May 28-30, 2020 • Austin, Texas
This event will offer programming for Pharmacists, Nurses, Physicians /PA, and Social Workers. The Hospital Practice Seminar (HPS) is a continuing education event that will focus on providing patient-centered care within a hospital setting, by applying team-based treatment approaches. The seminar will provide interprofessional learning opportunities for a variety of healthcare professionals who practice in hospitals, to encourage effective collaboration and to improve health outcomes in hospital practice. In addition to interprofessional learning, the seminar will also include breakout sessions for the individual healthcare professions to dive deeper into topics/issues that affect their specific professional practice. By including both team-based and profession-specific learning opportunities, the HPS offers a practical educational opportunity that is highly relevant to contemporary hospital practice.
Topics Important for Clinical Practice
The mission of Hospital Practice Seminar (HPS) is to provide important updates relevant to today’s clinical or hospital-based healthcare professsionals. The HPS promotes a culture of team-based, interprofessional collaboration as a solution to providing innovative care.
- Injection-related infectious disease concerns: skin/soft tissue, bone, and vascular infections.
- Antimicrobial Stewardship
Opioid Use and Injection-Related Complications
- Interprofessional sessions will cover the treatment of opioid use disorder, prevention of overdose deaths, and management of injection-related complications.
- Profession-specific sessions are currently being planned. Check back in March for specific topics.
- Sterile Compounding (2 hours)
- Preceptor Education (TBD)
- Pain Management (1 hour)
- Controlled Substance Monitoring (1 hour)
- Texas Pharmacy Law Update (1 hour)
Who Should Attend
Pharmacists, physicians, nurses, social workers and physician assistants who practice in hospital / inpatient environments or clinicians who focus on the treatment of opioid use disorder.
This program is a partnership between the following University of Texas at Austin continuing education offices: