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PHARMACEUTICS

introduction and orientation


of pharmacy profession
GROUP A-9

RUQAYYA PARVAIZ
SARIA NISAR
KHOLA TARIQ
RATAN KUMAR
MUHAMMAD AMMAR MAQSOOD
●INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACY…

*The practice or art of


preparing and
dispensing drugs.
*Provision of drug related
information to the
public.
Continued…
Pharmacy involves˝
•Interpretation of prescription orders.
•Compounding.
•Drug product selection.
•Patient monitoring & intervention.
Requirements…
1.Be professional communicators with patients,
other healthcare providers, and decision
makers.
2.Deliver good quality in products, services,
and communication.
3.Document their actions and make
descriptions and publication.
→PRACTICE AREAS…
1)Community pharmacy.
2)Industrial pharmacy.
3)Pharmacists in government.
4)Research.
5)Nuclear pharmacist.
6)Veterinary pharmacist.
7)Chain drug store pharmacy.
8)Pharmacist in management.
9)Forensic pharmacy
10)Retail pharmacy
COMMUNITY PHARMACY…
• A community pharmacy is a community-
based pharmacy. Importance of
communication with patients, imparting
knowledge about different methods used to
control drugs abuse and misuse and for
identifying the role of pharmacist as a public
health educator in community for drug
monitoring and information.
• pharmacists should have the required
education, skills, and competence to deliver
these professional services
Continued…
• The daily life of a Community Pharmacist.
• clinical scrutiny of prescriptions.
• oversight of safe dispensing processes.
• providing patients with advice about medicines
and treatments;
• provision of public health information to patients
and customers and promotion of wellness.
• assessment and treatment for minor ailments.
• professional oversight of the sales of over the
counter (OTC) medicines.
RESEARCH
• pharmacists do many things but they are mainly involved in
the research and development of new medicines, ensuring
their safety and quality.
INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY
• It is a discipline which includes manufacturing,
development, marketing and distribution of drug products
including quality assurance of these activities .
PHARMACEUTICAL CARE…

• Pharmaceutical care is the


direct, responsible
provision of medication-
related care for the
purpose of achieving
definite outcomes that
improve a patient’s quality
of life.
• Mission of pharmacist.
NUCLEAR PHARMACY…
• Nuclear pharmacy focuses on preparing radioactive
materials for diagnostic tests and for treating certain
diseases.
• Nuclear pharmacists undergo additional training specific to
handling radioactive materials, and unlike in community and
hospital pharmacies, nuclear pharmacists typically do not
interact directly with patients.
HOSPITAL PHARMACY…
• Hospital pharmacists are a vital part of the
healthcare team.
• There is the manufacturing of sterile
medicines, managing the care of patients
with all types of conditions, working in the
dispensary, providing information on
medicines and managing the purchase of
medicines for the whole hospital.
CLINICAL PHARMACY…
• The clinical pharmacist's role involves creating a
comprehensive drug therapy plan for patient-specific
problems, identifying goals of therapy, and reviewing all
prescribed medications prior to dispensing and
administration to the patient.
• Clinical pharmacists are directly involved in patient care
across pharmacy services, and they perform many functions
to help advise doctors and nurses on the best medications to
treat your condition.
FORENSIC PHARMACY;
It is a branch of pharmacy that deals with the
application of scientific knowledge to legal
problems and legal proceedings.
RETAIL PHARMACY;
Working in a pharmacy,preperation and
supply of medicines, packaging, labeling,
legal requirements,storage,supply,records
etc.....
◌Fast facts…

• What do you need?


• Strong business and management skills
• Ability to gather, analyze, and make
decisions based on data
• Ability to multitask
Continued…
What’s it take?
• A current, active license to practice pharmacy
• Bachelor of Science (BS) or Doctor of
Pharmacy (PharmD) degree
• Experience in business is preferred
Where will you practice?
• A corporate office setting.
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