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Lisa Kalisch Ellett
Pharmacist and researcher
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QUMPRC Feb 19
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Juanita Westbury Jan 31
Timely article. Like antipsychotics, benzodiazepines and anticonvulsants - antidepressants offer only limited benefit for most people with dementia. Non drug strategies should be tried first.
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Nine News Melbourne Jan 30
Medication mistakes are making Australians sick, with hundreds of thousands of people ending up in hospital every year.
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ACSQHC Jan 30
Evidence is mounting against the use of to treat in different settings. Read these papers if you work with patients in: palliative care: non-ICU: ICU:
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Shit Academics Say Jan 30
“Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.” - Albert Einstein
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Debbie Rigby Jan 30
Highlights need for improved access to and aged care pharmacists embedded in RACFs
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Tim Kelsey Jan 30
Problems with medicines behind 250,000 hospital admissions annually - Pharmaceutical Society of Australia
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Rohan Elliott Jan 30
Household medications send thousands of Australians to hospital.
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Shane Jackson Jan 30
report highlights issues associated with use in Australia. In the last 10 years we haven’t improved, aged care, discharge from hospital, Polypharmacy still need attention
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Debbie Rigby Jan 26
substantial proportion of older hospitalised patients with delirium diagnosis taking medicines known/suspected to precipitate delirium prior to admission - role for pharmacist-GP
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Tim Wilkinson Jan 21
A great systematic review in by on what outcomes matter to patients with Alzheimer's disease, their caregivers and health professionals. Important we keep these priorities in mind when thinking about treatment effectiveness.
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Chief Scientist for South Australia Jan 17
Meet 2012 finalist in Early Career STEM professional, Health & Life Sciences Dr Nicole Pratt from Dr Pratt investigated data in computerised healthcare databases to improve the effects of medicine for vulnerable populations.
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Juanita Westbury Jan 15
Time for a refresher.....Needless treatments: antipsychotic drugs are rarely effective in 'calming' dementia patients via
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European Delirium Jan 9
"They are associated with an increased risk of death and cardiovascular events in the elderly, and without any evidence for their efficacy, they should be avoided.” Some clinicians call to stop antipsychotics treatment for delirium
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Jane Munro Dec 15
Best piece ever on gender equity in medicine by & I've come back to this multiple times today. I've read it to my retired Dr mum who oooohed and aaahed & high 5ed me at the end. This is essential reading for any female - or male - doctor.
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QUMPRC Dec 11
Congratulations A/Prof Nicole Pratt on your $1.17 million project grant! Large scale evidence generation for the utilization and safety of medicines
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ACSQHC Dec 10
Dr Liz Marles, GP and Primary Care Expert Advisory Group Chair, says antipsychotics can mask other causes of delirium which may be poorly treated @RACGP
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Lisa Kalisch Ellett Dec 10
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! 🎵🎅🤶🎄
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QUMPRC Dec 5
Please RT! Do you use the PBS data? Or want to learn how to use the PBS data? The PBS data workshop is back Date: 19-21 February 2019 Venue: Register here 👇🏻
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Lisa Kalisch Ellett Dec 4
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