Patient Support Programs

Counselling Guides

Helping you help your patients.

Educating your patients about diseases and how to treat them can help lead to better adherence, improved care, reduced risk of complications and better quality of life. Our counselling guides provide you with a comprehensive overview of risks and treatment strategies for a variety of diseases.

ADHD Counselling Guide

This guide addresses:

  • an overview of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), including symptoms and comorbidities, as well as myths about the condition
  • information about managing ADHD in children and adolescents, including different classes of medications
  • techniques for communicating with parents/caregivers and teachers to promote improved knowledge about ADHD and related management strategies, and ultimately enhance ADHD outcomes

You will receive 2.0 CE units upon successful completion of the short multiple choice quiz at the end of this guide. To download a PDF copy of the ADHD Counselling Guide, click here.

To see the ADHD Adult Community Seminar from Teva Canada, click here.

Diabetes Counselling Guide

This guide has been designed to help you optimize blood glucose control for your patients with diabetes by providing you with:

  • an overview of diabetes management guidelines
  • detailed information about specific medication therapy options for diabetes
  • strategies for counselling patients with diabetes to promote adherence with treatments
  • approaches to help patients manage hypoglycemia

You will receive 1.0 CE unit upon successful completion of the short multiple choice quiz at the end of this guide. To download a PDF copy of the Diabetes Counselling Guide, click here.

To see more diabetes resources from Teva Canada, click here.

Dyslipidemia Counselling Guide

This guide addresses:

  • pharmacological options for the treatment of dyslipidemia
  • assessing cardiovascular (CV) risk for your patient
  • determining treatment strategy based on the level of CV risk
  • implementing treatment strategies
  • healthy behaviour-modification strategies
  • the pharmacist’s role in recommending treatment for the management of dyslipidemia.

You will receive 1.0 CE unit upon successful completion of the short multiple choice quiz at the end of this guide. To download a PDF copy of the Dyslipidemia Counselling Guide, click here.

To see more dyslipidemia resources from Teva Canada, click here.

HIV Counselling Guide

This guide can help you better care for patients with HIV by providing you with:

  • The latest information about HIV, the stages of infection, treatment and testing
  • Strategies for educating patients about pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and other prevention measures
  • An overview of the goals of HIV treatment
  • A detailed summary of antiretroviral medications including mechanism of action, role in therapy and potential challenges in management
  • Approaches for effective communication with patients with the goal of improving knowledge about HIV and related treatments, and enhancing medication adherence

You will receive 2.0 CE units upon successful completion of the short multiple choice quiz at the end of this guide.

To download a PDF of the HIV Counselling Guide, click here.

Immunization and Injection Counselling Guide

This guide includes:

  • rules and regulations for pharmacist injectors according to province
  • vaccination schedules for all ages
  • a refresher on vaccine components and timing
  • benefits, administration protocols, risks and FAQs for frequently used vaccines
  • travel vaccine options and tips
  • tips for communicating with patients about vaccine myths
  • 10 multiple choice questions, which will count toward 1.0 CE unit.

You will receive 1.0 CE unit upon successful completion of the short multiple choice quiz at the end of this guide. To download a PDF copy of the Immunization and Injection Counselling Guide, click here.

To see more immunization and injection resources from Teva Canada, click here.

Osteoporosis Counselling Guide

This guide addresses:

  • assessing osteoporotic fracture risk
  • identifying medications that may affect bone density and quality
  • choosing the most appropriate therapy
  • pharmacological options for preventing and treating osteoporosis.

You will receive 1.0 CE unit upon successful completion of the short multiple choice quiz at the end of this guide. To download a PDF copy of the Osteoporosis Counselling Guide, click here.

To see more osteoporosis resources from Teva Canada, click here.


Questions?

If you have any questions about this or any other Teva Canada resources for pharmacists or pharmacy technicians, please contact your Teva Canada Sales Representative or email TevaPharmacySolutions@tevacanada.com.






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