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A Bridge Towards Knowledge

1. Competencies related to having foundational knowledge (Learner)

  • To have the necessary knowledge required to practice.

2. Competencies related to providing pharmaceutical care: (Caregiver, Manager, Promoter, Provider, Problem solver, Educator, Advocate, Collaborator, Includer, Communicator)

  • Reading prescriptions and analyzing all patient's related information regarding his disease and treatments, for the purpose of determining and resolving or preventing any actual or potential drug and disease related problems. And using his/her best knowledge to choose the best treatment that will provide the best outcome.
  • Providing pharmaceutical counseling regarding the disease and the symptoms, the expected benefit of the medication and the expected side effects, how to deal with them if they happen them and how to prevent them. In addition to counseling regarding the importance of adherence to medication administration Instructions.
  • Application of the principles of good management and effective leadership in various pharmaceutical institutions.
  • Pharmaceutical marketing skills.
  • Familiarity with the ethics of practice of the pharmacy profession.
  • Familiarity with pharmaceutical legislation and legal responsibility.
  • Educating various members of the community and other health care personnel on the optimal use of medication and best practices for disease prevention.

3. Competencies related to pharmaceutical formulations and the pharmaceutical industry: (Manufacturer)

  • Knowledge of physicochemical properties of pharmaceutical formulations.
  • Formulating and dispensing of different pharmaceutical dosage forms.
  • Being able to do pharmaceutical calculations, and different pharmaceutical analysis (Chemical, physical and microbial).
  • Knowledge of principles of pharmaceutical quality assurance and good manufacturing practices (GMP).
  • Knowledge of manufacturing operations related to the different pharmaceutical formulations.
  • Knowledge of basic principles of drug development.

4. Competencies related to professional and personal development: (Self-aware, Leader, Innovator, Professional)

  • Ability to search for accurate and scientific information and the ability to conduct scientific research.
  • The ability to communicate with different groups of society, including patients, health care providers, and the general public.
  • Time management and prioritization skills.

Matrix – How competencies of FPMS match to AQACHEI competencies, PILO and individual courses. I.E how competencies and skills are developed throughout the curriculum

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