Learn the skills, strategies, tools, and actionable techniques to address disruptions in medication supplies, now and in the future.

ENROLLMENT FOR SEPTEMBER 7TH COHORT IS NOW CLOSED.

NEXT COHORT BEGINS SEPTEMBER 21ST.



NEW ENROLLMENT DATES ARE FOUND AT www.salusvitaegroup.com



About this program


This program is an eight-week, online program designed for diverse stakeholders in healthcare at all stages of their careers. The program will prepare you to address disruptions in medication supplies caused by drug shortages to minimize the impact on safety and quality of care in institutions. You will receive the training and resources required to develop actionable strategies and a certificate of completion at the end of the program.

Benefits


By participating in this program, you will:


Gain the skills, strategies, tools, and actionable techniques to address disruptions in medication supplies, now and into the future.


Enhance your confidence and be better equipped to address disruptions in medication supplies caused by drug shortages. 


Acquire the knowledge to create initiatives and safeguards that target the most pressing issues around drug shortages at your institution or practice.


Expand your perspective through exposure to diverse perspectives and information.


Apply the gained knowledge in practice to help save time and decrease the impact that drug shortages have on patient care.

Who should attend


Executives

•      Healthcare executives (e.g., CEO, COO, senior executives)
•      Department heads/directors, clinical executives
•      Administrators or managers



Front-line Healthcare Staff

•      Healthcare providers (e.g., pharmacists, physicians, nurses)
•      Pharmacy and therapeutics committee members
•      Supplier(s) & purchaser(s)
•      Informatics team
•      Pharmacy technicians



Policymakers

•      Individuals in public and private sectors developing policies pertaining to medications.


Other professionals interested in drug shortages are welcome to join the program.

This program is designed for diverse stakeholders in healthcare at all stages of their careers. Early, mid -, and senior professionals must be equipped to address the drug shortages. Several stakeholders and players have stepped up and are at the forefront of addressing access to medication concerns caused by drug shortages.

The lessons outlined in this program apply to professionals in all facilities, regardless of size, and across various healthcare settings (e.g., inpatient, outpatient, hospitals, clinical, medical groups, immediate and acute care settings, and community settings).

What you will learn



Module 1 | Comprehensive introduction to drug shortages


Module 2 | Macro- and micro-level details and realities of the drug shortage crisis


Module 3 | What experiencing drug shortages has done for healthcare delivery and public health


Module 4 | Lessons learned: what facing drug shortages have taught us over the years


Module 5 | Actionable strategies to utilize moving forward


How you will learn



Each week of the program, you will receive:


Self-guided videos covering the various topics


Bonus content with the latest updates on drug shortages


Faculty check-ins to address any questions

Time Commitment: One hour per week

How to enroll


The enrollment process is quick, easy, and requires no special documentation. Follow the prompts to enroll.

Meet the faculty


Dr. Rola Kaakeh

CEO at Salus Vitae Group

Faculty at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine



Dr. Rola Kaakeh is a fellowship-trained, licensed pharmacist with over thirteen years of experience in various settings (pharmacy practice, managed care, health systems, administration, public health and higher education). She is also affiliate faculty at the Northwestern University Institute for Global Health and Institute for Public Health and Medicine. Her impact has stretched across the international community to encompass overarching holistic countrywide policies to local, on the ground initiatives. She advises organizations globally on health system development, and has engaged with various institutions within the public and private sectors, non-governmental agencies such as the United Nations, universities, startups, and professional associations.


Her work highlighting the burden of drug shortages in the US has been cited over 200 times and used as supporting data for national policies and regulations. She has been very involved in education and training regarding the management of drug shortages, understanding the various dynamics involved, and helping evaluate and design processes (from institution to policy level) to improve access to medications. She comes to you with over a decade of experience in this space.

Seats are limited for the Exclusive Cohort.

​Fees increase after September 1st, 2020


This course is closed for enrollment.

Refund Policy: Due to the format of the program, all transactions are final. No refunds will be issued. Check our website for terms of use. 

Have Questions?


Do you have questions and need more information? Email us at [email protected].


We would be delighted to discuss the program with you and answer all your questions.

Read more about the program here.