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Preventing Errors Through Medication Reconciliation is organized by PharmCon, Inc. and will be held from Apr 22, 2017 - Apr 22, 2020.

Target Audience : Nurse, Pharmacist, Pharmacy Technician.

Credits : 2 Contact Hour(s)

Conference Description :
Medication reconciliation is as essential but often overlooked component of patient safety. This program will introduce and review components of a successful reconciliation. Importantly, it will also highlight the under-recognized collaborative potential of pharmacists and technicians in improving patient safety through medication reconciliation.

Conference Objectives are :
Nurse

• State the importance of medication reconciliation.
• Review strategies for conducting an efficient medication reconciliation.
• Give examples of common errors discovered during a medication reconciliation.
• Identify opportunities to incorporate pharmacy technicians into medical reconciliation.
• Give examples of measurable outcomes for the implementation of a pharmacy technician led medication reconciliation continuous quality improvement project.

Pharmacist
• State the importance of medication reconciliation.
• Review strategies for conducting an efficient medication reconciliation.
• Give examples of common errors discovered during a medication reconciliation.
• Identify opportunities to incorporate pharmacy technicians into medical reconciliation.
• Give examples of measurable outcomes for the implementation of a pharmacy technician led medication reconciliation continuous quality improvement project.

Pharmacy Technician
• State the importance of medication reconciliation.
• Give examples of common errors discovered during a medication reconciliation.
• Recognize the complementary roles of pharmacists and technicians in conducting medication reconciliation.
• Review strategies for medication reconciliation applicable to pharmacy technicians.
• Give examples of measurable outcomes for the implementation of a pharmacy technician led medication reconciliation continuous quality improvement project.

Intended Audience

Pharmacy and Medicine, Healthcare Management

Activity Payment Details

Activity Fee : USD $21.00

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