The Future of Safe Prescribing is a joint conference between the British Pharmacological Society and the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, and takes place on 29 March at RCPI, No.6 Kildare Street, Dublin 2.
Designed to address topics directly relevant to safe prescribing now and in the future, this meeting will have wide appeal to independent prescribers from all backgrounds including medical, pharmacy and nursing. Topics for the programme will include, “cost-effective prescribing”, “managing polypharmacy”, “precision prescribing” “electronic prescribing” and “maintaining prescribing competence.
The event will be followed by an evening networking reception from 7-9pm.
Professor Emma Baker (St George’s University, London), Professor Simon Maxwell (University of Edinburgh) and others on:
- improving prescribing skills
- the challenges of polypharmacy
- partnerships between pharmacy and clinical pharmacology
Prescribing in the 2020s and beyond
Professor Michael Barry (Irish National Centre of Pharmacoeconomics), Dr Patricia McGettigan (Queen Mary University of London) and others on:
- the future of European medicines regulation post-Brexit
- personalised medicine and precision prescribing
- big data approaches to improving prescribing
Register for the event
To register for the event, visit the British Pharmacalogical Society website.
Register by 1 March 2019 to get a discounted place.
The Future of Safe Prescribing | 29 March 2019, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland
Register by 1st March to avail of the early bird rate