Decreasing the risk of drug diversion: a nursing viewpoint, a collaborative approach

Description

Drug diversion is not a nursing problem. Drug diversion is not a pharmacy problem. Drug diversion is a systemic problem and the risks are better managed with a collaborative approach.

Accreditation

"This activity, for one contact hour, is provided by BD Medical Clinical Resource Services Department, which is accredited as a provider of continuing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider #CEP 13136. This certificate must be retained by the attendee for a period of four years.
If you are interested in receiving nursing credit for this program, please complete the evaluation form and e-mail to bd.mms@bd.com. You will be issued a CE certificate after a completed form is received."


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Learning objectives

1

Learn how to collaborate with colleagues across departments as a task force to combat drug diversion before it happens at your facility.

2

Develop a system to monitor the effectiveness of your drug diversion deterrent efforts.

3

Describe the elements of a culture of compliance.


4

Summarize best practices for surveillance for nurses and pharmacists.


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