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The Critical Care advanced practitioner meeting is an excellent opportunity for all critical care pharmacists to learn, network and update their practice. As in previous years, we have a wide range of topics, covering existing therapies and newer approaches. Hot topics such as novel treatments in sepsis are on the agenda, along with the controversial use of ascorbic acid in sepsis. In addition to updates on research, including a new study in the area of sedation, there will be a lively debate on the use of evidence in critical care. The ethics of treating patients in critical care will also be explored, in line with the surrounding legalities. The masterclass will also provide practical experience in the use of citrate renal replacement therapy, a practice increasingly being adopted in critical cares across the country. We look forward to you joining us.
- Pharmacists working in critical care
At the end of this masterclass, participants should be able to:
- Describe the rationale for the use of immunoglobulin, beta-blockers and insulin/glucose in the treatment of sepsis
- Discuss the practicalities and considerations of using citrate CRRT
- Discuss the pros and cons of different approaches to using available evidence in critical care
- Describe the ethical considerations of organ donation
- Describe new research approaches in the treatment of delirium
- Discuss the pharmacy workforce within critical care and its impact on interventions
Peer discussion opportunities will be available at this event, which can also be used towards your CPD and portfolios. Advanced booking essential.
Attending this event will help you advance your professional practice and could be used as evidence in your RPS Faculty portfolio. The day will cover Specialist areas of knowledge.
This event has been financially supported by the pharmaceutical industry, including:
Stand sponsors have no input into the content of this event. Promotional stands from these companies will be exhibited at this event. Other pharmaceutical companies have been invited to support this day.