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Pharmacy & Nursing - Nursing

Introduction

Nursing is a very special profession, which now can be defined as both an art and a science. In today’s world, the qualified nurse combines knowledge (theory), skill (practice), creativity and intuition to tend the sick, comfort the grieving and support the desolate. Nursing is a specialized profession that focuses on caring, nurturing, educating and research within the healthcare system. Those who are willing to learn, who possess leadership qualities and have a strong desire to care for and improve the quality of life of the sick should consider pursuing a course of study in Nursing.

 

Study Subjects

  • Health Science
  • Behavioral Science
  • Nursing Science
  • Clinical Practice
  • Medical Nursing
  • Surgical Nursing
  • Pediatric Nursing
  • Obstetric Nursing
  • Gynecology
  • Community Health Nursing
  • Nursing Research
  • Nursing Management
  • Emergency & Disaster
  • Professional Development

 

Career Opportunities

Nursing offers a wealth of career opportunities in the fields of education, clinical practice, research and management. A nursing graduate can aspire to become a university professor, a clinical specialist, a research specialist, or a director of nursing. With experience, a nursing graduate can run his/her own nursing home or nursery while there are also opportunities to pursue a nursing career abroad.

Pharmacy & Nursing - Pharmacy

Introduction

Pharmacy refers to the profession, which is concerned with the handling of all aspects of chemical substances, referred to as medicine or drugs. This includes knowledge of the source (whether natural or synthetic), the physical and chemical properties, the good and bad effects on living organisms (including man), the dosage forms, the formulation, compounding and manufacture, the storage, sale, laws and ethics governing the manufacture, import, export, storage, sale and usage of drugs or poisons. A person who has graduated with a bachelor degree in pharmacy is called a pharmacist. The pharmacist is trained in the counseling of patients on the appropriate usage of medicine, food supplements, and herbal preparations for related diseases, disorders or conditions. The pharmacist is also trained to provide information and advice on prevention of diseases and the maintenance of good health.

Study Subjects

  • Chemistry for Pharmacy
  • Introductory Physiology
  • Microbiology for Pharmacy
  • Basic Pharmacology and Immunopharmacology
  • Bio-statistics and Research Methods
  • Nervous System & Pharmacotherapy
  • Cardiovascular System, Blood & Pharmacotherapy
  • Physicochemical Properties of Drugs and Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients
  • Antimicrobial Therapy
  • Pulmonary, Renal & Pharmacotherapy
  • Extracurricular Learning Experience
  • Endocrine System & Pharmacotherapy
  • Extemporaneous Preparation in Pharmacy
  • Gastrointestinal System & Pharmacotherapy
  • Pharmacognosy
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Basic Pharmacokinetics
  • Clinical Pharmacy
  • Non-prescription Drugs
  • Pharmacy Law and Ethics
  • Pharmacoepidemiology
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Geriatric Pharmacy
  • Clinical Clerkship
  • Industrial Clerkship

Career Opportunities

Generally, pharmacist is responsible for the procurement, storage, distribution, dispending, usage and sale of drugs or medicines. They will be working in the hospital pharmacy, community pharmacy, government sector, pharmaceutical factories, multinational drag companies, as well as academia.

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  • Nursing
  • Pharmacy

Pharmacy & Nursing - Nursing

Introduction

Nursing is a very special profession, which now can be defined as both an art and a science. In today’s world, the qualified nurse combines knowledge (theory), skill (practice), creativity and intuition to tend the sick, comfort the grieving and support the desolate. Nursing is a specialized profession that focuses on caring, nurturing, educating and research within the healthcare system. Those who are willing to learn, who possess leadership qualities and have a strong desire to care for and improve the quality of life of the sick should consider pursuing a course of study in Nursing.

 

Study Subjects

  • Health Science
  • Behavioral Science
  • Nursing Science
  • Clinical Practice
  • Medical Nursing
  • Surgical Nursing
  • Pediatric Nursing
  • Obstetric Nursing
  • Gynecology
  • Community Health Nursing
  • Nursing Research
  • Nursing Management
  • Emergency & Disaster
  • Professional Development

 

Career Opportunities

Nursing offers a wealth of career opportunities in the fields of education, clinical practice, research and management. A nursing graduate can aspire to become a university professor, a clinical specialist, a research specialist, or a director of nursing. With experience, a nursing graduate can run his/her own nursing home or nursery while there are also opportunities to pursue a nursing career abroad.

Pharmacy & Nursing - Pharmacy

Introduction

Pharmacy refers to the profession, which is concerned with the handling of all aspects of chemical substances, referred to as medicine or drugs. This includes knowledge of the source (whether natural or synthetic), the physical and chemical properties, the good and bad effects on living organisms (including man), the dosage forms, the formulation, compounding and manufacture, the storage, sale, laws and ethics governing the manufacture, import, export, storage, sale and usage of drugs or poisons. A person who has graduated with a bachelor degree in pharmacy is called a pharmacist. The pharmacist is trained in the counseling of patients on the appropriate usage of medicine, food supplements, and herbal preparations for related diseases, disorders or conditions. The pharmacist is also trained to provide information and advice on prevention of diseases and the maintenance of good health.

Study Subjects

  • Chemistry for Pharmacy
  • Introductory Physiology
  • Microbiology for Pharmacy
  • Basic Pharmacology and Immunopharmacology
  • Bio-statistics and Research Methods
  • Nervous System & Pharmacotherapy
  • Cardiovascular System, Blood & Pharmacotherapy
  • Physicochemical Properties of Drugs and Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients
  • Antimicrobial Therapy
  • Pulmonary, Renal & Pharmacotherapy
  • Extracurricular Learning Experience
  • Endocrine System & Pharmacotherapy
  • Extemporaneous Preparation in Pharmacy
  • Gastrointestinal System & Pharmacotherapy
  • Pharmacognosy
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Basic Pharmacokinetics
  • Clinical Pharmacy
  • Non-prescription Drugs
  • Pharmacy Law and Ethics
  • Pharmacoepidemiology
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Geriatric Pharmacy
  • Clinical Clerkship
  • Industrial Clerkship

Career Opportunities

Generally, pharmacist is responsible for the procurement, storage, distribution, dispending, usage and sale of drugs or medicines. They will be working in the hospital pharmacy, community pharmacy, government sector, pharmaceutical factories, multinational drag companies, as well as academia.

Other courses you might be be interested...

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