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1127 High Ridge Road #1113
Stamford, CT 06905
USA

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Training

Workforce training and education

Vennue’s current intervention model trains pharmacy personnel in our proprietary curriculum for Patient-Centered Pharmacy Care. Our field-based education programs serve as a unique forum – or Vennue – for pharmacy learning and collaboration.

We hire and qualify locally registered pharmacists to serve as bilingual instructors of Vennue’s education modules to achieve targeted learning objectives. Our instructors also mentor Vennue’s students to follow best practices and become lifelong learners.

Guidelines and standard procedures are introduced to improve pharmacy performance. Case studies and role-playing exercises enrich the participatory learning experience. A focus area is effective patient counseling for those suffering from chronic illnesses that require lifetime treatment.

Help bring our model for change to more communities.


Learning modules

To ensure local relevance, our modules are tailored to participant education levels, identified gaps in pharmacy practice and local treatment options. 

  • Professionalism in the Pharmacy
  • Roles and Responsibilities of Pharmacy Staff
  • Basic Pharmacology
  • Dosage Forms
  • Good Dispensing Practice
  • Patient Counseling
  • Medication Adherence
  • Patient Safety and Drug Labeling
  • Adverse Side Effects
  • Drug Recalls
  • Drug Safety in Pregnancy
  • Patient Records
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Hospital Pharmacy Management
Drug Safety During Pregnancy and Lactation

Drug Safety During Pregnancy and Lactation

Chronic Disease Management: appropriate self-administration of insulin

Chronic Disease Management: appropriate self-administration of insulin

Patient Counseling: caring for an aging population

Patient Counseling: caring for an aging population


Our hospital’s pharmacy services have improved noticeably. Our patients are more satisfied with their experience at the pharmacy. This implies they are more likely to return to the hospital for future services with us, which means better continuity of care and of course, better health.
— Dr. M. Karim Kahn, Director of the Community Based College and Hospital, Bangladesh