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Практическое занятие № 4

Грамматическая тема: модальные глаголы

Лексическая тема: The practice of pharmacy

Тематика занятия

1. Повторение грамматики: модальные глаголы.

I. Вопросы для обсуждения:

1. Повторение грамматики: модальные глаголы.

2. Лексический минимум для обсуждения темы «Фармацевтическая деятельность».

3. Чтение, проверка понимания и обсуждение текста.

4. Монологическая речь на основе аннотации к лекарству.

II. Выполнение заданий по теме Модальные глаголы.

1. Заполните пропуски подходящими по смыслу модальными глаголами: may, can, must, should.

1 The Faculty of Pharmacy ……… facilitate research through access to the universities Research Office.

2 In multidisciplinary programs, pharmacy students ……… choose from related basic disciplines, including biochemistry, structural and molecular biology, physiology, toxicology.

3 Students ………. indicate their program of interest at the time of their initial request for information and application materials.

4 Students ………… meet all the requirements for the M.Sc. or Ph.D. degree in addition to requirements set by each individual program.

5 A pharmacist …….. know all the drugs in Schedules I and II.

Замените модальные глаголы в скобках их эквивалентами.

1 I am sorry I (can) not answer your phone call immediately.

2 You (can) finish the work tomorrow.

3 I (must) revise for my test in Biology the whole day yesterday.

4 They say the presentation of new pharmaceuticals (must) take place next Wednesday.

5 I think you (may) buy this drug in any pharmacy today.

6 They were told they (may) use the equipment any time.

III Лексический минимум по теме «The рractice of рharmacy»

Изучите лексику, используя словарь.

1. a herbalist 2. to dispense 3. to compound 4. a formulary 5. to maintain accuracy 6. to counsel 7. preventive 8. to record 9. data processing 10. inventory 11. adverse drug reactions (ADRs) 12. pharmaceutical care 13. extemporaneous compounding 14. refined pharmaceutical products 15. appropriate 16. safe 17. accurate 18. patient assessment 19. to prevent 20. drug interactions 21. dosage adjustment 22. therapeutic alternatives 23. reporting information 24. generalist (practitioner) 25. pharmaceutical setting 26. ambulatory care 27. diabetes 28. infectious disease 29. hypertension 30. primary care

IV.Базовый текст

Прочитайте и переведите текст.

The practice of pharmacy

The practice of pharmacy has undergone a major transformation in the twentieth century. Pharmacists have evolved from herbalists, compounding and dispensing a limited formulary of poorly controlled products to drug information specialists handling thousands of sophisticated and highly refined pharmaceutical products. Although pharmacists are still in a period of significant professional change, it is doubtful that their role in compounding and dispensing products will ever be totally replaced with other professional responsibilities. Regardless of his or her other professional duties, the pharmacist is responsible for ensuring that the product which he or she dispenses are safe, accurate, and appropriate for the patient. Hence, the pharmacist must possess skills, knowledge, and understanding of basic principles which allow him to maintain accuracy in compounding and dosing.

The skills and activities inherent in the provision of pharmaceutical care include, though are not limited to, the following:

a) patient assessment;

b) patient education and counseling;

c) patient-specific pharmacist care plans necessary for recognition, prevention, and management of drug interactions;

d) drug treatment protocols;

e) dosage adjustment;

f) selection of therapeutic alternatives;

g) preventive services;

h) managerial skills.

An integral part of pharmaceutical care is proper documentation, which involves systematic recording of patient information, drug monitoring, data processing, inventory record maintenance for dispensing of controlled substances, and reporting information on adverse drug reactions to the local and regional Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committees.

The practice of pharmacy embraces a variety of settings, patient populations, and specialist, as well as generalist, pharmaceutical settings. In today’s pharmacy practice, a pharmacist must be able to provide services in all settings, including home, hospital and ambulatory care, primary care, consultation, long-term care, and community pharmacy practice.

A pharmacist may specialize within a narrow field of practice, or incorporate one or more areas of focused practice into a general practice of pharmacy. Examples of highly specialized practice include pharmacist-directed diabetes management clinics, hypertension clinics, hospital-based infectious disease services, and others.

V. Вопросы для обсуждения.

Ответьте на вопросы по содержанию текста.

1 How has the practice of pharmacy changed in the twentieth century?

2 What is the chief responsibility of the pharmacist today?

3 What skills do you consider to be most important for the pharmacist to possess?

4 What are specialized fields of practice?

5 Where do you prefer to work: in specialized or general practice of pharmacy?

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