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Endometriosis - On Demand
Join this training course to learn about Endometriosis. Our presenter will provide a brief overview of endometriosis, covering its aetiology, and the what, why and where of this enigmatic disease. We will discuss early intervention for dysmenorrhoea and why it matters. Best practice treatments and management with a multi-disciplinary approach will be presented and discussed. We will take time to review a few relevant case studies.
How dense are you? How to assess and treat osteoporosis - 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 online 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.
Improving Accuracy and Self-Checking Workbook
This workbook 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 teams accuracy and to develop a self-check process so you know you have completed your part of the dispensing role accurately.
Learn about types of medication errors, why such errors occur, impact of errors on patients and their family/whanau, how to prevent such errors occurring (or re-occurring) and more. The aim of this workbook is to give practical information and exercises to determine risk factors at your pharmacy and examples of how individuals and the dispensary team as a whole can minimise such errors occurring.
This workbook is for pharmacists, pharmacy accuracy checking technicians, pharmacy technicians and interns.
Improving Maori Health Outcomes - On Demand
Improving Māori health is an important area of focus for all health services and providers within New Zealand. This course aims to describe the Māori world view (Te Ao Māori) of well-being and the importance of identity and Turangawaewae. The current issues Māori people encounter within the health system and practical strategies for improvement will also be discussed.