Australia’s Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) Initiative

Where is Australia’s transition to the PCEHR up to?

Here’s a presentation from Andrew Howard, head of the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record, NEHTA, given on 25th November 2011

Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia Conference

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The 35th SHPA national conference, Medicines Management 2009 is now accepting registrations.

The Conference will be held from 5 – 8 November 2009 at the Perth Convention Exhibition Centre.

The Conference Committee is pleased to announce that George Jelinek, Professor of Emergency Medicine at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and The University of Western Australia, Trudi Gallagher, Blood Management Specialist at Providence Regional Medical Centre, Everett, Washington State, USA and Mike Lovitt, Principal Blasting Specialist from Orica Mining Services will be the keynote speakers at the 35th SHPA National Conference in Perth.

Unsure why there is an explosives expert at a pharmacy conference but if there are things that go bang I am going to have a blast (Boom Boom).

Yes I will be there speaking in the indigenous stream. I have a few speaking engagements around that time. More on that later. Back to the conference blurb.

The Committee has developed an informative and stimulating program based on the theme ‘Across the Divide’ with more than 15 invited speakers and over 70 will be presented.

We encourage you to take this opportunity to submit your poster and/or paper abstracts. The Call for Abstracts is available online and all abstracts must be submitted electronically at www.shpamm2009.com/call-for-abstracts/. Please note the closing date for the submission of abstracts is Tuesday, 30 June 2009.

The Program and Registration Brochure is now available online. Remember, you and your organisation will be able to get best value for money by being full members of SHPA and paying for your registrations by the close of early bird registration, 4 September 2009. Click here to register.

Please contact the Conference Office at shpamm@wsm.com.au or visit the Conference website www.shpamm2009.com for further information.

See you there.

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The Future of Remote Australia An Ethnobotanist view of Aboriginal Bush Medicine

This seminar was presented by Peter Latz on the 26 August 2009 titled:

“The Future of Remote Australia An Ethnobotanist view of Aboriginal Bush Medicine – past, present and future”

Listen to the podcast here

Watch the video here (external site)

Centre For Remote Health Alice Springs

Centre For Remote Health Alice Springs

The Centre for Remote Health is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this year. A joint venture between Flinders and Charles Darwin Universities it is based in Alice Springs with campuses in Katherine and Darwin.

As part of the celebrations they will be presenting a series of seminars and making them available online.

The Centre for Remote Health aims to contribute to the improved health outcomes of people in remote communities of the Northern Territory and Australia, through the provision of high quality tertiary education, training and research focusing on the discipline of Remote Health.

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The Future of Remote Australia Governance and service challenges of Remote Australia

This seminar was presented by Fred Chaney on the 19th August 2009 titled:

“The Future of Remote Australia Governance and service challenges of Remote Australia”

Click here to listen to podcast

Click here to watch the video (external site)

Centre For Remote Health Alice Springs

Centre For Remote Health Alice Springs

The Centre for Remote Health is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this year. A joint venture between Flinders and Charles Darwin Universities it is based in Alice Springs with campuses in Katherine and Darwin.

As part of the celebrations they will be presenting a series of seminars and making them available online.

The Centre for Remote Health aims to contribute to the improved health outcomes of people in remote communities of the Northern Territory and Australia, through the provision of high quality tertiary education, training and research focusing on the discipline of Remote Health.

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