Hospital Pharmacy

$ 180   $126

Beginner Level
3H:05Min
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Course Overview


In this course Dr.Nourhan talks about the key features of pharmaceutical services provided within and from hospital-based pharmacies. She demonstrates the required tools in recognizing the unmet needs inside hospital and how to take a leadership role in accomplishing the daily tasks as a professional pharmacist.

What you'll learn


  • Medication Errors, building a safer health system.
  • Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) or Side effects?
  • Automated dispensing cabinets (ADCs)
  • Patient Safety Goals
  • Medication inspection requirements
  • High Alert Medications
  • Repackaging Medications

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   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
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