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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Pharma opportunities in India and world : Pharma opportunities in India and world Presented by G.RAGUNATH final b.pharm S.B.COLLEGE OF PHARMACY SIVAKASI Careers In PharmacyWhat are you going to do after b.pharm? : What are you going to do after b.pharm ? 1) Higher Studies 2) Job opportunities 3) To become a entrepreneurPowerPoint Presentation: Studying 1) in India 2) in abroad Job 1) in India 2) in abroadPowerPoint Presentation: STUDYING IN INDIA 1)M.pharm (2 years) 2)Pharm D (3 years) 3)MBA 4)M.TECH 5)M.SC 6) Clinical studies 7) Bioinformatics 8) Hospital managementStudies in India : Studies in India Pharm D – 3Years after UG M.pharm Pharmaceutics Pharmaceutical Analysis Pharmacology Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Pharmacy practice Pharmaceutical Chemistry Pharmacognosy Industrial Pharmacy Phytopharmacy & Phytomedicine Pharma marketing Clinical pharmacy Pharma regulatory affairs Quality assurance MBA (Pharmaceuticals Management), M.TECH - biotechnology, Pharmaceutical chemistry M.SC - Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical chemistry Forensic Science Others Law for patent filling Dip in criminology PG dip in pharma chemistry PGD biostatics Select only AICTE and PCI Approved Colleges for M.PharmExams in India for hs : Exams in India for hs GPAT Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test is an all India Examination to be conducted by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) to facilitate admission of Pharmacy graduates in M. Pharm and also to award fellowships/ scholarships to Pharmacy graduates BITSAT Exam BITS (Birla Institute of Technology and Science), Pilani conducts an all-India entrance test (BITSAT) every year for admission into various courses. PGECET Exam Post Graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test (PGECET) is AP State Level entrance PG Courses in Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Pharmacy conducted by A.P. State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE)PowerPoint Presentation: TNCET which are exclusively for Tamil Nadu State Candidates, Entrance Examination is conducted by the Selection Committee usually in last week of March or first week of April by DME GGSIPU CET GGSIPU CET is a common entrance test conducted by Guru Goblin Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi for admission into its various technical and professional and technical courses offered by many colleges/universities in Tamil Nadu. GUJCET Gujarat Common Entrance Test, commonly called GUJCET, is conducted for admissions into engineering, medical and pharmacy programs in the state of Gujarat. RPET RPET Exam is conducted in Rajasthan for admission into the bachelors degree program in engineering, architecture and pharmacy. Know about Rajasthan PET which stands for Rajasthan Pre Entrance Test . Punjab CET PTUCET is conducted for admission into the undergraduate level of engineering, architecture and pharmacy in Punjab. Check out about Punjab Combined Entrance Test or Punjab CET.PowerPoint Presentation: MHT CET Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET) is an all-India test for admission to Health Sciences, Engineering and Pharmacy courses in colleges/universities/institutions located in Maharashtra. Uttarakhand Technical University Entrance Exam UTUEE or Uttarakhand Technical University Entrance Exam is conducted by Uttarakhand Technical University for admission into various disciplines. Pondicherry CENTAC JET Puducherry CENTAC JET also known as Centralized Admission Committee Joint Entrance Test is organized for admission in The Mother Theresa Post Graduate and Research Institute of Health Sciences Annamalai University AIMEE Annamalai University (AU) conducts All India Medical Entrance Exam (AIMEE), for admission to medical courses.PowerPoint Presentation: Orissa JEE Exam Orissa JEE exam is conducted by the Orissa University. NIPER JEE National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research Joint Entrance Examination (NIPER JEE) is conducted for admission in postgraduate level programmes in Pharmacy. PG-CET EXAM – WEST BENGAL Separate entrance exam for Jadavpur University PG Admissions MAH MPH CET Directorate of Technical Education Maharashtra conducts MAH MPH CET for the admission of students in Master of Pharmacy (M Pharm) course, in the state of Maharashtra. NU PGET NITTE University Post-Graduate Entrance Test (NU PGET) is an entrance test which is conducted for the admission in various medical programmes of postgraduate level. UP SEE UP SEE Exam is conducted by Uttar Pradesh Technical University for admission into higher education programs in Uttar Pradesh.Studying in abroad : Studying in abroad There are some qualification exams for studying in abroad I have listed some of the countries which have good scope to our profession they are C anada USA UK UAE(Dubai,Begrain…) South Africa Australia NewzealandPowerPoint Presentation: Country Flag Money Language Exams Canada 0.02/dollar 80.00/hr English:English or French (2 provinces) PEBC Evaluating Exam PEBC Qualifying Examination Parts I and II ACP Internship Program Law Examination USA 0.02/dollar $114,067/hr English:TOEFL , FPGEE Examination NAPLEX Examination MPJE Examination UK 0.014/Pounds £20 - £25 per hour. English:IELTS 1 year OSPAP Pre-Registration Training. Registration Examination UAE(Dubai,Begrain…) 0.07/dirham MOHPowerPoint Presentation: Country flag Money Language exams South africa 0.16/rand None mentioned Professional Examination – pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy practice. Pre-registration evaluation – pharmacist competence. Australia 0.02/dollar English: OET or IELTS APEC Stage I Examination – basic sciences APEC Stage II Examination – competency assessment + State Board requirements Newzealand 0.06/ringgit English: OET or IELTS PSNZ Inc Preregistration Programme and Assessment First Aid Certificate Law examPEBC Evaluating Exam PEBC Qualifying: PEBC Evaluating Exam PEBC Qualifying Abbreviation=pharmacist examination board of Canada Pharmacist Qualifying Examination - Introduction As regulated health care professionals, pharmacists are responsible and accountable to patients through legislation and the standards and bylaws of the professional regulatory authority in the province in which they practise. Provincial legislation and standards set out the requirements for licensure to practise. . This certification is granted by the PEBC to those who successfully complete the PEBC Qualifying Examination – Part I (MCQ) and Part II (OSCE ). ensuring that entry-level pharmacists and pharmacy technicians have the necessary professional knowledge, skills and abilities to practise pharmacy within their scope of practice, in a safe and effective manner. More information is available on the PEBC website: http://www.pebc.ca/index.php/ci_id/3147/la_id/1.htmFPGEE : FPGEE The Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Examination, or FPGEE, is one of the examinations required as part of the FPGEC Certification Program. (You must also take and pass the TOEFL, the English-language exam administered by Educational Testing Service.)FPGEE : FPGEE Structure of the FPGEE The 250 questions on the FPGEE are divided among four content areas: Basic biomedical sciences – 16% Pharmaceutical Sciences – 30% Social, behavioral, administrative pharmacy sciences – 22% Clinical sciences – 32% The FPGEE Blueprint offers in-depth information about the four content areas covered on the test. You must receive a scaled score of 75 or higher on the FPGEE to be eligible for FPGEC Certification. http://www.nabp.net/programs/examination/fpgee /NAPLEX & MPJE: NAPLEX & MPJE Learning Objectives Upon completion of this activity pharmacists (or pharmacy technicians) Purpose of the Exams North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX ) Used by all 50 states, DC and 5 US territories to assess competence to practice pharmacy. Purpose: To determine if it is safe for you to begin practicing pharmacy Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination (MPJE) Purpose: To assess the pharmacy jurisprudence knowledge of prospective pharmacistsPowerPoint Presentation: NAPLEX Registration Register with National Board of Pharmacy to obtain the Authorization to Test (ATT) Number Registration is on-line for NAPLEX, MPJE, and score transfer http://www.nabp.net Registration Bulletin will be very helpful Cost: NAPLEX: $485 MPJE: $200 Eligibility Requirements Graduation from a recognized college of pharmacy Or Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Examination (FPGEE) certification Proof of internship hour completion If internship hours are from out of state, that state board must transfer hours to Iowa’s Board of PharmacyThe NAPLEX : The NAPLEX Assesses competence to practice pharmacy Topics range from: Pharmacology Calculations Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacodynamics Therapeutics Dosage formsPowerPoint Presentation: The NAPLEX 4 hours 15 minutes Optional 10 minute break after 2 hours of testing Total: 185 questions 150 questions count for the score, other 35 are “pilot” questions Must answer to receive score: 162 Score needed to pass: 75 Not a percentage Questions are weighted differentlyPowerPoint Presentation: The NAPLEX Cannot omit or skip questions Cannot return to questions once submitted Questions presented 1 at a time Cases are repeated with each question Should answer all questions- penalty applies if answer less than 185 Clock on the computer Scroll boxes available – not all information is available on screen at one time Tutorial prior to examination to practice using computer NAPLEX Blueprint NABP website: http://www.nabp.net Assure safe & effective pharmacotherapy & optimize therapeutic outcomes 56% Assure safe & accurate preparation and dispensing medications 33% Provide health care information & promote public health 11% www.pre-naplex.comOSPAP - Overseas Pharmacists Assessment Programme : OSPAP - Overseas Pharmacists Assessment Programme the Overseas Pharmacists Assessment Programme (OSPAP) is accredited by the RPSGB, and is designed to ensure that persons who successfully complete the programme obtain an adequate level of knowledge and understanding of pharmacy and its practice to enable them to commence pre-registration training in Great Britain. Holders of pharmacy qualifications can only apply to join the OSPAP if they are registered or eligible to register as pharmacists in their country of qualification . For more information http://www.resourcing.uk.com/pharmacy/pharmacy-resource-centre/ospap.aspx For Australian http://www.australia-migration.com/page/APEC_Pharmacists/280IELTS( the International English Language Testing System ) : IELTS( the International English Language Testing System ) It is designed to assess the language ability of candidates who want to study or work where English is the language of communication. IELTS is offered up to four times a more than 125 countries IELTS is internationally focused in NorthAmerican, Australian, New Zealand, British, Canada and UK Fees 8000RsThe level of the test: The level of the test IELTS is designed to assess English language skill at all levels. There is no such thing as a pass or fail in IELTS. Results are reported as band scores on a scale from 1 (the lowest) to 9 (the highest)PowerPoint Presentation: The IELTS Band Score Scale 9 Expert user 8 Very good user 7 Good user 6 Competent user 5 Modest user 4 Limited user 3 Extremely limited user 2 Intermittent user 1 Non user 0 Did not attempt the test The level of the test IELTS is designed to assess English language skill at all levels. There is no such thing as a pass or fail in IELTS. Results are reported as band scores on a scale from 1 (the lowest) to 9 (the highestTest format: Test format There are two modules 1) Academic :- The Academic module is for candidates wishing to study at undergraduate levels, and for those seeking professional registration 2)General Training :- The General Training module is for candidates wishing to migrate to an country (Australia, Canada, NewZealand, UK), and for those wishing to trainor study at below degree levelListening: Listening Timing: Approximately 30 minutes (plus 10 minutes’ transfer time) Questions: There are 40 question Test Parts: There are 4 sections Section 1 is a conversation between two people set in an everyday social context (e.g. a conversation in an accommodation agency) Section 2 is a monologue set in an everyday social context (e.g. a speech about local facilities or a talk about the arrangements for meals during a conference) Section 3 is a conversation between up to four people set in an educational or training context (e.g. a university tutor and a student discussing an assignment, or a group of students planning a research project) Section 4 is a monologue on an academic subject (e.g. a university lecture) Each section is heard once only Skills assessed: A wide range of listening skills is assessed Marking: Each correct answer receives 1 mark Scores out of 40 are converted to the IELTS 9-band scale Scores are reported in whole and half bandsReading: Reading Timing: 60 minutes (no extra transfer time) Questions: There are 40 questions A variety of question types is used, Skills assessed: A wide range of reading skills is assessed, including Listening Reading Marking: Each correct answer receives 1 mark Scores out of 40 are converted to the IELTS 9-band scale Scores are reported in whole and half bands Test Parts: There are 3 sections The total text length is 2,150-2,750 words Academic Reading Each section contains one long text.from books, journals, magazines and newspapers. General Training Reading Section 1 contains two or three short factual texts, , e.g. hotel advertisements). Topics are relevant to everyday life in an English-speaking Section 2 contains two short factual texts focusing on work- (e.g. applying for jobs, company policies, pay and conditions, workplace facilities, staff development and training) Section 3 :- on a topic of general interest Texts are authentic and are taken from notices, advertisements, books, magazines and newspapersWriting: Writing Timing: 60 minutes Tasks: There are 2 tasks Candidates are required to write at least 150 words for Task 1 and at least 250 words for Task 2 Skills assessed: In both tasks, candidates are assessed on their ability to write a response which is appropriate in terms of content in the accuracy and grammar Academic Writing In Task 1, ; to explain how something works In Task 2, to evaluate the challenge ideas, an argument General Training Writing In Task 1, provide general factual information; express needs, wants, likes and dislikes; express opinions (views, complaints etc.) In Task 2, candidates are assessed on their ability to provide general factual Test Parts: There are 2 parts Academic Writing In Task 1, candidates are presented with a graph, table, chart or diagram and are asked to explain on there own words In Task 2, candidates are asked to write an essay in response to a point of view, argument or problem General Training Writing In Task 1, candidates are presented with a situation and are asked to write a letter requesting information or explaining the situation. In Task 2, candidates are asked to write an essay in response to a point Topics are of general interestSpeaking: Speaking Timing: 11-14 minutes Tasks: The Speaking test is a 3-part face-to-face oral interview with an examiner Skills assessed: A wide range of speaking skills is assessed, including the ability to communicate opinions and information on everyday topics and common experiences Marking: Candidates are assessed on their performance throughout the test by certificated IELTS examiners according to the four criteria of the IELTS Speaking Test Band Descriptors (fluency and coherence, lexical resource, grammatical range and accuracy, pronunciation). Writing Speaking General Training Test Parts: There are 3 parts Part 1 Introduction and interview (4-5 minutes) The examiner introduces him/herself and asks the candidate to introduce him/herself and confirm his/her identity general questions on familiar topics, e.g. home, family, work, studies and interests Part 2 Individual long turn (3-4 minutes) The examiner gives the candidate a task card which asks the candidate to talk about a particular topic. The candidate is given 1 minute to prepare their talk , Part 3 Two-way discussion (4-5 minutes) The examiner asks further questions which are connected to the topicPowerPoint Presentation: Test Report Form validity Recognising organisations will not usually accept a Test Report Form that is more than two years old unless you provide evidence that you have actively maintained or tried to improve your English since taking the test. The IELTS Test Partners can not confirm the validity of test results that are more than two years old. The Listening, Reading and Writing tests must be completed on the same day. There are no breaks between the three written tests. The Speaking test may be taken up to seven days before or after the other three tests. For more information contact www.ielts.orgMoh exam : Moh exam Fees:- Rs 6000 written ( MCQ ) clinical parts (patient management problems) after reaching the country you can appear for exam there in Arabic language ( basically cology is preferred) to get more information about moh exam visit http://www.moh.gov.ae/en/Highlights/Pages/Exam-Schedule-2012.aspxGRE (G R A D U A T E R E C O R D E X A M I N A T I O N S) : GRE ( G R A D U A T E R E C O R D E X A M I N A T I O N S ) Fees-7800/-( if cancellation 120$ lose) Exam details ;two sections 1)verbal-800 marks 2) maths-800 marks verbal-> analogs,sentence completion,antonyms,synonyms,analytical writing,general assay,integrated essay,( always they give controversial topics)Continue…………… : Continue…………… Maths:-quantitative section, graphs (10 standard) Score:- 1400-1600( can get good universities) 1200-1400( medium universities ) less than 1200 ( no scholarship, not in good universities) to get more information about GRE exam visit www.gre.orgToefl-ibt(internet based test) : Toefl-ibt (internet based test) Total marks :- 120 score:- above 80 is good exam:- 4 sections (reading,listening,speaking and writing ) to get more information about Toefl-ibt exam visit www.toefl.org1. TOEFL as general test of fluency in English and general guidelines- : 1. TOEFL as general test of fluency in English and general guidelines- TOEFL test is of four types- Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing 1. Reading Section- This section is very much similar to the comprehension passages in the GRE-. However, the passages in the TOEFL are much simpler . Also, usually the portion of the passage focused upon by a question is highlighted unlike those in the GRE tests.PowerPoint Presentation: 1.2. Listening Section- In this section needs a good understanding in the American accent of English. This section tests the ability of the candidate to understand their accent clearly and that too in a single go! . This sections requires a good deal of practice. 1.3. Speaking Section- this section doesn’t require an American accent. The most important idea in this section that is to be focused upon is lucid, uninterrupted and smooth fluent English without pauses (even though the speaker has Indian accent of English) . However, this doesn’t mean that the English spoken is a super fast one; it must be just clear to the listener that would help him/her understand speaker’s ideas and must impress the listener he/she has to convey his message completely.PowerPoint Presentation: 1.4. Writing Section- This section is complimentary to the analytical writing assay of the GRE- General test. It involves write up on given issue and is time limited test. It focuses on the writing ability and the caliber of the candidate to frame a logical, coherent and meaningful body of the essay that is appealing to the reader. This section is not much of burden and worries if the student is well prepared with the Analytical Writing section of GRE- General Test.Job Opportunities: Job Opportunities Drug inspector:- b.pharm graduate can write drug inspector exam conducted by govt of India Pharmacist B Pharm graduate can be Hospital Pharmacist or Community Pharmacist. Teaching B Pharm - First Class students are eligible to teach as lecturers in the D Pharm. M Pharm, with First Class can get a lecturer’s job in pharmacy degree colleges. Below 5years Assistant Profssor 5-10 Associate Professor 10 years with Ph.D - Professor or a Principal of a college.PowerPoint Presentation: Clinical Research B Pharm/ M Pharm degree holders can take up career in clinical research. The human testing phase is called the clinical trial. A pharmacist can work as clinical research associate or clinical pharmacist. Pharmaceutical industry- Production Store keeper Quality Assurance Health Manager Analytical Chemist of Quality Control Manager Regulatory Manager Career in Regulatory bodies- Regulatory bodies like Food and Drug Administration work as an inspector to inspect the clinical trial process. For these government jobs the student needs to appear and pass the MPSC examination. pharmacopeia commission ,regional laboratory, central drug lab ,central drug research labPowerPoint Presentation: Sales and Marketing: Medical representative, Area managers, RBM, Marketing Product managers. Medical Transcription & Medical coding To maintain the patient treatment History in online to make PrescriptionJob opportunities in abroad : Job opportunities in abroad Pharmacist Teaching Marketing R&DVarious pharmacist in abroad (the role of the pharmacist as part of the healthcare team): Various pharmacist in abroad ( the role of the pharmacist as part of the healthcare team) 1) academic pharmacist 2) chain drug store pharmacist 3) community pharmacist 4) compounding pharmacist 5) critical care pharmacist 6) drug information specialist 7) home care pharmacist 8) hospice pharmacist 9) hospital staff pharmacist 10) industry-based pharmacist 11) public health service pharmacist 12) regulatory pharmacist 13) veterinary pharmacist 14) infectious disease pharmacist 15) long-term care pharmacist 16) managed care pharmacist 17) military pharmacist 18) nuclear pharmacist 19) nutrition support pharmacist 20) oncology pharmacist 21) operating room pharmacist 22) paediatric pharmacist 23) the pharmacist in a grocery chain 24) pharmacists in non-traditional settings 25) pharmacy benefit manager 26) poison control pharmacist 27) primary care pharmacist 28) psychiatric pharmacistacademic pharmacist: academic pharmacist He also enjoys the autonomy, and the great relationship he has with students, physicians and residents. He is Helping to shape the future of our profession. Be a role model for students to take the best things. He can offer in terms of professional responsibilities and ethics and apply it to their own careers.”chain drug store pharmacist : chain drug store pharmacist “In chain store pharmacy, the sky’s the limit if you’re a go-getter. There are endless opportunities — you can create the career you want,” “As a pharmacist, you can practically dictate where you want to be — in the store, the field, or the home office.”community pharmacist : community pharmacist “As a community pharmacist and small business owner, I really have to focus on my patients and customers. I observe what’s happening day in and day out and direct my attention to how to direct the flow of traffic for greater efficiency.”compounding pharmacist : compounding pharmacist Some patients are allergic to preservatives or dyes or are very sensitive to standard drug strengths. As a result, their bodies are unable to tolerate generally accepted medications. When this happens, it is up to a compounding pharmacist to create a new formulation that will work well for the patient. Sometimes this can be done easily and other times the pharmacist will call on the physician for input. For example, formulations for those with trouble swallowing can be changed from pill form to lollipop, topical gel or suppositorycritical care pharmacist : critical care pharmacist Critical care pharmacists are on the front lines of medical care, making life and death decisions at every turn. Often, they see the results of those decisions in short order. They go on patient rounds in the intensive care unit with a multidisciplinary team of health professionals, aiming to optimize the use of medications in the sickest patients in the hospital by identifying potential adverse effects and drug interactions.drug information specialist : drug information specialist “My practice setting is actually different from other drug information pharmacists’ who work in industry. He will have very good knowledge about ever drug “home care pharmacist : home care pharmacist “You think you have a plan of care and then you discover circumstances change and the patient has additional needs,” she says. “It’s fair to say that in this job there is never a dull moment.”hospice pharmacist : hospice pharmacist “Someone asked me once, what it takes to do this job well. More than anything else, I think, it is the ability to enter deeply into the pain, suffering , and sadness that are a part of life and death and then to emerge on the other side into peace and joy. Over and over again.”hospital staff pharmacist : hospital staff pharmacist A few decades ago, hospital pharmacists were regarded as materials managers. They had little patient contact and worked deep in the depths of the hospital, away from the action.industry-based pharmacist : industry-based pharmacist • Pharmaceutics: develop new drugs and novel dosage forms. • Research development: work in any capacity from bench scientist to clinical research specialist, conducting and managing clinical trials. • Field investigation: develop and administer drug trials. • Epidemiology: monitor and manage safety reporting for drug products and new product portfolios. • Production: work in both early production development and quality control responsibility. • Regulatory affairs: work with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on regulation of drug development and promotion. • Medical and scientific information: work as a drug information specialist for industry.infectious disease pharmacist : infectious disease pharmacist “Common infections such as pneumonia, have become difficult to treat. Some of these organisms are resistant to the most traditional therapies and resistance to multiple antibiotics is continuing to riselong-term care pharmacist : long-term care pharmacist "It’s easy for people who work in long-term care to lose sight of what the patient was like at a younger age. . I always try to recognize my patients’ contributions and, of course , treat them with dignity. This job is all about reinforcing the golden rule."managed care pharmacist : managed care pharmacist They were always quite open to helping people.” “Managed care pharmacy, as well as most other areas of pharmacy, is a different world today than it was fifteen years ago. With access to the Internet and other educational materials, our members are generally much better educated about their medical problems as well as the drug therapies they are on.”military pharmacist : military pharmacist “While both civilian and military pharmacists make Iv s and fill prescriptions, in the military you're handed more responsibility, you utilize technicians more than in the outside world and you always have that pack-your-bags phone call hanging over your head,” “You are a 24-hour-a-day representative of the USA. Your duty isn’t done when your day shift ends,”nuclear pharmacist : nuclear pharmacist In addition to preparing radiopharmaceutical agents, a nuclear pharmacist is responsible for quality control of these chemicals. Radiopharmaceuticals must meet certain USP compendium standards for purity, particle size and pH. While this generally is the responsibility of the drug manufacturers, it is up to the nuclear pharmacist to make sure the standards are upheld. Because of the radioactive nature of the materials, disposing of waste materials properly is an important responsibility within the pharmacist’s realm. Uniform standards for this purpose have been set by the government and must be strictly adhered to in all institutions.nutrition support pharmacist : nutrition support pharmacist “My work is especially gratifying for me because I’ve had a similar personal experience. I have been in the shoes of my patients and have a great respect for what they’re going through.”oncology pharmacist : oncology pharmacist “There’s no such thing as a standard dose of chemotherapy, but there is a standard question. Almost every cancer sufferer wants to know what he or she should do, what treatment they should take”operating room pharmacist : operating room pharmacist “ Every day in the OR brings a new group of patients with a new set of problems. There is certainly no set routine in terms of workflow. Things can be intensely quiet one minute and move at the speed of light the next. A patient can go from being fine to ‘crashing’ within seconds. You’ve got to be able to respond quickly to whatever situation arises.”paediatric pharmacist : paediatric pharmacist His work is to prescribe the medicine to the children's Based on Childs infection he will prescribe the medicinepharmacists in non-traditional setting : pharmacists in non-traditional setting “It’s gratifying when we can make our voice heard and see that we’re making a difference in the practice of pharmacy,” . “Having a dual degree helps me understand the interplay between law and healthcare. That’s especially important with the advent of powerful new drugspharmacy benefit manager : pharmacy benefit manager “In managed care disease management is often looked upon as ‘Big Brother’, but on the positive side we can get a bird’s eye view that a physician wouldn’t be able to hone in on. Our service provides a safeguard to insure that everything about a patient is attended to correctly.”poison control pharmacist : poison control pharmacist Their managing directors are certified by the American Board of Medical Toxicology (ABMT) or by the American Board of Applied Toxicology (ABAT). The centers work closely with all poison treatment facilities (usually hospitals) and ambulance services in their region. All poison control centers (PCC) maintain records of all cases that are aggregated yearly by the American Association of Poison Control Centers in the National Data Collection System.primary care pharmacist : primary care pharmacist “I was less interested in the commercial aspect of pharmacy and more focused on patients. In primary care, we don’t deal with a product so much as a service.” “I really like what I do and am not concerned with watching the clock. I enjoy seeing patients get well and they seem to know I’m playing a role in their recoveries.”psychiatric pharmacist : psychiatric pharmacist “Psychiatric pharmacists can have a real impact on patients, providing education about medications, monitoring for side effects of medications, and making recommendations to improve the outcomes of drug therapy,” “In the past decade there has been an explosion in the number of medications available to treat psychiatric disorders, as well as an increased awareness about the numbers of people suffering from these illnesses.”public health service pharmacist : public health service pharmacist The U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) is one of the nation’s largest employers of pharmacists which is for all country in India (Indian Health Service.) The FDA, employs over 300 pharmacists in 150 locations, working in pharmacology, radio pharmacology, toxicology and pharmacokinetics to ensure the safety and efficacy of drugs. These pharmacists deal with new drug applications and adverse event reports, conduct field inspectionsregulatory pharmacist : regulatory pharmacist It is also called government affairs , is a profession within regulated industries, such as pharmaceuticals, medical devices, energy, and banking. Regulatory affairs also has a very specific meaning within the healthcare industries ( pharmaceuticals , medical devices , biologics and functional foods Regulatory professionals are employed in industry, government and academia and are involved with a wide range of products, including: pharmaceuticals medical devices in vitro diagnostics biologics and biotechnology nutritional products cosmetics veterinary productsveterinary pharmacist: veterinary pharmacist Each year, pet owners spend more than $3 billion to maintain the health of their animals. The veterinary pharmacist is indispensable as a provider of animal health care. The pharmacists’ knowledge of drugs, their stability, and their mechanisms of action and administration, may mean the difference in the outcome for a sick or injured animal to give medicineTo become a entrepreneur : To become a entrepreneur start a retail medical store start a pharma industry start a wholesale medical store Export herbalsTo update the knowledge for exams: To update the knowledge for exams www.rxlist.com www.drugs.com www.webmd.com www.medindia.net www.accessdata.fda.com www.cimsasia.com www.mims.com www.linkedin.comIts a time for our discussion: Its a time for our discussion You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.