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How dense are you? How to assess and treat osteoporosis - On Demand
Musculoskeletal and Joint Diseases On Demand
Worldwide, osteoporosis causes more than 8.9 million fractures annually, resulting in an osteoporotic fracture every 3 seconds. Pharmacists can play a key role in educating patients about the management of osteoporosis to help reduce the risk of fractures.
Enrol in this on demand training course presented by Dr Anna Fenton to learn about the importance of osteoporosis as a medical problem, the risks and benefits of osteoporosis therapies and much more.
Implementing a new service in your pharmacy - Education Course
On Demand Pharmacy Services
Implementing a new pharmacy service requires innovation, confidence, and the motivation to persist, even during testing times. In this presentation, experienced pharmacists Marie Bennett and Brooke Mckay discuss what pharmacists need to consider and to embrace the challenges of implementing a quality and person-centered pharmacy service.
Improving Accuracy in Your Dispensary - Education Course
This course focuses on dispensing and self-checking of your own dispensing and has been developed for dispensary staff to improve the accuracy of the pharmacy dispensing supply chain. The purpose is to improve the entire dispensary team's accuracy and to develop a self-check process so you know you have completed your part of the dispensing role accurately.
Insomnia & Sleep (Melatonin Reclassification) Course - On Demand
Central Nervous System On Demand
Register to learn about sleep, differentiating between primary versus secondary insomnia, comorbidities of insomnia, management of sleep disorders including self-care, tools for diagnosing sleep disorders and when to refer. You will also be taken in detail through the sleep questionnaire tool and when to consider supplying melatonin versus providing other advice or referral.
Introduction to Paediatric Allergies
On Demand Paediatrics
Allergies tend to be more common in children compared with adults. Allergies occur when the body’s immune system identifies an otherwise harmless substance as a potential threat and triggers a reaction. Allergies have been on the rise over recent years and there have been many studies to understand the causes and prevention.
In this learning module, paediatrician and allergy specialist, Dr Jan Sinclair will present an introduction to paediatric allergies outlining food allergies, allergy testing, anaphylaxis, and rhinitis.