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The CPD modules on the Hospital Pharmacy Education Hub are written by experienced pharmacists and reflect the latest developments in pharmacy practice and technology.

New modules are added regularly, so check back often for updates on topics that matter to you.

Innovative pharmacotherapies
Andrew Parsons
As a pharmacist, you are your hospital’s expert on medications and healthcare technology; update your knowledge of the latest developments in the field with this module.
A guide to the guidelines: Hazardous drugs in the hospital setting
Marta Trojniak
Compare how the “do’s and don’ts” of medicine preparation differ across Europe and discover how international directives could impact your working practice with this module.
How is product quality and integrity assured on the pathway from vial to vein?
Johan Vandenbroucke
All healthcare professionals, and especially hospital pharmacists, need to concern themselves with ensuring the quality of injectable medications. This module explores the technologies used to maintain product integrity from preparation to administration.
Who needs protection from hazardous drugs in the hospital setting?
Johan Vandenbroucke
Some drugs are more hazardous than others, and appropriate levels of protection must be deployed by hospital employees responsible for ensuring safety. This module considers risk management strategies.
What is the correct procedure for the safe handling of hazardous drugs?
Johan Vandenbroucke
Hospital staff, patients and visitors are all affected if hazardous drugs are not handled safely. This module examines best practice in the preparation, administration and waste management of these drugs.

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