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  • Our Diagnosis and Treatment of an Acute Asthmatic Attack and the Supply and Administration of Salbutamol Training Programme enables pharmacists to diagnose and treat an acute asthmatic attack and supply and administer salbutamol in an emergency situation.
  • Following a recent change to legislation, ( SI 449 of 2015 ), Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training is mandatory for all pharmacists wishing to supply and administer certain medicines. A list of Upcoming CPR Courses can be found in the Courses & Events menu.
  • Our Developing Effective Communication Skills Online Course aims to enable pharmacists to consider the communication styles, approaches and techniques that are most effective in dealing with the different stakeholders they are engaged with in their daily practice. See more in the Online Courses section.
  • Recordings of previous IIOP Information Events are available in the Courses & Events section of the website.
  • Our online Diabetes Training Programme will give you the knowledge to deliver evidence-based care to patients with diabetes.


Pharmacy Addiction Services: Naloxone Meath 5 September

CityNorth Hotel & Conference Centre, Gormanston, Co. Meath

05/09/2018 Read More

Quality Improvement in the Supply of High Risk Medicines Dublin Sept

IMI, 16 Sandyford Rd, Dublin

14/09/2018 Read More
Answering Medicines-Related Questions in Practice

The learning objective of this training programme is to help pharmacists reflect on and develop the way in which they respond to medicines-related queries in practice. 

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Latest News

May 31, 2018

HRB Collaborative Doctoral Award in Multimorbidity

A position currently open for a Pharmacy PhD post as part of the Collaborative Doctoral Award in Multimorbidity, commencing September 2018. This will involve a pilot cluster RCT of the current GP in Pharmacy...

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