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Clinical Checking Workbook
This online workbook is for all pharmacists involved in the dispensing process as they have a key and critical role in medication safety. A clinical check is a skill that a pharmacist should perform for every prescription to ensure the medicine supplied is suitable, safe and effective for the particular patient.
Clozapine Dispensing in Community Pharmacy - On Demand
Clozapine has drastically improved the lives of many patients however it can cause many serious side effects. Clozapine is associated with a significant risk of neutropenia, which may progress to a potentially fatal agranulocytosis.
Clozapine Dispensing in the Community Refresher Course 2020 - On Demand
Many of you will be completing this refresher course for your annual re-certification as part of your District Health Board (DHB) contract to provide clozapine to patients at your pharmacy.
Clozapine has drastically improved the lives of many patients, however, it can cause many serious side effects. Clozapine is associated with a significant risk of neutropenia, which may progress to a potentially fatal agranulocytosis.
Note: Before you register for this course, you MUST have completed the Clozapine Dispensing in the Community training course prior.
Combination Prevention of HIV - On Demand
Condoms are still the cornerstone of the general prevention of STIs, but new tools have been added to the box in the recent past, specifically aimed at HIV prevention. Treatment as Prevention (TasP), Undetectable equals Untransmittable (U=U), Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP), and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) are part of a brand new vocabulary that all healthcare professionals need to become familiar with.
Enrol in this on demand learning on HIV prevention presented Infectious Disease Specialist, Dr Massimo Giola. This presentation will inform and empower pharmacists to become part of the HIV combination prevention strategy being rolled out by New Zealand Aids Foundation.
Community Pharmacy Anticoagulation Management Service (CPAMS) Training Programme
This training programme is for pharmacists working at CPAMS contracted pharmacies who:
- have regularly had >20 CPAMS patients over the previous 12 months;
- have CPAMS Accredited pharmacists with >12 months regular CPAMS experience directly prior to becoming the supervising pharmacist (who are willing to be the supervising pharmacist)