Contemporary Issues in the Management of Infections
October 13, 2018
The reality is that critically ill patients often present with infectious diseases that can seriously complicate treatment. An aging population, complex life-sustaining technology, the wide-spread use of immunomodulatory therapies and a limited pipeline of antimicrobials are all factors contributing to these issues.
Here’s an opportunity to get the latest, practical information on how to treat serious infections to optimize patient outcomes. Don’t miss out on this year’s Infectious Diseases/Critical Care Pharmacotherapy Conference on Contemporary Issues in the Management of Infections.
Now in its 14th year, this annual one-day conference brings you cutting-edge data from the latest literature that you can immediately apply in practice. Presented by leading experts from across the country, the program is designed to equip you with key knowledge around contemporary management strategies and the main challenges of infection, looking at controversial issues and best practices. You’ll also learn about the critical role of antimicrobial stewardship in optimizing the use of antimicrobials. Find out what 2017’s conference topics were by clicking here.
Here's What Participants Are Saying:
- 94% would recommend this conference to their colleagues
- 92% say it was applicable to their practice
Who Should Attend?
Hospital pharmacists who deal with ICU patients and others interested in learning more about managing complex health issues.
$229 + HST - Earlybird rate (until September 1, 2018)
$279 + HST - Regular rate
$100 + HST - Student rate
Where Do I Go?
Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
144 College Street
Toronto, ON M5S 3M2
(At the corner of College St & University Ave - Queen's Park Subway Station)
Am I Eligible for Tuition Assistance?
You may qualify for funding from the Allied Health Professional Development fund. For more information, please visit their website at: https://www.ahpdf.ca/
*Video lectures post-conference are available for $200 per individual or $500 per institution. To order visit here.