Pharmaceutical Waste Online Courses

Specialized online learning courses brought to life

Greenhealth eLearning, Practice Greenhealth's newest addition to the Greenhealth Academy, makes it easy to educate staff and provide training.

In today's busy health care environment, it's hard to find time for professional development and learning. Greenhealth eLearning is an innovative new online training program that provides self-paced, easy-to-access online courses that can be done anywhere you have an internet connection.

Practice Greenhealth provides you with the flexible tools you need to enhance your professional development and contribute within your working community. Stay relevant and build your knowledge and your career—without leaving the comfort of your office, or home—or wherever learning fits into your life.

The courses are designed for green team members at all levels, in specific targeted areas, beginning with Sustainability in a Health Care Setting.

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Content developed by Julie Becker, PhD, MPH, Founder, Women's Health and Environmental Network

Technical/Mobile support

  • OS: Windows, Mac
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or higher, Firefox, Chrome, Safari
  • Javascript & Cookies enabled
  • Adobe Flash Player 9.124.0 or higher
  • Recommended RAM: 512MB+
  • Apple iPad/iPhone running HTML5
  • Android Device running Flash (the newest version of Android does not work as it doesn't not support Flash, or streaming at all currently)

Courses

  • Pharmaceutical Waste Online Course 1: Impact of Pharmaceuticals on the Environment

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Designed for pharmacists, this self-paced, knowledge-based course will explore the issues of pharmaceuticals and the environment.

    A.C.P.E. #0056-9999-13-089-H04-P

    Designed for pharmacists, this self-paced, knowledge-based course will explore the issues of pharmaceuticals and the environment.

    Learning Objectives:

    After completing this course, participants will be able to:

    1. Explain the issue of pharmaceuticals and the environment
      a. Define the context of the issue
    2. Recognize how pharmaceuticals get into the environment
    3. Define the life cycle of pharmaceuticals
      a. Describe five parts to the life cycle of pharmaceuticals
    4. Differentiate ways to mitigate or reduce waste throughout the life cycle
    5. Delineate the role of hospital pharmacists within the context of this issue
      a. Identify the various roles for hospital pharmacists
      b. Classify some actions that can be taken within these roles
    6. Illustrate what hospital pharmacists can do to help with this issue
      a. Identify at least 3 strategies for waste minimization and source reduction within personal activities and work activities

    Sponsored by: image

    Release date: March 1, 2013.

    A.C.P.E. #0056-9999-13-089-H04-P

    Designed for pharmacists, this self-paced, knowledge-based course will explore the issues of pharmaceuticals and the environment.

    Learning Objectives:

    After completing this course, participants will be able to:

    1. Explain the issue of pharmaceuticals and the environment
      a. Define the context of the issue
    2. Recognize how pharmaceuticals get into the environment
    3. Define the life cycle of pharmaceuticals
      a. Describe five parts to the life cycle of pharmaceuticals
    4. Differentiate ways to mitigate or reduce waste throughout the life cycle
    5. Delineate the role of hospital pharmacists within the context of this issue
      a. Identify the various roles for hospital pharmacists
      b. Classify some actions that can be taken within these roles
    6. Illustrate what hospital pharmacists can do to help with this issue
      a. Identify at least 3 strategies for waste minimization and source reduction within personal activities and work activities

    Sponsored by: image

    Release date: March 1, 2013.

  • Pharmaceutical Waste Online Course 2: Pharmaceuticals in the Environment - Hazardous Pharmaceutical Waste Management

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Designed for pharmacists, this self-paced, knowledge-based course will explore why pharmaceuticals in the environment is an emerging issue of concern.

    A.C.P.E. #0056-9999-13-091-H04-P

    Designed for pharmacists, this self-paced, knowledge-based course will explore why pharmaceuticals in the environment is an emerging issue of concern.

    Learning Objectives:

    After attending this program, the participant should be able to:

    1. Describe why pharmaceuticals in the environment is an emerging issue of concern
    2. Characterize at least two different types of pharmaceutical waste, especially hazardous pharmaceutical waste
    3. Identify the authorities (at least 3) who regulate waste at the local, state, and federal government as well as other organizations who have a role in waste disposal including Joint Commission
    4. Explain what happens to this waste and its effect on the environment

    Sponsored by: image

    Release date: March 1, 2013.

    A.C.P.E. #0056-9999-13-091-H04-P

    Designed for pharmacists, this self-paced, knowledge-based course will explore why pharmaceuticals in the environment is an emerging issue of concern.

    Learning Objectives:

    After attending this program, the participant should be able to:

    1. Describe why pharmaceuticals in the environment is an emerging issue of concern
    2. Characterize at least two different types of pharmaceutical waste, especially hazardous pharmaceutical waste
    3. Identify the authorities (at least 3) who regulate waste at the local, state, and federal government as well as other organizations who have a role in waste disposal including Joint Commission
    4. Explain what happens to this waste and its effect on the environment

    Sponsored by: image

    Release date: March 1, 2013.

  • Pharmaceutical Waste Online Course 3: Pharmaceuticals in the Environment - Blueprint for Change

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Designed for pharmacists, this self-paced, knowledge-based course will provide an overview of pharmaceuticals in the environment and why this is an issue.

    A.C.P.E. #0056-9999-13-090-H04-P

    Designed for pharmacists, this self-paced, knowledge-based course will provide an overview of pharmaceuticals in the environment and why this is an issue.

    Learning Objectives:

    After completing this course, participants will be able to:

    1. Describe an overview of pharmaceuticals in the environment and why this is an issue
    2. Review of categories of pharmaceuticals and waste management
    3. Identify at least three management options for reducing waste
    4. Describe several options for implementing ways to reduce hospital pharmaceutical waste
    5. Explain key concepts for patient education for reducing pharmaceutical waste by the public
    6. Explicate more “up-stream" approaches and potential implementation options

    Sponsored by: image

    Release date: March 1, 2013.

    A.C.P.E. #0056-9999-13-090-H04-P

    Designed for pharmacists, this self-paced, knowledge-based course will provide an overview of pharmaceuticals in the environment and why this is an issue.

    Learning Objectives:

    After completing this course, participants will be able to:

    1. Describe an overview of pharmaceuticals in the environment and why this is an issue
    2. Review of categories of pharmaceuticals and waste management
    3. Identify at least three management options for reducing waste
    4. Describe several options for implementing ways to reduce hospital pharmaceutical waste
    5. Explain key concepts for patient education for reducing pharmaceutical waste by the public
    6. Explicate more “up-stream" approaches and potential implementation options

    Sponsored by: image

    Release date: March 1, 2013.