Pathology in the digital era
With the launch of My Health Record, pharmacists will have greater access to patients’ medical history, including biochemistry and pathology test results. Interpreting these results, and understanding how they impact patients’ health and medication is essential to ensuring positive patient outcomes.
This workshop will cover common biochemistry and pathology tests, including electrolytes, immune function, liver and kidney function, and blood and other sample cultures. Pharmacists will learn how to interpret these results and apply them to practice to guide treatment-related decisions and recommendations.
Associate Professor Huy Tran
Luke Kelly is passionate about change. As a Pharmacy owner for 29 years, Luke has been there for the best and worst. There is no doubt that the profession is yet again at a crossroads. It is time to ‘step up, or step aside!’ Luke lectures in Pharmacy Business Management and Clinical Leadership at the University of Newcastle and is President of the Newcastle and Hunter Valley Pharmacists Association.
Currently applying for accreditation; this activity may include up to 4 Group 2 CPD credits upon successful completion
Friday 22 March 2019 10.00am – 12.00pm and 3.30pm – 5.30pm (repeat)