Pharm. D. Program

CLINICAL PHARMACY PROGRAM MISSION

“To graduate competent clinical pharmacists capable of providing comprehensive pharmaceutical care to the community with an aptitude to acquire future specializations through provision of knowledge, clinical skills, research abilities and ethics of practice within a stimulating learning environment”.



Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) of Program

  • 1. Knowledge
On completion of program the graduate will be able to:

1.1. Describe and state the fundamental sciences courses that is needed for the application of these sciences to drug therapy and human health.

1.2. List and recall the principles of therapeutics, evidence-based, communication, economics, psychology, ethics, pharmacy law and legal issues needed for the practice of pharmacy.

1.3. Outline the structure and drug activity relationship, the basic principles of drug design, analysis and formulation of pharmaceutical dosage forms, drug discovery and complementary medicine, and chemotherapy in order to standardize medicines for administration by different delivery routes to achieve efficient and optimal patient centred care

  • 2. Cognitive Skills
On completion of program the graduate will be able to:

2.1. Integrate knowledge from fundamental sciences to explain how specific drugs or drug classes work and evaluate their potential value in individuals and populations

2.2. Apply principles of pharmacy profession, drug analysis and synthesis, finance, marketing and human resources to manage medication use systems

2.3. Critically analyze scientific literature and technologies related to pharmacy to apply the principles of research in pharmaceutical project.

2.4. Develop and provide an evidence-based approach that considers the cost, care, access, and satisfaction needs of a targeted patient population.

  • 3.Interpersonal Skills & Responsibility
On completion of program the graduate will be able to:

3.1. Exhibit professional ethics, attitudes and behaviors by demonstrating patient advocacy, altruism, accountability, compassion, integrity and respect for others.

3.2. Demonstrate ability to participate and engage as a healthcare team member by demonstrating mutual respect, understanding, and shared goals and values to meet patient care needs.

 

  • 4.Communication, Information Technology, Numerical
On completion of program the graduate will be able to:

4.1. Demonstrate effective communication skills (verbal, nonverbal, and written method) when interacting with others (patients, healthcare providers and public) to establish rapport and build trusting relationship.

4.2. Integrate information management systems to access scientific information and provide pharmaceutical care.

4.3. Use mathematical & statistical methods for illustration of instrumental analysis to apply in forensics and bio-analysis

  • 5. Psychomotor skills

On completion of program the graduate will be able to:

5.1. Provide pharmaceutical services and participate in drug manufacturing and distribution process.

5.2. Provide patient-centered care to diverse patients using the best available evidence/technology and in consideration of patients’ circumstances to devise, modify, implement, document and monitor pharmacotherapy care plans, either independently or as part of healthcare teams to achieve the optimum safety and efficacy of medication use systems.

5.3. Perform new drugs screening, drug analysis, drug design and identification of infectious diseases.

YEAR 6 PHARM. D.

SEMESTER SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2 SUMMER
WEEKS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
CLERKSHIP Clerkship-I   (3 CR) Clerkship-II   (3 CR) Clerkship-III (3 CR) Clerkship-IV (3 CR) Clerkship-V   (3 CR) Clerkship-VI (3 CR) Clerkship-VII (3 CR) Clerkship-VIII (3 CR) Clerkship-IX (3 CR) Clerkship-X   (3 CR)