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UBC Health and the BC Centre on Substance Use have launched the new Substance Use and Addiction Lunch & Learn Series to provide foundational knowledge about substance use and addiction. This free webinar series is geared towards health program instructors and preceptors from any discipline who supervise students. However, anyone can benefit from this learning, and all are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Join us on November 19 for the first in the series.
The webinar will provide a high-level overview of substance use and addiction as well as the overdose crisis in BC. It will explore ways instructors and preceptors can address the harms of substance use through a health equity and social justice lens and general approaches to care for the management of addiction.
Tifaine Magnusson, BSc(Pharm), ACPR
Addiction Pharmacy Fellow, BC Centre on Substance Use
Clinical Pharmacist, Fraser Health
Tifaine Magnusson is a UBC Pharmaceutical Sciences alumni who has worked in both community and hospital pharmacy. She started her career in a small town compounding pharmacy and eventually transitioned to hospital care in the Lower Mainland. Tifaine completed her hospital residency in 2012 and currently works as a clinical pharmacist at Langley Memorial Hospital. She joined the BC Centre on Substance Use this fall in the role of Pharmacy Addiction Fellow and is very excited to be a part of the inaugural year of the program for pharmacists.
Posted October 16, 2021