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Course Specification
Quality Assurance Unit
Department of …………………
Assiut University
Faculty of Pharmacy
Hospital Pharmacy
1-Basic Information
Title: Hospital Pharmacy ( Clinical Pharmacy Program)
Code: PP 703
th
Level : 7
Semester
Department : pharmaceutics
Unit: 5
Lecture:
2
Tutorial
Practical: 1
Total: 3cr.hr.
2- Aims of Course
The course aims to make the student able to recognize the pharmacist administrative
and technical services in the hospital. This comprises hospital administration, patientcare activities and pharmacist technical services in hospital including basic and special
drug therapy. Participating in the hospital’s medication distribution systems.
Performing calculations, compounding preparations, manipulation of IV admixtures
and preventing incompatibilities during therapy.
3- Intended Learning Outcomes of Course(ILOs)
a-
Knowledge and Understanding:
After completing this course the student will be able to:
a1- Distinguish the different organizations of hospital pharmacy
departments , services and procedures.
a2- Deal with pharmaceutical care and the contemporary role of
the pharmacist in the hospital setting..
a3-manage effectively financial and human resources.
b-Intellectual Skills:
After completing this course the student will be able to:
b1-Apply their knowledge to prepare parentral infusions for individual
patient use.
22-Acquire problem solving skills, and controlling incompatibilities during
dispensing or administration to the patient.
b3-Chosse rationally the optimal adjuvant used for delivery of the drug
formula.
b4- Deal with scientific data and prepare reports to be discussed with
instructors.
b5- Calculate the dosages for adults and pediatrics on scientific
basis.
c-Professional and practical Skills:
After completing this course the student will be able to:
c1- Deal with therapeutic regimens for special categories of seriously
ill patients.
c2- Manage risk issues concerning prevention of the risk of drug – drug interactions
and incompatibilities in pharmaceutical preparations.
c3- Use properly the pharmaceutical and medical terms and abbreviations.
c 4- Monitor microbial growth in pharmaceutical preparations in time of preparation
and administration to the patient.
d-General and Transferable Skills:
After completing this course the student will be able to:
d1- Apply information technology skills to control drug inventories
and human resources management.
d2- Have effective verbal and nonverbal communication skills.
d3- Acquire a good command of medical terminology which enables him
to deal freely with the medical team.
d4- Apply all aspects concerning drugs, purchase, supplies, storage etc.so
show decision making abilities .
d5 - Command good skills to offer counseling to patients.
4- Course Contents
A-Lectures:
Topic
Hospital pharmacy definition and
prospective, introduction for the whole
course contents and objectives.
No.
of
cr.hr
s
3
Tutoria
Lecture l /
Practic
al
2
1
Drug distribution systems in hospitals, large
volume parenterals.
3
2
1
Drug information services and poison center,
and
pharmacy and therapeutic committee
Considerations in developing hospital
pharmacy program.
Large volume parenterals ( cont. )
Drug incompatabilies in infusion solutions.
Drug monitoring.
3
2
1
3
2
1
3
2
1
3
2
1
2
Renal dialysis.
Renal dialysis.
Educational activities and training
services.
Residency training schedule.
Hospital administration.
Society of hospital pharmacists and
hospital formulary system.
Rational use of drugs and essential drug
list .
3
2
1
3
3
2
2
1
1
3
3
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
3
2
1
Clinical services
* Clinical functions and classification.
* Drug misadventure and drug-related
problems.
* Patient-data base.
B- practical Lessons
No.
Date
Subject
1
16/9/2012
Surgical dressings
2
24/9/2012
Sterilization
3
1/10/2012
Preparation of transfusion fluids introduction+
Nacl, Dextrose
4
8/10/2012
Nacl& Dextrose+ Mannitol+ Ringer's solution
preparations
5
15/10/2012
Isotonicity+ problems
6
22/10/2012
Parenteral incompatibilities
7
29/10/2012
Testing of raw materials used in preparation of
transfusion fluids+ testing of water for injection
8
5/11/2012
testing of Nacl +Dextrose+ Mannitol
9
12/11/2012
Parenteral medications+ problems
10
19/11/2012
Syringes
11
26/11/2012
Wound management
12
3/12/2012
Handling of data
13
17/12/2012
Exam
3
5- Teaching and Learning Methods
4.1- Theoretical lectures
4.2- Small group discussions
4.3- Students contribution in collecting data
4.4- Practical sessions including pharmaceutical calculations and case
Studies.
6- Teaching and learning methods for disables
- Repeating explaining some lessons and solving difficult problems.
- Encourage students to contribute and ask questions.
- Create interactive discussions in small groups.
7- student Assessment
a- Student Assessment methods
6.1-Periodical quizzes
6.2- practical examinations
6.3- Oral examination
6.4- Final theoretical exam.
to assess knowledge & understanding
to assess practical acquired skills
to assess understanding & ability to express
to assess knowledge, intellectual
,professional and general skills.
b- Student Assessment Schedule
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Assessment
Periodical
practical
oral
theoretical
c- Weighting of Assessments
No.
Exam.
1.
Mid-Term Examination
2.
Final-Term Examination
3.
Oral Examination
4.
Practical Examination
5.
Semester Work
6Other types of assessment
Total
week
8th
12th
15th
15th
Mark
15
70
20
45
%
10
46.5
13.5
30
100%
8- List of References
a-Course Notes
Authorized course notes are available to the students
b- Essential Books (Text Books)
1.Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics by: Roger Walker, Cate Whittlesea;
Elsevier Health Sciences, 5th edition (2011).
4
2- Clinical pharmacy and Hospital drug management. By ,Lawson ,1982
3- A practical Guide to pharmaceutical care by John P. Rovers, Jay D. Currie, Harry P.
Hagel, Randy P. McDonough, Jenelle L. Sobotka. APhA Publications; 2nd edition
(2003).
c-Recommended Books:
Patient Assessment in Pharmacy Practice: By Rhonda M. Jones and Raylene M.
Rospond. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; Second edition (2008).
d- Periodicals, Web Sites, …. etc
Some periodicals and selected web sites are available in the Drug
Information Center.
Course Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Tahani Hassan Elfaham
Head of Department: Prof .Dr. Ibrahim Elgebaly
Program Coordinator: Dean of the faculty
Date: 13 / 10 /2012
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University
Assiut
Faculty
Pharmacy
Department
Course Title
Hospital pharmacy
Course Code.
PP 703
Pharmaceutics
Matrix of the Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) of the Course
Topic
Week
Knowledge and
Understanding
Intellectual Skills
Professional and
Practical Skills
General and
Transferable Skills
Hospital pharmacy definition and
prospective, introduction for the
whole course contents and
objectives.
1
a1,a13
b2
c1,
d1
Drug distribution systems in
hospitals,
large volume parenterals.
2
a13
b9
c12
d1
3
a3,a6
b1
9c
d2
Drug information services and poison
center.
4
a14
b6
c5
pharmacy and therapeutic committee
Considerations in developing
hospital pharmacy program.
4
5
a11
a11
6
a8
7
8
9
a7
a7
a17
10
a17
Drug incompatabilies in infusion
solutions.
Drug monitoring.
Renal dialysis.
Educational activities and
training services
Residency training schedule.
c6
c6
d2
d3
d1,d2
c7
d3
b1, b2
b3
b2,b3
c7
c8
c5
d3,d4
d1,d9
d8
b3
c6
d8
b1
4
Hospital administration.
Society of hospital pharmacists
and hospital formulary system.
Rational use of drugs
11
12
a13
a13
b3
b5
c6
c6
d7
d7
13
a8
b6
c3
d3
essential drug list .
13
a3
b3
c6
d3
Clinical services
14
a13
b8
c6
d3
Course Coordinator : Prof. Dr. Tahani Hassan Elfaham
Head of Department Prof. Dr.Ibrahim Elgebaly
Date: 23 / 10 / 2012
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