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Professional Practice Standards – Case Study 3

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This case study explores how the Professional Practice Standards can be used to support decision making in everyday practice. This case study is part of a series of cases that explore a range of different professional practice issues faced by pharmacists. Other topics include: Refusal of supply, Screening and risk assessment, Cautionary advisory labels in the dispensing and counselling process, Cultural safety and responsiveness and Vaccination service.

CPD credits

Earn up to 0.5 group 2 CPD credits

Accreditation number: CONL1715

This activity has been accredited for 0.25 hours of Group 1 CPD suitable for inclusion in an individual pharmacist’s CPD plan. Up to 0.25 hours of Group 1 activity may be converted to Group 2 (or 0.5 CPD credit) upon successful completion of relevant assessment activities.

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PSA gratefully acknowledges the Australian Government Department of Health for providing funding for this activity as part of the PBS Access and Sustainability Package including the Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement.

This item is listed in the following categories: • Public CPD


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