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Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy

This diploma focuses on the emerging role of clinical pharmacists and prepares them to take a lead role in developing clinical pharmacy services and programs with guided practical steps.

Clinical Pharmacy deals with patient centered care, where clinical Pharmacists are responsible for providing best possible therapy in the prevention and treatment of diseases. The pharmacists of today work as active members of health care providers’ team to participate in decision making for patient specific therapeutic planning, monitoring and evaluating therapeutic outcomes and resolving drug related problems. This emerging role of the pharmacists bring them to the center of the healthcare delivery system where they are responsible for safe medication use and medication therapy management.

Course Structure

This diploma consists of 5 compulsary modules and 1 optional module.

  • Module 1: Anticoagulation & related disease

  • Module 2: Cardiovascular disease

  • Module 3: Total parenteral nutrition

  • Module 4: Pain Management

  • Module 5: Diabetes management for in & outpatients

  • Module 6: (Optional Module) Infectious disease & antimicrobial therapy

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