Be in the know about Heavy Petting and other wellness happenings on campus. A FREE service from Brown University Health Promotion. Contents: President’s Message Council Report In the News: Expansion of OHIP for Seniors, Increasing Harms of Opioids, Mifegymiso Council Elections Calling for Volunteers to Serve on College Committees The Protecting Patients Act 2017: New Regulations Now in Effect Preparing for Ontario’s Medication Safety Program Stay informed on Recalls, Shortages, and Adverse Reactions Opioid Resources for Patients Health Canada Introduces New Rules for Pharmacies that Compound APIs for Veterinary Use An Update on Cannabis New Model Standards Apply to All Pharmacies Performing Non-Sterile Compounding Identifying Counterfeit or Tampered Fentanyl Patches Key Questions on Sterile Compounding The Importance of Patient Assessment New Video Resources to Inform and Engage the Public What Would You Do?(If all slots are full, your check will be refunded.) The .00 application fee will be deducted from the total cost of the program.Click here for flyer and application (PDF format) for more information.Classroom lessons will be structured to provide students with the concepts and skills needed to improve their scores on examinations such as the Palmetto Assessment of State Standards (PASS.).Fees: The cost of camp is 0.00 per child (lunch included).
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David Juurlink Beyond Use Dating: The North York General Hospital Experience Practice Assessments: An Important Component of Quality Assurance What Would You Do?Coroner’s Inquest: Death of an Elderly Patient on Anticoagulation Therapy Close-Up on Complaints: Taking Appropriate Care When Handling Opioid Prescriptions Proposed Regulatory Amendments under the Pharmacy Act Frequently Asked Questions from Pharmacy Practice It’s Flu Season Discipline Decisions A Summer Student’s Experience at OCPFocus on Error Prevention Summer 2017 Contents: CEO and Registrar’s Message Council Report In the News: Fake Fentanyl Patches, Mifegymiso, Medical Assistance in Dying Coordination Service Launches, New Access to Drugs in Urgent Public Health Situations, Narcan Naloxone Nasal Spray College Approves Implementation of a Continuous Quality Assurance Program Building an Opioid Action Plan for Pharmacy ISMP Canada Safety Bulletin: Death Due to Pharmacy Compounding Error Reinforces Need for Safety Focus Implementing the Safe Handling of Oral Anti-Cancer Drugs in Community Pharmacies Inter- and Intraprofessional Collaboration: Learning from Family Health Teams New Professional Misconduct Regulations Reporting Adverse Reactions to Vaccines and Medications Protecting Patients Act Prescriptions from Other Healthcare Professionals Close-Up on Complaints: Ensuring the Appropriate Therapy for the Appropriate Patient Scope of Practice Strategy What We Heard From You Discipline Decisions Focus on Error Prevention Spring 2017 Contents: President’s Message Council Report In the News: Mifegymiso, Marijuana Legalization, Ontario Creating a New Service for Accessing Medical Assistance in Dying, Opioid Tracking and Naloxone Availability, New Pharmacare Program for Children and Youth Council Elections Get Involved as a Non Council Committee Member ISMP Bulletin: Errors Associated with Hospital Discharge Prescriptions Pharmacy Technician Strategy Four R’s of Documentation Sterile Compounding Standards: Gap Analysis Antimicrobial Stewardship in Ontario Close-Up On Complaints: Avoiding Actual or Perceived Conflict of Interest in Business Dealings Designated Manager Responsibilities When Using Technology to Deliver Pharmacy Services Continuous Quality Assurance Program for Medication Safety Ethical Decision-Making A Multi-Incident Analysis on Fentanyl Transdermal System in the Community New Video Resources2016 Annual Report Highlights Discipline Decisions Focus on Error Prevention Winter 2017 Contents: Registrar’s Message Council Report Membership Renewal In the News: Protecting Patients Act, Shingles Vaccine for Ontario Seniors Aged 65-70, Drug Abuse Strategy, Naloxone Bringing the Code of Ethics to Life White Coat Ceremonies at University of Toronto and University of Waterloo Naloxone: Five Things Pharmacists Need to Know Ready, Set, PACE Pharmacists Now Authorized to Administer Additional Vaccines 5 Things to Know About Administering Vaccines ISMP Safety Bulletin: Key Opioid Prescribing Messages for Community Practitioners Close-Up on Complaints: A Shared Responsibility for Ethical and Effective Pharmacy Services CQI: An Essential Constituent of Patient/Medication Safety Thank You, Preceptors and Evaluators Discipline Decisions 5 Things to Know About Renewing Prescriptions Focus on Error Prevention: Limited Duration of Therapy Fall 2016 Contents: President’s Message Council Report2016-2017 Members of Council Code of Ethics e-Learning Modules In the News: Sexual Abuse Task Force Report, Heath Canada Approved Naloxone Nasal Spray, Opioid Addiction and Overdoses, Revised Over-The-Counter Acetaminophen Labelling Requirements Conversation with Marshall Medical Assistance in Dying FAQs Reporting Privacy Breaches: New Obligations for Regulated Health Professionals Patch 4 Patch: Addressing Misuse of Narcotics and Monitored Drugs Universal Influenza Immunization Program: Pharmacists Continue to Play an Important Role in Providing Flu Shots to Ontarians Regulatory Amendments ISMP Canada: Analysis on QT-Prolongation Coroner’s Report: Transitions of Care Student Experience at OCPSterile Compounding Standards: What We Heard During Consultation Social Media Close-Up on Complaints: Pharmacy Technician - Professional Responsibilities and Standards of Practice Discipline Decisions Focus on Error Prevention: Pediatric Patients Summer 2016 Contents: Special Message Council Report Code of Ethics e-Learning Module In the News: Medical Assistance in Dying, Naloxone Update, Patch for Patch Return Policy, Drug and Pharmacies Regulation Act, Health Canada: Prior Authorization No Longer Required for Destruction of Narcotics and Controlled Drugs Are They Ready For Practice Perspectives of Pharmacists and Physicians Administration of Vaccines: What We Heard During Consultation ISMP Canada: Insulin Medication Incidents in Community Close-Up on Complaints: Ethical Consideration and Clear and Transparent Communication Key when Offering Professional Pharmacy Services Close-Up on Discipline: Sexual Abuse of a Patient ISMP Canada: Gaps in Transition Visit the Niagara Apothecary OCP Video Library: Providing Value and Enhancing Transparency Through Video Discipline Decisions Focus on Error Prevention: Determining Clinical Purpose of a Prescription Spring 2016 Contents: President’s Message Council Report In the News: Patch4Patch, Medical Assistance in Dying, Naloxone Update A Wealth of Resources at Your Fingertips The Role of the Pharmacist in Healthcare Transitions How do Community Pharmacists Make Decisions?Principles & Personalities: Prescriptions to Patient Care Update on Thiessen Report Recommendations A Principled Approach to Delivering Patient-Focused Care Professional Responsibility Principles Navigating Electronically Generated Prescriptions Visit the New Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Portal ISMP: Preventable Medication Errors – Look-alike/Sound-alike Drug Names 2013 Annual Report Statistics Universal Influenza Immunization Program Professionalism and Ethical Decision Making Discipline Decisions Bulletin Board Focus On Error Prevention: Vaccines CE Resources Winter 2014 Contents: Registrar's Message Council Report Introducing e-Connect: College’s Newest Communication Tool When Do Regulations Take Effect?The Language of Regulation The Role of Supervision in Professional Training Important Expiry Dates for Those Working Toward Pharmacy Technician Regulation The Narcotics Monitoring System (NMS) and Opioid Maintenance Treatment (Methadone and Buprenorphine) Administration of Flu Shots by Pharmacists Rose Significantly in Year Two!I also appreciate that the researchers are pointing out that just because we see something many times, that does not mean that we understand or can replicate it. 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