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AFAMS EO 012.01 Positions and Responsibilities Within a Pharmacy (Dari) 01/09/2013
AFAMS Importance of Lesson (Dari) •When you go out on rotations you will interact with different members of the pharmacy staff. •It is important for you to know the responsibilities of these individuals so you can seek help from the right people. AFAMS Insert Dari
AFAMS Overview EO 012.01 (Dari) •Identify other members of the pharmacy dispensary team –Chief of Pharmacy –Clinical Pharmacist –Dispensing Pharmacist –Pharmacy Accountant –Pharmacy Quartermaster •Identify the responsibilities of these individuals. •Tips on training new Pharmacy Technicians •Lesson Review •Questions AFAMS Insert Dari
AFAMS Rotations Dari Rotation Expectations: •Pharmacy Dispensary •Polyclinic Pharmacy •NMH Warehouse •Pharmacy Accounting Each rotation has a list of crucial tasks which must be completed.
AFAMS Rotations Dari •Approx 6 Months –Each rotation is 5 weeks in length •5.5 days per week –Except holidays •Preceptor must sign off indicating the student has completed all crucial tasks and passed the rotation. –Student can still fail the rotation if the preceptor feels substantial issues exist with non-crucial tasks. •All rotations must be passed to be able to take the Final Exam.
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