102. Prescribe and recommend Digital Tools as a health care provider

  • Science-based

    Based on most recented advances and publications in this fast-paced environment.

  • Multidisciplinary

    Doctors, pharmacists, nurses, dietitians and e-patients will all finish that course with valuable new knowledge

  • Accredited

    You'll earn CEs and CMEs while learning with us.

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:

  • Evaluate the prescribability of a Digital Tool

  • Select a Digital Tool for your patient in accordance with industry’s best practices

  • Highlight the main challenges related to the analysis of the prescribability and quality of a Digital Tool

  • Identify the latest initiatives that have emerged in Canada to support providers who want to recommend Digital Tools

Instructor

Alexandre Chagnon

Pharmacist and co-founder @ Therappx

Alexandre Chagnon

Alexandre has a strong background in Digital health. First, he earned a Telehealth Certificate from Jefferson U in 2017. He is completing a postgraduate degree in Health Informatics at Université Sherbrooke. He is Canada's Digital health ambassador for Digital Health Today, a member of ISfTeH and a clinician-fellow at Réseau-1 Québec. He also sits on the Digital Therapeutics Alliance's Clinician Advisory Board. Finally, he is a co-author for 3 scientific publications on a telehealth platform he founded in 2015, supported by more than 200 clinicians in the province of Quebec.
Michael Cardinal

Head of Clinical Operations @ Therappx

Michael Cardinal

Graduating from University of Montreal’s Doctor in Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program in 2017, Michael was soon recognized as a pharmacist committed to improving the care provided to the population and the renewal of practices in healthcare. Through his many engagements during his studies, he has been awarded with prizes and distinctions by the Canadian Association of Pharmacy Students and Interns (CAPSI), the Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA) and the Faculty of Pharmacy of Université de Montréal (UdeM).

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome in course 102

    • Instructor presentation
    • Why this course?
    • Before we begin...
    • 102 course notes (for you to download)
  • 2

    Objective 1. Evaluate the prescribability of a digital tool

    • Introducing the prescribability concept
  • 3

    Objective 2. Select a digital tool for your patient in accordance with industry’s best practices

    • Design, UX and security best practices overview
  • 4

    Objective 3. Highlight the main challenges related to the analysis of the prescribability and quality of a digital tool

    • Prescribability vs availability and RWE
  • 5

    Objective 4. Identify the latest initiatives that have emerged in Canada to support providers who want to recommend digital tools

    • Evaluation criteria and references
  • 6

    Conclusion

    • A last few words...
    • Relevant resources for you
    • Before going to the quiz, here are a few questions for us to improve

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