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Pharmacy

Introduction to Pharmacy Technician

Students are introduced to the relationships between pharmacy personnel, other health professionals, and the consumers of services. Students learn to interpret pharmaceutical abbreviations and use pharmacy resource books.

Course Code: PT-010
Grade Level: 8860 10S
Course Requirements: None
Communication Skills

This course promotes skills needed for communication with the public, with coworkers, and other health care professionals. Students will learn about their own communication styles and how to adapt them to various situations.

Course Code: PT-021
Grade Level: 8862 45S
Course Requirements: None
Medical Terminology

Common medical terminology and its application to human anatomy, physiology, drugs, and disease are presented.

Course Code: PT-025
Grade Level: 8863 45S
Course Requirements: None
Compounds and Medication

This course involves the identification of instruments and techniques used for compounding and dispensing. The selection and application of auxiliary labels and use of the pharmacy software Kroll are also included.

Course Code: PT-031
Grade Level: 8864 45S
Course Requirements: : None
Compounds and Medication II

In this course, the Assyst RxA pharmacy software is learned. Students learn the techniques used in sterile preparations, unit dose oral syringes, and blister packaging. Students have an opportunity to practice blood glucose monitoring and blood pressure measurement.

Course Code: PT-032
Grade Level: 8875 45S
Course Requirements: PT-031, PT-101
Applied Pharmacy Technician (Community)

In this course, students will be placed in a community pharmacy to experience a structured learning and work environment. Students will transfer and apply knowledge and skills to the practice of pharmacy as it applies to pharmacy technicians.

Course Code: PT-040
Grade Level: 8871 40S
Course Requirements: As advised by instructor
Applied Pharmacy Technician II (Institutional)

In this course, students will be placed in an institutional pharmacy to experience a structured learning and work environment. Students will transfer and apply knowledge and skills to the practice of pharmacy as it applies to pharmacy technicians.

Course Code: PT-044
Grade Level: 8872 40S
Course Requirements: PT-010, PT-031, PT-070
Applied Pharmacy Technician III (Community)

In this course, students will be placed in an community pharmacy to experience a structured learning and work environment. Students will transfer and apply knowledge and skills to the practice of pharmacy as it applies to pharmacy technicians.

Course Code: PT-045
Grade Level: 8873 40S
Course Requirements: PT-021, PT-040
Classification of Drugs

This course presents students with the major drugs and drug classes used in health care. Where pertinent, anatomy, physiology, pathology, and terminology will be reviewed or incorporated. This course is continued in Classification of Drugs II.

Course Code: PT-050
Grade Level: 8867 40S
Course Requirements: PT-010, PT-025, PT-031
Classification of Drugs II

This course covers drugs for disorders of nutrition and metabolism, alternative medicines and nutraceuticals, treatment of accidents and injuries, disease prevention, rehabilitation, death and dying as well as issues related to the health of men, women, and children.

Course Code: PT-055
Grade Level: 8874 45S
Course Requirements: PT-010, PT-025, PT-031, PT-050
Community Pharmacy Practice

This course covers the different community pharmacy operations, their advantages and disadvantages, the dispensary layout, and how drugs are classified with regards to how and where they may be offered for sale.

Course Code: PT-061
Grade Level: 868 45S
Course Requirements: None
Pharmaceutical Calculations

This course involves calculations using Roman numerals, fractions, and various pharmaceutical measurement systems and how to convert one to another. Calculations using ratio, proportion, percent, parts per million (ppm), milliequivalents (mEq), millimoles (mmol), and reducing and enlarging formulas are also included.

Course Code: PT-070
Grade Level: 8866 40S
Course Requirements: None
Pharmacy Law and Ethics (Professional Conduct)

This course will identify the various pharmaceutical associations and organizations relevant to the pharmacy industry. Federal, provincial, and private third party drug plans will be covered. Professional conduct for Pharmacy Technicians will be discussed in detail. Applications of the Manitoba Pharmaceutical Act, the Code of Ethics for Pharmacists, and a Code of Ethics for Pharmacy Technicians will also be studied.

Course Code: PT-091
Grade Level: 8869 45S
Course Requirements: PT-010
Institutional Pharmacy Practice

This course introduces students to the practice of pharmacy in institutional settings. The organization of health care provision in the province will be discussed and the pharmacy’s role within the health care system.

Course Code: PT-101
Grade Level: 8865 45S
Course Requirements: PT-010, PT-070

 

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