Description of Individual Course Units
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of Course UnitYear of StudySemesterNumber of ECTS Credits
10320008T11356PHARMACY PRACTICE-IICompulsory364
Level of Course Unit
First Cycle and Second Cycle
Objectives of the Course
The objective of Training Course II is to provide students to be able to gain moderate knowledge, skills and experience about pharmacy practice.
Name of Lecturer(s)
Prof.Dr. Levent ÜSTÜNES
Learning Outcomes
1Carry out community pharmacy practice
2Put prior educational and experiential knowledge and skills into practice
3Execute patient counseling
4Execute prescription evaluation
5Understand and interpret formal health legislation moderately
Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Prerequisites and co-requisities
None
Recommended Optional Programme Components
Training Course II consists 120 hours and is fulfilled in the summer season following term 6. General notes on practice training. 01. One work day consists 6 hours. 02. Weekly trainings are 5 days (Monday – Friday) at least 30 hours. 03. Daily work hours are between 09.00 – 12.00 and 13.00 - 16.00. 04. Lunch break is between 12.00 - 13.00.
Course Contents
01. The structure and mechanism of a pharmacy 02. Jobs done in a pharmacy 03. Ordering pharmaceuticals and procedures for pharmaceuticals incoming from warehouses 04. Inventory control 05. Supplying prescriptions of contracted bodies 06. Mandatory records in pharmacies 07. Quack remedy problem in pharmacies 08. Record holding in pharmacies in terms of financial liabilities 09. Drugs that should be present in pharmacies 10. Legal audits in pharmacies 11. Supplying red prescriptions 12. Frequently used references in pharmacies 13. Over dose in prescriptions 14. Communication with patients in pharmacy 15. Medical devices in pharmacy 16. Patient records in pharmacy 17. Extemporaneous (magistral) preparations
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTheoreticalPracticeLaboratory
1• Meeting training instructor pharmacist and pharmacy staff and familiarizing with physical parts of the pharmacy • Obtaining general information about duties of pharmacy staff and jobs performed in pharmacy • Obtaining information about instruments, devices, equipments and their use (telephone, fax, computer, printer, cash register, refrigerator, security and alarm system, etc.) • To look over localization of pharmaceutical preparations in pharmacy • To look over localization and preservation of green and red prescription drugs in pharmacy • Specifying layout of the pharmacy • Watching Instructor pharmacist and preparing a report regarding his operations • Watching pharmacy support staff and and preparing a report regarding his operations • Understanding every aspect of and important issues in drug ordering process. • Following and summarizing the supply process of contracted body prescriptions. • Stating and holding mandatory records in pharmacy.The trainee will exercise subjects listed in theoretical lectures box in pharmacy
2• Situations in which a prescription could be suspected to be fraudulent and measures to be taken • Record holding and protection in pharmacy in terms of financial liability • Drugs that should be present in pharmacies • Legal audits in pharmacies • Red prescription issues • Drug delivery process in pharmacy • References used in pharmacies • Abbreviations in prescriptions • Monitoring patients and evaluating general expectations and understanding of patients • Pharmacist – Chamber of Pharmacists affairs • Pharmacist – Patient communication • Patient counseling • Good Pharmacy PracticeThe trainee will exercise subjects listed in theoretical lectures box in pharmacy
3• Over dose in prescriptions • Confidentiality of patient information • Pharmacy staff education • Informing patients • Prescription evaluation • Comparison of commercial pharmaceutical preparations • Medical Device Regulations • Non-prescription medicine delivery • Recording and protecting patient informationThe trainee will exercise subjects listed in theoretical lectures box in pharmacy
4• Frequently prepared extemporaneous (magistral) preparations • Guideline for Good Pharmacy Practice – Drug delivery, instructions for patients • Obstacles confronted in patient communication • Herbal hipnotics • Smoking cessation education in pharmacy • Guideline for Good Pharmacy Practice – Patient counseling • Prescription analysis – indication and potential drug interactions • Disease management in pharmacy practiceThe trainee will exercise subjects listed in theoretical lectures box in pharmacy
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Recommended or Required Reading
01. Staj Defteri II 02. RxMediaPharma İnteraktif İlaç Bilgi Kaynağı, Editör Prof.Dr. Levent ÜSTÜNES, GEMAŞ, İzmir.
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Activities are given in detail in the section of "Assessment Methods and Criteria" and "Workload Calculation"
Assessment Methods and Criteria
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Language of Instruction
Turkish
Work Placement(s)
Yes
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesNumberTime (hours)Total Work Load (hours)
Practice15345
Observation15230
Report Preparation10220
Self Study10110
Reading10110
Oral Examination111
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours)116
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