Online course

Anticholinergic burden — Pharmacist CPD bundle

You can now obtain additional CPD points by completing one of the three CPD bundle activities.

  • Cost: Free

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Accreditation

CPD accreditation: self-recorded

These activities can only be commenced on completion of the clinical case study Anticholinergic burden: Reducing the impact on older people. Please choose one of the three activity options below, for the opportunity to obtain Group 3 self-recorded CPD points. This activity can be self-recorded as Group 3 CPD activity if you meet the Australian Pharmacy Council requirements. The activity duration will vary depending on the pharmacist and their practice. NPS MedicineWise recommends pharmacists allow 2-3 hours for this activity.

 

To upgrade your Group 2 CPD points:

  • Complete the clinical case study Anticholinergic burden: Reducing the impact on older people
  • Complete one of the activities below
  • Complete an evaluation survey



Privacy: NPS MedicineWise will not collect patient names or any of the data that you enter. The documents provided in each of these activities are designed to be downloaded and saved onto your own computer. It is your responsibility to keep these documents for your record keeping.

 

Clinical resources and tools

If you have completed the NPS MedicineWise Anticholinergic burden: Reducing the impact on older people case study, please choose one of the activities below to upgrade your CPD to self-reported group 3.

Bundle 1 – Peer presentation (recommended for Hospital pharmacists)

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Consolidated learnings from the anticholinergic burden case study and deliver a presentation at your workplace focused on the topic of anticholinergic burden.

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Bundle 2 – Practice Review: RMMR/HMR (recommended for accredited pharmacists)

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Implement learnings from the anticholinergic burden case study into your upcoming HMRs/RMMRs.

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Bundle 3 – Practice Review: MedsChecks (recommended for community pharmacists)

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Implement learnings from the anticholinergic burden case study into future MedsChecks.

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