NEW Minor Ailment Training Courses

Here are the training course for pharmacist prescribing for the new minor ailment and patient self-care conditions listed below.

Please see the online registration page for learning objectives and cost. Each condition has its own training module.

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Onychomycosis

Learn the signs and symptoms of onychomycosis and how to prescribe eficonazole. Accredited by CPDPP for 1.0 CEU.

Influenza

Learn the signs and symptoms of influenza and how to prescribe oral antivirals in an epidemic or pandemic situation.  Accredited by CPDPP for 1.0 CEU.

Urinary Tract Infections

Learn the signs and symptoms of acute, uncomplicated urinary tract infections in women and how to prescribe antibiotics for this patient.  Accredited by CPDPP for 1.0 CEU.

Shingles

Learn the signs and symptoms of shingles and how to prescribe antivirals in this patient. Accredited by CPDPP for 1.0 CEU.

Conjunctivitis

Learn the signs and symptoms of bacterial, viral, and allergic conjunctivitis, and how to prescribe for these conditions. Accredited by CPDPP for 1.0 CEU.

Women's Health (Contraceptives, Emergency Contraceptives, and Dysmenorrhea)

Learn about medical abortion, and self-care prescribing of hormonal contraception, emergency contraception, and dysmenorrhea. Accredited by CPDPP for 8.25 CEUs.

Erectile Dysfunction

Learn the rationale for pharmacist prescribing for erectile dysfunction. Accredited by CPDPP for 1.0 CEU.

Obesity

Learn to assess patients' weight, medical and medication histories to determine if pharmacotherpay for weight loss is appropriate.  Accredited by CPDPP for 1.0 CEU.

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QuickConnect Webinar Series

CPDPP's QuickConnect Webinar Series are 1-1.5 hour WebEx presentations.  We will present a new topic every month.  Participants can choose to join the live, interactive WebEx and ask the presenter questions, or they can watch the recorded version at a time that is convenient for them.

Recorded QuickConnect

Recorded QuickConnect

Recorded QuickConnect

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COMPASS Online Training

COMPASS COMPASS Community Pharmacy Professionals Advancing Safety in Saskatchewan

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PROGRAM INFORMATION
Presenters will first provide an overview of COMPASS and SCPP by-laws on CQI. They will include a review on medication safety and its relationship to CQI in community pharmacy practice. 

Participants will learn about the ISMP Canada Medication Safety Self-Assessment (MSSA), the Community Pharmacy Incident Reporting (CPhIR) Program, and the online CQI tool. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn from COMPASS Champions’ experience during the panel discussion.

Prescriptive Authority Level 1 Basics

This is a mandatory course for all pharmacists practicing in Saskatchewan.   For more information, please see the SCPP bylaws. All new registrants must meet these requirements before being granted their initial license to practice.

Minor Ailments Part 1

Minor Ailments Part 1 online training is mandatory for pharmacists practicing in a self-care environment.  

Once you have completed this training, you are able to prescribe for all approved new ailments.

The guidelines and flowcharts are posted on the medSask website

Minor Ailments Part 2

Minor Ailments Part 2 covers diaper dermatitis, oral thrush, canker sores, SCPP update and frequently asked questions. 

The guidelines and flowcharts are posted on the medSask website

*This is not mandatory training.  Once pharmacists complete Level 1 Prescribing training and Minor Ailments Part 1, they are able to prescribe for all new minor ailments.

Minor Ailments Part 3

Minor Ailments Part 3 covers strains & sprains, headache, dysmenorrhea, GERD/dyspepsia, and hemorrhoids.  It also includes an update on Minor Ailment Prescribing.

The guidelines and flowcharts are posted on the medSask website

*This is not mandatory training.  Once pharmacists complete Level 1 Prescribing training and Minor Ailments Part 1, they are able to prescribe for all new minor ailments.

Privacy Officer Recertification/Certification

This program has been developed to ensure privacy officers (participants) understand their obligations and responsibilities under PIPEDA and HIPA.    This course now comprises much updated information to the training on special issues that have arisen since the first training sessions were presented.   

E-Tips Preceptor Training Program

E-Tips for Practice Education Program is designed for health care professionals who work with students or other learners in a practice education setting. The program consists of eight modules full of practical tips. From how to prepare for a student's arrival, to evaluation and beyond - each one is drawn from the experiences of over four hundred clinicians in British Columbia as well as experienced clinical faculty coordinating practice education in their respective fields.  Whether you are new to clinical teaching or played a role in educating many students or new staff in a clinical setting, we hope that you will find E-Tips useful to your teaching experience. This course has been accredited by CPDPP for 2.0 CEUs.

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