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PHAR-6122

This course will focus on understanding concepts and developing skills fundamental to the practice of pharmacy, including methods of sterile and non-sterile medication preparation (e.g. reconstitution of oral powders for suspension, compounding of topical creams and ointments, encapsulation of dry powders), pharmacy calculations, and regulations and standards related to medication preparation. It will aslo introduce students to the medication use process; including medication procurement, inventory management, medication storage and security, and prescription transmission/receipt, interpretation, evaluation, fulfillment (including product selection, apportioning, packaging and labeling), dispensing, and record keeping. The students will learn to navigate computerized prescription processing systems, prescription benefits management systems, patient-based drug information systems, electronic medical records, and point-of-sale systems. Health literacy and cultural competency will be practiced and the student will be introduced to patient counseling and assessment skills. They will also practice communication with other health-care providers. Prerequisites: good standing in the P1 year of school of pharmacy; PHAR-6121 Pharmacy Practice Lab I.

Credits:
1.0
Academic Level:
Graduate
Department:
Pharmacy [PH]
Subject:
Pharmacy [PHAR]
Terms Offered:
(Term Legend)
2015SP, 2014SP, 2013SS
Course Offerings by Term
TermSectInstructorMeeting Location/Days/TimeCapUsed
2015SP01Dr. Jeb BallentineHSC 126 LAB M 02:00PM-04:50PM
Dates: 01/05/15-05/01/15
1615
2015SP02Dr. Jeb BallentineHSC 126 LAB T 01:00PM-03:50PM
Dates: 01/05/15-05/01/15
1613
2015SP03Dr. Jeb BallentineHSC 126 LAB W 02:00PM-04:50PM
Dates: 01/05/15-05/01/15
165