|Course Name||Course Description||No. of Credits||Code|
|Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics -I||Prerequisites: Pharmacology/Pharmacotherapeutics/Clinical pharmacy related courses
Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics- I is a four credit course offered in the first semester of the First year of MS clinical pharmacy curriculum. The aims of this course are to develop the necessary professional skills in the student for the drug therapy management of different diseases, such as cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, gastrointestinal, endocrine and hematological and disorders; to resolve drug related problems; and appreciate the quality use of medicines. This knowledge helps the students to apply therapeutic skills and rational selection of drugs in the management of diseases. Learning is facilitated through ward rounds, case discussions, and interactive lecture sessions, self-directed learning (small group sessions, assignments, problem based learning, seminar and course examinations).
|Theory 2 + CBL/ Case Presentation 2 = 4||PAPT 611|
|Principles of Clinical Pharmacy & Patient Data Analysis||Prerequisites: Pharmacotherapeutics/Clinical pharmacy related courses
Principles of clinical pharmacy & Patient Data Analysis is a four credit course offered in the first semester of first year MS clinical pharmacy curriculum. The main goal of the course is to prepare the student to understand the professional roles of clinical pharmacist. During the course, the students are taught about the importance of ward round participation, collecting medication history to monitor the drug therapy by analyzing the lab profiles of the patient, provision of unbiased drug information to the prescribers and counseling of patients. The educational objectives of this course will be achieved through interactive learning, assignments, seminars, and the course examinations.
|Theory 2 + CBL/ Case Presentation 2 = 4||PCPP 612|
|Advanced Hospital Pharmacy||Prerequisites: None
Advanced Hospital Pharmacy is a four credit course offered in the first semester of the first year MS curriculum. The main goal of the course is to prepare the student to understand the professional roles of hospital pharmacist and delegate the same diligence to provide effective services to the clinicians and patients. The students are taught about various hospital pharmacy services such as drug dispensing, distribution, patient counseling and prevention of medication errors for improved patient care. The educational objectives of this course will be achieved through hospital pharmacy postings, assignments and seminars.
|Theory 3 +CBL 0 = 3||PAHP 613|
|Modern Community Pharmacy||Prerequisites: None
This course deals with the questions to be asked by a community pharmacist in a number diseases in a community setting. Differentiates between different aspect of certain diseases and describe effective therapy management in community pharmacy. Importance of health screening services in drug therapy management and home medication review, in addition to build up full background knowledge about the use of medication in retail pharmacy and to interpret this information into the actual counseling process and management. Learning is facilitated through interactive lecture sessions, self-directed learning (small group sessions, case based learning, assignments, problem based learning, seminar and course examinations). The course will also involve a minimum of 4 rotations in PHCs in RAK.
|Theory 2 + CBL 2 = 4||PMCP 614|