This CPD module for Pharmacists will assess your knowledge of adverse drug reactions. On successful completion of all 11 questions, you'll receive a 1 Hour CPD Certificate.
1 CPD HOURS
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine
CPD approved as part of General Medicine CPD course
Drug Reactions for Pharmacists | Module Overview
Adverse drug reaction (ADR) is a term used to describe harm that can
be caused by using medication at the correct dosage. An ADR can occur after a
single dose or prolonged use of medication. Adverse events occur commonly, and
the Pharmacist is well placed to intervene and assist the patient by
This module is composed of 11
assessment questions based on typical clinical scenarios associated with
adverse effects of common drugs. Complete the questions and reflect on your
performance and the scenarios.
Once you complete the
module - and achieve the minimum pass rate of 60% - you'll be awarded
with a downloadable 1 hour CPD Certificate, which you can print or upload to
your CPD Portfolio.
Aims and Objectives
On successful completion of this module, you will have an improved
adverse events associated with commonly used drugs
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