CCNM and the OAND have partnered to help you make the best use of your study time by offering this RECORDING of the 1-Day Interactive Prescribing Exam Prep Course. • Identify key areas of the on-line material • Learn how to prepare for the written exam • Review new cases for the oral exam FORMAT: On-Line Webinar Recorded 08/29/2015 LENGTH: 7-hours COURSEWARE: You will be able to download the courseware which accompanies the course. ACCESS: Once purchased you will receive a temporary login and password which will allow you to view the recording right away. You will then be sent a permanent login (within 3-5 business days), which will give you access to view the recording for an additional 60-days.* *if you require more time please send an e-mail to email@example.com PLEASE NOTE: The webinar was recorded in good quality by a third party provider, however close to the end of the presentation, the audio is choppy for approximately 20-minutes due to a wind storm in BC (location of the presenters) happening during the live session.
James McCormack, BSc (Pharm), Pharm D / Adil Virani, BSc (Pharm), Pharm D, FCSHP
JAMES McCORMACK, BSc (Pharm), Pharm D Professor, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, UBC James received his undergraduate pharmacy degree at the University of British Columbia in 1982. He received his doctorate in pharmacy (Pharm D) in 1986 from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, South Carolina. His focus is shared-informed decision-making using evidence based information and rational therapeutic principles. He has presented over 300 seminars on drug therapy, has published over 100 articles in medical literature, mainly in the area of rational drug therapy, and worked as editor for two internationally recognized textbooks on appropriate/rational drug therapy. He is also the co-host of a very popular weekly podcast called the Therapeutics Education Collaboration (TEC) podcast. ADIL VIRANI, BSc (Pharm), Pharm D, FCSHP Director, Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services, Associate Professor, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, UBC Adil received his undergraduate and doctorate degrees from the UBC, and is a Fellow of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists. He works as a Director with Pharmacy Services at Fraser Health, Vancouver Coastal Health, Providence Health Care and Provincial Health Services Authority. He is also an associate professor with the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at UBC. He has over 30 publications and has delivered over 200 presentations. He is the lead editor of a 400-page book entitled the Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs, which is now in its 20th edition and is the 2009 American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year. He also co-wrote a similar handbook for children and adolescents. In addition’s to his role with the Therapeutics Education Collaboration, he sits on the Education Working Group of the Therapeutics Initiative, he is a member of the Canadian Drug Expert Committee (CDEC) for the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health and a member of the Human Drug Advisory Panel (HDAP) of the Patented Medicines Prices Review Board (PMPRB).
Saturday, August 29, 2015 - Online