Pharmaceutical

Practical skills in Clinical Pharmacy  

Program Overview:

Through a 32 hours course, you will excel in:
  1. Hospital and Community Pharmacy practice through utilizing DynaMed, a clinical decision support tool, and others.
  2. OSCEs, an examination style to assess clinical skills and competence.
  3. Clinical Research Design, the compass that navigates the course of scientific exploration.
  4. Supply Chain Management strategies, and the intricate maze of market access tactics.

Program Objective:

By the end of this course, the trainee will be able to:
  1. Define the OSCE format and understand the criteria used for assessment.
  2. Identify various clinical decision support systems, such as DynaMed, Drugs.com, and Clinical Key, and their applications in evidence-based decision-making.
  3. Recognize effective communication techniques with healthcare professionals and understand their importance in clinical pharmacy practice.
  4. Apply patient counseling strategies to optimize medication adherence in different scenarios.
  5. Outline legal and clinical checks involved in the dispensing process and demonstrate accurate labeling and patient-specific instructions.
  6. Analyze hospital medication sheets to identify medication-related issues and demonstrate problem-solving skills.
  7. Design approaches to symptom assessment, triage, and referral in community pharmacy settings.
  8. Construct pharmacovigilance and adverse drug reaction reporting systems into their pharmacy practice.
  9. Generate effective purchasing and supply chain management strategies for pharmacy operations.
  10. Evaluate market access strategies in the pharmaceutical industry, considering pricing, reimbursement, and formulary processes.

Program Outcome:

Skills Acquired through the course:

  • Pharmacy Operations Skills
  • Clinical Research Skills
  • Evidence-Based Practice Skills
  • Problem Solving & Communication Skills

Target Audience:

  • Fresh Graduates from different universities

Duration:

- 32 hr in class
- 10 Days Training in Hospital (optional)
 
 

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Advanced High Performance Liquid Chromatography Method Development  

Program Overview:

High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is a multifactorial technique whose development is challenging, especially within the new mandatory guidelines of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and International Congress on Harmonization (ICH).
 
This course allows the participant to approach HPLC method development systematically, not based on the chromatographer’s experience. This course is designed for those who would like to boast their skills and knowledge in chromatographic methods. The course also deeply tackles Quality by Design concepts, Design Space in addition to data integrity as requirements of the international regularity authorities.
 

Program Goals:

The course goals are …
  1. To equip professionals (junior, mid or senior) working in the departments of Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Research and Development in the pharmaceutical industry with a solid knowledge of Quality by Design, systematic advanced HPLC method development and validation, and data integrity.
  2. To enhance the experimental HPLC skills and didactic analytical methodology of researchers and academics involved in pharmaceutical analysis and bioanalysis.

Program Objective:

Participants will be able to …
  1. Systematically develop and optimize HPLC methods.
  2. Overcome problems encountered in HPLC and chromatograms by practical troubleshooting approaches.
  3. Apply Quality by Design (QbD) concepts in HPLC method development using statistical software to visualize design space (DS).
  4. Follow guidelines of data integrity in the pharmaceutical industry.
 

Program Outcome:

Participants will be able to …
  1. Systematically develop and optimize HPLC methods.
  2. Overcome problems encountered in HPLC and chromatograms by practical troubleshooting approaches.
  3. Apply Quality by Design (QbD) concepts in HPLC method development using statistical software to visualize design space (DS).
  4. Follow guidelines of data integrity in the pharmaceutical industry.
 

Target Audience:

  • Pharmacists working in the Quality Control, Quality Assurance or Research and Development departments in the pharmaceutical or food industry.
  • Senior Pharmacy graduates (senior Pharmacy students 5th year).
  • Researchers in Pharmaceutical and Bioanalysis..

Duration:

32 hrs / 4 days
 

 

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