Slide 2: CAREER IN PHARMACY PRESENTED BY:: PRESENTED BY: RAFIA KHALID 2 ND PROF AFIA AKBAR 2 ND PROF Slide 4: Pharmacy is the art &science of formulating, compounding, manufacturing, distribution &sold of drugs &providing information to the relative person. PHARMACIST: are highly-trained and skilled healthcare professionals who perform various roles to ensure optimal health outcomes for their patients. PHARMACY: Slide 5: Community pharmacy Hospital pharmacy Clinical pharmacy Industrial pharmacy Compounding pharmacy Forensic pharmacy Nuclear pharmacy Drug inspector Teaching TYPES OF PHARMACY PRACTICE AREAS Community Pharmacy: Community Pharmacy Pharmacists are involved in: Educating patients. Maintaining & monitoring drugs records. Providing information. Hospital Pharmacy : Hospital Pharmacy In hospitals pharmacists are: Consult with other health care professionals. Meet patients on the ward. Advice on dosage &administration of drugs. Supervising pharmacy technicians. Ordering medicines. Making up prescription &providing information. Clinical Pharmacy : Clinical Pharmacy In clinical pharmacy , pharmacists are involved in: Dispensing & administrating drugs. Documenting professional services. Reviewing drug use. Communication. Counseling. Consulting. Industrial pharmacy : Industrial pharmacy In industrial pharmacy, pharmacists are employed in: Manufacturing. Product development /research. Quality control. Marketing. Sales &administration. Compounding pharmacy: Compounding pharmacy Compounding is the practice of preparing drugs in new forms Compounding pharmacies specialize in compounding, although many also dispense the same non-compounded drugs that patients can obtain from community pharmacies. Slide 11: Forensic Pharmacy "Forensic Pharmacy is the foundation of the structure on which the sacred profession of Pharmacy has been built. It provides much needed legal support, professional backing and ethical strength for the systematic growth of the profession. Slide 12: Nuclear Pharmacy Nuclear pharmacy involves in: Preparation of radioactive materials; used for diagnosis & treat disease. Promote health care through the safe &effective use of radioactive drugs. : A pharmacist graduate alone is eligible to become a drug inspector On promotion he becomes a regional assistant Director, Deputy Director, Joint Director and director. DRUG CONTROL ADMINISTRATION TEACHING: TEACHING The emerging branch of pharmacy demands highly trained and skilled pharmacist to educate the new incoming students who are willing to get their degrees in pharmacy. FUTURE IN PHARMACY : FUTURE IN PHARMACY In the coming decades, pharmacists are expected to become more integral within the health care system rather than simply dispensing medication, pharmacists will be paid for their patients care skills. Slide 16: THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!