1. Advancing the Role of Pharmacy Technicians
0107-9999-17-200-H04-P | 0.1 CEUs/1.0 Hour
Pharmacy technicians practice in a variety of settings and have taken on new and advanced roles and responsibilities as the profession of pharmacy evolves in an ever-changing healthcare system. With those new, complex, advanced, and specialized roles, pharmacy technicians require additional education, training, and demonstration of competence. As pharmacy technicians are the foundation of pharmacy’s distributive functions and are being utilized in clinical functions where appropriate, the entire pharmacy team must strongly support the education and training of pharmacy technicians. This advanced training module will set the framework for supporting advanced roles of pharmacy technicians.
2. Tech-Check-Tech: A Step-by-Step Guide For Outpatient Pharmacy
0107-9999-14-213-H04-P | 0.1 CEUs/1.0 Hour
Once you have decided to go forward with a Tech-Check-Tech program there are many steps to follow. This activity provides a "road map" or documented plan for successful and smooth implementation. Topics discussed include quality assurance, job descriptions, monitoring, liability, roll out, and obtaining "buy in " from all members of the pharmacy team and business.
3. Accuracy in the Outpatient Pharmacy: Preventing, Identifying and Classifying Medication Errors
0107-9999-17-212-H05-P | 0.1 CEUs/1.0 Hour
The most important aspect of technicians checking technicians is accuracy of dispensing. This activity discusses common medication errors and steps you must take as a checking technician to prevent those errors. Your role in continuous quality improvement is critical as you move into the tech-check-tech environment, and this activity will help you recognize and excel at this important task.
None of the speakers report any actual or potential conflicts of interest in relation to these continuing pharmacy education activities.
The Collaborative Education Institute is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. To obtain 3.0 hours of CPE credit (0.3 CEUs) for each webinar, participants must participate in the live webinar using a reliable high speed internet connection, and then logon to the CEI website to complete the exam* and evaluation located in your online portfolio. Once successfully completed, click on Submit CPE. You can access your CPE statement of credit at www.MyCPEMonitor.net. Participants will view the presentation on their screen while listening to audio through computer speakers; telephone access also available if needed.
Financial Support: There was no financial support provided for these activities.
Activity Fee: An activity fee of $25.00 will be assessed for all others to determine successful completion and submission of credit information to CPE Monitor.