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Professional Practice III Lab (PHM 329). Course Coordinator: Annie Lee. Professional Practice III Lab. All Labs on Tuesday mornings (9 – 12 p.m.) – 5 labs, alternating weeks + lab exam Group A (start Jan. 8) – Lab exam April 1 Group B (start Jan. 15) – Lab exam April 8

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Professional practice iii lab phm 329

Professional Practice IIILab (PHM 329)

Course Coordinator:

Annie Lee


Professional practice iii lab

Professional Practice III Lab

  • All Labs on Tuesday mornings (9 – 12 p.m.) – 5 labs, alternating weeks + lab exam

  • Group A (start Jan. 8) – Lab exam April 1

  • Group B (start Jan. 15) – Lab exam April 8

  • No lab Reading week & Pain week

  • Each 3 hours-1.5 h – Dispensing Section

    - 1.5 h – Pharmaceutical Care

    Skills


Course objectives see syllabus for more details

Course Objectives(see syllabus for more details)

  • Apply knowledge from therapeutics, pharmacology, self-med, jurisprudence, and other courses taken

  • Apply principles of communication to role-play situations

  • Use a structured approach to identify patient’s needs with respect to PC model in role playing situation and written case scenarios


Dispensing section

Dispensing Section

  • 1 verbal RX

  • 2 written RX with lab values

  • Pharmacist note – see handout

  • Sign up sheets with lab practice times are posted across the hall from PPL 750


Pharmaceutical care skills

Pharmaceutical Care Skills

  • Patient interviewing and recommendations

  • Small groups – each student will role-play with TA – each interaction last 10 minutes and then feedback

  • Address the DRPs and counsel on meds

  • Topics for each lab in syllabus – from Therapeutics/Pharmacology/ Self-Med

  • Device demonstration – will provide opportunity for students to go in lab to practice

  • Insulin Pen training in January – sign up sheets will be posted


Pc skills labs

PC Skills Labs

  • Lab 1 – Gathering Info

    • Minimum standard – current medical problems, current medications, allergies & ADR (nature of allergy or reaction)

  • Lab 2 – Identifying Option and Management Strategies – Device Demo

  • Lab 3 – Identifying Option and Management Strategies

  • Lab 4 & 5– Follow-up and Putting it all together


  • Assessment

    Assessment

    • Each component will have Honours/Pass /Fail (written, verbal, PC)

    • PC component will have verbal feedback & written assessment from TA

    • Example assessment forms at end of syllabus

    • Missed lab policy – see syllabus


    Remedial work

    Remedial Work

    • See syllabus – p. 16

    • Return of Assessment forms – Thursday 12:30- B2

    • If you receive “Fail” in any component of the lab – follow up is required

    • Failure to submit remedial work on time will result in automatic “Fail” for your next lab

    • Verbal prescription tutorial – Monday at 12 p.m. in the lab – for labs 1 & 2

    • Written prescription remedial – submit Monday 1pm

    • PC Skills Tutorial – done in groups within 1 week after the lab (group times will be posted)


    Course assessment

    Course Assessment

    • Term Work – 3 components

    • Final Lab Exam – 3 components

    • Overall Course Mark – Term Work + Lab Exam


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