NOTE: This course requires that you sign a waiver of liability agreement in order to participate in the workshop for the course. If you are unable to complete the waiver of liability agreement do NOT register for this course. Please click here to see a sample of the waiver form.
Target audience: This course is for Alberta pharmacists.
Saturday, Sept 9, 2017 (8:00 am – 5:00 pm) NorQuest College (downtown location)
Health Education Centre 102 (Building B), Room 111 10704 – 102 Ave. Edmonton
This two-part course will provide pharmacists with education on administering drugs by injection. The course contains theory, discussion, demonstrations, and guided practice in relation to preparing and delivering medication and immunization by injection.
Peter Macek, BScPharm, Deannine Conway, BScN, and Shelly Oss, BScN will lead participants through this in-depth course. Peter has over 20 years of experience in community pharmacy. He has been a trainer and speaker for several pharmacy programs and has a keen interest in vaccines and injections. Deannine Conway is currently an instructor with the Practical Nurse Program at NorQuest College. Her career includes clinical care at the Stollery Children’s Hospital and instruction in various aspects of the Practical Nurse Program at NorQuest College. Shelley Oss is currently an instructor with the Practical Nurse Program at NorQuest College. Her career includes Associate Care Coordinator of the Northern Alberta Tracheostomy Ventilator Program, Good Samaritan Society and a Registered Nurse at the University of Alberta Hospital.
Part 1 – Pre-Study Learning Objectives (CCCEP # 8007-2016-1822-I-P 9 CEU’s) Expires: August 31, 2018
Module One – Diseases and Vaccines
Module Two – Practical Considerations
Due Date for Pre-Study Multiple Choice Test:
The Pre-Study Multiple Choice Test must be completed and faxed back to RxA at 780.990.1236 or scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, Sept 5. You will be notified via email of your results prior to the Workshop. Participants must achieve at least 70% on the pre-study multiple choice test. This is a prerequisite for attending Part 2 – Workshop.
Part 2 - Workshop Learning Objectives (CCCEP # 8007-2016-1823-L-P 7.25 CEU’s) Expires: August 31, 2018
Describe the process of deciding that an immunization or an injection is required
To obtain continuing education credits and a Certificate of Completion, a workshop participant will:
Participants who successfully complete Part 1 and Part 2 will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the Workshop. Participants will require the Certificate of Completion when applying to the Alberta College of Pharmacists for authorization to administer drugs by injection. Should participants successfully complete Part 1, but not Part 2, then a Statement of Completion for Part 1 (9 CEU’s) will be emailed to them.
RxA Member $450.00 plus GST = $472.50
Non Member $750.00 plus GST = $787.50
Registration fee includes continental breakfast, lunch, access to pre-study material and workshop material.
Cancellation Policy: No refund for September 9 course.
Dates to Remember:
Pre-Study Test Due: Sept 5, 2017Workshop: Sept 9, 2017
RxA office hours of operation:
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. — Monday through Friday.
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