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There are currently no laws requiring pharmacists to be registered, but all pharmacies must have a license to conduct business. Pharmacists are able to substitute for generic equivalents at point of dispensing. The Australian College of Pharmacy provides continuing education programs for pharmacists. Wages for pharmacists in Australia appear to have stagnated. There are more graduates expected in the next few years making it even harder to get a job. Job security and increase in wages with regards to CPI could be unlikely. Contract and casual work is becoming more common.
In this highly stable hierarchy, the pharmacists — and even pharmacist assistants — were assigned status superior to all others in health-related fields such as physicians and acupuncturists. In the Imperial household, the pharmacist was even ranked above the two personal physicians of the Emperor. These practices have been linked to decreases in the average number of drugs in prescriptions, drug costs and incidence of adverse drug events. The degree awarded by most pharmacy schools is a Bachelor of Pharmacy Degree B.
However, in the near future,[ when? D Doctor of Pharmacy Degree. The University of Benin has started the Pharm. D programme with other pharmacy schools planning to start soon. The Pharmacy Degree in Nigeria is unclassified i. Pharmacy Graduates are required to undergo 1 year of Tutelage under the supervision of an already Registered Pharmacist a preceptor in a recognized and designated Institution before they can become Registered Pharmacists. The West African Post Graduate College of Pharmacy runs post-registration courses on advanced-level practice in various fields of pharmacy.
It is a college jointly funded by a number of Countries in the West Africa sub-region. There are thousands of Nigerian-trained pharmacists registered and practicing in countries such as the US, the UK, Canada etc. Doctor of Pharmacy degree is a graduate-level professional doctorate degree. Twenty-one universities are registered with the Pharmacy Council of Pakistan for imparting Pharmacy courses. Pharmacy Bachelor of Pharmacy Program to a 5-year Pharm.
Doctor of Pharmacy program. All 21 universities have started the 5-year Pharm. D Program.
In the Pharmacy Council of Pakistan approved the awarding of a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, a five-year programme at the Department of Pharmacy, University of Peshawar. The Programme includes 6-months pharmacy training. Not only pharmacists, but also pharmaceutical technicians are allowed to dispense prescription medicines, except for narcotics, psychotropics and very potent medicines.
Pharmacists approve prescriptions fulfilled by pharmaceutical technicians subsequently. Pharmaceutical technicians have to complete 2-years post-secondary occupational school and 2-years pharmacy training afterwards. Pharmacists are eligible to prescribe medicines in exceptional circumstances. All Polish pharmacies are obliged to produce compound medicines.
Most pharmacists in Poland are pharmacy managers and are responsible for pharmacy marketing in addition to traditional activities. To become a pharmacy manager in Poland, a pharmacist is expected to have at least 5-years professional experience.
All pharmacists in Poland have to maintain an adequate knowledge level by participating in various university- and industry-based courses and arrangements or by undergoing postgraduate specialization.
The education to become a licensed pharmacist is regulated by the European Union , and states that minimum educational requirements are five years of university studies in a pharmacy program, of which six months must be a pharmacy internship.
To be admitted to pharmacy studies, students must complete a minimum of three years of gymnasium, similar to high school school for about 15—year-old students program in natural science after elementary school 6—year-olds. In Sweden, pharmacists are called Apotekare. At pharmacies in Sweden, pharmacists work together with another class of legislated health care professionals called Receptarier, in English so-called prescriptionists, who have completed studies equal to a bachelor of science in pharmacy, i.
Prescriptionists also have dispensing rights in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland. The majority of the staff in a pharmacy are Apotekstekniker or "pharmacy technicians" with a 3 semesters education at a vocational college.
To major in pharmaceutical studies takes at least five years. Students spend their last year as interns in a pharmacy combined with courses at the university, with focus on the validation of prescriptions and the manufacturing of pharmaceutical formulations. Since all public health professions are regulated by the government it is also necessary to acquire a federal diploma in order to work in a pharmacy. It is not unusual for pharmaceutical studies majors to work in other fields such as the pharmaceutical industry or in hospitals.
Pharmacists work alongside pharma assistants, an apprenticeship that takes three years to complete. Pharmacists can further specialise in various fields, which is organized by PharmaSuisse the pharmacists association of Switzerland.
By international standards, the density of pharmacists is very low, with a mean of 0. The majority of pharmacists are found in urban areas, with some underserved regions having only 2 pharmacists per region. The salaries of pharmacists varied significantly depending on the place of work. Those who worked in the academia were the highest paid followed by those who worked in the multilateral non-governmental organizations.
The public sector including public retail pharmacies and faith based organizations paid much less. The Ministry of Health salary scale for medical doctors was considerably higher than that of pharmacists despite having a difference of only one year of training.
The University of the West Indies in St. Augustine offers a 4-year Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy as the sole practicing degree of pharmacy.
Graduates undertake a 6-month internship, known as pre-registration, under the supervision of a registered pharmacist, at a pharmacy of their choosing, whether community or institutional. After completion of the required pre-registration period, the graduate can then apply to the Pharmacy Board to become a registered pharmacist. After working 1 calendar year as a registered pharmacist, the individual can become a registered, responsible pharmacist.
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Published Date: Page Count: Free Shipping Free global shipping No minimum order. Salient Features Covers all the topics included in the various approved syllabi of hospital, clinical and community pharmacy Provides an integrated conceptual understanding of all the above components of pharmacy practice with relevant examples Highlights the relevance of drug formulary and rational drug use concepts in modern-day pharmacy practice Explores recent additions in the field of pharmacy practice including pharmacovigilance, pharmacoepidemiology, pharmacoeconomics and social pharmacy Provides recapitulation of the subject matter through relevant revision questions.
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