Upcoming ISMP Canada Events:
||Resolving Drug-Drug Interactions: A Guide for Community Pharmacies to Reduce Potential Hospitalizations - Toronto, ON
||Sept. 16, 2015
||Multi-Incident Analysis Workshop - Toronto, ON
||Sept. 17, 2015
||Going beyond the numbers: Using incident reports to assess medication safety culture - Toronto, ON
||Oct. 1, 2015
||Incident Analysis Framework: Train-the-Trainer Workshop (For PSEP – Canada Trainers) - Toronto, ON
||Oct. 22, 2015
||BPMH Training for Pharmacy Technicians - Toronto, ON
||Nov. 5-6, 2015
||Medication Safety for Pharmacy Practice: Incident Analysis and Prospective Risk Assessment - Toronto, ON
||Nov. 27, 2015
||Designing Safe Labels and Packages for Health Products - Toronto, ON
Request a workshop for your organization
ISMP Canada provides educational sessions and workshops for various organizations across the country. The topic of the workshop and presentation content can be tailored to suit the needs of the organization and the participants in attendance. A list of education events offered by ISMP Canada can be found below. For more information, please contact ISMP Canada with your request for a particular workshop for your organization.
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BPMH Training for Pharmacy Technicians Workshop:
Understanding the hospital pharmacy technician's role in the medication reconciliation process.
This one-day workshop is designed to provide hospital pharmacy technicians with an overview of medication reconciliation.
There will be a specific focus on the importance of the Best Possible Medication History (BPMH) within the medication reconciliation process and participants will learn how to conduct a BPMH interview and document the necessary components of a BPMH.
Medication Safety Culture Indicator Matrix (MedSCIM) Workshop:
This workshop teaches participants how to use medication incident reporting as an indicator to monitor patient safety culture within their organization. Participants will learn fundamental principles of medication incident reporting and patient safety culture. These concepts will be integrated to introduce a novel tool called the Medication Safety Cultural Indicator Matrix (MedSCIM), which was developed to measure patient safety culture in healthcare settings. This interactive workshop uses hands-on activities to teach participants how to use MedSCIM. By the end of the workshop, participants will become confident using MedSCIM to support a positive patient safety culture.
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Workshop:
Organizations interested in minimizing the risk of adverse or unintended events often conduct an FMEA. FMEA
is a team-based systematic and proactive approach for identifying ways that a process or design can fail, why it
might fail, and how it can be made safer. In the context of healthcare, FMEA first strives to eliminate potential
failures before they occur and then to keep the failure from reaching the patient.
Multi-Incident Analysis Workshop:
This one day interactive workshop presents the key concepts for conducting a multi-incident (aggregate) analysis, an approach that maximizes efficiency by analyzing a group of medication incidents that share a common topic. During this interactive workshop, participants will learn the step-wise process of conducting a multi-incident analysis, and situations where this methodology is most beneficial. By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to describe the steps of the multi-incident analysis methodology and apply the step-wise approach and begin conducting analysis of small groups of medication incidents.
Root Cause Analysis (RCA) Workshop:
RCA is a comprehensive, systematic approach to retrospective analysis of adverse events. The goals of RCA are to determine what happened, why it happened, and what can be done to reduce the likelihood of a recurrence.