Face to Face / Virtual workshops: Dependence Forming Medications

These Face 2 Face or virtual workshops provide an opportunity for medicines optimisation team members and / or practice-based pharmacists and technicians, GPs and nurse prescribers to:

  • update clinical knowledge
  • be aware of the latest national guidance
  • network with colleagues
  • consider local implementation to support best practice and patient care

The workshops include a mix of lecture-style presentations and case studies plus plenty of opportunities for interaction. It also supports your professional revalidation.

Workshop content:

  • World Health Organisation Medication Without Harm Challenge
  • Public Health England Prescribed Medicines Review
  • Implementation resources
  • Review and management of Dependence Forming Medicines including:
    • opioids for chronic, non-cancer pain
    • Benzodiazepines
    • Z drugs
    • Gabapentin
    • Pregabalin

If you’re interested in attending or hosting a workshop, please contact elearning@prescqipp.info.

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Description

These Face 2 Face or virtual workshops provide an opportunity for medicines optimisation team members and / or practice-based pharmacists and technicians, GPs and nurse prescribers to:

  • update clinical knowledge
  • be aware of the latest national guidance
  • network with colleagues
  • consider local implementation to support best practice and patient care

The workshops include a mix of lecture-style presentations and case studies plus plenty of opportunities for interaction. It also supports your professional revalidation.

Workshop content:

  • World Health Organisation Medication Without Harm Challenge
  • Public Health England Prescribed Medicines Review
  • Implementation resources
  • Review and management of Dependence Forming Medicines including:
    • opioids for chronic, non-cancer pain
    • Benzodiazepines
    • Z drugs
    • Gabapentin
    • Pregabalin

If you’re interested in attending or hosting a workshop, please contact elearning@prescqipp.info.