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تحميل الدليل التدريبي

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FIELD TRAINING 1
PHR 302

 

Description of the subject:

    By the end of this course , the student is expected to:

    1. Be oriented with the various departments in the health center.
    2. Arrange and store medications in the pharmacy.
    3. Read, prepare and label medications.
    4. Dispense medications under supervision.
    5. Have knowledge of generic names, brand names adverse effects, and precautions of drugs.
    6. Maintain inventory control.
    7. Learn how to order medicaments from the P.H.C. store and from the main store of M.O.H.
    8. Know about different vaccines, their methods of storage and transportation. Moreover the student must get a clear picture of the immunization. Programmers that take place in P.H.C.
    9. Have good knowledge of controlled and emergency drugs.

 

 

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CONTENT

 

 

COURSE TITLE AND CODE

 

 

FIELD TRAINING 1

PHR 302

 

 

DURATION

 

 

18 hours weekly for 15 weeks.

 

 

LEVEL

 

 

V

 

TEACHING STAFF REQUIRED

 

 

All Pharmacy Department staff of the college take part in field training 1.

 

 

PRECEDING COURSES

 

 

Pharmacology — Pharmaceutics — Pharmaceutical Material Management - Medical and Pharmaceutical Terminology - Principles of Microbiology

 

 

MAIN SUBJECTS

 

 

  1. Orientation to the new environment.
  2. Medications arrangement in the pharmacy and in the store.
  3. Learning generic and trade names of drugs.
  4. Reading, preparing and labeling medications.
  5. Dispensing medications.
  6. Ordering medications.
  7. Inventory control.
  8. Vaccines and immunization programs.
  9. Controlled and emergency drugs.
  10. General concepts of storehouse operations in the M.O.H.

 

 

 

MAIN TEACHING STRATEGIES

 

 

  1. College and P.H.C. staff direct interaction with the students at sites of training.
  2. Seminars and students’ presentations held in the college at the end of each training stage.

 

 

METHODS OF ASSESSMENT

 

 

  • Mid-Term exam (30 marks).
  • Course work (seminars and presentations) (20marks).
  • Attendance and behaviour (10 marks).
  • Final Theory Exam (40 marks).

 

 

REFERENCES

 

 

  1. Drug Formulary for Health Centers (recent copy).
  2. MIMS - Middle East (recent copy).
  3. British National Formulary (BNF) (recent copy).
  4. Medical Index (Middle East) (recent copy).
  5. Pharmacy Practice by: Patricia Stone & Stephen J.Curtis.

 

  

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