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Webinars

ACPT Educational supervisor programme

1
November 2022

9.00 am - 12.00 pm

Webinar

3 hours

Tutors

  • Mrs Joanne Sutton
    Medicines Management Senior Technician, BHSCT.

Aim

By the development of the appropriate knowledge and skills, equip individuals to effectively mentor those pharmacy technicians undertaking the ACPT programme

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • provide support to pharmacy technicians regarding the knowledge and skills required to complete an accuracy check on any prescription previously screened/approved by a pharmacist
  • develop your mentee's professional awareness of pharmacy practice
  • encourage the further development of effective communication skills
  • further develop professional relationships within your team
  • support appropriate skill-mix within your pharmacy.

Accredited checking pharmacy technician (ACPT) Programme (DAY 1) morning

7
November 2022

9.00 am - 12.30 pm

Webinar

3 hours

Tutors

  • Mrs Victoria McConville
    Lead Pharmacy Technician for Medicines Management, SHSCT.

Aim

To enable participants to become accredited checking pharmacy technicians. This programme conforms to the National Checking Programme.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • describe the legal requirements for dispensing of medicines and medicinal products
  • discuss the legal and ethical implications of technician checking
  • recognise the consequences and implications of dispensing/checking errors and the role of SOPs in minimising the incidence of such errors
  • recognise the necessity of referring to colleagues in the final accuracy check
  • perform the final accuracy check for dispensed items, previously clinically screened/approved by a pharmacist and annotated according to local procedure.

Accredited checking pharmacy technician (ACPT) Programme (DAY 1) afternoon

7
November 2022

1.00 pm - 4.30 pm

Webinar

3 hours

Tutors

  • Mrs Victoria McConville
    Lead Pharmacy Technician for Medicines Management, SHSCT.

Aim

To enable participants to become accredited checking pharmacy technicians. This programme conforms to the National Checking Programme.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • describe the legal requirements for dispensing of medicines and medicinal products
  • discuss the legal and ethical implications of technician checking
  • recognise the consequences and implications of dispensing/checking errors and the role of SOPs in minimising the incidence of such errors
  • recognise the necessity of referring to colleagues in the final accuracy check
  • perform the final accuracy check for dispensed items, previously clinically screened/approved by a pharmacist and annotated according to local procedure.

Accredited checking pharmacy technician (ACPT) Programme (DAY 2) afternoon

8
November 2022

1.00 pm - 4.30 pm

Webinar

3 hours

Tutors

  • Mr Dean McConnell

Aim

To enable participants to become accredited checking pharmacy technicians. This programme conforms to the National Checking Programme.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • describe the legal requirements for dispensing of medicines and medicinal products
  • discuss the legal and ethical implications of technician checking
  • recognise the consequences and implications of dispensing/checking errors and the role of SOPs in minimising the incidence of such errors
  • recognise the necessity of referring to colleagues in the final accuracy check
  • perform the final accuracy check for dispensed items, previously clinically screened/approved by a pharmacist and annotated according to local procedure.

Accredited checking pharmacy technician (ACPT) Programme (DAY 2) morning

8
November 2022

9.00 am - 12.30 pm

Webinar

3 hours

Tutors

  • Mr Dean McConnell

Aim

To enable participants to become accredited checking pharmacy technicians. This programme conforms to the National Checking Programme.

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you should be able to:
  • describe the legal requirements for dispensing of medicines and medicinal products
  • discuss the legal and ethical implications of technician checking
  • recognise the consequences and implications of dispensing/checking errors and the role of SOPs in minimising the incidence of such errors
  • recognise the necessity of referring to colleagues in the final accuracy check
  • perform the final accuracy check for dispensed items, previously clinically screened/approved by a pharmacist and annotated according to local procedure.

Medicines management skills for hospital pharmacy technicians

21
November 2022

9.00 am - 4.00 pm

Webinar

5.5 hours

Tutors

  • Mrs Victoria McConville
    Lead Pharmacy Technician for Medicines Management, SHSCT.

Aim

To provide an overview of the underpinning skills required for a hospital pharmacy technician to become safe and effective medicines management practitioner

Learning outcomes

Having completed this workshop you will be able to:
  • appreciate the range of communication and interpersonal skills necessary to effectively communicate with patients and provide medicines related information
  • understand the importance of accurate transfer of written information relating to a patient and their medicines
  • identify, prioritise and solve problems within your scope of practice
  • apply time management strategies and key clinical skills whilst working within the scope of the role
  • deliver a medicines management service in a professional manner.