C3.1 R2: Prepare a clinical case presentation or seminar highlighting a clinical controversy (3/4)

I prepared and presented a clinical case presentation for a patient who experienced a dramatic elevation in serum clozapine level secondary to an acute infection. This presentation was provided to the pharmacy staff at St. Paul's Hospital. Please see the presentation slides attached below. Risk of clozapine toxicity in patients with infections - handout

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C3.1 R2: Prepare and facilitate a journal club to pharmacists (6/6)

As a part of my ongoing longitudinal critical appraisal component of the APRY2 program I prepared and delivered a journal club and educational session on the critical appraisal of case-control studies. The study that I selected to review was the infamous Juurlink et al. case-control study from 2009 that found an association between the use … Continue reading C3.1 R2: Prepare and facilitate a journal club to pharmacists (6/6)

C3.1 R2: Prepare and facilitate a journal club to pharmacists. (5/6)

I prepared and delivered a journal club and educational session to the pharmacy department at Royal Columbian Hospital. The session was focused on how to approach and critically appraise a pharmacoeconomic study. The study in question was:¬†Langham S, et al. Cost-effectiveness of take-home naloxone for the prevention of overdose fatalities among heroin users in the … Continue reading C3.1 R2: Prepare and facilitate a journal club to pharmacists. (5/6)

C3.1 R2: Prepare a clinical case presentation or seminar highlighting a clinical controversy (2/4)

I prepared and presented a clinical case presentation on the use of combination beta-lactam therapy to treat persistent MRSA bacteremia. This presentation was provided to the pharmacy staff at Royal Columbian Hospital. Please see the presentation slides attached below. Dapto + Clox for Persistent MRSA Bacteremia v1.2-compressed

C3.4 R2: Prepare and deliver an educational lecture to a small group (~ <30 learners) (4/4)

I prepared a teaching session on observational trials for the internal medicine team at Royal Columbian Hospital. There were about 15 participants in the session comprised of a mix of medical residents and students. This session was designed to be informal and highly interactive. I selected an article (a cohort study linking PPI use with … Continue reading C3.4 R2: Prepare and deliver an educational lecture to a small group (~ <30 learners) (4/4)

C3.1 R2: Prepare and facilitate a journal club to pharmacists (4/6)

I prepared and delivered a journal club to the critical care pharmacy team at Surrey Memorial Hospital. The article reviewed compared low-dose dexmedetomidine vs. placebo for the improvement of sleep and prevention of delirium in critically ill patients:¬†Skrobik Y, et al. Low-dose nocturnal dexmedetomidine prevents ICU delirium: A randomized, placebo-controlled trial. Am J Respir Crit … Continue reading C3.1 R2: Prepare and facilitate a journal club to pharmacists (4/6)

C3.4 R2: Prepare and deliver an educational lecture to a large group (~ >30 learners) (2/2)

On Friday I had the opportunity to deliver an Academic Day Seminar to the LMPS year-one pharmacy practice residents focused on sepsis and septic shock. This was the first full 3-hour teaching session I had ever delivered to higher-level learners. Overall I was pleased with the way the session went. I designed it to be … Continue reading C3.4 R2: Prepare and deliver an educational lecture to a large group (~ >30 learners) (2/2)