September 22, 2018
As Ontario pharmacists, you not only play a major role in advising patients about vaccines, you are looked to as key providers of immunizations and injections. Here’s an opportunity to hone your skills so you can confidently provide these services in your workplace. Immunization and Injections for Pharmacists is a unique two-part program, recognized by the Ontario College of Pharmacists (OCP), that combines online and in-person learning to address the theory and practical aspects of administering injections.
Part 1, is the online portion of the National Injectable Medication and Vaccine Administration program provided by Pear Healthcare Solutions Inc. This online program has been designed to help you develop the skills and knowledge to be able to administer injectable medications to patients in your pharmacy. The program consists of 11 modules and it is CCCEP accredited for 6.5 CEUs. This online program is a pre-requisite to our Part 2 live workshop outlined below. To register or for more information on the National Injectable Medication and Vaccine Administration program, please visit the website of Pear Healthcare Solutions Inc. here.
Part 2, Theory and Technique in Administration of Injections – A Course for Practicing Pharmacists is a one-day, in-person CCCEP accredited program where you can put that theory into practice through a hands-on, interactive workshop. Led by the highly experienced and expert nursing facilitators from the Lawrence L. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, participants will work in small groups with multiple opportunities to practice their newly acquired skills.
As the only program of its kind with an OSCE and multiple choice testing, you can feel confident that your comprehension and skills around immunizations and injections upon completion will translate into real-life patient services. All participants will get assessed in administering intramuscular injections using simulation equipment, and have the opportunity to provide injections to other attendees if they choose to.
Once you have registered for Part 2, you will receive details to register for Part 1 of the program.
Please note as we reserve the right to cancel a program at any time if minimum enrollment is not met.
If you have any questions, please visit our Q & A section of the site.
Here’s What Participants Are Saying:
- “I feel I’m better prepared for immunizing my patients.”
- “The course was very well put together. Great facilities and facilitators.”
- “The facilitators did a fabulous job in making sure we were confident in the techniques.”
Who Should Attend?
Community, Hospital and Family Health Team pharmacists in Ontario
$175 + HST - Part 1
$325 + HST - Part 2
Where Do I Go?
Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy - Room 750
144 College St.
Toronto, ON M5S 3M2
Am I Eligible for Tuition Assistance?
You may qualify for funding from the Allied Health Professional Development fund. For more information, please visit their website at: https://www.ahpdf.ca/