17th Annual Consultant Clinical Pharmacy Seminar ConPharm now available online

Once again, the AACP is offering ConPharm 2021 online for those who were unable to attend the face-to-face event which was held in Adelaide in June.

If you have not attended ConPharm in the past, now is the perfect opportunity to see why the event has been spoken of as ‘the best and most relevant clinical pharmacy seminar of the year’.

The recordings, accompanied by the power point slides are now available to all. You can view one recording at a time and then answer the questions relating to that presentation, at a time and place that is most convenient for you.

Access to the recordings will be available for $275.00 for AACP associates and $325.00 for non-associates (including GST).

AACP Board Chair Marc Apolloni welcomed attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors to the event, during which fellow South Australian and staunch advocate for the role of pharmacists in improving medication safety for those with disabilities, Dr Manya Angley was announced as the AACP MIMS Consultant Pharmacist of the Year.

The first session of the conference was especially popular, with the keynote presentation delivered by Dr Melanie Wroth, Chief Clinical Advisor of the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission. She was followed by Associate Professor Craig Whitehead speaking on evidenced based management of changed behaviour in dementia. Dr Shane Jackson concluded the session with his update on the sector and what is in store for the accredited pharmacist sector after the release of the Aged Care Royal Commission Final Report.

Professor Lorimer Moseley delivered a fascinating presentation and inspired all to join the ‘pain revolution’ and Myfanwy Graham gave an excellent update on cannabis medicines.

Excellent talks were also delivered by regular AACP presenters Debbie Rigby, Adjunct Associate Professor Geraldine Moses, Emeritus Professor Jeff Hughes, and Dr Andrew Stafford on topics ranging from triple therapy for asthma and COPD to vaccination in older people.

A PDF copy of all the multiple-choice questions is available. Answer the questions as you watch each presentation, then submit all the answers online once you have watched all the presentations. If successful, you will be able to download a certificate of completion from the AACP assessment site.

Now is the perfect time to earn extra CPD. Those who successfully complete the associated multiple-choice question assessment before 30 July 2022 will be able to claim up to 29 CPD credits.

A confirmation of online registration details and a tax invoice will be issued to the email address recorded on the online registration form. You should allow three to four business days after payment is made to be notified that you have access to the presentations. Please check your junk emails for the login instructions. The email will come from conpharm@aacp.com.au

For further enquiries email conpharm@aacp.com.au