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Tech Talk CE: Proactive strategies to combat stress and burnout in pharmacy

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In addition to the pandemic stressors, an everchanging scope of pharmacy practice, staff shortages, and the demands of working in a caring profession, pharmacy professionals are at risk of experiencing high levels of occupational stress and burnout. It is important that pharmacy technicians understand factors for the development of chronic stress and burnout, recognize its signs and symptoms and its impact on the pharmacy team.

This course is accredited by CCCEP for 1.25 CEUs; course number 1329-2023-3744-I-T.

An educational service for pharmacy technicians, brought to you by Teva.

Learning objectives

After successful completion of this continuing education program, pharmacy technicians will be able to:

  • Identify factors that contribute to the development of chronic stress and burnout.
  • Recognize signs and symptoms of chronic stress and burnout.
  • Identify strategies for preventing and managing chronic stress and burnout.

Course author: Sarah-Lynn Dunlop, MEd, BA, RPhT

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