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CT surgery Non-Medical Prescribing course

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Saturday 5th February 2022

09:00 to 18:00 hours

Course directors: Mrs. Tara Bartley and Dr. Bhuvaneswari Krishnamoorthy 
CPD points: 5 points with certificate

Course aimed at Nurses, Allied health professionals, Surgical care practitioners, Operating department practitioners, Physiotherapist and Foundation Doctors.

Course fee:

  • £20 refundable depsosit required for SCTS NAHP Members. To secure your place, please add a ticket to your account where you will be asked to pay a £20 deposit via PayPal.
  • £60 for Non SCTS members. 
  • Non-attendees will not be refunded.
  • To become an SCTS member, please click here
  • New SCTS members will receive a refund if application is completed before the course starts.

Learning outcomes:

  • To understand the role of non-medical prescribing and its implications.
  • To understand the role of antibiotics in CT surgery.
  • To understand the anticoagulation and secondary prevention.
  • To understand the postoperative medications management in the CTCCU.
  • To understand the various case scenarios and its implications.







Mrs. Tara Bartley OBE FRCN

Dr Bhuvaneswari Krishnamoorthy


Role of Non-medical Prescribing in CT surgery – maintaining competence


 Ms. T Bartley Corporate Lead Advanced Practitioner & Lead Cardiac Surgery Universities Hospital Sussex & Birmingham


CHD Secondary Prevention

Mrs. Zainab Khanbhai, Senior Pharmacist, Royal Brompton NHS Trust, London


Use of Antimicrobials/ Antibiotics and current guidelines for endocarditis


Miss. Lisa Nwankwo Specialist pharmacist, Royal Brompton NHS Trust, London


Tea and Coffee break



Optimising Hb in the preoperative patient

Ms. Louise Best Advanced Clinical Practitioner University Hospitals Sussex


What’s new in Statins?

Ms. Alison Warren, Consultant Pharmacist, University Hospitals Sussex




Anticoagulation and NOACs

Ms. Alison Warren, Consultant Pharmacist, University Hospitals Sussex





Post operative medication in ITU



Mrs. Nisha Bhudia, Pharmacist lead, Royal Brompton NHS Trust, London


Experience of ACP colleague newly qualified NMP


Ms. Lucy Marsden, Trainee Advanced Practitioner,  University Hospitals Birmingham

14:15 to 15:20


Case studies:


Lung Reduction Surgery

Diabetic management in the pre and post operative patient


Ms Ruhina Alam Speciality Registrar, Cardiac Surgery  

Mr. Chris Bond Speciality Registrar, Cardiac Surgery

Mr. Chris Bond


Coffee Break


15:30 to 16:20


Case studies

AF Management


Amiodarone intolerance




Ms. Rachel Alldritt, Advanced Clinical Practitioner, University Hospitals Birmingham

Mr. Roy Pittendriegh, Advanced Clinical Practitioner, University Hospital

Mr. Yassir Iqbal  Speciality Registrar, Cardiac Surgery


Discussion and closure

Tara and Bhuvana



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This event is approved for CME


Please find a list of tickets for this event below.

Ticket Price
Any non-member £60.00
SCTS Member £20.00

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Please note that for members of SCTS a £20 deposit will be refunded at the end of the course

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