Fostering A Culture of Safety In Community Pharmacy - A Cross Country Check In
FREE RECORDED WEBINAR
Accredited for 1.0 CEUs.
To earn your CEUs:
- Watch the webinar recording
- Review the slide deck
- Complete the assessment (and download 'Statement of Completion')
Webinar session will be approximately 60 minutes (45 minutes from all of our speakers, 15 minutes for audience Q&A. This learning activity is accredited for 1.00 CEUs under CCCEP file #: 8002-2019-2913-B-T. To earn your CEUs please complete the assessment quiz. You must score 66% or higher and will have up to 3 attempts.
By the end of this presentation the learner will be able to
- Describe the importance of medication incident reporting and continuous quality improvement to the creation of a culture of safety in community pharmacy
- Develop strategies to begin conversations with the pharmacy team using medication safety language and strategies
- Identify opportunities for shared learning and ongoing system improvements to minimize medication incidents and maximize health outcomes for Canadians
Shelita Dattani, BScPhm, PharmD, Director, Practice Development and Knowledge Translation, at the Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA)
Lisa Woodill, Director of Pharmacy Practice for the Pharmacy Association of Nova Scotia (PANS)
Anastasia Shiamptanis, PharmD, MHSc., Policy Advisory for the Ontario College of Pharmacists (OCP)
About the Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA): The Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA) is the uniting national voice of pharmacy and the pharmacist profession in Canada. As pharmacists undertake an enhanced role in the delivery of health care services, CPhA ensures that the profession is recognized as a national leader in health care, influencing the policies, programs, budgets and initiatives affecting the profession and the health of Canadians.
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