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PSA is excited to offer a national webinar series available to all members across Australia.
The one hour monthly webinar will enable you to interactively engage and question the expert speakers in real time from anywhere in Australia.
Multiple choice questions will be available online to enable you to gain Group 2 Credits for each webinar.
Webinars will be recorded and accessible to view a few days after the live webinar via the PSA Online Learning listing.
A pharmacist will be asked on a daily basis about the suitability of medications in pregnancy and breastfeeding which can be daunting with information often not clear or hard to find. Join Dr Treasure McGuire as she presents the very latest information on Medication Safety in Pregnancy and Breastfeeding.
This evening lecture will provide tools on using medicines wisely in pregnancy and breastfeeding and an update on suitable medications for a mother whether she is in gestation or breastfeeding her child. Don’t miss this great opportunity to develop your knowledge of this topic and positively impact the health outcomes of your community.
ACT, NSW, QLD, TAS & VIC – 7.30pm
SA & NT – 7pm
WA – 5.30pm
This lecture is currently undergoing accreditation.
Dr Treasure McGuire
PhD, BPharm, BSc, GradDipClinHospPharm, GCHEd, FACP, MPS. MSHP
Dr Treasure McGuire is a medicines information pharmacist, pharmacologist, educator and researcher. As Assistant Director of Pharmacy, Mater Health Services she manages an Academic Practice Unit that delivers pharmacotherapeutics curricula to five health disciplines across three hospitals and four universities. She has appointments with the University of Queensland, School of Pharmacy (Senior Conjoint Lecturer), Bond University (Associate Professor of Pharmacology) and the Mater Research Institute. Treasure has co authored 8 books and over 40 peer reviewed journal articles in her areas of interest complementary medicines, reproductive health, medication safety and health seeking behaviour.
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