Preventing a problem: Opioid prescribing in hospitals

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When?

Thursday, 11 February 2021

What Time?

06:00 PM AEDT - 07:30 PM AEDT

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About the Webinar

The use of opioids after surgery can set many patients on a journey towards opioid harm. Get practical advice on how to change prescribing practices in your hospital, and work with primary care providers to prevent the problems of ongoing opioid use.

Who Should Attend:

  • Pain specialists
  • Registrars
  • Junior medical officers
  • Medical students
  • Quality managers
  • Public and private health services

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Speakers: 

Dr Jennifer Stevens

Dr Jennifer Stevens is an anaesthetist and pain specialist at the St Vincent's Hospital Campus in Sydney.


Dr Tejas (TJ) Kanhere

Dr Tejas (TJ) Kanhere is a Pain Registrar within the Faculty of Pain Medicine at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney.


Dr Chris Hayes

Dr Chris Hayes is a specialist pain medicine physician at John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, NSW, and Director of Hunter Integrated Pain Service.