myPHN CONFERENCE 2017 IS NOW SOLD OUT, BUT THERE ARE STILL SPACES LEFT TO ATTEND OUR FREE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EVENTS!
myPHN Conference 2017 is pleased to offer a series of free professional development events on Friday 7 July. You can download the PDF flyer for more information or register via the links below. All workshops are held at the myPHN Conference 2017 venue, Pullman Reef Hotel Casino on Friday 7 July, unless indicated otherwise.
Basic Life Support / Immediate Life Support – Jane O’Shannessy, RN RM Clinical Facilitator
One-hour workshop for you to complete your CPR certification.
Friday 7 July and Sunday 9 July
Times from 7.30am – 12.30pm
Best Practice Software Training – Katrina Otto
Update your Best Practice skills with these 3-hour workshops.
Beginner and intermediate: 10am – 1pm | Advanced: 2pm – 5pm
Community Pharmacy Transformation Workshop – Jacqueline Henricks, Nicholas Efstahis and Danny Agnola, The Pharmacy Guild of Australia
Join the Queensland Pharmacy Business Support team with a workshop to provide you with the knowledge and skills to accelerate growth, increase profitability, and utilise business opportunities for your pharmacy.
12pm – 1pm Complimentary lunch
1pm – 5pm Workshop
Integration and Chronic Disease Management Stakeholders Forum – Professor Brian Dolan, Health 360, Conference Chair
This forum will assist in the implementation of patient-focussed integrated chronic disease management in the Cairns region.
8.30am – 4pm
MedicalDirector and PracSoft Training – Margaret Windsor
Update your MedicalDirector and PracSoft skills with these workshops.
Beginner and intermediate: 9.30am – 12.30pm | Advanced: 1.30pm – 4.30pm
Quality use of medicines and medical testing as experienced by Aboriginal Health Workers in North Queensland – Jo McMahon, Senior Pharmacist and Educator, Jennie Pry and Jane London, NPS Medicine Wise
This workshop will name the challenges and explore the possible solutions for quality use of medicines and medical test issues as experienced by Aboriginal Health Workers.
Suicide Prevention in North Queensland – Sandi Winner and Bernie Triggs, Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN), Adriel Burley, Townsville Suicide Prevention Network
Get up to speed with what is happening in North Queensland with regards to suicide prevention.
9am – 11.30am