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136.2 Institutional Pharmacy Procedures

<meta name=”robots” content=”noindex”>In Institutional Pharmacy Procedures, students will gain an understanding of pharmacy procedures in a hospital. Students will work hands-on to demonstrate their understanding of filling, dispensing, preparing and labeling the various types of prescription drugs. The importance of sterilization and infection control will also be examined throughout this course.

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137.2 Compounding

<meta name=”robots” content=”noindex”>In this course, students will also explore the importance of compound policies and procedures in a pharmacy. Students will apply their knowledge of formulations and techniques to perform critical dosage and compounding calculations. Topics of interest include weighing, leveling, trituration, and geometric dilution.

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132.2 Pharmacology 1

This course introduces students to the basics of pharmacology. Students will explore how drugs work in relation to anatomy and physiology. Topics of interest include their relation to musculoskeletal, integumentary, and digesting system.

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133.2 Pharmacology 2

This course introduces students to the basics of pharmacology. Students will explore how drugs work in relation to anatomy and physiology. Topics of interest include their relation to musculoskeletal, integumentary, and digesting system.

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134.2 Pharmacy Calculations

In this course, students will develop math calculation skills that are used in both community and institutional pharmacy practice. Different types of calculations will be introduced such as how to interpret medication dose, ratio-proportion methods, conversions, and abbreviations.

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135.5 Community Pharmacy Procedures

Community Pharmacy Procedures provides students with an overview of the community health care system. Students will learn about community pharmacy procedures such as current technology, monitoring, and drug administration. Quality assurance will be emphasized throughout this course.

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131.2 Anatomy and Physiology

In this course, students gain a fundamental understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Students will explore topics such as structure, function, and terminology. Students will learn to describe the anatomy of systems such as the digestive, musculoskeletal, and cardiovascular systems.

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130.1 Health and Ethics

<meta name=”robots” content=”noindex”>This course provides students with coverage of health, ethics and privacy in today’s pharmacies. Related topics include HIA, FOIP and Ethics from the Alberta College of Pharmacists

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138.1 Pharmaceutical Software

This course provides students with an overview of pharmacy software in both community and institutional settings. Students will learn how to effectively and efficiently use the KROLL pharmacy software.

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134.1 Pharmacy Calculations

In this course, students will develop math calculation skills that are used in both community and institutional pharmacy practice. Different types of calculations will be introduced such as how to interpret medication dose, ratio-proportion methods, conversions, and abbreviations.

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