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Under general direction, oversees or prepares (compounds and oral) commercially available and investigational antineoplastic drugs; assesses medication orders; assists with patient care activities including planning and implementing antineoplastic and antiemetic drug regimens; monitors patients’ response to drug therapy and fluid and pain control medications; recommends changes or alternative therapy; compounds and dispenses medication; provides drug related information to patients, physicians, and nurses.
Knowledge of medical terminology and clinical or hospital pharmacy operations
Basic math skills
Ability and willingness to work with potential exposure to toxic drugs and infectious patients
Ability to operate a computer
Ability to maintain records and files
Ability to work with precision and accuracy
Ability to stand and walk for a long period of time
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Bachelor’s degree in pharmacy from an accredited college; supplemented with three (3) years of related experience; Missouri pharmacist license required.
Reviews and assesses medication orders; compounds and dispenses medications, antineoplastic drug, intravenous admixtures, oral chemotherapy, and controlled substances; assesses patients’ response to drug therapy and fluid and pain control medications; assists with patient care activities including planning and implementing antineoplastic and antiemetic drug regimens
Manages purchases/returns and inventory of pharmaceutical agents and products, including vendor selection and price negotiations; assists with indigent drug supply programs and reimbursement.
Provides drug information to patients, physicians, nurses, and staff; counsels patients regarding medications; provides education and in-services for technicians, physicians, nurses, and staff.
Oversees pharmacy technicians’ preparation of chemotherapy and intravenous medications; monitors patients for drug interactions; maintains patient profiles for chemotherapy doses.
Maintains Quality Assurance Monitoring Program; manages an adverse drug reaction reporting program; assists with the preparation of standard medication order sheet.
Manages controlled substances inventory and drug sample supplies; maintains drug supply records; participates in drug study audits; performs other duties as assigned.
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