Certificate of Completion
Develop your knowledge of how your role can support the deprescribing process for older people living with dementia.
Suitable for people working in:
Residential Care , Acute Care , Primary Care , Community Care , Respite Care , Palliative Care
This module is part of the course:
Too much of a good thing
On completion of this module you should be able to:
Describe the benefits and risks associated with deprescribing
Explain the general process of deprescribing
Discuss how nurses may be involved in deprescribing
Continuing Professional Education
A completion certificate for CPD credit is awarded upon successful completion of this module.
Dementia Training Australia is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Dementia and Aged Care Services Fund, funded by the Australian Government.
This online course was developed by Dementia Training Australia, University of Western Australia.
The following people are specifically acknowledged for their contribution:
Dr Andrew Stafford
Dr Amy Page
Dr Margaret Windbolt
Dr Chris While
Dr Natali Jokanovic
Professor Sarah Hilmer
Associate Professor Chris Etherton-Beer
Dr Emily Reeve
Dr Amelia Crabtree
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