Access Afya Pharmacy Technician Assessment
Job Summary:
We are hiring a Pharmacy Technician who will be responsible for managing medication distribution within Access Afya pharmacies and provide drug information and education to patients. He/she should have complete understanding and appreciation for the use and side effects of prescription and non-prescription drugs used to treat common disease states. He/She must demonstrate ethical conduct and maintain confidentiality of patient information.

Key Responsibilities
• Label and dispense prescribed medicines and provide information and advise to patients about how to use their medicines
• Advise members of the community about over the counter medicines, the management of minor ailments and healthy lifestyles
• Responsible for selling over the counter medicines and other items stocked by the pharmacy, such as cosmetics, toiletries and overall consumables
• Responsible for ordering, labeling and counting stock of medications, chemicals and supplies, and enter inventory data in the computer
• Responsible for receiving and storing incoming supplies, verifying quantities against invoices and informing the Medical Director of stock needs and shortages
• Accountable for maintaining knowledge and staying abreast of all the changes that occur in the Pharmaceutical field

Access Afya’s pharmacies are lean and compact spaces. In addition to running our pharmacies, you will be interacting with the community and our patients. This includes:
 Welcoming and registering clients as they walk in.
 Assisting when necessary with patient follow-up calls and coordination.
 Participate in outreach events in the community.
 Talk to patients and communicate their wants, needs, compliments, and complaints to the whole Access Afya team.
Skills and Experience
 Computer Literacy
 Diploma or degree in Pharmaceutical Technology
 Proficient in Supply chain management and Pharmacy operations
Personal Information
Please provide your phone number
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Please provide your Full Name
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Do you have a valid practicing license from Kenya - Pharmacy and Poisons Board? *
What date did you acquire your practice license?
What is your gross salary expectation based on the job description above?
Assessment Questions
1. A mother of a 32 month old boy comes to the pharmacy to ask your advice. The boy has just broken out in vesicles typical of chickenpox. The child routinely uses a short acting beta-blocker inhaler and a medium acting steroid inhaler for acute asthmatic attacks. Which one of the following is true?
Which of the above listed drugs would be associated with the adverse reactions listed
Acute kidney injury
Which of the above listed drugs would be associated with the adverse reactions listed
Serotonin syndrome with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors
Which of the above listed drugs would be associated with the adverse reactions listed
Decreased excretion of litium when given concurrently
Which of the above listed drugs would be associated with the adverse reactions listed
Increased risk of thromotic events with long term use
Which of the above listed drugs would be associated with the adverse reactions listed
Respiratory depression
The clinician notes that the has had a hypersensitivity reaction to penicillin. As a consequence, which of the following antibiotics should not be used to treat this patient?
An elderly male comes into the pharmacy window and asks if pantoprazole would be suitable for him to try. He describes symptoms consistent with gastro-esophageal reflux. Which one of the following symptoms would indicate that over the counter supply of a PPI would not be suitable?
Which one of the following antibiotics is the most appropriate for the treatment of Clostridium difficile associated diarrhea?
A drug has a plasma elimination half-life of 2 hours, how long will it take for exactly 75% of the medicine present in the plasma to be eliminated? The correct answer is:
You receive a phone call from one of our clinicians from branch 2. The patient, an adult who is allergic to penicillin, has otitis externa with spreading cellulitis. The clinician asks for advice on choice of antibiotic. Which one of the following is the most appropriate recommendation?
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