Pre-Conference Workshops

Medicines Management 2017 | The 43rd SHPA National Conference will be offering pre-conference workshops on Thursday 16 November 2017. Full workshop information can be found outlined below.

Places at these workshops are strictly limited and bookings are essential through the official registration process. If you wish to attend a pre-conference workshop only, please click here.

Please find outlined below CPD information for the workshops below:

Developing a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Learning Plan Workshop

Accreditation number: S2017/68

Competency standards:
Standard 1.2 Practise to accepted standards
Standard 1.5 Maintain and extend professional competence”
(National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists in Australia, 2010)

AND/OR:

Standard 1.1 Uphold professionalism in practice
Standard 1.4 Maintain and extend professional competence”
(National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists in Australia, 2016)

 

SHPA Research Boot Camp

Accreditation number: S2017/69

Competency standards:
Standard 8.1 Retrieve, analyse and synthesise information
Standard 8.2 Engage in health, medicines or pharmacy practice research”
(National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists in Australia, 2010)

AND/OR:

Standard 4.6 Plan, manage and build human resource capability
Standard 5.2 Participate in research
Standard 5.3 Research, synthesise and integrate evidence into practice”
(National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists in Australia, 2016)

Amber Polles

THURSDAY 16 NOVEMBER 2017
Pre-conference program
0800 – 1700 SHPA Leadership Boot camp
Room Meeting Room C4.8
Facilitated by ASHP

Proudly supported by

0800 – 0830 REGISTRATION
0830 – 0845 Greetings and Boot Camp Overview/Goals
0845 – 0920 Achieving service excellence – Defining success in today’s new health care paradigm
Bhavini Patel, Executive Director Medicines Management; Clinical Engagement and Leadership Support Lead; Top End Health Service NT; NT Department of Health; Royal Darwin Hospital; Casuarina NT
0920 – 1015 Action oriented strategic planning- For managers to turn environmental changes into sustainable services and outcomes
Jennifer E. Tryon, Associate Vice President and Chief Pharmacy Officer; Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center; Winston-Salem, N.C
1015 – 1030 BREAK
1030 – 1100 Case study Part One
1100 – 1145 Pharmacy Financial Basics: Building Blocks of Leadership Success
Amber Polles, Senior Consultant, KP Health, Hobart, TAS
1145 – 1215 Case study Part Two
1215 – 1250 LUNCH
1250 – 1340 Team Dynamics: Navigating Change and Staff Communication
Sam Calabrese, Associate Chief Pharmacy Officer; Cleveland Clinic; Cleveland, OH
1340 – 1405 Challenging Conversations – Lessons from the Trenches
1405 – 1420 BREAK
1420 – 1450 Case study Part Three
1450 – 1600 C-Suite and group presentations
1600 – 1615 Facilitated discussion of presentations
1615 – 1645 Wrap-up and finish
0900 – 1700 SHPA Research Boot camp
Room Meeting Room C4.9
0800 – 0845 REGISTRATION
0845 – 0900 Welcome
Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, NHMRC Early Career Research Fellow, Robinson Research Institute, University of Adelaide,
Senior Pharmacist, Centre for Perinatal Medicine, Flinders Medical Centre, SA
0900 – 0930 The importance of practice-based research and development of good research questions
Professor Jeff Hughes, Professor, School of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University, WA
0930 – 1000 Starting out in research
Yazmin Brown (nee Crossingham), Clinical Pharmacist, Manning Base Hospital, PhD Candidate, University of Newcastle, NSW
1000 – 1030 MORNING TEA
1030 – 1230 Developing a research protocol – Workshop
All
1230 – 1330 LUNCH
1330 – 1500 Articulating your research protocol – Workshop
All
1500 – 1530 AFTERNOON TEA
1530 – 1615 The role of collaboration and supervision in research
Dr Andrew Hale, Senior Pharmacist Pre-Admission Clinic, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, QLD
1615 – 1700 Disseminating research findings
Susan Poole, Pharmacy Research Coordinator, Alfred Health, VIC
1500 – 1700 Developing a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Learning Plan Workshop
Room Meeting Room C4.11
1500 – 1505 Welcome
Kylee Hayward, Lead Pharmacist, Education, SHPA, VIC
1505 – 1515 Introduction to CPD requirements and the 2016 Competency Standards Framework
Kylee Hayward, Lead Pharmacist, Education, SHPA, VIC
1515 – 1530 Activity 1 – ‘Define’ Scope of practice discussion
Group activity with facilitators
1530 – 1540 Professional Practice Profiles
Julia Hruz, Education Coordinator, SHPA, VIC
1540 – 1610 Activity 2 – ‘Reflect’ Using scope of practice to reflect against the 2016 Competency Standards
Group activity with facilitators
1610 – 1630 AFTERNOON TEA
1630 – 1635 Preparing your CPD learning plan
Julia Hruz, Education Coordinator, SHPA, VIC
1635 – 1650 Activity 3 – ‘Identify’ Using your learning plan to identify CPD activities
Group activity with facilitators
1650 – 1700 Summary
Kylee Hayward, Lead Pharmacist, Education, SHPA, VIC
 0700 – 1800 CONFERENCE PRE-REGISTRATION