CMUS Seminar Program

This fortnightly seminar program attracts a range of national and international speakers. The seminars will explore clinical problems with outstanding scientists and also showcase the Centre for Medicine Use and Safety's research. The seminars are held from 12 - 1 pm at Monash University's Parkville campus, 381 Royal Parade, Parkville, Victoria (unless otherwise stipulated).

If you wish to be added to the seminar mailing list email asuntha.munasinghe@monash.edu.

DatePresenterTopicHostRoom
15 FebruaryDr Ivanka Hendrix
Queen Elizabeth Hospital,
Adelaide
Interventions to deprescribe inappropriate proton pump
inhibitors in older adults
Carl Kirkpatrick
Lecture Theatre 2
15 MarchDr Jennifer Pilgrim
Monash University/
Victorian Institute of Forensic
Medicine
Drugs, death, and the Coroner: Research at the Department of Forensic MedicineCarl Kirkpatrick
Lecture Theatre 2
29 MarchDr Delesha Carpenter
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

Technology-Based Interventions to Improve Pediatric Asthma Outcomes

Carl Kirkpatrick
Lecture Theatre 2
16 August

Associate Professor Chris Alderman
University of South Australia

Using prescribing data from the aged care sector to identify ways to improve prescribing for the elderlyCarl Kirkpatrick
Lecture Theatre 2
30 August
Dr Maria Inacio
South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute
Registries: development, enhancement, output, and pitfallsCarl Kirkpatrick
Lecture Theatre 2
27 SeptemberMrs Beverley SnellStrengthening pharmaceutical systems in less developed countries - how Australian pharmacists have helpedCarl Kirkpatrick
Lecture Theatre 2
10 November
Prof Ian Wong
University College London
Effectiveness and Safety of dabigatran in Patients with Nonvalvular Atrial Fribrillation in Hong KongCarl Kirkpatrick
Lecture Theatre 2