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Sharon Tang - Legislation June 2016

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Started this online tutorial platform in September 2017. I have a BPharm (1996) and a PhD in Pharmacognosy (2003) obtained from the University
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Sharon Tang - Legislation June 2016

Sharon Tang - Legislation June 2016

Going through the Hong Kong pharmacy legislation exam of June 2016.

Your Instructor

Sharon Tang
Sharon Tang

Started this online tutorial platform in September 2017. I have a BPharm (1996) and a PhD in Pharmacognosy (2003) obtained from the University of London School of Pharmacy and have worked in community and in hospital in the UK. Since moving to Hong Kong several years ago I have passed the registration exams (2012). I have also taught pharmacology and human disease topics to pharmacy technicians and student nurses, which included writing exams and marking them. The Facebook group I run provides support for pharmacists taking the Hong Kong pharmacy registration exams.

Get immediately download Sharon Tang - Legislation June 2016

Course Curriculum

Introduction

Introduction

Abbreviations

Question 1 - Legal Classifications

Question 1 - Drug Classification

a) Tablet containing 2.5 mg diphenoxylate

b) An eye drop containing 1% tetracaine

c) 20 mg bilastine tablet

d) Vial containing 15,000 units of bleomycin

e) Eye drops containing 500 mcg/ml emedastine

f) Tablet containing 1mg ethyl loflazepate

g) Solution for infusion containing 2g/10ml acetylcysteine

h) Tablet containing 15 mg folinic acid

i) Syrup containing 10mg/5ml codeine phosphate and 2.5mg/5ml triprolidine

j) Tablet containing 200mg metronidazole

k) Cream containing 0.05% clobetasone butyrate

l) Tablet containing 2.5 mg terbutaline.

n) Tablet containing 2 mg perphenazine.

o) Tablet containing 40 mg tioguanine

p) Vial containing 50 mcg/ml sufentanil

q) Capsule containing 200 mg mebeverine

r) Pessary containing 100mg chloramphenicol and 100mg carbarsone

s) Cream containing clotrimazole for athlete’s foot.

t) A solution for infusion that contains 1g/100ml paracetamol.

Question 2 - Authorised Seller of Poisons and Listed Seller of Poisons

Preview
Question 2 - Authorised Seller of Poisons and Listed Seller of Poisons

a) ASPs and LSPs

b) Selling Part 1 and 2 poisons

c) Schedule 1 poisons

Question 3 - Definition of 'medicine' and Labelling

Question 3 - Definition of 'medicine' and Labelling

a) Definition of 'medicine'

b) Labelling requirements of medicines supplied in Hong Kong

c) Examples of additional labelling requirements

Question 4 - Antibiotics Ordinance

Question 4 - Antibiotics

a) Substances covered by the Antibiotics Ordinance

b) Sale and supply of antibiotics

c) Record-keeping

Substances to which the Antibiotics Ordinance applies


Substances to which the Antibiotics Ordinance applies

Question 5 - Institutions


Question 5 - Institutions

a) Supplying medicines - in-patient and out-patient

b) Storage of medicines

c) Dangerous drugs

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Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

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Sharon Tang - Legislation June 2016

Sharon Tang - Legislation June 2016

Going through the Hong Kong pharmacy legislation exam of June 2016.

Your Instructor

Sharon Tang
Sharon Tang

Started this online tutorial platform in September 2017. I have a BPharm (1996) and a PhD in Pharmacognosy (2003) obtained from the University of London School of Pharmacy and have worked in community and in hospital in the UK. Since moving to Hong Kong several years ago I have passed the registration exams (2012). I have also taught pharmacology and human disease topics to pharmacy technicians and student nurses, which included writing exams and marking them. The Facebook group I run provides support for pharmacists taking the Hong Kong pharmacy registration exams.

Get immediately download Sharon Tang - Legislation June 2016

Course Curriculum

Introduction

Introduction

Abbreviations

Question 1 - Legal Classifications

Question 1 - Drug Classification

a) Tablet containing 2.5 mg diphenoxylate

b) An eye drop containing 1% tetracaine

c) 20 mg bilastine tablet

d) Vial containing 15,000 units of bleomycin

e) Eye drops containing 500 mcg/ml emedastine

f) Tablet containing 1mg ethyl loflazepate

g) Solution for infusion containing 2g/10ml acetylcysteine

h) Tablet containing 15 mg folinic acid

i) Syrup containing 10mg/5ml codeine phosphate and 2.5mg/5ml triprolidine

j) Tablet containing 200mg metronidazole

k) Cream containing 0.05% clobetasone butyrate

l) Tablet containing 2.5 mg terbutaline.

n) Tablet containing 2 mg perphenazine.

o) Tablet containing 40 mg tioguanine

p) Vial containing 50 mcg/ml sufentanil

q) Capsule containing 200 mg mebeverine

r) Pessary containing 100mg chloramphenicol and 100mg carbarsone

s) Cream containing clotrimazole for athlete’s foot.

t) A solution for infusion that contains 1g/100ml paracetamol.

Question 2 - Authorised Seller of Poisons and Listed Seller of Poisons

Preview
Question 2 - Authorised Seller of Poisons and Listed Seller of Poisons

a) ASPs and LSPs

b) Selling Part 1 and 2 poisons

c) Schedule 1 poisons

Question 3 - Definition of 'medicine' and Labelling

Question 3 - Definition of 'medicine' and Labelling

a) Definition of 'medicine'

b) Labelling requirements of medicines supplied in Hong Kong

c) Examples of additional labelling requirements

Question 4 - Antibiotics Ordinance

Question 4 - Antibiotics

a) Substances covered by the Antibiotics Ordinance

b) Sale and supply of antibiotics

c) Record-keeping

Substances to which the Antibiotics Ordinance applies


Substances to which the Antibiotics Ordinance applies

Question 5 - Institutions


Question 5 - Institutions

a) Supplying medicines - in-patient and out-patient

b) Storage of medicines

c) Dangerous drugs

Get immediately download Sharon Tang - Legislation June 2016

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

Read more: https://archive.is/uzxNz