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Accreditation Bundle - On Demand
Accreditation Course On Demand
Have you been an intern pharmacist and looking forward to registration in the Pharmacist Scope in 2021?
Are you new (or returning) to practice in NZ after a break?
As a special welcome to professional practice in New Zealand, we would like to offer you a specially priced ‘bundle’ of all three accreditation courses offered by the Society's College Education and Training unit (Emergency Contraceptive Pill Training, Trimethoprim Accreditation Training and Selected Oral Contraceptives Reclassification).
Addictions and Opioid Substitution Therapy
Are you working in a pharmacy providing Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) Services? OST has been available in NZ for more than 50 years and many of our clients are the most vulnerable in their physical and mental health. It is essential that pharmacists who are the main face of this service are able to deliver it safely and appropriately.
Adult Asthma - On Demand
On Demand Respiratory System
New Zealand Adolescent and Adult Asthma Guidelines 2020 has been released recently. In this presentation, Buzz Burrell, will discuss these new guidelines and the go into depth about the management of asthma, particularly in adults, as well as adolescents (aged 12 and over).
Adverse Drug Reactions Programme - On Demand
All pharmacists play a crucial role in contributing to medication safety, through the prevention, identification, documentation and reporting of Adverse Drug Reactions. If you have identified you need to upskill in this area of your practice, then join this On Demand programme consisting of 4 webinars presented by David Woods, with input from Centre for Adverse Reactions Monitoring (CARM) and other expert contributors.
Learn about adverse drug reactions, drug interactions, drug hypersensitivity, pharmacovigilance, the role of CARM and the importance of reporting an adverse drug reaction. The focus will be on identification, assessment and harm minimisation.
Anticoagulants - What Pharmacists need to know - On Demand
Nutrition and Blood 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 are also discussed.