These indicators are applied to pharmacists in all fields. They are used by the trainees to select the contents of their own training and also to check the contents of training they have received.
Training generally consists of attending lectures. Asterisks (*) indicate courses where a component of practical training or role-playing is required.
(A) Each item is graded from 1 to 10 points according to practical relevance to the pharmacist’s work (5 points for general necessity), giving a total between 75 and 100 points. (B) Each item is graded from 0 to 5 points (2 points for ordinary knowledge and experience) according to the pharmacist’s current familiarity withthe item, giving a total of 50 points or less. Training contents are then selected by the trainee, based on relative importance according to the self-training plan (A-B) values.
(June 1996; revised in Dec 2000)