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PRESCRIPTION COUNSELING: TGNC/Transdermal

  • Patient name: Ashley Averill           DOB: 04/02/1996

  • Address: 439 E Sycamore St, Columbus OH 43206  Phone: 614-555-5555

  • Medication Allergies: No Known Drug Allergies (NKDA)

  • Past Medical History: Depression, Hypothyroid

Medication Profile

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Rx# Medication Last Filled Directions Quantity Refills Remaining Prescriber

674498

674497

Sertraline 100 mg

Synthroid 112 mcg

2/22/19

2/22/19

Take 1 tablet by mouth every day

Take 1 tablet by mouth every morning on an empty stomach

30

30

2

2

Yeva Anastasie

Yeva Anastasie

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Your patient is about to begin transgender hormone therapy. This patient was AFAB, but identifies as genderfluid and wants to transition toward a more androgynous physical appearance.

Your patient comes to the pharmacy today with a prescription for hormone therapy. The doctor provided information on the physical effects of this drug, but you will need to counsel on how to use the products.

Instructions For Playing The Patient Role

  • You do not need to dress in professional attire for this lab.

    • Please try to wear gender-neutral clothing.

  • Student should ask your preferred name.

    • Your preferred name is Ash.

    • If asked, your pronouns are they/them/theirs.

    • If student calls you “Ashley,” or uses female terms to address you (ma’am, miss), please gently correct the student (“Oh, please call me Ash”).

  • If student gets sidetracked discussing effects of medication, timeline to effect, or treatment details you may tell them “My doctor already went over when and how this medicine is going to work. I just need to know how to use it.”

  • If the student asks whether you have questions, your question is: “What if the patch falls off?”

 

  • Patient name: Nick Cassady              DOB: 05/04/1997

  • Address: 4624 W Beacon Hill Rd., Columbus, OH 43228  Phone: 614-555-5555

  • Medication Allergies: No Known Drug Allergies (NKDA)

  • Past Medical History: Generalized Atonic Epilepsy

Medication Profile

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Rx# Medication Last Filled Directions Quantity Refills Remaining Prescriber

670431

670430

Ethosuximide 250 mg

Onfi 20 mg

3/1/2019

3/1/2019

Take 2 capsules by mouth twice a day

Take 1 capsule by mouth every night at bedtime

360

90

1

1

Raleigh Lazzari

Raleigh Lazzari

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Your patient is about to begin transgender hormone therapy. This patient was AMAB, but identifies as agender and wants to transition to a neutral physical appearance.

Your patient comes to the pharmacy today with a prescription for hormone therapy. The doctor provided information on the physical effects of this drug, but you will need to counsel on how to use the product.

Instructions For Playing The Patient Role

  • You do not need to dress in professional attire ...

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