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College of Clinical Pharmacy

 
 
 

College of Clinical Pharmacy offers a five-year Pharm. D. program which comprises of four years of didactic education with experiential modules of Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience and one year of supervised experiential training as Advanced Pharmacy Practice.

Program Mission

"To Prepare Pharm D graduates who will provide patient centered care to meet the needs of the community"

 Program Goals

1.     Prepare active learners and future experts in Clinical Pharmacy with required knowledge, skills and abilities.

2.     Educate for management of Pharmacy services and practice.

3.    Provide foundation for basic and clinical research in the area of drug development and usage

Program outcomes

  The Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum prepares graduates to;

1.     Use fundamental scientific knowledge and principles as basis of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Sciences.

2.     Apply knowledge of biomedical sciences for understanding of disease process and its diagnosis.

3.     Develop patient data base from patient interview, review hospital record and communication with other  health professionals in inter-professional environment.

4.     Apply knowledge of clinical Sciences in designing patient specific therapeutic plan based on best evidence  and counseling the patient regarding it.

5.     Evaluate drug information retrieved from pharmaceutical and biomedical science recourses and report for  application to specific patient care situation.

6.     Apply knowledge of basic principles of drug development, formulation and bioequivalence studies in practice  and research.

7.     Use basic principles of organizational and management in skills in pharmaceutical services and practice.

      8.   Apply basic principles to design, implement and conduct research studies in different fields of

            Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLO's):

1.       KNOWLEDGE (PLO K) 

1.1   Describe the historical and modern trends in Pharmacy practice in relation to role of pharmacist in promotion of health, prevention and treatment of diseases and in legal and ethical manner.

1.2   Explain the concept and principle of pharmaceutical disciplines

1.3 Describe Structure and function of human body in health and disease   with underlying biochemical, genetic, environmental, biological and other factors

1.4   Explain the concepts of medication management, pharmaceutical care, evidence based cost-effective, patient specific and rational pharmacotherapeutic planning

1.5   Describe management, economic, social, behavioral and research principles in decision making in administration and patient care.


 
2.       COGNITIVE (PLOC)

2.1   Apply knowledge of pharmaceutical, biomedical sciences and clinical sciences  in designing patient-specific cost- effective and evidence based therapeutic plan.

2.2   Evaluate drug information retrieved from authentic resources and report for application in patient care .

2.3   Apply   the   pharmaceutical   principles   and   methods   in   drug   design   and   development,   formulation, extemporaneous preparations and bioequivalence in manufacturing, practice.

2.4   Apply use of organizational, management, social, behavioral and legal principles in pharmaceutical services and patient care


 
3.       INTERPERSONAL AND RESPONSIBILITY:  (PLO IP)

3.1   Develop  and  demonstrate  critical  thinking,  active  and  reflective  learning  attitude  with  effective  self- management.

3.2 Demonstrate ability to work as effective and efficient team member with a potential leadership skills in diverse social and interprofessional environment.

3.3 Demonstrate high standards with regard to moral, ethical and legal conduct with high sense of responsibility, accountability and professionalism


 
4.       COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND IT AND NUMERICAL: (PLO CNIT)

4.1   Communicate in health care interprofessional setting in professional, and timely manner

4.2   Retrieve  information  from  electronic  data  bases,  evaluate,  use  in  decision  making  and  disseminate  when required with skills to use generic and pharmacy specific soft and hard-wares

4.3   Carry out Pharmaceutical calculations and analysis relevant to pharmaceutical care practice


 
5.       PSYCHOMOTOR SKILLS: (PLO PMS)

5.1   Perform the lab skills following guidelines/SOPs/Protocols and interpret the results for application