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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: vanity or something more important? - On Demand
Endocrine System Obstetrics Gynaecology and Urinary Tract Disorders On Demand Women's Health
Polycystic ovary syndrome, often referred to as PCOS, is the most common endocrine disorder among young women. It is characterised by a range of metabolic abnormalities which can lead to long-term health issues.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine disorder among young women. It is thought that PCOS affects approximately 5 to 20% of women of reproductive age.
Enrol in this course to learn about the importance of PCOS as a medical problem, the impact of this syndrome over a woman’s lifetime, recognise the various symptoms and understand the treatment options available.
Privacy and Confidentiality - On Demand
Law & Ethics On Demand
Have you come across that situation when you unsure what to do regarding a suspected codeine shopper? Are you allowed to share the person’s details with nearby pharmacies and his/her GP? Are you allowed to check previous sales history linked to loyalty programme? What about a parent who comes in wanting you to identify a tablet they found in their child’s pocket? What about a police officer wanting to know what some drugs are? What about someone picking up their neighbour’s prescription?
Join this online course on Privacy and Confidentiality to find out your obligations!
Refugee Health - On Demand
Cultural Competence On Demand
New Zealand is one of many countries who offers a home to refugees. Through the Refugee Quota Programme, New Zealand resettles 1000 refugees every year.
As pharmacists, it is important to understand the different backgrounds and health needs of refugees as most are at risk of significant health issues. Specific focus on refugee health is required to ensure this vulnerable population receives optimal care and support.
Selected Oral Contraceptive Accreditation Training - On Demand
Accreditation Course On Demand Women's Health
In 2017 the Medicines Classification Committee reclassified selected oral contraceptives allowing supply by pharmacists who have successfully completed the oral contraceptive training. This is the training course you need to complete in order to supply selected oral contraceptives.
INTERNS PLEASE NOTE: You will only be able to register and undertake the training courses after you have been issued a full Annual Practicing Certificate (in the pharmacist scope) from the Pharmacy Council of New Zealand and informed PSNZ of this.