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PROGRAM AND REGISTRATION 11 – 14 November 2010 Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre Early bird registration closes 3 September 2010

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The 36th SHPA National Conference


CONTENTS ‘Staying Alive’ themes

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Registration fees and inclusions

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Keynote speakers

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Host city

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Invited speakers

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Accommodation

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Social program

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Additional information

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Scientific program

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General information

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COSPs and special interest groups

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Registration form

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PARTNERSHIPS We gratefully acknowledge our Key Partner CH2 and thank them for their support

We gratefully acknowledge our Education Partners and thank them for their support

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INVITATION IN NV NV TO ATTEND On b On behalf of the organising committee we invite you to attend Medicines Management 2010, the 36th SHPA National Conference, will be held in Melbourne from 11-14 November 2010. This year’s central theme of ‘Staying Alive’ will showcase innovation and developments in hospital pharmacy practice, with particular focus in the areas of chronic disease management, pain control and infectious diseases. A dedicated technician program will feature speakers from around Australia demonstrating novel approaches and expanding roles of pharmacy technicians. The contributed paper and poster sessions will allow delegates to showcase recent advances and updates in hospital pharmacy practice. The Conference will be held at the recently re-developed Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre, with state of the art facilities and stunning waterfront views.

The 36th SHPA National Conference

Centrally located, delegates will have convenient access to the city’s hotels, public transport and all of Melbourne’s famous attractions. Delegates are strongly encouraged to use the social program as an opportunity to network and socialise with colleagues. For your convenience all social events will be held at the Convention Centre, culminating with the ever popular gala dinner on Saturday night. We look forward to seeing you in November!

Alice Kochman Conference Convener

Andrew Harding Program Manager


‘STAYING SSTA ST TA T ALIVE’ THEMES BUGS AND DRUGS It is not news that ‘bugs’ are winning the fight! Come and listen to the latest on which bacteria and viruses are re-emerging in Australia or getting out of control. What can pharmacists and prescribers do to try and curb this threat? Update your knowledge on resistance, re-emergence, viruses and more.

LIFE GOES ON Keeping people alive and healthy into older age continues to present new challenges. Come and discuss our role and where these challenges are taking our profession, our health budget and holistic models of care we need to provide.

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PAINFUL SITUATIONS Management of pain is a complex issue that needs a multidisciplinary team approach. Find out how pain management varies in different settings.

BROADENING THE PROFESSION In the fast changing health care environment that we work in, important questions arise: Where is our profession going? Where are other pharmacists taking their practice? What’s the evidence? How do we translate evidence into practice? Join in the discussions, challenge your ideas and maybe find a new career path!

1970s TO NOW – CHANGES IN TECHNICIAN TRAINING AND ROLES The technician’s role has changed dramatically throughout the years. Take this journey from past to present and into the future.

MAJOR SPONSORS We gratefully acknowledge the support of all our Major Sponsors


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Dr Luke Bereznicki Senior Research Fellow, UMORE; Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice, School of Pharmacy, University of Tasmania, TAS Dr Malcolm Dobbin Senior Medical Advisor on Alcohol and Drugs to the Mental Health, Drugs and Regions Division of the Victorian Department of Health, VIC

Irvine Newton Chairman, Harm Minimisation Committee, PSA (VIC), VIC Dr Sue Phillips Interim Executive Director, National Institute of Clinical Studies, National Health and Medical Research Council, VIC

Dr Michael McDonough Medical Director, Addiction Medicines Services; Chief Advisor in Addiction Medicine, Department of Health and Human Services, Western Health, VIC

INVITED SPEAKERS Rodney Adams Pharmacy Technician, Pharmacy Department, North West Regional Hospital, TAS

Dr Benjamin Howden Infectious Diseases Physician and Clinical Microbiologist, Infectious Diseases Department, Austin Hospital, VIC

Yvonne Allinson Chief Executive Officer, Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, VIC

Sue Kirsa Director of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Department, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, VIC

Dr Kirsty Buising Infectious Diseases Physician; Clinical Research Physician, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC

Professor Ross McKinnon Professor, Division of Health Sciences, School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences, University of South Australia, SA

Natalie Bula Deputy Director Pharmacy (Operations), Pharmacy Services, The Canberra Hospital, ACT

Maryanne Molenaar Project Pharmacist, HealthSMART Clinical Systems Project, VIC

Paula Caird Pharmacy Technician, Fremantle Hospital Pharmacy, WA Dr Julie Cichero Deglutitionist and Speech Pathologist, QLD Dr Ian Coombes Team Leader Practitioner Development, Medicines Services Queensland, Queensland Health; Clinical Senior Lecturer, School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland, QLD Margaret Duguid Pharmaceutical Advisor, Australian Commission on Safety & Quality in Health Care, NSW Rohan Elliott Senior Pharmacist (Aged Care), Austin Health; Clinical Senior Lecturer, Monash University, VIC Jane Evans Clinical Trials Administrator, Pharmacy Department-Clinical Trials, The Alfred Hospital, VIC Michael Frank NICS-Melbourne Health Fellow 2009; Pharmacist, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne Health, VIC Dr Andrew Fuller Infectious Diseases Physician, The Alfred Hospital, VIC Kirstie Galbraith Director, Postgraduate Studies and Professional Development Unit, Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University, VIC Paul Gysslink Course Coordinator of Certificates III & IV in Hospital/Health Services, Pharmacy Support, Box Hill Institute of TAFE, VIC Dr Malcolm Hogg Acute Pain Service Co-Coordinator; Consultant Anaesthetist, Anaesthesia and Pain Management, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC

Kevin Mc Namara NICS-National Prescribing Service QUM Fellow 2008; Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice, Monash University, VIC; Research Fellow in Rural Pharmacy, Flinders University, SA Bhavini Patel NICE-HCF Foundation Fellow; Director of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Department, Royal Darwin Hospital, NT Emma Pearson Technician Co-ordinator, Slade Pharmacy Services, VIC Angelo Pricolo Community Pharmacist, Tambassis Pharmacy, VIC Sandy Scholes Clinical Pharmacist, Calvary Health Care Bethlehem, VIC Dr Thomas Schulz Victorian Infectious Diseases Service, Refugee Health Fellow, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC Joan Semmler Pharmacy Technician, Sterile Production Centre, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD Dr Joel Symons Specialist Anaesthetist, Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine, The Alfred Hospital, VIC Dr Simone Taylor Senior Pharmacist, Emergency Medicine and Research, Pharmacy Department, Austin Hospital, VIC Arti Thakerar Education/Pain & Palliative Care Pharmacist, Pharmacy Department, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, VIC Associate Professor Joseph Torresi Infectious Diseases Physician, Infectious Diseases Department, Austin Hospital, VIC Emeritus Professor Ian Webster Emeritus Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of New South Wales, NSW

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SOCIAL PROGRAM

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WINE AND NIBBLES Date:

Thursday 11 November 2010

GALA DINNER – SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER

Time:

1730–1830

Date:

Saturday 13 November 2010

Venue: Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre

Time:

1900 until late

Dress: Neat casual

Venue: Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre

Cost:

Included in full Conference registration.

Dress: Optional 70’s theme dress up. There will be prizes for the best costumes.

Additional tickets for day registrants and accompanying persons can be purchased for $45 incl GST per ticket.

Put on your funky gear and get ready to boogie!

Come along and register on Thursday evening to avoid the early morning rush on Friday. While there, enjoy a drink and catch up with colleagues and friends and attend the SHPA AGM. Afterwards you have the night free to enjoy Melbourne’s great restaurants.

Thanks to CH2 our Key Partner and the sponsor of this fabulous night.

This will be an awesome night with fab food, wine and music. There will be great prizes for the grooviest gals and guys.

Be there or be square! Cost:

SHPA AGM Date:

Thursday 11 November 2010

Time:

1830–1915

Included in full Conference registration. Additional tickets for day registrants and accompanying persons can be purchased for $150 incl GST per ticket.

Venue: Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre

WELCOME RECEPTION Date:

Friday 12 November 2010

Time:

1730–1930

Venue: Exhibition Hall, Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre Dress: Conference attire/Smart casual Cost:

Included in full Conference registration. Additional tickets for day registrants and accompanying persons can be purchased for $65 incl GST per ticket.

The Gala Dinner is proudly sponsored by


SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM Thursday 11 November 2010 0800-1900

Registration Desk Open

1730-1830

Wine and Nibbles

1830-1900

SHPA Annual General Meeting

Friday 12 November 2010 0730-1930

Registration Desk Open

0815-0855

Opening Ceremony Welcome to Country Welcome & Introduction to Conference, Alice Kochman, Conference Convenor Conference Opening Welcome from SHPA Federal President, Neil Keen Induction of the New SHPA Fellows GSK Medal of Merit – Presentation & Oration

0855-0915 0915-1045

1045-1115 1115-1230

Plenary Session 1: Pharmaceutical Opioids: Diversion and Harm From Inappropriate Use Dr Michael McDonough, Medical Director, Addiction Medicines Services; Chief Advisor in Addiction Medicine, Department of Health and Human Services, Western Health, VIC Dr Malcolm Dobbin, Senior Medical Advisor on Alcohol and Drugs to the Mental Health, Drugs and Regions Division of the Victorian Department of Health, VIC Irvine Newton, Chairman, Harm Minimisation Committee, Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (VIC), VIC MORNING TEA Contributed Papers – Concurrent Sessions

1230-1330 1330-1500

LUNCH S1

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Bugs & Drugs

Staying Alive

Painful Situations

Technician Stream

Infectious Diseases in Newly Arrived Refugees Dr Thomas Shulz Victorian Infectious Diseases Service, Refugee Health Fellow, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC

Expanding Roles, the Future of HITH Dr Andrew Fuller Infectious Diseases Physician, The Alfred Hospital, VIC

Multi-Disciplinary Pain Clinic Arti Thakerar Education/Pain & Palliative Care Pharmacist, Pharmacy Department, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, VIC

Broadening the Profession

Increasing Resistance Dr Benjamin Howden Infectious Diseases Physician and Clinical Microbiologist, Infections Diseases Department, Austin Hospital, VIC Viral Update Associate Professor Joseph Torresi Infectious Diseases Physician, Infectious Diseases Department, Austin Hospital, VIC

1500-1530 1530-1540 1540-1600 1600-1730

Pharmacogenomics Demystified Professor Ross McKinnon Professor, Division of Health Services , School of Pharmacy & Medical Sciences, University of South Australia, SA Medication Management During Transition from Hospital to Residential Care Rohan Elliott Senior Pharmacist (Aged Care), Austin Health; Clinical Senior Lecturer, Monash University, VIC

Role of the Pharmacist in Palliative Care Sandy Scholes Clinical Pharmacist, Calvary Health Care Bethlehem, VIC Pain Management in the Emergency Department Dr Simone Taylor Senior Pharmacist, Emergency Medicine and Research, Pharmacy Department, Austin Hospital, VIC

This Session will Showcase Previous Recipients of SHPA Grants and Awards Speakers to be Confirmed ‘Fighting the Dragon with Luck’ Angelo Pricolo Community Pharmacist, Tambassis Pharmacy, VIC

Education 70’s and Now Paul Gysslink Course Coordinator of Certificates III & IV in Hospital/Health Services Pharmacy Support, Box Hill Institute of TAFE, VIC Technician Roles: Rural Ward Technician Rodney Adams Pharmacy Technician, Pharmacy Department, North West Regional Hospital, TAS Technician Roles: Emergency Department Technician Paula Caird Pharmacy Technician, Fremantle Hospital Pharmacy, WA Technician Roles: Clinical Trials Jane Evans Clinical Trials Administrator, Pharmacy Department-Clinical Trials, The Alfred Hospital, VIC

AFTERNOON TEA SHPA Grants and Awards Presentation – Anna McCLure (RDGAC Chair) Clinical Pharmacy Award – Presentation & Oration

Plenary Session 2: Staying Alive Through Implementing Change Dr Sue Phillips, Interim Executive Director, National Institute of Clinical Studies, National Health and Medical Research Council, VIC Dr Luke Bereznicki, Senior Research Fellow, UMORE; Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice, School of Pharmacy, University of Tasmania, TAS

1730-1930

WELCOME RECEPTION AND POSTER VIEWING

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Saturday 13 November 2010 0715-1800

Registration Desk Open

0715-0845

Breakfast with the BGs Join Mr & Mrs BG for breakfast to discuss their health issues in a case based interactive session. Apply your recent found knowledge on pain management, infectious diseases and chronic disease management to show how life really does go on! S6

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Bugs & Drugs

Staying Alive

Painful Situations

Technician Stream

Antimicrobial Stewardship Margaret Duguid Pharmaceutical Advisor, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, NSW Dr Kirsty Buising Infectious Diseases Physician; Clinical Research Physician, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC

Homelessness and its Burden of Disease Emeritus Professor Ian Webster Emeritus Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine, The University of New South Wales, NSW

Neuropathic Pain Dr Malcolm Hogg Acute Pain Service Co-Coordinator; Consultant Anaesthetist, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC

Broadening the Profession

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0900-1030

A Difficult Pill to Swallow – Understanding Dysphagia Dr Julie Cichero Deglutitionist and Speech Pathologist, QLD

Burns Pain Management Dr Joel Symons Specialist Anaesthetist, Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine, The Alfred Hospital, VIC

Knowledge Translation Workshop: Change Management and Implementing Change Michael Frank NICS-Melbourne Health Fellow 2009; Pharmacist, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne Health, VIC Bhavini Patel NICE-HCF Foundation Fellow 2007; Director of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Department, Royal Darwin Hospital, NT Kevin McNamara NICS-National Prescribing Service QUM Fellow 2008; Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice, Monash University, VIC; Research Fellow in Rural Pharmacy, Flinders University, SA Developing MultiDisciplinary Collaborative Team and Leading Them as a Pharmacist Bhavini Patel As above

1030-1100

MORNING TEA

1100-1230

Contributed Papers – Concurrent Sessions

1230-1400

LUNCH

1400-1515

Contributed Papers – Concurrent Sessions

1515-1545

AFTERNOON TEA

1545-1700

Plenary Session 3: State of the Nation We gratefully acknowledge the support of our Education Partner Roche. MC: Dr Sally Cockburn “Dr Feelgood”: Board Member of Vic Health and Monash Medical Foundation; Deputy Chair of Family Planning Victoria; Patron and Ambassador for many health support agencies including RDNS, Melbourne Osteoporosis Support Group and Lort Smith Animal Hospital, VIC; Queensland Health, Clinical Senior Lecturer, Schoolof Pharmacy, University of Queensland, QLD 1. Competency Standards Dr Ian Coombes, Team Leader Practitioner Development, Medicines Services Queensland, Queensland Health; Clinical Lecturer, School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland, QLD 2. Robots in Pharmacy Sue Kirsa, Director of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Department, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, VIC 3. HealthSMART Maryanne Molenaar, Project Pharmacist, HealthSMART Clinical Systems Project, VIC 4. SHPA Advocacy Yvonne Allinson, Chief Executive Officer, Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, VIC 5. Pharmacy Graduates: When is Enough, Enough? Kirstie Galbraith, Director, Postgraduate Studies and Professional Development Unit, Faculty of Pharmacyand Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University, VIC 6. National Pharmacy Registration Bhavini Patel, NICS-HCF Foundation Fellow 2007; Director of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Department, Royal Darwin Hospital, NT

Automation Natalie Bula Deputy Director Pharmacy (Operations), Pharmacy Services, The Canberra Hospital, ACT Emma Pearson Technician Coordinator, Slade Pharmacy Services, VIC Occupational Exposure Joan Semmler Pharmacy Technician, Sterile Production Centre, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD


Saturday 13 November 2010 CONTINUED 1700-1715

Official Close of Medicines Management 2010 and Launch of Medicines Management 2011, the 37th SHPA National Conference

1900-Late

GALA DINNER – Saturday Night Fever Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre

Saturday 13 November 2010 Breakfast Sessions 0715–0845

Critical Care COSP Breakfast A “meet and greet” for critical care pharmacists and other interested parties with discussion of “Continuity of care – an intensive care perspective” and “Research in the ICU – the how, what and why of getting started” Medicines Information COSP Breakfast Title: ‘Staying Alive – The Essential Role of Medicines Information in Patient Care’ This breakfast session will consider aspects of past and present Medicines Information (MI) practice in Australia, the contribution of MI to better patient outcomes and possible future directions. Rural Network Breakfast Sharing our successes and challenges Technician Network Breakfast

Sunday 14 November 2010 Leadership Program

Pharmacist Leadership in Action We gratefully acknowledge the support of our Education Partner Roche. Registration is open to SHPA members only. Registration is complimentary for SHPA members who hold positions on SHPA Branch committees, Committees of Specialty Practice, Reference Groups or other official SHPA working groups/committees. A nominal registration fee of $60.00 incl GST is required for all other members. Numbers are limited and will be allocated in order of receipt and payment of registration. Details of your SHPA position must be included in your registration. 0900- 0930 BREAKFAST AVAILABLE ON ARRIVAL 0930-1100 Session 1: Leadership at a Hospital Level

1100-1130 1130-1300

1300-1330

Tips and Tools for Moving the Pharmacy Agenda Forward at a Hospital Level Professor Michael Dooley, The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, VIC Tips and Tools for Communicating the Issues to the People Who ‘Need to Know’ at Hospital Level Toni Howell, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, VIC Group discussion MORNING TEA

Session 2: Leadership at Health Department Level Tips and Tools for Moving the Pharmacy Agenda Forward at a Government Level Putting a case for the pharmacy services and continuity of medication management services – what can be learned from Tasmania? Amber Roberts, Department of Health & Human Services, TAS After success, follow-up means delivery! What can be learned from South Australia Kaye Barratt, Department of Human Services, SA Group discussion LUNCH

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Sunday 14 November 2010 CONTINUED 1330-1430

Session 3: Leadership in a Business Case for Pharmacy Robotics Tips and Tools for a Successful Business Case Robotics for chemotherapy – the case, the reality, the learnings Sue Kirsa, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne, VIC Robotics in a hospital dispensary – the why, what and how Lynette Loy, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, QLD

1430-1500

Session 4: Wrap-Up Reflection on Key Points Craft ‘take home’ messages (for next SHPA bulletin)

1500

Close

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COMMITTEES OF SPECIALTY PRACTICE PRE-CONFERENCE SESSIONS Thursday 11 November 2010

PAEDIATRIC COSP 0900-1000 1000-1010

Registration Arrival Tea and Coffee Introduction Sean Turner

Renal 1010-1045 1045-1100 1100-1130 1130-1145 1145-1200 1200-1215 1215-1230 1230-1245 1245-1330

Management of Renal Impairment in Children To be Confirmed Case report – Renal Failure To Be Confirmed Renal Replacement Therapy – What are all These Machines and Bags and Tubes? RCHM Nurse, To Be Confirmed MORNING TEA Renal Failure Case in PICU Rachael Worthington, CHW, NSW Case Report – Nephrotic Syndrome Shelley Pember, QLD Case Report To Be Confirmed Case Report To Be Confirmed LUNCH

Infectious Diseases 1330-1400 1400-1430 1430-1445 1445-1500 1500-1515 1515-1530 1530-1545 1545-1600 1600-1615 1615-1630

Common Childhood Infections – Why are Infectious Diseases Different in Children? RCHM ID Physician, to be Confirmed Role of the Antimicrobial Steward in Paediatrics Lucy Holt, NSW Good Antibiotic Prescribing (GAP) Project Linda Graudins, VIC AFTERNOON TEA Case Report – Melioidosis Misaki Ayukai, QLD Complex Mycobacterium Abcessus Infection in a Young Girl with CF Sonya Stacey, QLD Role of Gamma Interferon in Treating Atypical Mycobacterium Infections Sean Turner, SA Group B Streptococcal Infection – Qld Health Guidelines and Case Report Katri Lyddiard, QLD Case Report To Be Confirmed Wrap-Up


Thursday 11 November 2010 CONTIINUED

MEDICATION SAFETY COSP We gratefully acknowledge the support we receive from our SHPA Education Partner Roche 0830-0930

Registration Arrival Tea and Coffee

Medication Safety at the Coal Face: Skills 0930-1100 1100-1130

Have you always been interested in medication safety but don’t know where to start? This session will focus on basic skills, terminology, gathering information, analysis and making sustainable changes. MORNING TEA

Medication Safety at the Coal Face: Cases from the Coalface 1130-1300

4 cases will be presented including discussion.

Panel Discussion: Medication Safety Pharmacists 1300-1345

What do they do? LUNCH

Medication Safety: New Technologies & New Horizons 1345-1530

This session will focus on new technologies such as electronic medication management, smart pumps and the importance of embedding safety in technology.

Medication Safety: State & National Agenda – An Update Panel Discussion. Topics may include: • State Based Charts • Safety Alerts • Medication Safety Groups • SHPA

ACADEMIC DETAILING COSP Advanced Practice Roles and Specialisation: Current and Future Opportunities for Expanding the Role of Academic Detailing in the Hospital Setting SHPA Academic Detailing COSP presents an update of academic detailing acknowledging the changes in practice and the practice environment arising from the PBS reforms in hospital and the broader health reforms including the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme. The importance of specialist roles in medicines and therapeutic decision making as part of collaborative teams will be the focus of the workshop. 1230-1300 1300-1315

Registration Arrival Tea and Coffee Welcome and Overview

The Policy 1315 -1345 Medicines Experts – Advocacy, Collaboration, Communication New National Registration Standards for Continuing Professional Development – AD meets CPD!

The Practice 1345–1430 1430–1500

Updates from Programmes Currently Being Provided Across Australia Hospital and Residential Aged Care AFTERNOON TEA

The Opportunity 1500–1600

1600–1700

Designing an AD Programme Gathering the Evidence – DUE, Critical Appraisal Developing ‘Key Messages’ Developing Materials Training Designing an AD Programme (continued) Competency Standards Evaluation and Close

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Thursday 11 November 2010 CONTIINUED

CLINICAL PHARMACY COSP Members of the COSP will provide information, and conduct workshop style activities. 1300–1400

Registration Arrival Tea and Coffee

How Could You Supply a Basic Clinical Pharmacy Service? 1400–1530

1530–1550

This session is intended to provide the ground work for pharmacists undertaking clinical pharmacy activities. How will you prioritise your services, perform a medication history and reconciliation, perform a medication chart review, provide discharge medication information, and measure your contribution? AFTERNOON TEA

What is the Most Appropriate Pharmacist to Bed Ratio for Your Department? 1550–1700

COSP members will provide information on newly recommended pharmacist: bed ratios. How were these derived? How applicable are they? Can these be applied to your hospital? The COSP will seek feedback for clinical pharmacists and pharmacy managers that will assist in fine tuning the ratios.

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MENTAL HEALTH COSP 1430–1530

Registration Arrival Tea and Coffee

1530–1730

A Meeting for the Discussion of: Practice Standards Resources Further Education and the Possibility of a Symposium in 2011

ONCOLOGY COSP 1200–1300

Registration Arrival Tea and Coffee 1300–1315 Moderator Julie Wilkes Complimentary Medicines 1315-1400 Integrative Oncology- Complimentary Medicines Lesley Braun, Monash University, VIC

Challenges facing Haematology Patients 1400-1445

1445-1500

1530-1600

Challenges facing Haematology Patients in ICU Bianca Levkovich, Alfred Health, VIC Jackson Truong, Alfred Health, VIC Infectious disease relating to Haematology /Case presentations John Coutsouvelis, Alfred Health, VIC Karen Chiang, VIC AFTERNOON TEA

Medical Oncology – An Update 1600-1630

1630-1700

Current practices in Medical Oncology-Part I Maggie Chau, Southern Health, VIC Melanie Poorun, St John of God Hospital, Subiaco, WA Current Practices in Medical Oncology – Part II Melanie Poorun, St John of God Hospital, Subiaco, WA Maggie Chau, Southern Health, VIC


REGISTRATION Delegates are encouraged to register for the Conference online at www.mm2010shpa.com The registration and information desk will be located in the foyer of the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre and will be open at the following times: Thursday 11 November 0800 – 1900 Friday 12 November 0730 – 1930 Saturday 13 November 0715 – 1800 Upon arrival, please ensure you collect your Conference Handbook and name badge at the registration desk. Conference Logistics staff will be happy to assist you in any way they can.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES Registration Type SHPA Member Full Registration Non-member Full Registration SHPA Member Technician / Student* / Pre registrant Full Registration Non-member Technician / Student* / Pre registrant Full Registration SHPA Member Day Registration Non-member Day Registration SHPA Member Technician / Student* / Pre registrant Day Registration Non-member Technician / Student* / Pre registrant Day Registration

Early bird Fee Before 3 September 2010 $730 $960 $510 $660 $430 $540 $280 $390

Standard Fee After 3 September 2010 $840 $1070 $510 $660 $430 $540 $280 $390

All prices quoted are in Australian dollars and inclusive of GST

*Students: To qualify for the student rate, evidence of full-time student status must be provided. Day: Day registrations do not include all social functions. Additional tickets can be purchased via the registration form.

REGISTRATION INCLUSIONS Registration Type

Conference Sessions

Industry Exhibition

Conference Handbook & Materials

Lunches, Morning & Afternoon Teas

Wine Nibbles & AGM

Welcome Reception

Conference Breakfast

Gala Dinner

Full Registration Day Registration (Fri) Day Registration (Sat)

ADDITIONAL MEETINGS / SEMINAR REGISTRATION FEES Registration Type COSP: Paediatric (Thursday) SHPA Member Non-member COSP: Medication Safety (Thursday) SHPA Member Non-member COSP: Academic Detailing (Thursday) SHPA Member Non-member COSP: Clinical Pharmacy (Thursday) SHPA Member Non-member

Early bird Fee Before 3 September 2010

Standard Fee After 3 September 2010

$130 $200

$160 $230

$130 $200

$160 $230

$80 $130

$110 $150

$80 $130

$110 $150

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Registration Type COSP: Oncology (Thursday) SHPA Member Non-member COSP: Mental Health (Thursday) SHPA Member Non-member Breakfasts: Critical Care COSP / Medicines Information/ Rural Network/ Technician Network (Saturday) Conference Delegate (included in all registration types except Friday Day Registrations) Non-Conference Delegate Leadership Program (Sunday) SHPA office bearers – details of position must be provided SHPA member

Early bird Fee Before 3 September 2010

Standard Fee After 3 September 2010

$80 $130

$110 $150

$80 $130

$110 $150

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All prices quoted are in Australian dollars and inclusive of GST

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Payment procedure Full payment of fees is required before registrations can be processed and confirmed. Payment can be made by the following manner: i. Credit Card Visa and MasterCard are accepted. Simply visit the Conference Website www.mm2010shpa.com click onto the ‘registration’ page, and then the registration link. Complete your details and submit. For your records please print off a copy of the summary page prior to clicking the ‘submit’ button. Please note that Conference Logistics will appear on your credit card statement. ii. Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Account Name: The Society of Hospital Pharmacists T/As Medicines Management BSB: 013423 Account Number: 1105 32008 Bank Name: ANZ Description: [Enter delegate surname and/or invoice number] Remittance: Please send or fax a remittance advice to the Conference Secretariat immediately to ensure your payment is allocated correctly

iii. Cheque/Money Order Please make cheque/money order payable to “Medicines Management” and mail with the completed registration form to: Medicines Management 2010 C/- Conference Logistics PO Box 6150 KINGSTON ACT 2604 AUSTRALIA On receipt of your payment, a confirmation letter will be posted / emailed to you. It is advisable to check all items listed. Any changes or alterations can be made in writing to the Conference Secretariat.


HOST CITY MELBOURNE, VICTORIA With regular medal-winning appearances in the Economist’s Most Liveable Cities list (taking the top award three times since 2002), Melbourne has a right to be boastful. But despite its temperate climate, safe streets, cosmopolitan lifestyle and beautiful setting, locals remain low-key about their city. There is no shortage of things to do in Melbourne’s city centre. You can wander through art galleries, tour historic sites along the ‘Golden Mile Heritage Trail’, experience the living Australian Forest and indigenous display at the Melbourne Museum or maybe take a

leisurely cruise along the Yarra River past Southgate, the Docklands and the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre. Recognised as the ‘food capital’ of Australia, Melbourne is also renowned for its fabulous shopping. Melbourne attractions include designer stores in the city; the exclusive boutiques of Chapel Street;and bargain-hunting in the buzzing atmosphere of the Queen Victoria Market. And when wandering in the city, peer down almost any laneway and catch a glimpse of the ‘secret Melbourne’ – a place of edgy art, hidden bars and cutting-edge design.

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ACCOMMODATION Attractive rates have been negotiated for the Medicines Management 2010, the 36th SHPA National Conference delegates at all of the following hotels/apartments. Hotel Hilton Melbourne South Wharf

Star Rating

Walking Distance to MCEC

Price Range

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Set in the heart of South Wharf, the stylish Hilton Melbourne South Wharf hotel is located conveniently close to the airport and the cosmopolitan city centre. Each of our contemporary Guest Rooms and Suites have been innovatively designed and are inspired by the iconic Yarra River. Accommodation offers panoramic views of the bay or the bustling city. Crown Promenade Hotel

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4 minutes

$245

Stylish, affordable, and thoroughly modern, Melbourne’s Crown Promenade Hotel offers you a fresh perspective on how good a hotel can be. Located in the heart of the action - Melbourne’s vibrant Southbank entertainment precinct and directly linked to the exciting Crown Entertainment Complex by Airbridge. The hotel features spacious rooms with fantastic views overlooking Port Phillip Bay or the Melbourne CBD and Yarra River. Quest Apartments Southbank

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$188-$257

Quest Southbank Melbourne is conveniently located within easy walking distance of Melbourne CBD, Southbank Promenade and its famous Restaurants, The Arts Centre & Crown Casino. 0ur spacious and modern serviced Apartments provide a convenient location for you to enjoy after your busy day. Experience the benefits of your own fully equipped serviced Apartment with Quest.

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Located in the heart of Melbourne, the contemporary Novotel Melbourne on Collins is perfectly positioned on stylish Collins Street, right in the centre of the city. Spacious and light-filled, enjoy an uninterrupted outlook from your room over prestigious Collins Street or Australia on Collins shopping arcade Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne

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8 minutes

$199

Blending the zest of the Vibe Hotel brand with the beautiful façade of a heritage building, Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne is located only a couple of blocks from the hub of Melbourne s Collins Street. At the end of your busy day relax in the comfort of your well appointed hotel room, take a stroll and experience the unique Melbourne lifestyle or soak up the atmosphere in The Alexander Bar located on the ground floor. Rendezvous Hotel

4

15 minutes

$189

This heritage listed hotel has been meticulously restored to retain the feel and style of the classical 1900’s era, whilst at the same time providing guests with leading 21st century technology and facilities. Located in the very heart of the city the Hotel is directly opposite the historic Flinders Street Railway Station and is walking distance to world class shopping, premier entertainment and spectacular dining. Quality Hotel Batman’s Hill

3.5

15 minutes

$140-$176

First class style without the first class price tag. Quality Hotel Batman’s Hill on Collins is located in the heart of Melbourne. Our excellent location, opposite Southern Cross Station, is within a short walk to the Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex, Rialto Towers, Melbourne Aquarium, Southgate, Docklands restaurants and Etihad Stadium. Travelodge Southbank

3.5

10 minutes

$140

Travelodge Southbank is ideally positioned for you to experience all that the vibrant Garden City of Melbourne has to offer. You are within easy walking distance to great restaurants and cafés (chargeback facilities available with some restaurants in Southbank), impressive shopping, renowned art galleries and the Crown Casino. Hotel Enterprize

3.5

3 minutes

$120

This Melbourne City hotel is located only a short walk from the Southern Cross Station, Interstate Bus and Train Terminals and a short drive from Melbourne Airport. Walking distance to many of Melbourne’s finest stores, restaurants and offices including Collins Street, Southbank and many of Melbourne’s landmarks such as Federation Square, Etihad Stadium, and the Southbank Arts Precinct.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION HOW TO BOOK YOUR ACCOMMODATION

CANCELLATION

Please indicate on the booking form your accommodation requirements; listing hotels in preferential order 1, 2, 3 etc. As there is limited space available at each hotel, it is important that you book early. Accommodation will be allocated strictly in order of receipt of registration and payment.

For accommodation cancellations made within 30 days of your arrival, the hotel/apartment may impose a 100% cancellation fee for the duration of your entire stay.

EARLY ARRIVAL OR LATE DEPARTURE

Please note that the check in time for the Conference hotels is from 2.00pm. Please indicate or notify the Conference Secretariat in writing if you will be arriving early, as it may require you to book the night before to guarantee immediate access to your hotel room. Please also indicate or notify the Conference Secretariat in writing if you will arrive at your hotel after 6.00pm, as failure to do so may mean your room will be released. CHANGE OF BOOKING

Any change to a reservation must be notified to the Conference Secretariat in writing and not directly to the hotel.

PAYMENT OF ACCOMMODATION

No booking will be confirmed without a credit card guarantee or a pre-payment. You need to pay the balance of your accommodation account and any incidental expenses incurred during your stay (for example, mini bar, telephone or dry cleaning) when checking out of the hotel. CREDIT CARD GURANTEE

Your credit card details will be forwarded to the hotel to secure your reservation. No amount is deducted from the credit card until you check out of the hotel. ACCOMMODATION PRE-PAYMENT

You may pre-pay the total room cost. Please indicate how much you wish to pre-pay on the registration form. A minimum deposit of one room night must be covered by pre-payment or credit card guarantee details.

GENERAL INFORMATION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT/COMMUNICATION

All communication with registered delegates will be by email. All registrations will be sent a confirmation letter and tax invoice within 5 working days of submitting a registration form. If you do not receive the email, please check your SPAM folder prior to contacting the Conference Secretariat as it might have been viewed as SPAM mail by your spam filter. If your email address has changed since completing the Registration Form, be sure to advise your new email address to the Conference Secretariat. If you do not supply an email address your confirmation letter and tax invoice will be faxed or posted. When you register online you will be provided with an access key. This will enable you to edit your details online until Friday 8 October 2010. CAR PARKING

For information on car parking at and around the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre please visit www.mcec.com.au/Attend/Visitor-Info/Parking.html CHILD MINDING

Please note that no official arrangements have been made for child care during the Conference.

Please check with your hotel as they should be able to assist you with child minding services. CONFERENCE VENUE

Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre 1 Convention Centre Place South Wharf VIC 3006 www.mcec.com.au CREDIT CARDS

Credit cards are widely accepted at hotels, shops, restaurants and airlines. The following cards will be accepted for the Conference: Visa and MasterCard. DISCLAIMER

Medicines Management 2010, the 36th SHPA National Conference including the Conference Secretariat will not accept liability for the damages of any nature sustained by participants or their accompanying persons for loss or damage to their personal property as a result of Medicines Management 2010, the 36th SHPA National Conference and exhibition or related events. All details contained in this Registration Brochure and Form are correct at the time of printing.

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DRESS

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

The Conference dress is smart casual for sessions, Wine and Nibbles on Thursday evening and the Welcome Reception on Friday evening. The Gala Dinner on Saturday evening is optional 1970s theme dress up.

Registration cancellations received in writing at the Conference Secretariat by 30 September 2010 will be accepted. Registration fees will be refunded less an A$100 administrative fee. Cancellations received after this date cannot be accepted and will not be refunded. However it is acceptable to transfer your registration to another person. The full name and details of the person that will replace you must be advised in writing to the Conference Secretariat prior to the Conference. No refunds will be made for nonattendance to the Conference.

INSURANCE

Registration fees do not include personal travel insurance of any kind. It is strongly recommended that, when registering for the Conference and booking travel, a travel insurance policy be taken out to cover loss, cancellation, medical cover etc for any reason. The Conference Committee and Conference Secretariat do not take responsibility for any delegate failing to insure.

Any changes or cancellation to both registration and accommodation must be notified in writing to the Conference Secretariat conference@conlog.com.au or fax to 02 6281 6624

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NAME BADGES

Your official meeting name badge must be worn at all times, as it is your entry to all sessions, the exhibition hall and functions. Security staff will be asked to refuse entry to anyone not wearing their name badge. PRIVACY

Information necessary for your attendance at the Conference will be gathered, stored and disseminated in accordance with the National Privacy Legislation. A participant list with name, organisation and state will be supplied to all delegates and exhibitors at the Conference. You can indicate on the registration form if you do not wish to have these details included on the participant list. Another list will be provided to sponsors (and exhibitors) which will include your email address. Please indicate on the registration form if you do not wish your email address to be provided to sponsors (and exhibitors) at the Conference. REGISTRATION DESK

The registration and information desk will be located in the foyer of the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre and will be open for the duration of the Conference and will serve as your main point of contact for all Conference related queries.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Every effort has been made to ensure people with special requirements are catered for. Should you require any specific assistance, catering or arrangements to be made on your behalf, please include details on your registration form under the section ‘Special Requirements’ to enable us to make your stay in Melbourne a pleasant and comfortable experience. TAX

All Conference Registration and Additional Ticket rates quoted within this brochure are in Australian Dollars and are inclusive of GST. VENUE ACCESS

For information on how to get to the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre please visit www.mcec.com.au WEATHER

Melbourne has a reputation for its changeable weather. A tip for any visitor is to be prepared for anything - take an umbrella and wear layers that can be worn or removed as needed! November is spring and the temperature range is 11°C to 21°C. You can check the latest weather conditions, forecasts and weather warnings at the Bureau of Meteorology: www.bom.gov.au


REGISTRATION FORM CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM TAX INVOICE ABN: 54 004 553 806 Please carefully read through all the information before filling in the registration form. Please type or print in block letters and keep a photocopy for your records. Each registrant must complete a separate form. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars and include GST. Tax invoices will be issued to all registrants following receipt of the registration form.

HOW TO REGISTER Register online at www.mm2010shpa.com OR Complete the registration form and forward to: Conference Logistics PO Box 6150 Kingston ACT 2604 Phone: 02 6281 6624 Fax: 02 6285 1336

SECTION A: DELEGATE F Mr

F Mrs

F Ms

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F Miss

F Dr

First Name:

F Professor

F Other (Please specify):

Last Name:

Preferred Name for Badge: Organisation: Position: Address: Suburb/Town:

State:

Postcode:

Country: Telephone: (

)

Facsimile: (

)

Mobile:

Email: Special Requirements (eg dietary, disability)

Please indicate your relevant category: F SHPA Member

F Non-member

F Technician

F Full-time Student

F Pre-registrant

Please indicate if you are a SHPA Fellow: F YES

F NO

SHPA Membership number: Student number:

PRIVACY A list of delegates will be supplied to all registered attendees and sponsors at the Conference. The list will contain delegates’ name, organisation, state and email address. Please indicate below if you do not agree to have your details included. F

Please DO NOT include my details in the delegate list


SECTION B: REGISTRATION FEES FULL REGISTRATION Early bird Fee Before 3 September 2010 SHPA Member SHPA Non-member SHPA Member Technician / Student* / Pre registrant Non-member Technician / Student* / Pre registrant

F F F F

$730 $960 $510 $660

Standard Fee

After 3 September 2010 F

$840

F $1070 F F

$510 $660

DAY REGISTRATION Please indicate day of attendance

F Friday

F Saturday

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Early bird Fee Before 3 September 2010

Standard Fee After 3 September 2010

SHPA Member

F

$430

F

$430

Non-member

F

$540

F

$540

SHPA Member Technician / Student* / Pre registrant

F

$280

F

$280

Non-member Technician / Student* / Pre registrant Total Payment: Section B:

F

$390

F

$390

$

*Students: To qualify for the student rate, evidence of full-time student status must be provided.

SECTION C: CONCURRENT SESSION INDICATOR To assist with room allocations, please indicate your first preference Friday 12 November 1330-1500 Saturday 13 November 0900-1030

F F

S1 S6

F F

S2 S7

F F

S3 S8

F F

S4 S9

F F

S5 S10

SECTION D: ADDITIONAL MEETINGS/SEMINARS Early bird Fee Before 3 September 2010 THURSDAY 11 NOVEMBER Paediatric COSP SHPA Member Non-member Medication Safety COSP SHPA Member Non-member Academic Detailing COSP SHPA Member Non-member Clinical Pharmacy COSP SHPA Member Non-member Oncology COSP SHPA Member Non-member Mental Health COSP SHPA Member Non-member SUNDAY 14 NOVEMBER SHPA Leadership Program SHPA member who holds a position on SHPA Branch Committees, Committees of Specialty Practice, Reference Groups or other official SHPA Working groups/committees Please state your position Other Members Total Payment: Section D

Standard Fee After 3 September 2010

F F

$130 $200

F F

$160 $230

F F

$130 $200

F F

$160 $230

F F

$80 $130

F F

$110 $150

F F

$80 $130

F F

$110 $150

F F

$80 $130

F F

$110 $150

F F

$80 $130

F F

$110 $150

F F

$0 $60

$


SECTION E: BREAKFAST SESSIONS The following breakfast sessions are included in all registration types except Friday Day Registrations. For catering, purposes please indicate if you will be attending: Function

I Will be Attending

Breakfast with the BGs Conference Delegate Non-conference Delegate Critical Care COSP Conference Delegate Non-conference Delegate Medicines Information COSP Conference Delegate Non-conference Delegate Rural Network Breakfast Conference Delegate Non-conference Delegate Technician Network Breakfast Conference Delegate Non-conference Delegate Total Payment: Section E

Yes $60

No

Yes $60

No

Yes $60

No

Yes $60

No

Yes $60

No

$

SECTION F: SOCIAL FUNCTIONS The following social functions are included as part of a full Conference registration. For catering purposes, please indicate if you will be attending: Function

Details

Wine and Nibbles Thursday 11 November SHPA AGM Thursday 11 November Welcome Reception Friday 12 November Gala Dinner Saturday 13 November

Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre 1730-1830 Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre 1830-1900 Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre 1730-1930 Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre 1900 until late

I Will be Attending Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

SECTION G: ADDITIONAL SOCIAL FUNCTION TICKETS Additional tickets for people wishing to attend any of the social events can be purchased by completing this section Function

Details

Wine and Nibbles Thursday 11 November Welcome Reception Friday 12 November Gala Dinner Saturday 13 November Total Payment: Section F

Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre 1730-1830 Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre 1730-1930 Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre 1900 until late

Number of Tickets/Cost ______ x $45 ______ x $65 _____ x $150 $

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SECTION H: ACCOMMODATION One night’s deposit must be made or credit card details given at time of booking to guarantee your reservation. Please see the conference website for full booking conditions and payment requirements. Please indicate your preferred payment option: F

Credit card guarantee

Arrival Date:

F

One night’s deposit

_____/_____/____

ETA __________

Departure Date: _____/_____/____

ETD __________

Type of Room:

F

Single

F

Double

F

F

Full prepayment

Twin

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For twin share, I will be sharing with _________________________________________________________________ Hotel

Room Type

Hilton Melbourne South Wharf

Guest Room

Rate (per room per night)

Crown Promenade Hotel

Standard Room

$245

Quest Apartments Southbank Novotel

One Bedroom Apartment Two Bedroom Apartment Standard Queen

$188 $257 $199

Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne

Standard Room

$199

Quality Hotel Batman’s Hill Rendezvous Hotel

Standard Room Club Room Deluxe Queen

$140 $176 $189

Travelodge Southbank

Standard Room

$140

Hotel Enterprize

Classic Courtyard Room

$120

Preference

$255

Total Payment: Section G

$

PAYMENT SUMMARY Section B Section D Section E Section G Section H TOTAL AMOUNT DUE:

Conference Registration Additional Meetings/Seminars Breakfast Sessions Additional Social Function Tickets Accommodation

$ $ $ $ $ $

METHOD OF PAYMENT A. Cheque/Money Order Must be made out to Medicines Management B. Electronic Funds Transfer Please quote delegate’s surname or invoice number as EFT reference and forward a copy of your remittance advice to 02 6285 1336 or email conference@conlog.com.au C. Credit Card Please note that Conference Logistics will appear on your statement F MasterCard F Visa Total Amount: $______________ Cardholder’s Name:__________________________________ Card Number: Signature: Expiry Date: __ __ / __ __ / __ __ In signing I acknowledge the registration information is true and correct and I have read, understand and agree to the terms and conditions as outlined in the registration brochure and on the conference website. Signature: ______________________________________________________________________________________ Name: ______________________________________________________________________ Date: ___ /____ /____


Further Information For further enquiries regarding Medicines Management 2010, the 36th SHPA National Conference, please contact the Conference Secretariat

Conference Logistics PO Box 6150 KINGSTON ACT 2604 T +61 2 6281 6624 F +61 2 6285 1336 E conference@conlog.com.au W www.mm2010shpa.com

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