Hospital Pharmacy

$ 180   $144

Beginner Level
Unlimited Access
Accredited Certificates

Course Overview

Explore the dynamic field of hospital pharmacy with our training course. Learn about preventing medication errors, managing adverse drug reactions, and mastering automated dispensing cabinets. Cultivate a patient-centric safety culture and navigate high-risk medications and medication repackaging. Additionally, delve into the key features of pharmaceutical services within hospital-based pharmacies, discovering unmet needs, and honing leadership skills as a professional pharmacist.

What you'll learn

  • Strategies for mitigating medication errors and enhancing patient safety. Examination of ADRs, encompassing their identification, management, and reporting.
  • Learning management of Automated Dispensing Cabinets (ADCs) for accurate medication distribution.
  • Exploration of screening protocols and their role in minimizing medication-related risks.
  • A focused approach to high-risk medications, addressing their safe use and monitoring.
  • Understanding the complexities and best practices associated with pharmaceutical repackaging processes in healthcare settings.

Course Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in pharmacy or similar degree.

Content "Hospital Pharmacy" (3H:05Min)

Lecture Title Watch
1. Hospital Pharmacy Intro images   1:36
2. Stages of collaborative working relationships   3:40
3. Medication errors   2:48
4. Strategies for reducing prescribing errors images   4:34
5. Strategies for reducing administration errors & Technologies to prevent the 5 rights errors   4:31
6. Automated dispensing cabinets ADCs & Sound-Alike/Look-Alike Drugs   4:23
7. High alert medications   2:52
8. Strategies for reducing monitoring errors   1:35
9. Medications Reconciliation   4:22
10. PDSA Cycle   4:23
11. Root Cause Analysis ( RCA )   2:29
12. Failure Mode Effect Analysis ( FEMA )   2:02
13. Adverse drug events (ADEs) & Relationship between medication errors and ADEs   4:29
14. Etiology of ADRs   2:48
15. The Naranjo Algorithm   4:00
16. Passive surveillance & FDA’s MedWatch program   3:13
17. Why Report to MedWatch?   3:05
18. Passive surveillance programs disadvantages   1:25
19. Active surveillance and Sentinel sites   2:09
20. Sentinel site surveillance system and Registries   1:49
Lecture Title Watch
Open discussion and Q&A (Zoom Session)   2 Hours
Course Exam
Course Certificate
Hospital Pharmacy PDF download