The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to:
- Communicate effectively with patients or their agents, pharmacists and other colleagues, and with health-care providers within the scope of the profession.
- Receive and prioritize written prescriptions and verbal requests accurately in compliance with legislation and established standards, policies, and procedures.
- Use knowledge and skills to receive, renew, and transfer/copy prescriptions accurately and to document.
- Prepare pharmaceutical and release products in compliance with legislation and established standards, policies, and procedures for release and documents.
- Perform distributive and quality assurance functions to ensure safety, accuracy, and quality of supplied products.
- Collaborate with the pharmacist and other colleagues and with health-care providers to support and promote the patient’s health, well-being, and lifestyle.
- Contribute to the application of effective business principles in the pharmacy practice setting.
- Use the knowledge, skills and established policies and procedures to enter demographic and prescription data into the patient profile or health record utilizing computers and other technological tools.
- Develop a plan to promote professional competence, demonstrate professional integrity, and act to uphold professional standards of practice.
Students will also be required to obtain a valid/current criminal record check (at their own expense) prior to placement.