Therapeutic drug monitoring fundamentals and emerging trends – focus on antimicrobials
This meeting will bring together all healthcare professionals involved in therapeutic drug monitoring, especially those involved in the use of antimicrobial agents. The meeting is aimed at medical scientists, chemical pathologists, pharmacists, clinical pharmacologists and infectious diseases physicians. The principles of therapeutic drug monitoring will be introduced and discussed, illustrated with antimicrobial drugs. Current practices and issues of analysis, interpretation and delivery will be covered. Emerging trends in target concentration interventions will be presented using antimicrobial examples. Speakers include prominent national speakers and our international speaker is Dr Michael Neely from the Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California and the Laboratory of Applied Pharmacokinetics, Los Angeles. Dr Neely is an infectious diseases physician and will be presenting from his substantial clinical application of computer based pharmacokinetic modelling in clinical practice.
Date: Thursday, 6 December 2012
Time: 8.25am – 4.45pm
Venue: University of Sydney, School of Pharmacy, Lecture Room N342
Participant fee: $200, students: $50. Fees include attendance at all sessions, morning and afternoon teas, and a light lunch
Registration: via the conference registration page if you are attending the Joint ASCEPT-APSA 2012 Scientific Conference. If you are only attending this meeting, complete the ASCEPT-APSA_registration_form
under the auspices of IATDMCT, AACB and SHPA.