MP Pharmacy Technician: Practice and Procedures w/Student CD 1 9780077302368 Pharmacy Technician: Practice and Procedures provides a comprehensive approach to the training of a Pharmacy Technician. Written for students in career and community colleges, vocational schools, and pharmacy chain training programs, the text focuses on customer service and communication, critical thinking and problem solving, and emphasizes hands-on lab work. Pharmacy Technician: Practice and Procedures enlists technology, comprehensive educational methodologies and a range of resources to help students succeed.
MP Pharmacy Technician: Practice and Procedures w/Student CD

MP Pharmacy Technician: Practice and Procedures w/Student CD

1st Edition
By Gail Orum-Alexander and James Mizner
ISBN10: 0077302362
ISBN13: 9780077302368
Copyright: 2011

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ISBN10: 0077302362 | ISBN13: 9780077302368



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Program Details

Unit 1: The Pharmacy Technician

Chapter 1: Overview, Practice Settings and Organizations

Chapter 2: Basic Safety and Standards

Chapter 3: Communications and Customer Service

Chapter 4: Law and Ethics

Unit 2: Pharmacology and Medications

Chapter 5: Measurements and Calculations

Chapter 6: Introduction to Pharmacology

Chapter 7: Classifications of Drugs

Chapter 8: Over the Counter Agents

Chapter 9: Complementary and Alternative Modalities

Unit 3: Medication Management and Preparation

Chapter 10: Dosage Forms, Abbreviations, and Routes of Administration

Chapter 11: Extemporaneous Compounding and IV Admixtures

Chapter 12: Medication Errors

Chapter 13: Referencing

Unit 4: Practice Settings

Chapter 14: Retail Setting

Chapter 15: Hospital Setting

Chapter 16: Other Environments

Chapter 17: Inventory Management

Unit 5: Transition From Student to Technician

Chapter 18: Preparing for Your Career as a Pharmacy Technician

Chapter 19: Career Development

About the Author

Gail Orum-Alexander

James Mizner