DI Lecture 1 Quiz 1

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DI Lecture 1 Quiz 1
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  1. When it comes to the definition of drug information what are the three focuses?
    • 1) Specialists- providers of information and or other services
    • 2) Services- Vary depending on practice venue
    • 3) Facilities- location from which services are provided
  2. Why are proficient drug information skills important in daily practice?(3) and Professional Development?(2)
    • Daily Practice
    • 1) Distributive responsibilities
    • 2) Administrative responsibilities
    • 3) Patient Care Responsibilities
    • Professional Development
    • 1) Life-long learning
    • 2) Career advancement
  3. What are the type of services performed in daily practices?(3)
    • 1) Questions from patients and/or caregivers
    • 2) Questions from other healthcare providers
    • 3) Newsletters, web sites, blogs
  4. What are the services performed in committees?(3)
    • 1) Pharmacy and therapeutics-Formulary and drug use evaluations
    • 2)Invesgtigational review board (IRB)
    • 3) Health and safety-Adverse event reporting and quality assurance initiatives
  5. What are the type of services performed in education?(3)
    • 1) In-services
    • 2) Individual or group sessions
    • 3) Newsletters, web sites, blogs
  6. What are knowledge, skills and abilities needed for a pharmacists? (7)
    • 1) Communications Skills: Speaking, writing, reading, and listening
    • 2) Deductive reasoning
    • 3) Cultural sensitivity
    • 4) Organization and prioritization
    • 5) Proficient resource identification, collection, and utilization
    • 6) Consideration and/or anticipations of potential needs
    • 7) Responsible and accountable for recommendations
  7. What are some of the National Quality control initiatives? (6)
    • 1) Institute of Medicine
    • 2) National Committee for Quality Assurance
    • 3) Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
    • 4) The Joint Commission
    • 5) Other governmental agencies (ex: FDA, CDC,Etc)
    • 6) Healthy People
  8. What are the type of practice venues for pharmacists?(6)
    • 1) Drug information centers
    • 2) Poison Control centers
    • 3) Extension of clinical services
    • 4) Investigational drug services
    • 5) Manged Care
    • 6) Pharmaceutical industry
  9. What places are associated with Drug information centers and what services do they provide?
    Academic institution, Health science library, healthy care system. They offer standard and contractual services.
  10. What type of clinical services do pharmacist provide?(3)
    • 1) Ambulatory Care-Community pharmacies and Out-patient clinics
    • 2) Institutional Practice-Hospitals, Long-term care facilities, home health facilities
    • 3) Consultant Pharmacists
  11. What are the services of the Investigational Drug Services?
    • IDS works in conjunction with the IRB, they provide these services:
    • 1) Education
    • 2) Preparation
    • 3) Distribution
    • 4) Inventory Control
  12. What are some examples of Manged Care?(3)
    • 1) Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy
    • 2) Health maintenance organizations (HMO)
    • 3) Pharmacy benefit managers (PBM)
  13. In the Pharmaceutical Industry what does working in the internal central office entail?(4)
    • 1) Clinical research/ affairs
    • 2) Medication Safety
    • 3) Marketing
    • 4) Medical Information
  14. In the pharmaceutical industry what does the field services entail? (2)
    • 1) Medical service liaisons
    • 2) Clinical education consultants
  15. What are the two remaining types of services a pharmacists can do?
    Academia and Medical Communication. Medical Communication includes Content development, Continuing education, Technical assistance

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