Education and provision of medications for the management of type 2 Diabetes.
Appendix 1-Oral antihyperglycemic agents
Appendix 2-prescription of diabetic supplies and performance of blood glucose monitoring at point of care
Appendix 3-Insulin management with basal insulin
Appendix 4-criteria for certification
Appendix 5-perform controlled acts and procedures
1.RPh, or RD will educate, change medication dosage, or implement new medications as per
(Appendix 1) Oral/Injectable Antihyperglycemic Agents, (Appendix 2) Prescription of Diabetic
Supplies and Performance of Capillary Blood Glucose Monitoring at Point of Care, and (Appendix
2.RPh, or RD will consult with the patient's family physician or on-call physician if patients are
experiencing adverse drug events.
3.RPh, or RD will phone new prescriptions to the patient's pharmacy or will write a prescription
as per usual standard with the family physician's or on-call physician's name on the prescription.
4.Review patient chart for most recent laboratory investigations.
5.RPh, or RD will order the appropriate laboratory tests on the EMR, using Laboratory Tests in
Adults with Diabetes (Appendix 6)
6.RPh, or RD will instruct the patient as to the indications for the requisition and whether a
fasting state is required for the test(s).
7.RPh, or RD will advise the patient to complete laboratory test at least one week prior to
appointment with IHP/Physician.
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