Prescribing Update 21 October 2021

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Course Summary

This session will update your knowledge around current guidelines when prescribing high risk drugs, anti depressants and opiates and antimicrobials. 

Who should attend

Nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, non medical prescribers, paramedics, physician associates and practice nurses and GP’s.

Session Aims

This session provides an update of current prescribing guidelines for prescribing in  primary care.

Objectives

  1. Explore current guidelines for prescribing in primary care.
  2. Identify and audit safe prescribing and monitoring of amber level drugs.
  3. Develop skills in auditing management of patients with respiratory conditions, on anti depressants and opiates in primary care.
  4. Recognise importance of auditing and reviewing prescribing practices in general practice.

Programme

13h00  Amber Level  and High Risk Drugs monitoring in general practice

13h30 Medication Reviews and QOF   – Aneela Tehseen, Clinical Pharmacist

14h00 Anti depressants, Opiates and Opiod prescribing – Dr Vasavan Agambaram, Consultant clinical psychiatrist

15h00 Antimicrobial Prescribing in General Practice – Dr Jay Verma, GP Hillingdon

16h00 Close and Evaluations

Blog: https://www.belmatt.co.uk/safe-prescribing-of-high-risk-drugs

Sponsored by Sensible Staffing, a locum nursing agency.  Please note there are no recordings or handouts for this session.

ZOOM LINK

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ZOOM LINK

Antimicrobial Guidelines

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Antimicrobial Guidelines August 2021
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Antimicrobial Guidelines during COVID
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summary-antimicrobial-prescribing-guidance
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ESPAUR_Report_2019-20 Medication Resistance

High Risk and Amber level Drugs including DMARDs

Medication Reviews

Anti - Depressants

Analgesia and Opiates

This is a live interactive zoom course.
Prescribing Update 21 October 2021
Price:
£10
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