Non-Medical Prescribing CPD Study DayA must-attend CPD study day with a range of guest speakers designed specifically for health care professionals with a Non-Medical Prescribing qualification (V300)
About this event
|Event Name||Non-Medical Prescribing CPD Study Day|
|Start Date||27th Mar 2019 9:00am|
|End Date||27th Mar 2019 4:30pm|
|Duration||7 hours and 30 minutes|
We are pleased to offer this one day event for Non-Medical Prescribers. The lectures will be delivered by Pharmacists and Clinical Nurse Specialists and encourage active audience participation. Delegates should be health care professionals with a Non-Medical Prescribing qualification (v300).
Registration fee includes refreshments and certificate of attendance.
9.00am - 9.30am Registration with refreshments
9.30am - 10.20am Physical Health Checks in SMI Population - Herbert Mwebe FHEA, Senior Lecturer in Mental Health, CPD Programme lead and BEH-Honorary Project Investigator, Middlesex University
10.20am - 11.10am Challenges in NMP: Changing NMC Guidance - Dr. Nicola Carey, University of Sussex
11.10am - 11.40am Break
11.40am - 12.30pm Prescribing, Polypharmacy and Deprescribing in frailty - Lelly Oboh, Consultant Pharmacist, Guys & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
12.30pm - 1.20pm Lunch
1.20pm - 2.10pm Prescribing in Paediatrics - Michael Wise, Senior Lecturer, London South Bank University and Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Great Ormond Street Hospital
2.10pm - 2.35pm Break
2.35pm - 3.25pm Physiotherapy Pain Management - Diarmuid Denneny, Lead Physiotherapist NHS, HEE NCEL Research Fellow, CLAHRC and Honorary Clinical Teaching Fellow, UCL
3.25pm - 4.15pm Unilateral leg swelling: differential diagnosis, investigations and treatment - Linda Nazarko, Nurse Consultant, Physical Healthcare, West London Mental Health NHS Trust
4.15pm - 4.30pm Closing remarks, evaluation forms and collection of certificates
Our Non-Medical Prescribing Study Days will now take place just once a year in March.
We are no longer able to invoice your trust for your place. The fee must be paid for by your employer or you will need to pay for your place and arrange reimbursement from your employer.
Booking Terms and Conditions (London South Bank University is also known as LSBU)
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