Insulin Safety in Community Pharmacy: Webinar 3 Series summary and applying the learning

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  • Insulin Safety Part 3 - Series summary and applying the learning
     November 17, 2022
     7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Aim of series: to promote a  systematic approach which explores how preventable harm can be reduced by well understood and designed systems and practices, focusing on the high risk medicine insulin; Creating a fresh perspective and learning opportunity that can be applied and adopted across any area of community pharmacy

Part 3: Series summary and applying the learning

In the final webinar of ‘ A Systematic Approach to Insulin Safety in Community Pharmacy’ we will demonstrate how using a combination of the SEIPS Framework and the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors’ ‘Guidance on Design of Effective Work Procedures’ can enhance existing procedures related to insulin safety

Learning Outcomes

Be able to:

  • Reflect on the role of Standard Operating Procedures in risk management.
  • Understand other factors that contribute to safety management including learning from adverse events.
  • Recognise that all of these factors are best served by taking a systems approach.
  • ‘Take home’ a toolkit/ care bundle to assess work practices that support safe supply of insulin.

When: Thursday 17 November, 7.00 – 9.00pm

Where: Zoom

Admission is strictly by registration only.

Who is the event for?

All members of the community pharmacy team who play a part in the safe supply
of medicines to patients
• pharmacists and foundation trainee pharmacists
• pharmacy technicians and assistants
• owners and superintendents
• medicines safety leads

Please note you must have attended Part 1 Human Factors – A Journey of Discovery and Part 2 -SEIPS – The Swiss Army Knife of Human Factors or watched the recorded webinars to meaningfully participate in this event.

Watch Part 1 here>

Watch Part 2 here>

Zoom link and log in details will be emailed to delegates 24 hours prior to the event.

If you have not received the login details in advance, contact Sharon Bell m. 07951 044876  (please check your junk email in the first instance).