Assessment Tools & Data

DCM Categories:

Multiple Perspectives/Learning Outcomes:

  1. Assist the pharmacist in the identification of patients who desire/require counseling, optimize the use of medications, equipment, and devices, prepare, store, and distribute medication product, collect, organize, and evaluate information for direct patient care, medication use review, and departmental management.
  2. Promote and maintain an image appropriate for the profession of pharmacy, function effectively as a member of the health care team, efficiently manage one’s work whether performed alone or part of a team, and demonstrate ethical conduct in all job related activities, and demonstrate a caring attitude toward patients.
  3. Balance obligations to one’s self, relationships, and work in a way that minimizes stress, resolve conflicts through negotiation and demonstrate good customer service techniques.
  4. Identify and explain the key components used when purchasing pharmaceuticals, devices, and supplies according to an established purchasing program and identify and explain the key components of inventory control in relation to medications, equipment, and devices.
  5. Identify and explain the use and side effects of prescription and non prescription medications used to treat common disease states.

Assessment Tool/Course:

  • Tests
  • Quizzes
  • Class Discussions
  • Classroom Activities
  • Clinical Experience
  • (PHT 104, PHT 113, PHT 114, PHT 115)

Application/Learning Outcomes:

  1. Initiate, verify, and assist in the adjudication of, and collect payment and/or initiate billing for pharmacy goods and services.
  2. Demonstrate receiving and screening a prescription/medication order for completeness and authenticity.
  3. Demonstrate proper aseptic technique for sterile compounding.
  4. Demonstrate proper pharmacy calculations for various pediatric and adult dosages and IV admixtures.
  5. Obtain technician certification.

Assessment Tool/Course:

  • Lab Activities
  • Clinical experience
  • Taking National Certification Exam
  • (PHT 104,PHT 105, PHT 106, PHT 113, PHT 114, PHT 115)

Communication/Learning Outcomes:

  1. Acquire command knowledge of federal and state laws that affect the practice of pharmacy and explain the HIPAA regulation and how it pertains to pharmacy.
  2. Assist the pharmacist in the identification of patients who desire/require counseling, optimize the use of medications, equipment, and devices, prepare, store, and distribute medication product, collect, organize, and evaluate information for direct patient care, medication use review, and departmental management.

Assessment Tool/Course:

  • Classroom Activities
  • Tests
  • Quizzes
  • Clinical Experience (PHT 104, PHT 105, PHT 113, PHT 115)
 
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