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5CPA Online learning modules

Under the 5th Community Pharmacy Agreement, PSA has developed accredited courses covering various areas of professional practice.  Pharmacists who successfully complete a course will receive Group 2 CPD credits for each course. These courses are free to all pharmacists and you do not have to be a member of PSA.

Technical requirements

These course are available in Adobe Flash format, and designed for use with most PCs, laptops and Macs.  Our online learning environment does not support iPhones or iPads at this time.

CPD recording

If you are a PSA member, your CPD credits will be recorded automatically at the end of each module.  Non-members may self-record the CPD credits shown at the end of each module.

5CPA Staged Supply (Module CP110098)

The learning objectives for this module are:

  • Identify consumers who may benefit from staged supply services.
  • Implement and deliver staged supply services in a consistent manner that is focused on improving health outcomes for consumers.
  • Utilise the Staged Supply Service Agreement and Staged Supply Record Form to help deliver staged supply services systematically.
  • Apply the Professional Practice Standard and Guidelines for staged supply services.
  • Describe requirements to achieve the Quality Care Pharmacy Program accreditation for staged supply services in the pharmacy

Enrol in 5CPA Staged Supply (Module CP110098)

 5CPA Clinical Interventions (Module CP110099)

The learning objectives for this module are:

  • Outline the steps involved in performing a clinical intervention;
  • Assign category codes to the identified DRP(s) and recommendations made;
  • Document the identified DRP(s) and recommendations using a suitable documentation system;
  • Describe how the clinical intervention recording and classification system integrates with dispensing software;
  • Perform clinical interventions in accordance with the PSA Professional Practice Standards, Competency Standards and Guidelines for Clinical Interventions;
  • Perform clinical interventions underpinned by Quality Use of Medicines principles;
  • Communicate with consumers and healthcare providers in accordance with the requirements of the PSA Professional Code of Ethics.

Enrol in 5CPA Clinical Interventions (Module CP110099)

 

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