96004 Professional Services 16cp; 8-12hpw (lectures and workshops) weeks 9-14
Requisite(s): 96003c Pharmaceutics AND 96002c Concepts in Pharmaceutical Sciences AND 96001c Introduction to Pharmacy AND 96015c Clinical Practice 1
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The pharmacist's role is evolving from a predominantly product orientation to a service and product model of health care, directed to patients and consumers of medicines. This subject addresses the service of dispensing prescription medicines, and the delivery of patient information using consumer medicine information (CMI) leaflets. Using an integrated approach, students develop their knowledge and skills in prescription processing, dispensing technologies, legal and ethical responsibilities and communication with consumers.
Autumn session, City campus
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