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Lessons from Complaints: Navigating Mental Health and Addiction

October, 27

Time: 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Location: Virtual Zoom Webinar

Cost: Open to Registrants of the College and the Public. There is no cost to attend; you must register in advance.

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Lessons from Complaints: Navigating Mental Health and Addiction

The additional pressure and stress placed on healthcare professionals as a result of the pandemic are tremendous. Pharmacists are faced with ambiguity and uncertainty with constant change and the realities of front-line practice. These stressors can result in a new or exacerbation of a mental health or addiction concern.

This program will open the dialogue for consideration of mental health and addiction concerns for pharmacy staff. Learn how to approach concerns for yourself and your colleagues, understand risk assessment, and the process by which the Complaints Committee monitors registrants embarking on a gradual return to practice.

Hear the personal experience of Dr. Michael Loudon, MB.Ch.B, and gain confidence in your role in supporting one another in health and upholding your professional obligations as a licensed healthcare professional.


WHEN: Tuesday, October 27, 2021, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.



*This a virtual event ONLY, and is free to attend for pharmacists and pharmacy staff

**Deadline to register is October 26, 2021, at 4:30 p.m.



Accreditation pending.



Dr. Michael Loudon, MB.Ch.B, Medical Director, Teulon Medical Clinic, former Physician Lead with Physicians at Risk

Dr. Brent M. Booker, B.Sc. (Pharm.), Pharm.D., Assistant Registrar – Review and Resolution, CPhM