|Numbering Code||U-PHA12 4B902 PJ86||Year/Term||2021 ・ Year-round|
|Number of Credits||10||Course Type||Practical training|
|Target Year||5th year students or above||Target Student|
TAKAKURA YOSHINOBU (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Professor)
YAMASHITA FUMIYOSHI (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Professor)
TSUDA MASAHIRO (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Senior Lecturer)
SO KANAKO (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Assistant Professor)
Instructors of Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences)
Pharmacist-in-charge at health insurance pharmacy (Part-time Lecturer)
|Outline and Purpose of the Course||Understand the social roles and responsibilities of pharmacies and acquire basic knowledge, skills, and attitudes regarding insurance dispensing, health, and hygiene in order to become part of the regional medical community.|
1. Understand the role played by items (drug names) handled in pharmacies in medical care, health, and hygiene; acquire basic knowledge and skills related to their management and preservation.
2. Acquire basic knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to drug-information-management operations at pharmacies to provide necessary information about the proper use of drugs.
3. Acquire basic knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to dispensing medicines, the proper use of medicines, and risk management, in order to properly perform pharmacy dispensing.
4. Acquire basic knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to the treatment of patients and customers at pharmacy counters in order to understand the role played by pharmacies and pharmacists in healthcare within the local community.
5. Learn the full duties of pharmacy pharmacists, including dispensing, medication guidance, and patient/customer service.
|Schedule and Contents||
1. Pharmacy items and management (1): Flow, management, and the storage of pharmacy items
2. Pharmacy items and management (2): Narcotics/psychotropic drugs, powerful drugs/poisonous drugs, etc.
3. Accessing and using information (1): Attitude and the acquisition and processing of information
4. Accessing and using information (2): Providing information
5. Pharmacy dispensing practice (1): Prescription reception, prescription inspection, and prescription inquiry
6. Pharmacy dispensing practice (2): Counting/measuring and dispensing
7. Pharmacy dispensing practice (3): Medication guidance
8. Pharmacy dispensing practice (4): Storage and management of dispensing records and prescriptions
9. Pharmacy dispensing practice (5): Safety measures
10. Counter work (1): Hospitality with patients/visitors, customer support
11. Counter work (2): Over-the-counter drugs and health foods, health management
12. Community medicine (1): Home care
13. Community medicine (2): Community medicine and welfare
14. Community medicine (3): Community health, school pharmacists
15. Case report: Presentation and discussion
|Evaluation Methods and Policy||The comprehensive assessment will be based on attendance, reports, and presentations. Students must participate actively in practical training and strive to master and improve their clinical skills and attitudes.|
|Study outside of Class (preparation and review)||In addition to reviewing all of the lessons studied prior to medical practice and pharmacy training, students are expected to keep a training record every day during their training. In addition, please note that voluntary efforts, beyond basic tasks involved in training (such as after-hours investigating and reporting on issues discovered during training) are also subject to evaluation.|
|References, etc.||『スタンダード薬学シリーズ、病院・薬局実務実習I,II』 (Toukyou Kagaku Doujin), 『調剤指針』 (Yakuji Nippousha)|
|Courses delivered by Instructors with Practical Work Experience||
A course that includes off-campus training classes.