Pharmacy Practice I_Aug28_2012syllabus (5)

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Course objective(s): 1, 8 Discussion AJPE article on the inclusion of cultural competency training in the health professions (posted to Blackboard) Dr. Umland 9/13 The Prescription Course objective(s): 3, 4 Pharmaceutical Calculations – online tutorial Course objective(s):5 Lecture/Discussion/Cases Online Quiz #1 – The Prescription Reading: pp. 83-85, Kelly Access, participate in the Pharmaceutical Calculations online tutorial Mr. William Balas, RPh 9/20 History of Pharmacy Course objective(s): 2 Reading: pp.4-9 and 66-69, Kelly Quiz #2 – Pharmaceutical Calculations distributed (due at the start of class on 10/11) Dr. Finley 9/27 No Class Meeting This Week JHM Orientation on 9/28 Follow Instructions/Assignment per the JHM Communications 10/4 No Class Meeting This Week Library Orientation – Hamilton 616 on Monday, 10/1 from 12:30-2pm OR Tuesday, 10/2 from 3-4:30pm Course objective(s): 1, 9 Interactive presentation on library skills. See Appendix A for your assigned time. Online assignment based upon this orientation session will be posted under assignments and available for completion from Tuesday, 10/2 at 4:30pm until Dan Kipnis
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August 28, 2012 3 Monday, 10/8 at 11:59pm. 10/11 Pharmacy Law: Controlled Substances Act Course objective(s): 3, 4 Lecture Cases and Discussion Online Quiz #3 – Controlled Substances Act Mr. William Balas, RPh 10/18 The pharmacist as a professional Professionalism Oath of a Pharmacist Course objective(s): 1, 6, 7 Lecture, Discussion Reading: pp. 16-19, Kelly Dr. Hess 10/25 History of Pharmaceutical Care Course objective(s): 2 Chapter 7, Kelly Quiz # 4 – Pharmaceutical Calculations distributed (due at the start of class on 11/8) Dr. Hess 11/1 Cultural Competency – Culture: The patient’s perspective Discussion Reflection paper question assigned; one- page paper due to the course’s digital drop box by 11/8 at 11:59pm. See Appendix B Dr. Umland 11/8 Ethical Principles in Pharmacy Course objective(s): 6 Lecture/Discussion/Work on Cases See Appendix C Dr. Umland 11/15 No Class Meeting JHM Debriefing on 11/12 Course objective(s): 1, 7, 8 11/22 Happy Thanksgiving! 11/29 Ethics Cases Course objective(s):6 Group discussion Dr. Umland 12/6 Ethics Cases Course objective(s):6 Group discussion Dr. Umland J. Student Evaluation 1. Quizzes a. Online Quiz #1, The Prescription – will be posted / available for completion from Thursday, September 13 at 11am until Monday, September 17 at 9pm b. Quiz #2, Pharmaceutical Calculations - will be distributed in class on Thursday, September 20; due at the start of class on 10/11 c. Online Quiz #3, Controlled Substances – will be posted / available for completion from Thursday, October 11 at 11am until Monday, October 15 at 9pm d. Quiz #4, Pharmacy Calculations - will be distributed in class on Thursday, November 8; due at the start of class on 11/29 2. Jefferson Health Mentors Program (Assesses course objectives 1, 7, 8) a. Participation in the JHM orientation on 9/28 and the Small Group Session on 11/12. b. Successful completion of team assignment(s) c. Completion of self/peer/team evaluation forms as assigned 3. Ethics Cases (See Appendix C at the end of the course outline) a. Each group must submit its case to the course’s digital drop box by Wednesday, November 28 at 12noon.
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