When Medicines are the Cause of Trauma

45m of CPD
Treasure McGuire
06 December 2017

Ageing is inevitable. But just how do these physiological changes affect the growing list of medications that we take as we get older? Join Dr Treasure McGuire as she expands and updates her related talk on ageing and medications. (See "What are the Effects of Ageing on Medicines?")

Educator(s)

Treasure McGuire

Educator

Dr Treasure McGuire is a medicines information pharmacist, pharmacologist, educator, and researcher. As assistant director of pharmacy, Mater Health Services, she manages their academic practice unit. She is also a senior conjoint lecturer in the School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland and associate professor of pharmacology, Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine, Bond University, where she lectures on complementary medicines, reproductive health, medication safety, and communicable diseases. In recognition of her services to medicines information, she received the Lilly International Fellowship in Hospital Pharmacy and the Bowl of Hygeia of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia.

Comments

carin newman06 Jul 2018
Excellent

carin newman06 Jul 2018
Interesting topic that makes a lot of sense.

Ruth Curtis30 May 2018
Interesting resource

Arleta Roszkowski27 May 2018
Very good

Devika Nandanimala26 May 2018
Good session

Marie Jackson25 May 2018
Another topic delivering important education

Princess Abigail Vero19 May 2018
good and engaging

Elisabeth van Workum16 May 2018
very interesting lecture about medication causing trauma in the elderly

Elisabeth van Workum16 May 2018
Very interesting and informative lecture

Jianqiong WANG15 May 2018
Informative

Neil Mcintyre13 May 2018
Excellent, succinct review

Sarah Ashby11 May 2018
Great

Jennifer Francis07 May 2018
Very engaging, I really like her, the way she presents education hold my attention there's always some fun thrown in too.

Susan Mitchell02 May 2018
Very informative and of interest.

Sarah Peacock01 May 2018
Very helpful thanks

Kelly Allen29 Apr 2018
this lecturer is great. engaging and articulate. I got a lot out of this lecture that I will remember for a long time.

Janet Shanahan19 Apr 2018
I found the educator delivered her lecture with confidence and in a way that I could understand especially being a complex area such as how medications work on the body.

Hayley Mackay16 Apr 2018
GREAT

cheuk yi fung14 Apr 2018
great

Jane Wilson14 Apr 2018
the educator enabled me to remain focused as she was a good educator and I would recommend to others especially new nurses as being very encouraging

Jane Wilson13 Apr 2018
veryinformative

Heather Tarasenko12 Apr 2018
A huge area of nursing the elderly, which needsw to be further explored and studied.

Dimitty Smart12 Apr 2018
Well presented and informative

Carole kathleen Brown10 Apr 2018
A very informative lecture

Arlene Villegas07 Apr 2018
very knowledgeable

Soumyamol Binesh04 Apr 2018
Good

Christine E Fletcher03 Apr 2018
A recording that was disrupted repeatedly. Information was relevant.

Bethany Ong02 Apr 2018
An interesting topic. Useful for clinicians that come into contact with aging populations such as ED and general practice.

Christine Mason27 Mar 2018
I would recommend this education to other health professionals

Wadzana Nollie HWATA26 Mar 2018
Very informative lecture

Dawn Ashley Paine22 Mar 2018
Excellent short education on medication and making medicines count

Melissa kendon20 Mar 2018
A very informative video

Vicki Talbot19 Mar 2018
Very interesting

Kerry Lowing16 Mar 2018
Very good knowledge shared by presenter in a way that was great to review.

Kerry Lowing16 Mar 2018
Very informative session, very knowledgeable presenter

Lei Zhang14 Mar 2018
very good topic and very good presentation. I learnt a lot.

Colleen Dunn14 Mar 2018
Very informative session

Catherine Foley09 Mar 2018
It is important to have patients medication reviewed regularly, especially th elderly. Do they need it? If stopping regular medication do it gradually otherwise it can cause more harm Positive changes can be made ie: Regular exercise to improve gait, balance, constipation sleeplessness. Regular vision assessments . Home/facility evaluation to improve safety.

Anita Carroll05 Mar 2018
Very informative and good overview of topic

Joan khayad05 Mar 2018
Engaging and knowledgeable in her area of expertise...

Dianne Williams03 Mar 2018
This was excellently presented

Nicholas Stewart Cleave03 Mar 2018
I gained a lot of new knowledge about common medication use in the ageing population.

Louise Huang02 Mar 2018
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Travis McAndrew28 Feb 2018
very informative!!

Hemaltha piyaratna28 Feb 2018
This VLA is a eye opener. Not just for nurses it should be viewed by anyone. Because multiple medications bring unwanted health issues.

Andrew Markula27 Feb 2018
Very good resource especially for those in aged care.

Maria De Groot26 Feb 2018
I found this lecture easy to listen to and contented made sense

Julie Arnold26 Feb 2018
This lecture was very informative.

Patricia wilson26 Feb 2018
It would have been so much better to complete the case study instead of editing the process that you're trying to describe. The lecture seemed to start off as one thing, then by the end I was struggling to remember the point and title of the lecture. Too much editing to make this a complete educating package.

Riza Magnaye26 Feb 2018
Informative

Shan Gao26 Feb 2018
This lecture covers a wide variety of information that helps nurse to have a better understanding of medication safety.

mary susan delos reyes26 Feb 2018
very informative

Judith Baxter24 Feb 2018
I found this lecture so enlightening. Even though more relevant to Doctors it also influences nurses practice with regard to care of the elderly.

Limor Weingarten24 Feb 2018
Learnt a lot of new information regarding of the effects of medication to the Ageing Process

Limor Weingarten24 Feb 2018
Brilliant

Debra joy fletcher23 Feb 2018
Excellent reiteration if current knowledge very informative and clear. I would recommend this tutorial to others

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