Aligned to ASHP curriculum standards, this courseware teaches students the essential mathematics concepts and skills pharmacy technicians use on the job. Clear, complete examples and practice problems provide students with the required skills for calculating and preparing drug doses in both community and institutional pharmacy settings. Students are guided, step-by- step, through several calculation methods, including basic formula, ratio and proportion, dimensional analysis, and alligation.
Aligned to ASHP curriculum standards, this courseware provides students with comprehensive instruction on pharmacy technician practice along with coverage of business operations in a community pharmacy, infection control in the hospital, professionalism and ethics in the workplace, and advanced pharmacy technician careers.
Author(s): LISA MCCARTNEY
Aligned to ASHP curriculum standards, this courseware provides instruction and training for the compounding of sterile parenteral preparations, a specialized and advanced practice of pharmacy technicians in hospitals, long-term care facilities, and home health care. This practice requires mastery of aseptic technique, or the procedures that avoid the introduction of pathogens into the sterile compounding environment and the preparations themselves.