Monday, October 31, 2011

Application For CA Home Medical Device Retailer Exemptee License

Here's where you can find the Application For CA Home Medical Device Retailer Exemptee License.

The application for the HMDR exemptee is provided for firms who wish to sell prescription Rx devices such as respiratory equipment, medical oxygen and other equipment identified as dangerous or legend devices under California law.

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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

CA HMDR Licensing Program - CDPH

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"This Program licenses all California and Out-of-State facilities and businesses who supply medical devices or durable medical equipment (DME) for use in the home to treat acute or chronic illnesses or injuries. There are three distinct licenses issued by the HMDR Program, in-state California firms, out-of-state firms, and (pharmacist) exemptees who are required employees of firms selling prescription, dangerous medical devices as described under California and Federal medical device laws."

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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Select e-Learning That Is Pure, Safe and Effective

This post, Select e-Learning That Is Pure, Safe and Effective | SkillsPlus International Info: 'via Blog this', originally appeared on the SkillsPlus International Info Blog and is reproduced with permission from the author.

Selecting an online e-Learning course is really rather simple.
  1. Identify the course you really need. An Internet search is a great way to learn what is offered.
  2. If they boast about being the least expensive, remember that you get what you pay for. The best business advice I ever got from one of my accountants was, never purchase cheap.
  3. Compare the objectives of each course versus your requirements.
  4. Call the vendor and ask if there is a handout. If not, begin to wonder if the vendor is afraid that the lesson content may not be accurate and not stand up to a critical review.
  5. Ask to see a preview of the course. If they do not offer a free preview, question what they are hiding. Be concerned that you will be paying a lot of money to read a book on your computer screen.
Demand more!

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Monday, October 10, 2011

An E-learning Black Box Warning: Caution, This Course May Be Hazardous to Your Sanity

This post, An E-learning Black Box Warning: Caution, This Course May Be Hazardous to Your Sanity | SkillsPlus International Info:   'via Blog this', originally appeared on the SkillsPlus International Info Blog and is reproduced with permission from the author.

I have taken many e-learning courses over many years. Recently I purchased an e-learning course that really needed to carry a black box warning: Caution this course may be…

After purchasing the class I signed in and after some struggling I finally found the first lesson. I clicked the link that said “start.” Well it did, sort of. A PowerPoint slide popped up. Now, I like PowerPoint if done well. However, this slide was full of text so small that I could not read it except by switching to my large screen monitor. There were two paragraphs of text. Now I must admit that I am getting a little older and perhaps the eye glasses need an update. So I waited for something to happen. I waited and waited, until I realized this was it. Read the text baby. So read I did, clicked continued, and finally got to the quiz. While taking the quiz, I wanted to review some content. No, that was not allowed. I responded to the questions the best that I could. If I missed the answer, the only feedback I got was, Incorrect!.

After one lesson I decided that there had to be a better way to learn. I found someone who offered the course in a true online e-learning environment.

Watch tomorrow’s blog to learn how to choose an e-learning provider.

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Sunday, October 9, 2011

Not All E-learning Is The Same

Online LearningImage via WikipediaThis post, Not All E-learning Is The Same | SkillsPlus International Info:  'via Blog this', originally appeared on the SkillsPlus International Info Blog and is reproduced with permission from the author.



Everybody wants to offer online e-learning solutions for their staff training and development needs. But not all e-learning is the same. E-learning should go beyond reading a book on a computer screen. Honestly, if I am going to read the words on a page I would rather be under a fluffy blanket, and be curled up on the couch with a pot of hot tea and some butter cookies. E-learning should make full use of the technology of the computer.
  • I want the instructor to talk to me, preferably, on the screen.
  • Add some pictures, or better yet, add some live action video and animation.
  • Provide some interaction to keep me fully engaged and challenged.
  • Provide a handout to go along with the course so I can use that as a memory jogger after I have completed the course.
  • E-learning developers, challenge yourself to go beyond republishing the text book on the computer screen.
  • E-learning purchasers, demand more from your providers.
Watch for tomorrow’s post for an e-learning black box warning.

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Saturday, October 8, 2011

CA Board of Pharmacy - Designated Representative Forms

California Designated Representative Application Forms - Board of Pharmacy

Updated August 2, 2017

Links in the original post broke.

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This is the CA.gov - Department of Consumer Affairs - Board of Pharmacy page for Application and Forms.

If you scroll down the page, you'll find the forms for Designated Representative (Exemptee). Included in the collection is the Designated Representative Wholesaler/Non-Resident Wholesaler application form.

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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

FL CDR - Search for Exam Grade Results

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10/06/2013 update.  CAUTION - there are old versions of the candidate information booklet (CIB) that can be found on the internet. Be sure you're referencing the most current version. Here's how to find it.

Go to the home page of the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation:
http://www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/

In the search box, enter "CDR CIB"  
In the search results, click on the file ". . . /CDR.CIB.pdf" and there you have it!

For your quick reference, here's the CDR CIB:  http://www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/servop/testing/documents/CDR.CIB.pdf
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Once you've taken the Florida Certified Designated Representative Laws and Rules Examination - Computer Based Test (CBT), no doubt you'll be eager to find out your grade and whether you passed or not.

According to the Candidate Information Booklet for the Florida Certified Designated Representative Laws and Rules Examination - Computer Based Test (CBT), dated March 2011, here's how you'll get your score:
  1. Preliminary Score
    - The preliminary report is intended to give you a general idea of how you scored, but is not official or legally binding, and cannot be used to gain licensure or employment
    - On Screen:  The preliminary score will be given to you immediately following completion of the examination, and will appear immediately on the computer screen
    - On Paper:  A preliminary score report will be printed at the examination site
  2. Official Score
    - Scores may  be changed after expert review if they find a technical problem, misconduct, or unusual pattern in exam question responses.  This means that your preliminary score report may not reflect your true score.
    - Official examination results can be obtained online after ten business days from:
    Florida Department of Health - Examination Grade Report Search Page
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