Improving pharmacy practice with evidence-based information from BMJ
Monday, May 30 at 6.45 pm
- Demonstrate the importance to pharmacists to continually learn and reflect on their practice
- Outline the future of pharmacy and the need to develop clinically
- Gain an understanding of evidence-based medicine and how the BMJ can help
Why should you attend the webinar?
If you are in the pharmacy industry and/or are a pharmacist wanting to know more about how to prepare for the future – then this webinar is for you.
MEDLRN has a vision to unlock the potential of pharmacists globally and has partnered with Locatealocum to bring this webinar to you.
Who should attend?
- Locum pharmacists
- Community pharmacists
- General practice pharmacists
- Non-medical prescribers
- Business owners
- Hospital pharmacists
What will I learn during the webinar?
In this 45 minutes , you will be given an improving pharmacy practice with evidence-based information.
How can I join the webinar?
Simple fill out the registration form and if you are unable to attend – a recording will be available
Dr Kieran Walsh
Dr Kieran Walsh is Clinical Director at BMJ. He is the clinical lead of the medical education and clinical decision support resources at BMJ. He has a vast amount of experience in online medical education, clinical decision support, face to face delivery of medical education, and both summative and formative assessment. He has experience of using all of these in programmes to strengthen health systems. He is Adjunct Associate Professor in Teaching and Research at Monash University. He has published over 200 papers in the biomedical literature and has written four books on medical education.
Details for webinar
Length: 45 minutes
Start time: 6.45 pm
End time: 7.30 pm
Dr Kieran Walsh
Clinical Director at BMJ
2x Award-winning Pharmacist, IP, Pharmacy Chain and Clinic Owner, Founder of MEDLRN
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