Questions related to Pharmacy Education
My lab (microbial & pharmaceutical biotech lab) having purified /semi purified molecules isolated from Microbial cell.
Willing to do collaboration on Bioactivity/Structure characterization.
Our capability - Isolation /purification, analysis of natural molecules (mostly secondary metabolites) from microbial cell
Dr Bibhu Prasad Panda (M. Pharm, PhD)
School of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi
Sometimes the actual size of the ampoule or vial is too small, so the labeling of the high concentration electrolyte (high alert) becomes difficult and covers the vital information including the expiry date.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/book/9780128142769/clinical-pharmacy-education-practice-and-research. All clinical pharmacy teachers need to be practitioners and practice with research is evidence-based.
Professor Dixon Thomas
Interprofessional education is important for healthcare system as it is a team work. Looking for ideas / methods which are effective in improving interprofessional skills in healthcare education.
As a community Pharmacist, which guideline or resource do you follow for differential diagnosis of common ailments like common cold, allergic rhinitis, and other mild cases ? As well as the established pathway for OTC products to recommend in each of the above mentioned cases ? Do you follow "handbook of nonprescription drugs" or " community pharmacy symptoms diagnosis and treatment" or both combined or something else ?
I have researched, and there are many available ways to manage cough in community pharmacy setting, so which resource or reference do you use ?
I was wondering How do you utilize medicinal chemistry in your daily practice as a community Pharmacist ? or you are no longer utilizing it in any form in your daily practice ?
Does medicinal chemistry in general or knowing the Pharmacophore to be specific will help in the practice of Pharmacists in community Pharmacy ? If so, may you give examples to illustrate this point ? Because I think medicinal chemistry is all related to scientific research and Pharmaceutical companies, not related to the practice of Pharmacists.
Please provide provisional willingness to participate in an international pan-multicenter study in pharmacy education.
I'm researching for quantitative statistics and / or scientific papers on the cost of NICU units in Germany (alternatively Europe).
I would like know if in your country the microbiology tools in postmortem investigations are used routinely and if the microbiologist take a part to the autopsy.
In Italy the postmortem investigations are not used routinely.
Particularly with reference to the NHS of UK, it can be said that the general physicians are required to be actively involved in patient care, especially in the case of hospital discharge and rehabilitation after trauma. But to what extent the pharmacist can be involved too? What powers, authorities, and skills can the pharmacist apply to relieve an ailing patient?
We have been noticing increasing medical and medications malpractice , in the recent years and ethics should be incorporated as part and parcel of the Pharmacy curriculum.
Why pharmacy profession are not well recognized/not developed in developing countries till 21 century?
Hi everyone. My institution is trying to set up an interdisciplinary education particularly on pharmacy bachelor degree. Do you have any suggestion based on your experience how to start the program? Providing literature or journal explaining the process is also expected. Thank you in advance.
I am developing a lab component for our Pharmacology labs for 3rd year undergrad students in a Biotechnology program. I am having trouble finding 6 labs (3 hours each) to have students perform that my lab is capable of conducting.
Our lab has use of all general equipment and processes (i.e. running gels) and also has Bio-safety level 2 status, a Bio-safety Cabinet, HPLC, Biochemical analyzer, fluorescent microscope, inverted microscope, and CO2 incubator to name a few things.
We have a general mammalian cell culturing lab and an LD50 lab in the works, but if anyone could suggest anything else it would be greatly appreciated.
I think the International Conference on Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use, shows no specific definition of these terms
Reflective practice has been utilised in many health professional education, however the research in pharmacy education is scant. I would be interested if other researchers specifically involved in pharmacy education has had any experience with developing tutorial/workshop modules to foster reflective activities.
I am involved in academics. I have to give projects to my students. So I want to know in-vitro methods that can really help me for primary screening of research molecules.
Historically, foundational topics are well established in undergraduate pharmacy education. But in a rapidly developing and more complex and integrated health care environment, one should reflect on the status of undergraduate education and whether it is addressing the new and emerging needs at the societal and professional levels. Is it time to consider radical changes in how pharmacy is taught?
What is the minimum acceptable number of credit hours of pharmacology that a pharmacy students must learn in the undergraduate level?
Pharmacists and academicians need to distinguish between these terms and strive to use the appropriate language. PC Enthusiasts should at least know the relationship between these terms and know exactly what they are applying and/ or teaching. Some individuals still mix between pharm care and patient counseling. Is it time to have well-informed practitioner rather than generate mediocres?