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Hospital & Community pharmacy

Hospital pharmacy is a specialized field of pharmacy that is integrated to make students specialized in procurement, compounding, manufacturing, dispensing. These include centers such as a hospital, outpatient department, inpatient department, poison information center, drug information center etc linked up with Pharmacy & therapeutic committee.

The profession involves selection, procurement, preparing, storing, compounding and dispensing medications for patients in a medical environment. Another important area is the provision of advice to both patients and other health professionals about the safe and therapeutic use of drugs.

The following are the topics included in the subject.

Chapter 1

  • Hospital, types of hospitals & its functions
  • The organization of hospital

Chapter 2

  • Hospital pharmacy
  • Organizational structure – Staff, Infrastructure & Workload statistics
  • Management of materials & finance
  • Responsibilities of hospital pharmacist
  • Role of pharmacist in community healthcare & education

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

  • Budget preparation & Implementation
  • Hospital formulary
  • Pharmacy Procedural manual
  • Patient counselling

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

  • Drug distribution
    • Outpatient drug distribution
    • Inpatient drug distribution
    • Ambulatory patient drug distribution
    • Dispensing of ancillary substances
    • Distribution of Narcotic & other controlled substances

Chapter 7

  • Drug information center
  • Poison information center

Chapter 8

  • Records & Reports
    • Prescription filling
    • Drug profile
    • Patient medication profile
    • Cases on drug interaction, Adverse reactions & Idiosyncratic cases

Chapter 9

  • Manufacture of pharmaceutical preparations
    • Sterile formulations-Large & Small volume preparations
    • Manufacturing of Ointments, liquids & creams
    • Manufacturing of Tablets, Granules, Capsules & Powders.
    • Total parenteral nutrition.

Chapter 10

  • Radio Pharmaceuticals- handling & Packaging

Chapter 11

  • Professional development programs- Education & Training

Chapter 12

  • Professional relations & Practices of Hospital Pharmacist.

COMMUNITY PHARMACY

Chapter 1

  • Community pharmacy
    • Community pharmacy practice
    • Role of community pharmacy & its relationship to other local healthcare providers & services to nursing homes & clinics
    • Professional responsibilities of community pharmacist (FIP/WHO model)
    • Prescription & medication order – its interpretation & legal requirements.

Chapter 2

  • Communication skills – with prescribers & patients
  • Over The Counter (OTC) drugs
  • Rational use of OTC  medications
    • Vitamins & tonics
    • Iron preparations
    • Analgesics & NSAIDs
    • Cough mixtures
    • Antidiarrhoeals

Chapter 3

  • Primary health care in the community pharmacy
    • Family planning
    • First aid
    • Participation in primary health programs
    • Smoking cessation
    • Screening programs
    • Nutrition
    • Responding to common ailments

Chapter 4

  • Community pharmacy management
    • Finance, materials, staff, infrastructure requirements
    • Drug information resources in community pharmacy
    • Computer applications in community pharmacy
    • Education & Training

Chapter 5

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