eMedication Management Conference
The nation's only event to look solely at electronic prescribing and electronic medication management systems
The 6th Annual eMedication Management Conference will take place on 14-15 March 2017 at the Swissotel in Sydney.
In 2016, we welcomed over 100 attendees from across all states and territories, including representation from NZ and the UK. We look forward to 2017 with an audience made up of public and private hospitals, governments and universities to examine the implementation and integration processes of eMM systems.
The conference provides fantastic networking opportunities, and a platform for information sharing, encouraging hospitals that have had success with the introduction of eMM systems, to then support and guide the activities of those at an earlier stage in the process.
The 2017 program is currently being developed, and here are some confirmed speakers and topics to date:
eMM in the Digital Health Environment – Mobile Apps & Privacy
- Vanessa Halter, Senior Privacy & Digital Health Compliance Advisor, Australian Digital Health Agency
The Challenges of Introducing Pharmacy Automation in a Tertiary Paediatric Hospital
- Christopher Hopps, Commissioning Chief Pharmacist, Perth Children's Hospital Project
Title to be advised
- Professor Johanna Westbrook, Director, Centre for Health Systems & Safety Research, Australian Institute of Health Innovation
Evaluation of Computerised Decision Support in eMed Systems
- Melissa Baysari, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Health Systems & Safety Research, Australian Institute of Health Innovation
Integrating Advanced Practice Roles into Future Plans for eMM
- Professor Michael Dooley, Director of Pharmacy, Alfred Health
Considerations of Implementing an EMR Oncology system
- Stephanie Chau, EMR Senior Clinical Analyst – Beacon (Oncology), The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne
Strategy for Order Sets
- Jenny Te EMR Clinical Analyst, Medications Team, The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne
IV infusions & Other Complex Medication Orders in Paediatrics
- Jeffrey Ong, Medications Team Lead – EMR Project, Pharmacist – Pharmacy Department, The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne
The Highs & Lows of an ICU Clinical Information System (CIS)
- Breigh Ridley, Senior Pharmacist (Critical Care Team Lead), Fiona Stanley Hospital
- Natalie Tasker, Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network
Results of the First National Survey of Computerised Prescribing Alerts in EMM Systems in Australian Hospitals.
Plus - Is one type of medication alert better than another? A systematic review of the comparative effectiveness of single & multiple medication alert types in hospital EMM systems.
- Natalie Page, M.Phil candidate, Macquarie University
CONSULTATION & SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES
To develop a thought-provoking & inspiring program, please forward your advice and recommendations for speakers and topics to be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday 7th October 2016.