Events

September 2017

Sep 17

Fall 2017 COMPASS Training

CPDPP will be providing the training for COMPASS™ through a series of in-person workshops. There will be two sessions provided this fall. The training sessions are mandatory for QI coordinators; therefore, they will be given preference during registration. Provided there is room, pharmacy managers may also attend the training. There is no registration fee for the workshop.  We will have an online course available later at a fee.

For more information on the COMPASS Training, click here.

 

Sep 15

Canadian Cardiovascular Pharmacists Network Conference

September 15 -16, 2017 - Canadian Cardiovascular Pharmacists Network Conference

Sep 13

Special Update to Immunization and Injection Webinars

For information on the webinars, live and recorded, starting September 13, 2017, click here.

Sep 10

CPDPP presents Fall 2017 Injection Skills Refresher Workshop

We are excited to announce the availability of our Injection Skills Refresher Workshop this Fall.  This is an hour and half long, in-person workshop designed to provide practicing pharmacists who have been certified to administer injections the opportunity to refresh their injection skills. The workshop is accredited for 1.5 CEUs. 

For more information, click here.

Sep 09

Fall 2017 Immunization and Injection Training Part 1

Registration for the Fall 2017 Immunization and Injection Training is now open.  Please click here to register online for the training (i.e. if you have not yet been certified to administer injections). 

Registrants will be given access to Part I, the online training upon registration.  Part II, the live training will be held in the following cities and dates:

Saskatoon

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Regina

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Please note that this is a limited registration course.  Early registration is advised.  

August 2017

Aug 29

Mental Health First Aid

Outcomes of MHFA training:

  •          Significantly greater recognition of the most common mental health illnesses and problems
  •          Decreased social distance from people with mental health illnesses or problems
  •          Increased confidence in providing help to others
  •          Demonstrated increase in helpful actions

 

What's New

PAS Website Update

A recent update to the PAS website may disrupt access to any PAS website pages saved in bookmarks or favourites in your website browser

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2017-2018 Saskatchewan Pharmacy Letter

The Drug Plan and Extended Benefits Branch are registering pharmacies that plan to participate in the Province's 2017-2018 Seasonal Influenza Program.

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Updated SMAP Forms and Education

The Ministry of Health will be changing mandatory documentation requirements for the Saskatchewan Medication Assessment Program (SMAP) September 1, 2017.

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