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Transcript of FUTURE
-Drug information center.
advanced project 1
-practicing all pharmacy tasks.
-followed by a supervisor.
-have the duty to serve in psc for more generations.
2 program levels
students pre-medicinal and pharmacology
students post-medicinal and pharmacolgy
- lab observer
introducing pharmacy fields:
and overview tour
Drug information center
1-dispensing prescription medicines to the public
2-ensuring that different treatments are compatible
3-checking dosage and ensuring that medicines are correctly and safely supplied and labelled (pharmacists are legally responsible for any dispensing errors);
4-supervising the preparation of any medicines (not all are supplied ready made-up by the manufacturer);
5-keeping a register of controlled drugs for legal and stock control purposes;
6-liaising with doctors about prescriptions;
7-selling over-the-counter medicines;
8-counselling and advising the public on the treatment of minor ailments;
9-advising patients of any adverse side-effects of medicines or potential interactions with other medicines/treatments;
10-preparing dosette and cassette boxes, usually for the elderly, but also for those with memory/learning difficulties or who have several combinations of tablets to take, where tablets are placed in compartments for specified days of the week
11-undertaking Medicine Use Reviews (MUR), an advanced service to help patients understand how their medicines work and why they have to take them;
12-managing a needle and syringe exchange;
13-measuring and fitting compression hosiery;
14-monitoring blood pressure and cholesterol levels;
15-offering a diabetes screening service;
16-arranging the delivery of prescription medicines to patients;
17-managing, supervising and training pharmacy support staff;
18-budgeting and financial management;
19-keeping up to date with current pharmacy practice, new drugs and their uses.
at each step.