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SAP-Guide to Training-Exam

The Guide to Training/Examination in

Social and Administrative Pharmacy

 

            Federation of Asian Pharmaceutical Association (FAPA) established FAPA College of Pharmacy (FAPA-CP) on  November 17, 1997 and inaugurated on May 17, 1998. The College has the responsibility to define  training requirements for pharmacist in each field of specialization and to ensure by examination that certain standards have been attained.

 

Social and Administrative Pharmacy is setting up as one field of specialization to fulfill the following objectives:

1.         To  elevate  and  enhance  the  standard  of  pharmacy  practice  in  Social and Administrative Pharmacy.

2.         To  develop  the  highest  scientific  and  technological  competencies in  pharmacy  practice.

 

3.         To  promote  moral,  ethical  and  professional  relationships  among  pharmacists  and  other  health  personnel.   

 

 

Registered pharmacists  who want to admit to this Fellowship Program have to :

1.         Get the approval of  Pre-qualification for Fellow  from the Pharmaceutical Association in his/her country.

2.         Apply for primary examination through the Executive Committee Office together with primary examination fee.

3.         Apply for training courses/programs in Social and Administrative Pharmacy after passing primary examination accredited by the Council.

4.         Apply for final examination through the Executive Committee Office after completion of training courses/programs together with final examination fee.

            Candidates who have completed the prescribed period of training in approved courses/programs and who have passed the examinations (primary and final examinations) shall be accepted as Fellow of Asian College of Pharmacy (F.A.C.P.)

 

Training and Examinations

Primary Examination

            Primary examination is taken to ensure that candidate has gained the knowledge  required for basic role of pharmacist in Social and Administrative Pharmacy.  The emphasis is presented in three modules, each module requires 60-90 hours of self study time.  Details of each module are presented as texts written including aspect of subject and name of references to enable the candidate to understand the subject and to study at home or at work.

            Primary examination may be taken 2 times/year, and can be valid for 4 years (passing grade is 60%).

 

Primary examination in Social and Administrative Pharmacy requires knowledge in the following 3 modules (each module requires 60-90 hours of study time) :

SAP 001                      Pharmaceutical System

            SAP 002                       Basic Information Literacy

SAP 003                      Research Reasoning and Method

 

           

 

Training Courses/Programs

 

            After passing the primary examination the trainee must get into the training courses/programs required in Social and Administrative Pharmacy.  The training extends over two or more years depending on the specialty concerned. 

 

 

            The trainee has to choose at least 7 modules from the followings :

SAP 004           Pharmacy organizations

SAP 005           Contextual Influences of  Pharmacy organizations

SAP 006           Resource Enhancing and Management

SAP 007           Strategic Personnel Management

SAP 008           Technological Facilitators of  Performances I

SAP 009           Technological Facilitators of  Performances II

SAP 010           Professional Oriented Pharmacy Practices

SAP 011           Client Oriented Pharmacy Practices

SAP 012           Social Control of Pharmaceutical Services

SAP 013           Research Applications in Development of Pharmacy Services

            In the final year of advanced training, research work is needed to demonstrate research ability of the trainee.

 

Final Examination

            The examination is taken on the completion of advanced training and research work, and is thus an “exit” examination.  Eligibility to enter the examination must be first approved by the Chairman of the Court of Examiners.  The examination is in both written and oral,  involved knowledge and professional skill taken during the basic and advanced training.

 

 


Pharmaceutical System

SAP 001

 

Course Overview:

            This course explores both macro and micro aspects of pharmaceutical system including the interaction of the system and its environments.  The functions and roles of the pharmaceutical system will be scrutinized.  The scope of the course will comprise the global and international situations affecting the local pharmaceutical system.  Also, covered will be impacts of social, cultural, political, economic, and technological changes on the development of the pharmaceutical system.  The course will focus on the understanding of the system dynamics and its interrelationship with external factors.

 

Objectives:

1.      Understand the nature and characteristics of pharmaceutical system

2.      Understand the relationship of pharmaceutical system and its environments

3.      Identify factors/problems and the extents to which they affect the development of pharmaceutical system

 

Course Concept:

1.      Nature and characteristics of pharmaceutical system

2.      Pharmaceutical system and its environment

3.      Functions of pharmaceutical system

4.      Indicators of pharmaceutical system development

5.      Social factors affecting the pharmaceutical system

6.      Cultural and behavioral factors affecting the pharmaceutical system

7.      Political factors affecting the pharmaceutical system

8.      Economic factors affecting the pharmaceutical system

9.      Technological factors affecting the pharmaceutical system

10.  Global and international pharmaceutical market structure

11.  The interrelationship of the global and local pharmaceutical systems

12.  The similarities and differences of the global and local market systems

 

Learning Procedure:

            Self-learning

            Attending/participating seminars

Updating global and local situations through all media

 

Evaluation:

Multiple choice exam

 

References:

1.      Wibulpolpraseert, S.  (1995).  Thai drug system.  Bangkok, Thailand: Health System Research Institute in Collaboration with Institute for Health Consumer Protection.

2.      Supakankunti, S., Janjaroen, W.S., Tangphao, O., et al.  (1999).  Study of the implications of the WTO/TRIPS agreement for the pharmaceutical industry in Thailand.  Bangkok, Thailand: WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Economics, Faculty of Economics, Chulalongkorn Unversity.

3.      Management Sciences for Health.  (1997).  Managing drug supply.  West Hartford, CT: Kumarian Press.

4.      Knowlton, C. H., & Penna, R. P.  (1996).  Pharmaceutical Care.  New York: Chapman & Hall.

 

Information System Literacy

SAP 002

 

Course Overview:

            This course will introduce learner to current managerial issues related to the use of information technology in organizations. The course will familiarize learner with a variety of information systems used in businesses today, and enable learner to understand the terminology used to describe them. It will look at the issues related to storing and processing managerial information for operational, tactical and strategic decision making, and consider how information technology can be incorporated into business strategies. The use of information technology to support electronic commerce, telecommunications and global networks is discussed, along with related ethical issues.

 

 

 

            The focus of this course is managerial, although some technical material will be covered.

 

Prerequisite:

            It is assumed that learner will already posses or acquire independently the basic computer skills required to use a word processor, a spreadsheet, a desktop database and electronic mail.

 

Course Objectives:

1.      understand and identify the types of management information systems used in organizations

2.      understand the terminology of information system and technology in information management used in business today

3.      evaluate and assess the appropriateness of management information systems in specific situations, and make recommendations as to which information systems should be implemented

4.      understand of new paradigm of business in electronic world as E-Commerce

 

Course Plan:

Week 1: Introduction

·         Course Introduction

·         A Brief Overview of the Development of Computing

·         Concept and Terminology of Information system and related area

·         Information System components and it’s functions

Week 2: Implementation Levels of Information System

·         Transaction Processing Systems

·         Decision Support Systems (DSS)

·         Expert Systems (ES)

·         Executive Information Systems (EIS)

·         Databases and Data Warehouses

Week 3: Using Information Systems Strategically

·         Strategic Information Systems: The Traditional Perspective

·         Strategic Information Systems: An Alternative Perspective

·         Sustainability of Technologically-Based Competitive Advantage

Week 4: Electronic Commerce and Networks

·         New Communication Technologies (E-mail, Internet, World Wide Web)

·         Electronic Commerce Challenges on Today Business

·         Internet Business Model and Strategy

·         Electronic Fund Transfer  & Security

Week 5: Telecommunications

·         Telecommunications in Business

·         Global Information Networks

Week 6: Information Systems Issues

·         Information System Implementation : Factors for success and failure

·         Key Issues in IS in the 2000’s and Beyond

·         Computer Ethics

·         Information Privacy

 

Evaluation:

Multiple choice examination.

 

References:

1.      MGTS5110 - Introduction to Information Systems

http://www.yorku.ca/faculty/academic/middletn/mgts5110/overview.htm

2.      Management Information Systems : Strategy and Action (2nd Edition)

 

Charles Parker, Thomas Case, McGraw Hill.


 

Research Reasoning and Methods

SAP 003

Course Overview:

 

            This course will introduce the principle and foundation of scientific enquiry.  The systematic thinking and the practicality of conducting a research are emphasized.  The essence and applications of research including integration of research with the pharmacy practice will be the main focus of the course.  The contents will cover basic scientific research reasoning and model, research methodology, research tools, and research planning. 

 

 

Objectives:

1.         Understand the foundation of the theoretical principles of the scientific research

2.         Understand the logical relationship among the theory, methods and statistics

3.         Recognize the applications, limitations, and constraints of social research

 

Course Concept:

1.         Deduction and induction model

2.         The link between theory and research

3.         Causation and reasoning

4.         Purposes of research

5.         Conceptualization and operationalization

6.         Measurement

7.         Population and sampling

8.         Modes of observation

9.         Basic statistics for research

10.     Data analysis

11.     Research ethics

12.     Uses of social research

13.     Evaluation of scientific research papers

 

Learning Procedure:

            Reading research article

Conducting research

 

Evaluation:

            Multiple choice exam

 

References:

1.      Babbie, E.  (1989).  The practice of social research (5th edition).  CA:Wadsworth publishing company.

2.      Jaspars, J., Finchan, F. D., & Hewstone, M.  (1983).  Attribution theroy and research: Conceptual, developmental and social dimensions.  London: Academic Press.

3.      Patton, M.Q.  (1990).  Qualitative evaluation and research methods (2nd edition).  Newbury Park, CA: Sage publications.

4.      Schlesselman, J.J.  (1982).  Case control studies: Design, conduct, analysis.  New York: Oxford university press.







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