U.S. Army Correspondence Course Instruction: Topics in Pharmacy Administration - Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence, Security in the Pharmacy, Forgery Considerations, Work Count, UCA Procedures
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Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this is a reproduction of a U.S. Army Correspondence Course instruction: Topics in Pharmacy Administration.
Contents include: CHAPTER 1 - PHARMACEUTICAL JURISPRUDENCE * Section I. The Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938 * Section II. The Durham-Humphrey Amendment * Section III. The Harris-Kefauver Amendment * Section IV. The Controlled Substances Act * Section V. The Poison Prevention Packaging Act of 1910 * Exercises * CHAPTER 2 - SECURITY IN THE PHARMACY * Section I. Introduction to Pharmacy Security * Section II. Security in the Fixed Facility Pharmacy * Section III. Security in the Table of Organization and Equipment (Field Unit) Pharmacy * Section IV. Forgery Considerations * Exercises * CHAPTER 3 - WORK COUNT IN THE PHARMACY * Section I. Overview of the Concept of Work Count * Section II. The Uniform Chart of Accounts and the Pharmacy * Section III. Interpretations and Examples of UCA Pharmacy Procedures * Exercises
Persons who are familiar with the daily operation of a pharmacy know that administrative tasks are a necessary part of life in the pharmacy. Competent and knowledgeable persons make these tasks appear simple and easy. This subcourse will focus on three administrative areas performed by the pharmacy specialist in the Army pharmacy. Topics such as pharmaceutical jurisprudence, security in the pharmacy, and work count in the pharmacy are presented in this subcourse. It is the goal of this subcourse to give you a brief overview of pharmacy administration to which you might begin self-directed learning efforts to expand your skills and knowledge in this vital area.