College 2019 Learning Programme
- 14 Oct 2019
- 09:00 am - 09:00 am
- Wellington, Wellington
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About the event
College Education & Training Programme 2019
College Education and Training are working on a valuable suite of learning for 2019. Read the new programme on the College page or below.
See below for topics that will be available.
|27 th Feb||HIV|
|20 th March||Diabetes Management in Pregnancy|
|3 rd April||Atrial Fibrillation|
|1 st May||Interpreting Laboratory Results|
|29 th May||Diabetes Management Across Time Zones|
|26 th June||Sex, Drug and Synapses: Management of Sexual Dysfunction with Psychiatric Drugs|
|24 th July||Understanding Islamic Culture|
|13 th August||Improving Maori Health Outcomes|
|4 th September||Antibiotic Resistance and Stewardship|
|8th October||Oral Formulation|
|20th November||Trimethoprim Accreditation Training Update|
(Webinars consist of 1.5-2 hour education sessions)
Programmes are in depth topics involving multiple 1 – 2 hour education sessions and multiple assessments. All programmes can be completed part time and will be approximately 10 weeks duration.
Biologics Programme (re launched from 2018).
This programme will cover the use of various biologic medicines over 3 specialties Rheumatology, Gastroenterolgy and Dermatology. Learn about what biologic medicines are, the main indications of biologic medicines in immune-mediated inflammatory diseases, the main adverse effects and contraindications. This programme is expected to run from March – May 2018.
Managing Chronic Pain
This programme will cover the pharmacological management of chronic pain, principles of prescribing and de-prescribing safely, the psychological factors associated with chronic pain and strategies for active management. This programme is expected to run from March – May 2018.
Managing Medicines in the Older Population
This programme will cover the principles of prescribing in older people, physiological changes in this patient group and consequently associated drug related problems as well as issues around polypharmacy. This programme is expected to run in the second half of 2018 – dates TBC.
Owning My Gout (OMG) Training Programme
The College is working with the Counties Manukau OMG team to develop a gout training programme for pharmacies who will may be awarded a DHB contract to provide this service. More details to come in 2019.
Medicine Reconciliation Workbook
This workbook will be aimed at senior pharmacy technicians and pharmacists. The workbook will discuss the purpose of medicine reconciliation and processes for reconciling medicines to obtain the most accurate list of medicines.
Clinical Checking Workbook
This workbook will discuss the skills and methods of performing a clinical check prior to medicine being supplied to ensure the medicine is safe and effective for the patient.
PHARMACY ACCURACY CHECKING TECHNICIAN (PACT) TRAINING PROGRAMME
Applications for the next PACT cohort will go out in 2019. Members will receive an email when we are accepting applications.
ACCREDITATION COURSES AND PROGRAMMES
|Emergency Contraceptive Pill course|
|Clozapine Dispensing in Community Pharmacy|
|Selected Oral Contraceptive Reclassification course|
|Medicine Use Review Training Programme|
|Community Pharmacy Anticoagulation Management Service (CPAMS) If you work at a CPAMS contracted pharmacy and want to enrol in the CAMS programme, contact email@example.com.|
For more details email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 04 802 0030