Rikki Doyle – ISO 80369 – Small-Bore Connectors for Liquids and Gases in Healthcare Applications


Rikki-Doyle.jpgRikki began in healthcare over 22 years ago and is currently a Registered Pharmacy Technician with the Alberta College of Pharmacy. She has spent much of her pharmacy career in hospital practice working for Alberta Health Services in both Calgary and Central Alberta. After working as an education assistant for a Pharmacy Technician Diploma Program in Calgary she took a specific interest in adult education. In 2020 she completed a certificate specializing in Adult and Community education. She considers herself lucky to have had the opportunity to practice in unique roles as a Pharmacy Technician such as an education assistant, medication safety technician and currently as a temporary technical practice leader. Rikki prides herself on continuous improvement, critical thinking, and innovation.

Presentation Description

In this presentation, attendees will learn what ISO 80369 is, a short history of the luer, ISO 80369 and patient safety, ISO 80369 standard series: the seven parts, and Alberta Health Service’s transition to ENfit.

Learning Objectives

  1. Participants will learn the purpose and scope of ISO 80369.
  2. Participants will learn how compliance with ISO 80369 has the potential to improve patient safety.
  3. Learn what Alberta Health Services has done to work towards meeting the ISO 80369 standard.


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