Using the BPMH to reduce medication errors in home healthcare
How medication reconciliation adds value in community based patient care
Friday, September 27, 2019
This one-day workshop is designed to provide home health professionals with an overview of transition-related medication incidents and how medication reconciliation (MedRec) adds value in community based patient care.
There will be a specific focus on the importance of the Best Possible Medication History (BPMH) within the medication reconciliation process. Participants will learn how to conduct a BPMH interview and document the necessary components of a BPMH, and how to conduct a systematic review to enhance the safety of transitions to home from other levels of care.
On completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:
Friday, September 14, 2018
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
ISMP Canada Learning Centre
4711 Yonge Street, Suite 501
Toronto, ON, M2N 6K8
$500 per person, plus applicable taxes (enrolment is limited to 8 attendees)
For registration information, please select the ‘Registration’ tab near the top of the screen.
Introductory: relevant safety principles and concepts will be explained
Nurses, care coordinators, community pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, EMS professionals, and supervisors/managers working in home or community care
Directions to ISMP Canada
4711 Yonge Street
On entry to the building, check in with Security to obtain a visitor ID badge (next to the lobby elevators).
We are located in the Procter & Gamble Building - 4711 Yonge Street - North of the 401 on the East side of Yonge Street, South of Sheppard Avenue.
(416-733-3131 - ISMP Canada)
Note that parking is NOT available in the Procter & Gamble Building. Indoor paid parking is available at the Hullmark Centre (Yonge and Anndale – enter via Anndale).
We are located on the "Yonge Line" - please get off at the Sheppard Station.
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