Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting: Your Role in Patient Safety (Free, Accredited, Online Training Program)

ABOUT THIS PROGRAM
UBC Continuing Pharmacy Professional Development is pleased to present the online Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting Program in Collaboration with the Canada Vigilance Program.  This program is designed to help BC Pharmacy Professionals develop an awareness and understanding of the importance of Adverse Reaction monitoring and reporting in the provision of safe and effective drug therapy.

TARGET AUDIENCE & ACCREDITATION
This program is designed and accredited for BC Pharmacy Professionals including:

  • BC Pharmacists
  • BC Pharmacy Technicians

The program is assigned 0.75 CEUs
BC Accreditation File # BC-2017-010-ISP
Accreditation Period: April 5, 2017 to April 5, 2018

PROGRAM LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Explain the potential impact of adverse reactions (ARs) 
  2. Explain the importance of monitoring and reporting suspected adverse reactions to health products
  3. Describe the process for reporting suspected adverse reactions

AUTHOR
Thanh Vu, BSc (Pharm), PharmD
Coordinator, Canada Vigilance Regional Office-BC

REQUIREMENTS & FEES
The ADR Reporting Program is available free-of-charge and is hosted on the UBC edX edge Platform
To create an edX edge account
To link to the ADR Reporting Program

PROGRAM INQUIRIES
For more information please email ying.gu@ubc.ca or call (604) 827-3108.