Hospital Pharmacy

Learn the basics you need to have to practice in a hospital settings from medication management to compounding
Instructed by Dr Anas Bahnassi

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  • Lectures 15
  • Video 5 Hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
  • Includes Lifetime access
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Course Description

The course introduces the student to the hospital settings through didactic lectures and practical excercises. The course helps create the knowledge and skills required by the pharmacists to practice in a health system. The course includes theories and operational skills which the student is expected to master

What are the requirements?

  • Basic information in pharmacy calculations
  • Basic mathematics
  • Basic management skills

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 15 lectures and 5 hours of content!
  • Identify the pharmacist's role in Hospital Settings.
  • Building a hospital formulary.
  • Mastering Hospital Pharmaceutical Calculations
  • Mastering Hospital terminology and applying it in hospital and clinical settings

What is the target audience?

  • Pharmacy Students
  • Hospital Pharmacists
  • Hospital Healthcare Professionals
  • Nurses
  • Procurement and Stock and Inventory Specialists

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.


2 pages
The Syllabus will provide a layout of the course, its contents, objective, and skills expected to be gained by students.
Section 1: Introduction to Hospital Pharmacy
14 pages

In this lecture, the student will be able to have basic definition of hospital pharmacy as an integrated service withing the hospital institution. We will address the requirements to have an acceptable pharmaceutical care in hospital settings and identify the role of pharmacists and technicians in these settings.

67 pages
This lecture describes the medicine management cycle, it explains the four steps of the cycle and the role of the pharmacist in the success of each step. The lecture provides certain knowledge and skills required for pharmacist practicing in the hospital settings
Section 2: Formularies
49 pages
Formulary system is becoming essential in any health system, this lecture describes the importance of this system, the pharmacist role in establishing and maintaining this system
Section 3: Hospital Pharmacy Calculations
42 pages

In this lecture, students will have the opportunity to apply different pharmaceutical calculations principles on hospital compounded formulations as well as on dose calculations and dosing frequency. 

Topics of isotonicity, equivalency, dilution, and infusion will be discussed taking into consideration the student's ability to convert between imperial and metric units.

In this video some pharmacy dosage calculations are being displayed with solutions.
Calculation IV Infusion Dosing
25 pages

This lecture will introduce the student to IV admixture system in the hospital pharmacy. The student will have the tools needed to start and admixture system in any hospital pharmacy

IV Admixtures According to USP 797
20 pages

Ambulatory Health Care Services in Hospital Pharmacy: this lecture will provide a platform to provide pharmaceutical care services in another yet widely common settings withing the hospital institution. Students will be familiar with different definitions and tasks performed in that settings.

Section 4: Multimedia
Interesting video shows step by step all aseptic technique to transfer a solution from a vial into and IV bag
A demonstration of applying aseptic technique in hospital pharmacy sterile compounding
A demonstration of applying aseptic technique in hospital pharmacy sterile compounding
A demonstration of applying aseptic technique in hospital pharmacy sterile compounding
A demonstration of applying aseptic technique in hospital pharmacy sterile compounding

Instructor Biography

Dr Anas Bahnassi, Professor of Pharmacy

Energetic, muticultural, concept oriented educator, with strong management skills, working on providing competency based education in the pharmaceutical field. With the use of information and communication technological tools, It is possible that we can make pharmaceutical education an intensive workshop to prepare the student or the pharmacist after graduation to have all the skills and the knowledge needed to tackle all the tasks that are needed to take an active role in the improvement of the health sector and the overall welfare of the community

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