Please note that the program for MM2016 is subject to change without notice at any time.  
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Wednesday 16 November 2016 Pre-conference sessions

0800-1630

SHPA LEADERSHIP BOOT CAMP Facilitated by ASHP

ROOM Riverview Room 5

View the pre-conference page for more information.

1330-1700

COSP Sessions 

1330-1700

PAEDIATRIC PHARMACY WORKSHOP (Part 1)

ROOM Meeting Room 8

View the pre-conference page for more information.

Thursday 17 November 2016 Pre-conference sessions

0830-1230

COSP Sessions 

0830-1230

CLINICAL PHARMACY COSP

ROOM Meeting Room 3

0830-1230

CRITICAL CARE COSP

ROOM Meeting Room 7

0900-1230

PAEDIATRIC PHARMACY WORKSHOP (Part 2)

ROOM Meeting Room 8

 View the pre-conference page for more information on the above programs.

Thursday 17 November 2016 Main Conference Program

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1330-1510

PLENARY SESSION ONE: CONFERENCE OPENING

 ROOM

Riverside Theatre

1330-1355

Deirdre Criddle and Kerry Fitzsimons, Scientific Program Committee Co-Chairs

Welcome to Country

Kristin Michaels, SHPA CEO

1355-1425

Opening Address

The Hon. Sussan Ley, Minister for Health, Ageing and Sport

CHAIR

Kerry Fitzsimons & Deirdre Criddle

1425-1510

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION – The pharmacy future in 3D

Professor Sepehr ShakibHead of Unit, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, The Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA

1510-1540

Afternoon tea

1540-1655

CONCURRENT SESSIONS: CONTRIBUTED PAPERS

 ROOM

Meeting Room 1 & 2

Meeting Room 3

River View Room 4

River View Room 5

Meeting Room 7

Meeting Room 8

CHAIR

Sue Kirsa

Margaret Duguid 

Lisa Pont 

Manya Angley 

Felicity Prior 

Debra Rowett 

 

C1 – CLINICAL CONTROVERSIES

C2 – MEDICATION SAFETY

C3 – TEACHING, TRAINING AND RESEARCH

C4 – DIVERSITY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

C5 – THERAPEUTICS (GENERAL MEDICINE)

C6 – THERAPEUTIC OPPORTUNITIES

1540-1555

Successful Autologous Stem Cell Transplant with LACE-chemotherapy on the background of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

Sam Maleki, Clinical Pharmacist, Peter McCallum Cancer Centre, Vic

Allergies and Adverse Drug Reactions online training: an inter-professional approach

Wendy Ewing, Assistant Deputy Director of Pharmacy, Monash Health, Vic

Is there any value in intern pharmacists learning from nurses?

Gemma Woodruff, Pharmacist Clinical EducatorRoyal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital; University of Queensland, Qld

The role of Australia’s first ‘Geriatric Evaluation and Management (GEM) at Home’ clinical pharmacists

Robyn Stell, Senior Clinical Pharmacist, Alfred Health, Vic

Medication-induced encephalopathy presenting as a stroke mimic: a case report

Meghan Phu, Clinical Pharmacist, Alfred Health, Vic

General Anaesthetic Allergy Clinic:  role of the Peri-operative Medicine Pharmacist

Thuy Bui, Clinical Pharmacist, Alfred Health; Monash University, Vic

1555-1600

MOVE BETWEEN SESSIONS

1600-1615

Increased risk of dapsone-related toxicity with co-prescribed medications: a retrospective cohort study

Carmela Corallo, Formulary Manager, Alfred Health, Vic

Smart Infusion Pumps: from commissioning to real world use

Breigh Ridley, Senior Pharmacist – Critical Care &Jeanie Misko, Senior Pharmacist – Medicines Information, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA

Examining behavioural strategies used by hospital pharmacists to effectively communicate with patients during medication counselling

Bernadette Chevalier, PhD Candidate, University of Queensland, Qld

Enhancing pharmacy service delivery in two Australian public hospitals: moving towards a 7 day service

Trudy Teasdale, Pharmacist – Assistant Director, Gold Coast Health, Qld

Time to first dose of antibiotic in patients presenting to the Emergency Department with sepsis

Hayley Zarth, Emergency Department Pharmacist, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Vic

Opioid prescribing at discharge: risks and opportunities for improvement

Helen Lowy, Program Manager, Medicines in Mental Health and Wellbeing, Department of Health and Human Services, Vic

1615-1620

MOVE BETWEEN SESSIONS

1620-1635

Chemical restraint: what are we using and are we adhering to guidelines?

Minnie Park, Pharmacist, Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital, Qld

PBS Hospital Medication Chart in a public hospital

Janelle Penno, Senior Quality Use of Medicines Pharmacist,Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Vic

Embedding and facilitating a research culture within practice in a large hospital pharmacy department

Ria Hopkins, Research Assistant, Alfred Health, Vic

Evaluating a multidisciplinary Geriatric Psychotropic Stewardship Round for de-escalating psychotropic medicines in General Medicine inpatients

Olivia Pellicano, Clinical Pharmacist, Alfred Health, Vic

STOPP, Collaborate and Listen: a team-based approach to de-prescribing

Jaryth Twine, Pharmacist, Prince Charles Hospital, Qld

Should buprenorphine for opioid substitution therapy be continued during the peri-operative period? A systematic review

Vinod Thomas, Intern Pharmacist, Flinders Medical Centre, SA

1635-1640

MOVE BETWEEN SESSIONS

1640-1655

Using patient outcomes to evaluate an institutional guideline for the use of defibrotide for SOS

John Coutsouvelis, Senior Pharmacist, Pharmacy Department, Alfred Health; Centre for Medicine Use and Safety, Monash University, Vic

Electronic simulation for chemotherapy checking training

Carole Chambers, Director of Pharmacy, Cancer Services, Alberta Health Services, Canada

Baseline skills assessment in a cohort of pharmacy students using Situational Judgement Scenario (SJS) testing

Kirstie Galbraith, Director, Postgraduate Studies and Professional Development Unit, Monash University, Vic

A qualitative review of medication errors made by new kidney transplant recipients

Susan Fisher, Renal Transplant Outpatient Pharmacist, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Vic

Proton Pump Inhibitors and Risk of Readmission and Mortality Post-Discharge to Residential Aged Care Facilities

Matthew Pegoli, Pharmacist, Flinders Medical Centre, SA

Recording drugs for bugs: intensive care unit to the ward

Natalie Kahwajy, Intern Pharmacist, The University of Sydney, NSW

1655-1710

Changeover break

1710-1729

CONCURRENT SESSIONS: LIGHTNING TALKS

L1 – E HEALTH

L2 – DIVERSITY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

L3 – CLINICAL CONTROVERSIES

L4 – TECHNICIAN ROLE REDESIGN

ROOM

Meeting Room 1 & 2

Meeting Room 3

River View Room 4

River View Room 5

CHAIR

Andrew Campbell / Diana Sandulache 

Brock Delfante / Lavinia Verduci 

Peter Smart / Janelle Penno 

Paula Caird / Jennifer Tio

1710-1714

Session chair introduction of speakers

Session chair introduction of speakers

Session chair introduction of speakers

Session chair introduction of speakers

1714-1717

Simulation Supporting Practice Change in Electronic Medication Management

Rachael Worthington, Change and Adoption Manager, Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network, NSW

Poster 33

Implementation of a structured Learning Management System to support practitioner development and advanced practice

Dan Guidone, Education Pharmacist – Lead, Alfred Health, Vic

Poster 20

Fatal azathioprine toxicity in a patient with low thiopurine methyltransferase (TPMT) activity

Jane Booth, Senior Medicines Information Pharmacist, Austin Health, Vic


Poster 114

Automated imprest inventory management improves technician workforce efficiency

Kenneth Tam, Senior Pharmacist – Electronic Medicines Management, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA

Poster 45

1717-1720

Pharmacist-led admission medication reconciliation: Does electronic medication management help?

Arwa Abu Sardaneh, Intern Pharmacist, University of Sydney, NSW

Poster 43

Pharmacy intern recruitment: finding future leaders

Gemma Woodruff, Pharmacist Clinical Educator, Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital; University of Queensland, Qld

Poster 23

Refractory Anti-N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor encephalitis treated with rituximab and cyclophosphamide

Michael Jovanovic, Clinical Pharmacist, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, Vic

Poster 113

Introducing …The Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacy Technician…

Kym Wangeman, Antimicrobial Stewardship Technician, Eastern Health, Vic


Poster 160

1720-1723

Pharmacist-assisted prescribing of surgical patients’ medications on admission using an electronic prescribing system

Tim Tran, Senior Pharmacist, Austin Health; Monash University, Vic

Poster 30

Collaboration and consultation to pave the way for community pharmacy clozapine dispensing

Cecilia Bjorksten, Director of Pharmacy, Hunter New England Mental Health Service, NSW

Poster 24

Optimising initial ciclosporin levels for acute graft versus host disease

Quan Tran, Senior Clinical Pharmacist, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA

Poster 115

Multi-faceted intervention to improve the storage of photosensitive medications

Allira StuteTechnician, Austin Health, Vic

Poster 161

1723-1726

Pharmacist review of gentamicin orders prompted by automated dispensing cabinets: optimising empiric therapy 

Suzanne Olding, Senior Medical Pharmacist, Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW

Poster 88

Pharmacists integral to the multidisciplinary team: recommendations to improve medication management of complex musculoskeletal conditions

Natalie Walton, Senior Pharmacist, Royal Brisbane and Womens Hospital, Qld

Poster 22

The 3D case: a tale of drugs, dysfunction and dyscrasias

Kristi Kozierowski, Pharmacist, John Hunter Hospital, NSW

Poster 117

Safe storage of medications: creating a technician driven process

Jordan Hamlet, Pharmacy Manager, EPIC Pharmacy, Qld

Poster 158

1726-1729

Development and implementation of an Electronic Total Management System for individual patient approval drugs

Dr Frank Sanfilippo, Senior Pharmacist, Royal Perth Hospital, WA

Poster 44

Expansion of pharmacy services to improve the discharge process

Charis Lau, Clinical Pharmacist, Royal Women’s Hospital, Vic


Poster 21

Developing an evidence-based consensus management plan for severe Haemorrhagic Cystitis

Catherine Brown, Clinical Pharmacist, Alfred Health, Vic

Poster 116

Redesigning our technician workforce: how we integrated a Clinical Support Technician into our clinical pharmacy service

Cathy Ngo, Senior Pharmacist, Eastern Health, Vic

Poster 159

 

 

1730-1900

WELCOME RECEPTION and INDUSTRY EXHIBITION OPEN

Exhibition Hall – Pavillion One

Friday 18 November 2016 Main Conference Program

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 0845 – 0950

PLENARY SESSION TWO 

 ROOM

Riverside Theatre

0845 – 0900

SHPA Medal of Merit – Presentation & Oration

CHAIR

Ian Coombes

0900 – 0950

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 2 – Residency training: expanding roles of pharmacists

Dr Bob FeroliMedication Safety OfficerDepartment of PharmacyJohns Hopkins HospitalBaltimore, MD USA

0950 – 0955

Move between sessions

0955 – 1020

LIGHTNING TALKS

L5 – WOMEN AND CHILDREN

L6 – RURAL AND REMOTE

L7 – NEW DRUGS/NEW INDICATIONS

L8 – INNOVATION, EVOLUTION AND DIFFERENTIATION

 ROOM

Meeting Room 1 & 2

Meeting Room 3

River View Room 4

River View Room 5

CHAIR

Stephanie Teoh / Jane Booth 

 Andrew Harding / Meeghan Clay

Anna McClure / Jeanie Misko 

Nam-Anh Nguyen / Deirdre Criddle

 0955 – 0959

Session chair introduction of speakers

Session chair introduction of speakers

Session chair introduction of speakers

Session chair introduction of speakers

0959 – 1002

Melatonin: who are we prescribing it to?

Elise Coia, Intern Pharmacist, Royal Children’s Hospital, Vic

Poster 140

ABC, making it easy! Medication advice, blister packs, community pharmacies

Patricia Peng, Senior Pharmacist, Royal Perth Hospital, WA

Poster 91

Rituximab for the management of factor VIII deficiency in a patient requiring surgical intervention

Jessica Tan, Pharmacist, Eastern Health, Vic

Poster 131

Practitioner perceptions of the impact of a pharmacist-led clinical supervision course

Diana Sandulache, Education Pharmacist, Alfred Health, Vic

Poster 174

1002 – 1005

Exploring parents’ and carers’ experience and preference for paediatric medicines information

Heidi Wong, Pharmacist Clinical Lead – Medical, Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Qld

Poster 142

Omitted medication administration: a disruption to patient care

Anna McEniery, Pharmacist, Dubbo Health Service, NSW


Poster 97

Comparison of taurolidine-citrate versus gentamicin-citrate in preventing catheter associated infections in parenteral nutrition patients

Joseph Lau, Pharmacist, St Vincent’s Hospital, Vic 

Poster 134

Evaluating continuing professional development needs of pharmacist prescribers in New Zealand

Adele Print, Professional Teaching Fellow, University of Auckland, New Zealand


Poster 26

1005 – 1008

Interventions to reduce medication related errors in neonatal care: a systematic review

Minh-Nha Rhylie Nguyen, Intern Pharmacist, SA Pharmacy, Flinders Medical Centre, SA

Poster 145

A case of presumed Tuberculosis Meningitis secondary to BCG vaccine

Katherine Czarniak, Pharmacist, Royal Darwin Hospital, NT

Poster 99

Direct acting Hepatitis C antivirals, immunosuppressants and tuberculosis: the perfect storm

Fady Gad, Pharmacist, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, NSW

Poster 135

Reflections on a new renal transplant pharmacy service 12 months on…

Carla Scuderi, Pharmacist Advanced Renal, Brisbane & Womens Hospital, Qld

Poster 25

 1008 – 1011

Tacrolimus dosing in a paediatric renal transplant population

Kwi Moon, Supervisor Pharmacist – Clinical Services, Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, WA

Poster 143

Practical benefits of a district medication safety pharmacist to rural health facilities without on-site pharmacy

Kirstin Berry, District Medication Safety and Quality Manager, Hunter New England Local Health District, NSW

Poster 89

Thalidomide for refractory Crohn’s disease

Helen Dixon, Deputy Chief Pharmacist, St Vincent’s Hospital, Vic

Poster 130

Implementation of a state wide approach to intern pharmacist training

Jennifer Collins, Senior Pharmacist Intern Educator, Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA

Poster 177

1011 – 1014

Azithromycin use for bronchiectasis in CF and non-CF children

Madeleine Lakey, Intern Pharmacist, Royal Children’s Hospital, Vic

Poster 144

“Pharmacist, Where Art Thou?”: discovering pharmacists’ contribution within a rural Palliative Care Multidisciplinary Team

Jin Wen Chan, Deputy Director of Pharmacy, Dubbo Health Service, NSW

Poster 96

Euglycaemic Ketoacidosis Secondary to Canagliflozin (SGLT2 Inhibitor): a Peri-operative concern

Duncan Tong, Clinical Pharmacist, Alfred Hospital, Vic

 

Poster 129

Development of a successful business case for significant expansion of an Antimicrobial Stewardship Program

Stephanie Gibson, Clinical Pharmacist, Eastern Health, Vic


Poster 175

1014 – 1017

Pharmacy dispensary or bottle shop: how much alcohol are we giving our children?

Husna Maulavizada, Pharmacist, Princess Margaret Hospital, WA


Poster 90

State-wide antimicrobial stewardship: what are the enablers and barriers for rural and remote facilities?

Emily Waddell, State-wide Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist, Queensland State-wide Antimicrobial Stewardship Program; Royal Brisbane and Woman’s Hospital Pharmacy Department, Qld

Poster 93

Sublingual Buprenorphine (Temgesic): an alternative route of administration for acute pain management

Andrew Vuong, Clinical Pharmacist, Austin Health, Vic

Poster 132

Enhancing clinical outcomes and operational performance by expanding communication skills of pharmacists and technicians

Cathy Martin, Senior Pharmacist – Clinical Education & Training, Hunter New England Local Health District, NSW

Poster 173

1017 – 1020

Impact of probiotic administration on the incidence and severity of Necrotising Enterocolitis in preterm infants

Dr Alka Garg, Team Leader – Clinical Pharmacy, Women’s and Children’s Hospital, SA

Poster 136

Exploring patients’ perception of post-hospital discharge follow-up by a pharmacist using telehealth

Samuel Morcom, Clinical Pharmacist, Barwon Health, Vic


Poster 98

Is knowledge thin for new era of blood thinners?

Emily Lancaster, Pharmacist Intern, Princess Alexandra Hospital; The University of Queensland; Logan & Beaudesert Hospital, Qld

Poster 133

So what are we waiting for? Patient perceptions and expectations of outpatient pharmacy services

Caitlin Goldblatt, Pharmacy Student, Monash University, Vic

Poster 176

1020 – 1100

MORNING TEA

1100 – 1300

INVITED SPEAKER SESSIONS

ROOM

Meeting Room 1 & 2

Meeting Room 3

River View Room 4

River View Room 5

Meeting Room 7

Meeting Room 8

 CHAIR

 Barry Jenkins

 Tamara Lebedevs

 Rachel Thorson 

 Steve Morris

Neil Keen 

 Melanie Anderson

 

S1 –  E-HEALTH AND E-MEDICINES MANAGEMENT

S2 – THERAPEUTICS

(WOMEN AND CHILDREN)

S3 – THERAPEUTICS (GENERAL MEDICINE)

S4 – DIVERSITY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

S5 – VALUE, VISION AND INNOVATION

S6 – TECHNICIAN STREAM

1100 – 1130

Starting a conversation about you: development of the National Digital Health Strategy

Dr Monica Trujillo,Executive General Manager, Clinical and Consumer Engagement and Clinical Governance, and Chief Clinical Information Officer, Australian Digital Health Agency, Qld

Cystic fibrosis – new treatment modalities

Dr Andre SchultzPaediatric Respiratory and Sleep Physician, Cystic Fibrosis Centre Director, Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, Clinical Senior Lecturer, School of Paediatrics and Child Health, University of Western Australia; Honorary Research Fellow, Telethon Institute for Child Health Research, Perth, WA 

The role of statins in the elderly

Professor Christopher ReidDirector, NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Cardiovascular Outcomes Improvement, Curtin University;

Director, Monash Centre for Cardiovascular Research and Education in Therapeutics, Monash University, WA

Advanced Practice Pharmacist – what does it mean in practice?

Debra RowettService Director, Drug and Therapeutics Information Service, Repatriation General Hospital, Adelaide, SA

Value-based Healthcare

Professor Elizabeth Geelhoed,Pharmaco-epideimiologist, School of Population Health

University of Western Australia, WA

The role of the Dispensary Manager Phillipa BurchnallDispensary Manager Pharmacy, Gold Coast University Hospital, Qld

1130 – 1200

e-learning: 21st century healthcare education

Dr John IliffSenior Registrar, WA Toxicology and Poison’s Service, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, WA

Long-term effects on child developmental outcome following prenatal exposure to antidepressants

Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, Senior Pharmacist, Flinders Women and Children, SA

Hypertension management and cognitive function: the pressure is on

Dr Andrew StaffordDirector, WADTSC, School of Pharmacy, Curtin University, WA

De-prescribing and integrated care

Dr Natalie SoulsbyConsultant Pharmacist, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA

(accredited for Group 2-CPD)

1130-1145

Pharmacist residency in Australia: creating the SHPA Vision

Andrew MatthewsGeneral Manager of Workforce Transformation, The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, Vic

 

1145-1200

Inside a residency program: surviving and thriving

Leanna Pugliese, Clinical Trials Pharmacist, Calvary Mater Newcastle, NSW

 

1200-1215

Building a residency program:  making it work

Dr Rukmalee WijesinghePrincipal Clinical Pharmacist, Institute of Mental Health, Singapore; University of Western Australia, WA

1215-1220

Developing talent: residency and what’s in it for me

Andrew CampbellPharmacist,Pharmacy Department Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, WA

 

1220-1230

The director’s chair: residency and how to get it

Russell Hill, State Manager, Epic Pharmacy, WA

 

1230-1245

Residency: a vision for pharmacy’s future?

Discussion with session speakers and Dr Bob Feroli, facilitated by Neil Keen

Implementing a ‘Tech-Check-Tech’ role in an Australian setting

Lorah Hickman, Senior Pharmacy Technician, Training and Development, Alfred Health, Vic

1200 – 1230

1200-1300

Electronic Medication Management Systems – the road to Utopia

 

Panel discussion facilitated by:

Bhavini PatelExecutive Director Medicines Management; Clinical Engagement and Leadership Support Lead; NICS-HCF Foundation Fellow (2007-2009); Top End Health Service NT, NT Department of Health, Darwin, NT

 

Panel members:

Dr Danielle Stowasser,  EMM Program Manager, Metro North Hospital and Health Service, Qld

 

Dr Chris JohnsonClinical Associate Professor, School of Paediatrics and Child Health, University of Western Australia, WA

 

Sam CalabreseAssociate Chief Pharmacy Officer, Cleveland Clinic, USA

 

Ken TamSenior Pharmacist, Electronic Medicines Management

Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA

 

Olimpia NigroPharmacy Team Leader, Enterprise Patient Administration System (EPAS), SA Health, SA

Adverse drug reaction in the paediatric setting

Associate Professor Michaela LucasClinical Associate Professor, School of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Western Australia, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, WA

(accredited for Group 2-CPD)

Patient-centred pain management

Penny TuffinAdvanced Practice Pharmacist

Palliative Care and Pain Management Service

Royal Perth Hospital/Fiona Stanley HospitalWA

1200-1300

CoNeCT:  Improving transition of care. Fitting pharmacists into inter-disciplinary teams

 

Panel discussion facilitated by: Dr Sepehr ShakibHead of Unit, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, The Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA

Panel members:

Bruce WilliamsonInaugural Complex Care Coordinator, Pharmacist North Metro CoNeCT, WA

Carolyne Wood, NMHS CoNeCT Team Leader, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, WA

Julie Rennison, Acting Area Manager Home Link, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth, WA

Ben DevineRITH Coordinator, Rehabilitation in The Home, WA

The role of an Immunology and Infectious Diseases Technician

Elizabeth Hart, I&ID Technician, Pharmacy Department, John Hunter Hospital, NSW

1230 – 1300

Growth and Growth Hormone Therapy in Children

Dr Catherine Choong, Consultant Endocrinologist, Princess Margaret Hospital for Children; Clinical Professor, School of Paediatrics and Child Health, University of Western Australia, WA

Antibiotics in the elderly: what time has taught us

Matt RawlinsAntimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA

1245-1300

Driving innovation through research: an update on the NRTC project 

Dr Lisa PontSenior Research Fellow, NHMRC TRIP Fellow, Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research, Australian Institute for Health Innovation, NSW

The role of the Application Specialist

Janine Waide, Application Specialist – i.Pharmacy, ICT Service Delivery & Operations, Applications Health Support Services, Department of Health, WA

1300 – 1415

LUNCH

1415 – 1450

CONCURRENT SESSIONS: CONTRIBUTED PAPERS

ROOM

Meeting Room 1 & 2

Meeting Room 3

River View Room 4

River View Room 5

Meeting Room 7

Meeting Room 8

CHAIR

 Kerry Fitzsimons

 Rosemary Burke

 Sonya Stacey

 Sasha Bennett

 David McKnight

 Greg Weeks

 

C7 – MEDICATION SAFETY

C8 – EMMS

C9 – WOMEN AND CHILDREN

C10 – DATA INFORMED DECISIONS

C11 – NEW DRUGS

C12 – CARE COMPLEXITIES

1415 – 1430

Application of lean six sigma principles can improve venous thromboembolism (VTE) prevention

Diane Reeves, Medication Safety/Medicines’ Management Pharmacist, & Damian Wood, Clinical Pharmacy Services Manager, Central Coast Local Health District, NSW

Prescribing errors and adverse drug reaction documentation before and after the implementation of e-prescribing (EPAS)

Fares Al-Sarawi, Pharmacist, Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA

Neonatal Medication Guidelines: a hindrance or a help?

Ariadne Williams, Senior Pharmacist – Women’s and Newborn Health, Gold Coast University Hospital, Qld

Developing a national surveillance system for antimicrobial use and resistance in Australia: AURA

Associate Professor Kathy Meleady, Program Director, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, NSW

Posaconazole extended-release tablets for pre-emptive anti-fungal therapy post lung transplantation

Steve Ivulich, Senior Respiratory Pharmacist, Alfred Health, Vic

Easy English principles and discharge medication labels: do we cut the mustard?

Rochelle Chin, Clinical Pharmacist, Royal Darwin Hospital, NT

1430 – 1435

Move between sessions

1435 – 1450

Using educational research methods to examine and support junior doctor prescribing:  innovation in methodological approaches

Jenna Turkington, Pharmacist, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld

Seeking safer systems: a journey of discovery and disruption with e-prescribing in the ICU

Saqib Rahman, Intern Pharmacist, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA

The evolution of a new role:  the Perinatal Psychiatric Pharmacist

Leanne Petropulos, Senior Pharmacist, King Edward Memorial Hospital, WA

Wising up: revitalising drug usage evaluation activity in NSW and ACT hospitals

Margaret Jordan, QUM Project Officer, NSW Therapeutic Advisory Group, NSW

Patient Adherence to Ticagrelor for secondary prevENTion in acute coronary syndromes (PATENT study)

Adaire Prosser, Intern Pharmacist, Flinders Medical Centre, SA

Helping with medications: better identification of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients

Erin Sclater, Pharmacist, St Vincent’s Public Hospital, NSW

 

1450 – 1455

Move to exhibition hall for poster viewing

1455 – 1525

POSTER VIEWING, Exhibition Hall

1525 – 1530

Move between sessions

1530 – 1605

CONCURRENT SESSIONS: CONTRIBUTED PAPERS

ROOM

Meeting Room 1 & 2

Meeting Room 3

River View Room 4

River View Room 5

Meeting Room 7

Meeting Room 8

CHAIR

Kerry Fitzsimons 

 Rosemary Burke

 Sonya Stacey

 Sasha Bennett

David McKnight 

 Greg Weeks

 

C7 – MEDICATION SAFETY (cont.)

C8 – EMMS (cont.)

C9-  WOMEN AND CHILDREN (cont.)

C10 – DATA INFORMED DECISIONS (cont.)

C11 – NEW DRUGS (cont.)

C12 – CARE COMPLEXITIES (cont.)

1530 – 1545

‘Why don’t doctors report clinical incidents?’ Results from a tertiary hospital in Western Australia

Dr Anita Kothapalli, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, WA

Disruption to the status quo: how eMM influences medication incident reporting in a paediatric hospital

Natalie Tasker, Network Medication Safety Pharmacist, Sydney’s Children’s Hospital Network, NSW

 

Compatibility of intravenous ibuprofen with lipids and parenteral nutrition, for use as a continuous infusion

Dr Alka Garg, Team Leader – Clinical Pharmacy, Women’s and Children’s Hospital, SA

Reports that make sense:

exploring the potential of Tableau visual data analysis in pharmacy

Jane Mamas, Pharmacy Technician, King Edward Memorial Hospital, WA

Use of Idarucizumab for dabigatran reversal: Emergency Department experience in two cases with subdural haematoma

Gail Edwards, Acting Senior Pharmacist – Emergency Medicine, Alfred Health, Vic

 

Amiodarone Induced Phlebitis: discovery of incidence, risk and management at a Quaternary Hospital

Holly Dixon, Intern Pharmacist, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA

1545 – 1550

Move between sessions

1550 – 1605

Teaching new docs old tricks: two minute medication safety talks

Stewart Cockram, Acting Medicines Information Pharmacist, St Vincent’s Hospital, Vic

E-prescribing: improving safety and quality of medication management or disrupting the peace?

Stephanie Rintoul, Intern Pharmacist, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA

A new service in a paediatric Emergency Department: evaluation of pharmacist impact

Andrew Paton, ED Pharmacist, Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service, Qld

The challenges of sharing information: developing a web-based Specialist Palliative Care Formulary

Tom Simpson, Executive Director, Statewide Hospital Pharmacy, Tasmanian Health Service, Tas

Dasatinib induced acute myocarditis, reversible heart failure and cardiogenic shock

Fallon Grieve, Clinical Pharmacist, Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW

 

Mental Health Mob: a pharmacist’s role in improving health literacy in indigenous patients

Heidi Boehm, Clinical Pharmacist, Royal Darwin Hospital, NT

1605 – 1645

AFTERNOON TEA

1645 – 1800

WORKSHOPS AND CONVERSATIONS

W1

W2

W3

W4

W5

W6

ROOM

Meeting Room 1 

River View Room 4

Meeting Room 8

Meeting Room 2

Meeting Room 3

River View Room 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

1645 – 1800

How to write a research paper and get it published

 

Facilitated by Professor Colin BinnsJohn Curtin Distinguished Emeritus Professor, Public Health, Curtin University, WA

Chaired by Chris Alderman 

ED: Life in the Fast Lane

 

Facilitated by Karlee JohnstonLead Pharmacist, Canberra Hospital and Health Services, ACT, and Andrew Harding, Senior Pharmacist, Austin Health, Vic

(accredited for Group 2-CPD)

 

#SHPAMMTForm: Transformational Change Through Twitter

 

Virtual Workshop, facilitated by Dr Helen Bevan Chief Transformation Officer, Horizons Group, NHS England – Sustainable Improvement Team, UK, and Jeanie MiskoSenior Pharmacist, Medicines Information, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA

Refining your elevator pitch

 

Facilitated by Sam Calabrese,Associate Chief Pharmacy Officer, Cleveland Clinic, USA,and Jennifer Tryon, Associate Vice President and Chief Pharmacy Officer, Wake Forest Baptist Health, USA

From Concept to Reality, the Art and Science of the Business Case

 

Facilitated by Tom Simpson, Executive Director, Statewide Pharmacy, DHHS, Tas and Daniel GilbertsonManager, Healthcare Advisory Practice, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Vic

(accredited for Group 2-CPD)

 

Conversations in Medication Safety

 

Facilitated by Dr Bob Feroli, Medication Safety Officer, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, USA

Chaired by Kerry Fitzsimons 

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1815 – 1900

SHPA AGM

  ROOM: River View Room 4

 

Saturday 19 November 2016 Main Conference Program

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 0800 – 0855

BREAKFAST SESSION – Celebration of the JPPR Anniversary Issue

Supported by  PDL Logo

ROOM Ballroom 1

0855 – 0900

Move to Exhibition Hall for poster viewing

0900 – 0925

POSTER VIEWING, Exhibition Hall

0925 – 0930

Move between sessions

0930 – 1050

PLENARY SESSION THREE

ROOM

Riverside Theatre

0930 – 0945

Professor Michael Dooley, SHPA Federal President

0945 – 0950

Induction of the new SHPA Fellows

0950 – 1010

Fred J Boyd Award – Presentation & Oration

 CHAIR

Jeff Hughes 

1010 – 1050

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 3 – Approaching medicines management with head, hand and heart

Dr Ann O’Neill, Chairperson & Founder, angelhands, WA

1050 – 1130

MORNING TEA

1130 – 1300

INVITED SPEAKER SESSIONS

 ROOM

Meeting Room 1 & 2

Meeting Room 3

River View Room 4

River View Room 5

Meeting Room 7

Meeting Room 8

 CHAIR

 Naomi Burgess

Emily Diprose 

 Katherine Travers

 Peter Smart

 Deirdre Criddle

 Ian Coombes

 

S7 – MEDICATION SAFETY

S8 – THERAPEUTICS (NEW DRUGS AND THEIR PLACE IN PRACTICE)

S9 – THERAPEUTICS (CLINICAL CONTROVERSIES)

S10 – DIVERSITY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

S11 – LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! A DRAMATIC INTERVENTION IN CHRONIC DISEASE

S12 – TECHNICIAN STREAM

1130 – 1200

Measuring safety

Dr Bob FeroliMedication Safety Officer, Department of Pharmacy, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Baltimore, MD USA

mabs for Asthma

Debbie RigbyConsultant Clinical Pharmacist; Director of DR Consulting; NPS Board Director; Chair of SHPA Accredited Pharmacist Reference Group

(accredited for Group 2-CPD)

Statins and influenza: why what is good for the heart may not be good for the lungs

Dr Andrew StaffordDirector, WADTSCSchool of Pharmacy, Curtin University, WA

An integrated model of patient-centred service delivery for domiciliary chemotherapy patients

Julie AdamsManaging Director, chemo@home, Perth, WA

The Mary G Show – Lights, camera and action on chronic disease

Dr Mark Bin BakarMary G – Black Queen of the Kimberley, WA

 

Supporting acts:

Dr Tamara MackeanSenior Research Fellow, Southgate Institute for Health, Society and Equity, Flinders University, SA                                    

Bhavini PatelExecutive Director Medicines Management; Clinical Engagement and Leadership Support Lead; NICS-HCF Foundation Fellow (2007-2009); Top End Health Service NT, NT Department of Health, Darwin, NT

Linda CresdeeAboriginal Health Liaison Officer (Cardiology Ward), Royal Perth Hospital, WA

Clinical Professor Mark Thomas,Nephrologist, Royal Perth HospitalWA

Dr Marianne WoodLiaison GP (Aboriginal Health), Royal Perth Hospital; Public Health Medical Officer, Aboriginal Health Council, WA

Patricia Peng, Clinical Pharmacist, Royal Perth Hospital, WA

1130-1215

The Pharmacy Technician and Assistant Role Redesign Project (SHPA Redesign Project)

Rachael RaleighTechnician Role Re-design Project Officer, The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, Vic

1200 – 1230

Clinical Engagement in Medication Safety

Dr Chris Etherton-BeerAssociate ProfessorWA Centre for Health & Ageing, The University of Western Australia; Geriatrician and Clinical Pharmacologist, Royal Perth Hospital, WA

Janus kinase inhibitors in inflammatory diseases

Michael Cain, Senior Clinical Lead Pharmacist, Oncology, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, WA

Ketoacidosis and SGLT-2 Inhibitors

Karl Winckel, Senior Pharmacist (Education), Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld

(accredited for Group 2-CPD)

Psychotropic Stewardship: a step in the right direction

Sue Bascombe, Chief Pharmacist, Graylands Hospital, WA

1230 – 1300

Medication Safety: have we got a grip on Standard 4?

Toni HowellMedication Safety and Strategy Pharmacist St Vincent’s Melbourne, Surveyor, Australian Council on Healthcare Standards, Vic

PCSK9 inhibitors in Cardiovascular disease

Jeanie MiskoSenior Pharmacist, Medicines Information, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA

(accredited for Group 2-CPD)

Is it drugs or bugs that make us fat?

Professor Jeff Hughes, School of PharmacyFaculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University, WA

(accredited for Group 2-CPD)

 

General practice pharmacists in 3D: Designing, Defining & Delivering

Dr Manya AngleyDirector,Manya Angley Research & Consulting, SA

(accredited for Group 2-CPD)

1215-1245

Barriers and challenges to introducing expanded roles for technicians in Australian Hospital Pharmacy

Jade Carter, Pharmacy Technician Team Leader, Hollywood Private Hospital, Epic Pharmacy, WA

1245-1300

Panel Discussion

Trudy Teasdale, Pharmacist – Assistant Director, Gold Coast Health, Qld

Rachael RaleighTechnician Role Re-design Project Officer, The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, Vic

Dr Lisa PontSenior Research Fellow, NHMRC TRIP Fellow, Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research, Australian Institute for Health Innovation, NSW

Andrew MatthewsGeneral Manager of Workforce Transformation, The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, Vic

Jade Carter, Pharmacy Technician Team Leader, Hollywood Private Hospital, Epic Pharmacy, WA

Lorah Hickman, Senior Pharmacy Technician, Training and Development, Alfred Health, Vic

1300 – 1430

LUNCH

1430 – 1545

CONCURRENT SESSIONS: CONTRIBUTED PAPERS

ROOM

Meeting Room 1 & 2

Meeting Room 3

River View Room 4

River View Room 5

Meeting Room 7

Meeting Room 8

CHAIR

 Peter Fowler

Gillian Babe 

Daniel Guidone 

 Lorah Hickman

Naomi Lillywhite 

Margaret Jordan 

 

C13 – E HEALTH

C14 – PHARMACY MANAGEMENT

C15 – CONSUMER CENTRED CARE

C16 – TECHNICIAN

C17 – RURAL AND REMOTE

C18 – DIVERSITY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

1430 – 1445

A validation study of the Electronic Pain Assessment Tool (ePAT) in residents with dementia

Professor Jeff Hughes, Professor, Curtin University, WA

Clinical leadership skills: Do pharmacists think they have them?

Paul Toner, Deputy Director of Pharmacy, Melbourne Health, Vic

 

Medication Safety: defining the hospital pharmacist’s role and empowering patients to ask questions

Amelia Santoro, Pharmacist, Royal Perth Hospital, WA

 

Clinical support pharmacy technician taking medication histories: a good use of resources?

Marc Greenbaum, Pre-Surgery Pharmacist, Uniting Care Health, Qld

The importance of differentiating procoagulant envenomation to effectively manage a warfarinised patient

Kirstin Berry, District Medication Safety and Quality Manager, District Pharmacy Services, Hunter New England Local Health District, NSW

Looking beyond the walls of acute care hospitals; improving medicines management in community-based healthcare services

Usha Ritchie, Deputy Director of Pharmacy, Women’s and Children’s Health Network, SA

1445 – 1450

Move between sessions

1450 – 1505

Discovering technology-based solutions to enable the prioritisation of medication reconciliation initiation in paediatric patients

Natalie Tasker, Network Medication Safety Pharmacist, Sydney Children’s Hospital Network, NSW

Too much eMM data? Here’s how we use it!

Sin Hoon (Skip) Lam, Director of Pharmacy, Peninsula Health, Vic

Barriers to immunosuppressant medication adherence in kidney transplantation: a point prevalence study

Amelia Cossart

Postgraduate Honours Student; Pharmacist, University of Queensland, Qld

Challenging pharmacy technician boundaries; auditing for an Antimicrobial Stewardship (AMS) service

Erika Roberts, Senior AMS Pharmacist & Marnie Horne, AMS Pharmacy Technician, Monash Health, Vic

Antimicrobial Stewardship in the Outpatient High Risk Foot Clinic

Vesa ChengAMS and Medication Safety Pharmacist, Goulburn Valley Health, Vic

Effectiveness of a dual pharmacist led intervention to reduce falls in geriatric hospital inpatients

Tara Menichelli, Pharmacist, St Vincent’s Hospital, Vic

1505 – 1510

Move between sessions

1510 – 1525

Are clinicians concerned about the clinical success of an EMR?

Adam Stormont, Senior Pharmacist, Monash Health, Vic

Pharmacist interventions: optimising and sustaining reporting methods

Wendy Ewing, Assistant Deputy Director of Pharmacy, Monash Health, Vic

FED-EX-KSCp. Facilitating End of life Discussions. EXiting invasive care. Pharmacy in Kidney Supportive Care. (KSCp)

Carla Scuderi, Pharmacist – Advanced Renal, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Qld

Evaluating the impact of policies for returning medications for reuse in an Inpatient Dispensary

Laura Morphett, Senior Supervisory Technician – Inpatient Services, Alfred Health, Vic

Developing a remote clinical pharmacy service in rural hospitals targeting high-risk patients

Yvonne Hablutzel, Project Manager – Primary Health Clinical Pharmacy Project, Tasmanian Health Service, Tas

Evaluation of partnered pharmacist charting on admission in Emergency Short Stay and General Medicine

Michael Dooley, Director of Pharmacy, Alfred Health, Vic

1525 – 1530

Move between sessions

1530 – 1545

Patient perspectives of an integrated electronic medication prescribing and dispensing system

Grace Lau, Pharmacist, Monash Health, Vic

Narrative review: status of key performance indicators in contemporary hospital pharmacy practice

Georgia Lloyd, University of Technology Sydney, NSW

Discovery of patient’s understanding of cardiac medication

Emily Lancaster, Pharmacist Intern, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld

Stepping towards improvement: applying lean methodology in preparing oral antibiotic mixtures

Alexander Garrett,Pharmacy Technician, Maroondah Hospital, Vic

Antimicrobial Stewardship: effect of antimicrobial restriction policy on inappropriate prescribing in three rural facilities

Emily Waddell, AMS Pharmacist, Queensland Statewide AMS Program, Qld

Pharmacist-facilitated e-learning module versus standard pharmacist-delivered education for warfarin naïve patients: a randomised controlled study

Michelle Nalder, Senior Renal Pharmacist, Melbourne Health, Vic

1545 – 1600

REFRESHMENT BREAK

1600 – 1700

PLENARY SESSION FOUR

ROOM

Riverside Theatre

CHAIR

 Neil Keen

1600 – 1615

Australian Clinical Pharmacy Award – Presentation & Oration

1615 – 1700

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 4 – Striving for excellence in health care

Dr Fiona Wood AM, Professor School of Surgery, University of Western Australia, WA

1700 – 1730

Closing session

1715 – 1720

Presentation of Paper and Poster Awards

1720 – 1725

Official close of MM2016

1725 – 1730

Launch of Medicines Management 2017

1900 – 2330

GALA DINNER

Bellevue Ballrooms 1 & 2

Whether you Dare to be Different, Desire to be Discovered or Dream of Dressing Disruptively

Decide on your Dress-Code and come Determined to Dance the night away

The 3-D Party

The Ultimate Finale to Your Future in 3D

Dazzle the Gala Dinner with any Ds!

A few D ideas to get you started…Dual premiership captain/player/coach, Darth Vader, Draco Malfoy, Dracula, Dinosaur, Doctor Miracle, M.D. (or Doctor Who, Doctor Evil, Doctor Dolittle), Disney Princess, Dalai lama, Disco ball, Dumb and Dumber, Diamond, Dick Van Dyke, Dragon, Dolly Parton, Disco Diva, Wizard of Oz Dorothy, Deadpool, crash test Dummy…