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KHP CPMU Research Evening Symposium (drinks reception from 7.25pm)

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Room G.79

Franklin-Wilkins Building, King’s College London (Waterloo campus)

150 Stamford Street

London

SE1 9NH

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The 11th Clinical Practice and Medicines Use Research Symposium will take place on Thursday 26th October, 6.15pm to 7.20pm, Room G.79, Franklin Wilkins Building, (KCL Waterloo campus).

A drinks reception will follow at 7.25pm

The principal aim of this symposium will be to demonstrate the breadth and intensity of research activity that takes place across Pharmacy in King’s Health Partners (Trusts and King’s College London). It will also be an opportunity to meet those who can support you in developing your own research ideas.

Programme

6.15pm Welcome by Professor David Taylor (Chair)

6.20pm Use of a naloxone trigger tool to confirm opioid related adverse drug events
Gillian Cavell, Consultant Pharmacist and Deputy Director of Pharmacy, KCH

6.35pm Positive views on antipsychotic long-acting injections (LAIs): results of a survey of
community patients prescribed antipsychotics
Shubhra Mace, Deputy Director of Pharmacy - Clinical, SLaM

6.50pm Vitamin D metabolite concentrations in critically ill patients with acute kidney injury
(VID-AKI): interim analysis of an observational cohort study
Lynda Cameron, pharmacist, GSTT

7.05pm Development of a pharmacist-led intervention to support medicines adherence
following acute coronary syndrome
Jake Crawshaw, PhD Student, KCL

7.20pm Closing remarks by Professor David Taylor

7.25pm - 8.30pm Drinks reception


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Franklin-Wilkins Building, King’s College London (Waterloo campus)

150 Stamford Street

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SE1 9NH

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