CAPhO Connections Podcast Episode 11 Now Available
CAPhO Connections Podcast Series keeps the oncology pharmacy community informed on matters affecting you and updated on CAPhO’s news related to education, awards, advocacy, and research.
Episode 11 - Reflections from ISOPP 2023 - Tapas, Technology, and Therapeutics (and travel grants!)
- Provide an overview of the oncology pharmacy burnout plenary session and share major takeaways from the presentation (including resources)
- Discuss the technology developments influencing your future of pharmacy practice (from those presented at the conference
- Discuss the therapeutic innovations and research presented at ISOPP 2023
- Highlight the incredible learning opportunities made possible by the CAPhO travel grant program
Guests for this episode: Lauren Hutton
Lauren Hutton is the Clinical Coordinator for Oncology Pharmacy at Nova Scotia Health - Central Zone. Lauren completed a BSc(Pharmacy) at Dalhousie University, her hospital residency at the Ottawa Hospital and subsequently went on to complete her PharmD at the University of Toronto. Lauren has been practicing in oncology for six years. Her oncology clinical practice areas have included ambulatory medical oncology, acute inpatient palliative oncology, and multiple myeloma ambulatory care. Lauren's current clinical practice is as an interdisciplinary member of a medical oncology team where she provides care to patients living with prostate cancer receiving treatment with oral anti-cancer therapy.