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Level of activity: Beginner/Intermediate

Setting: Classroom and electronic

Mapping

ACPE Standards 2016: 1.1, 2.1, 2.2, 3.1

EPAs: Patient Care Provider (Analyze), Information Master (Evidence-based care), Practice Manager (Fulfill medication order)

PPCP: Assess, Implement

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Contributors

Kristy Jackson, PharmD, is Assistant Professor–Practice at The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. Dr. Jackson received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The Ohio State University in 2016. Her previous practice experience was at Ohio Health Rehabilitation hospital as a clinical pharmacist. Her practice site is at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center where she supports the student-run medication reconciliation service. At the College of Pharmacy, she serves on several committees including the Admissions Committee and the PharmD Program Committee. At The Ohio State University, Dr. Jackson co-coordinates and teaches in the third-year Integrated Patient Care Laboratory courses.

Anna Haas-Gehres, PharmD, BCACP is Assistant Professor–Practice at The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The Ohio State University in 2011 and completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency in Community Care at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, in 2012. At the College of Pharmacy, she serves on several committees including the Committee on Diversity and Inclusion and the Outreach and Engagement Committee. She practices as an Ambulatory Clinical Pharmacist at South High Primary Care, an internal medicine and pediatrics clinic operated by Nationwide Children’s Hospital. At The Ohio State University Dr. Haas-Gehres co-coordinates and teaches in the second-year Integrated Patient Care Laboratory courses.

Brief Overview and Setting

The purpose of this activity is to allow students to practice intravenous (IV) product verification. Students have had exposure to outpatient prescription verification and in this activity, students practice the skill in the setting of IV final product verification. This activity currently takes place in the laboratory curriculum at The Ohio State University with approximately 130 students per year in the second and third professional year of a 4-year pharmacy curriculum. In the students’ P2 year they are introduced to IV products, labels, and the skill of sterile product verification during a 1-hour laboratory lecture. In P2 laboratory activities, students perform IV product verification with physical products such as the drug vial, infusion fluid, syringes (with the pull-back method of verification), diluent (if used), and label (both production and bag label). During the P3 year, students complete IV product verification through simulated activities completed electronically. In these activities, students gain experience where they check if the product is compounded using appropriate products. Additionally, students verify if a correct beyond use date is used. This chapter will describe how to set up the live in-person verification as well as the electronic IV verification.

Learning Objectives

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