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Managing Stress in a Pharmacy - On Demand
Many New Zealand pharmacists are suffering from increasing pressure in the workplace which is leading to rising stress levels. Such increases in stress levels can affect your physical health, emotions and behaviour.
MAVIRET Quality Use of Medicines - On Demand
Featured On Demand
MAVIRET is a fully funded hepatitis C prescription medicine on the Pharmaceutical Schedule from 1st February 2019.
Pharmacists are required to complete the MAVIRET ® Quality Use of Medicines course to be enrolled in the AbbVie Care Pharmacy Programme to order and dispense MAVIRET.
Medicines Use Review (MUR) Training Programme On Demand
The Medicine Use Review (MUR) Training Programme covers a number of topics which are relevant to conducting and documenting MUR consultations. Completing this Programme is required to become accredited and provide this service.
Learn about medication adherence, the medicine management services, the importance of privacy, culture and appropriate communication as well as how to maintain the quality of the service.
New, Improved and Existing Anticoagulants - What Pharmacists need to know - On Demand
Patients using anticoagulants require careful management so they obtain maximum benefit of treatment whilst minimising risks. Pharmacists can play a key role in educating patients about these benefits and risks. Join this course to learn about the indications for, adverse effects and contraindications of the key anticoagulants used in New Zealand. Reversal agents and managing bleeding complications will also be discussed.
Overcoming Stigma in Mental Health - On Demand
Join this course to gain an understanding of mental health stigma and attitudes to mental health
Learn about how stigma can impact patient-pharmacist interactions, service delivery, the patient themselves and their management of their own health. You will also learn how to recognise early warning signs of mental illness and be able to explain issues surrounding communication with people with mental illness.