for opioid dependence
  • describe the pharmacological properties of methadone and buprenorphine
  • understand the rationale for initiating treatment and thereafter the stabilisation of treatment
  • supervise consumption in individuals appropriately
  • understand other harm reduction services available from community pharmacy
  • appreciate the role of all professionals involved in the shared care of service users.

Know Check Ask Medicines Safety Campaign

Rising to the Challenge

29
March 2022

12.30 pm - 2.00 pm

Webinar

1.5 hours

Tutors

  • Mr Christopher Garland
  • Mr Matthew Dolan
    Public Health Pharmacist, HSCB.
  • Dr Brenda Bradley
    Pharmacy Lead - Medicines Governance and Public Health.
  • Ms Angela Carrington

Aim

To improve the safe use of medicines through the implementation of the medication safety campaign, “Know, Check, Ask”, aligning with the WHO Third global patient safety challenge ‘Medication without harm’.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this webinar you will be able to:
  • Increase public awareness of the WHO Third global patient safety challenge ‘Medication without harm’
  • Outline the Northern Ireland response to the WHO Challenge ‘Medication without harm’
  • Implement the values of the ‘Know, Check, Ask’ medication safety campaign into your professional practice
  • Utilise tools and resources to support the ‘Know, Check, Ask’ campaign.