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Health Care Coworker Diversion Prevention (non accredited) - Technicians

Health Care Coworker Diversion Prevention (non accredited) - Technicians

Health Care Coworker Diversion Prevention (non accredited) - Technicians

Dr. Kurt Vanden Bosch
Dr. Kurt Vanden Bosch
on behalf of Appalachian College of Pharmacy

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Launch date: 29 Jun 2016
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Last updated: 27 Aug 2018

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Description

A comprehensive guide to Health Care Coworker Diversion Prevention

Objectives

At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
1: Identify the common warning signs of coworker addiction
2: List five ways in which diversion can occur in a health care environment
3: List five ways to prevent coworker diversion
4: Identify the steps to take in case of suspected diversion/loss
Dr. Kurt Vanden Bosch

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Dr. Kurt Vanden Bosch
on behalf of Appalachian College of Pharmacy

Dr. Kurt Vanden Bosch was born in Michigan, but grew up in Ripon, California. His first experience in health care was as a housekeeper in a hospital while in high school. He attended Dordt College in Sioux Center, Iowa where he received his B.A. degree in Biology. He then attended the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science where he obtained his B.S. in Pharmacy and Pharm.D. degrees. While he was in the Philadelphia area, he worked as a Pharmacy Technician in the retail and hospital environment. Following licensure, he worked as a Pediatric/Neonatal pharmacist at Bryn Mawr Hospital and as a staff pharmacist at the hospital in Havertown, PA. Following completion of his Pharm.D. degree in 1991, he began a position as Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator at Reid Hospital & Health Care Services in Richmond, Indiana, and then later as Pharmacy Director at that hospital until 2000.

In 2000, Dr. Vanden Bosch became Pharmacy Director at St. Luke’s Magic Valley Regional Medical Center in Twin Falls, Idaho, where he worked for 14 years. In addition to working on management and St. Luke’s Health System initiatives, he served as the Pharmacy Residency Program Director from the program’s inception in 2010 until 2014. He helped co-author poster presentations at the state and national level.

In the spring of 2014, he joined the faculty at Appalachian College of Pharmacy, currently serving as Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice with a focus on Pharmacy management and administration. He and his wife Juliann reside in Buchanan County, Virginia, and enjoy outdoor activities. They have two adult children that live in Idaho and Illinois.

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