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Drug Use and Mandatory Reporting

Speciality Classification
Nurses and Midwives
Location
Online
Delivery
Online
Duration
57 minutes
Provider
Ausmed
Lecture Overview

MDMA, ketamine, ecstasy - all are commonly used party drugs that are illegal to possess, supply or manufacture. This is a must-watch for all healthcare professionals on the legal responsibilities you have in mandatory reporting, providing care when under the influence of drugs, and more. 

Educators

Pierre Baume 

Pierre Baume is a barrister at the Victorian Bar and practises in the areas of health law, family law, and commercial law. He has also worked as a senior academic in several universities across Australia. Until 2012, he was a senior academic at Monash University where he taught mental health, law, and ethics. Pierre is a Director of the St Kilda Legal Service and past vice chair of the Mental Health Legal Centre. Prior to joining the Victorian Bar, Pierre spent 25 years in the health industry, both as clinician and administrator. He is the founding director of the Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention and Dean of the Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences at Griffith University. He has published and presented over 100 papers nationally and internationally.

Delivery
Title
Drug Use and Mandatory Reporting
Speciality Classification
Interest Areas / Topics Covered
Addiction Medicine, Substance abuse
Location
Provider Type
Education Provider
Duration
57 minutes
Start Date
28-Feb-2019
End Date
01-Nov-2021
CPD Points
57 minutes of CPD
Price
Free
Price Details
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Location
Online
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