بكالوريوس في الصيدلة / التدريب العملي والميداني

Ø  Field Experience
·          The actual practice experiences include direct interaction with diverse patient populations in a variety of practice set. BSc students should provide evidence of at least 1440 hours of actual training in community pharmacy or hospital pharmacy that matches requirements from most Faculties of pharmacy abroad. This field training is under the auspices of Jordan Pharmacist Association. This is a requirement for licensing by Jordanian Pharmacist Association (JPA) and Ministry of Health.
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·          The School of Pharmacy mandates that 480 hours of field training be under its direct supervision through the Assistant Dean for Training as part of Pharmaceutical Field Training I and II. 1. For “Pharmaceutical Field Training I” [2 credit hours, third year level] and “Pharmaceutical Field Training II” [2 credit hours, fourth year level] (1200401 and 1200402), students are trained by working licensed pharmacists.
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·          The Pharmaceutical Field Training I course is a 16-week didactic training program over one academic semester. This course consists of 240 hours of externship in community pharmacy setting. Ideally, student should enroll in this course in the summer following the third professional year. Community pharmacies throughout Jordan are used as training sites for this actual pharmacy practice experience. At the end of this course, students are supposed to be familiar with the trade name and uses of most commonly prescribed medications in Jordan. Students are also supposed to know the drug store and the manufacturers of these medications. Knowledge of the trade name, drug store, and manufacturers is essential for the practice of community pharmacist. The principal objective of this course is to familiarize students with fundamentals of pharmacy practice in community setting.
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·          The Pharmaceutical Field Training II course is a 16-week didactic training program over one academic semester. This course consists of 240 hours of externship in hospital pharmacy setting. Ideally, students should enroll in this course in the summer following the fourth professional year. Hospital pharmacies throughout Jordan are used as training sites for this actual pharmacy practice experience. Other available training sites include, “Drug Information center”, Jordan Food and Drug Administration” known as JFDA or Pharmaceutical Industry Institutions. The principal objective of this course is to familiarize students with fundamentals of pharmacy practice in hospital setting. Successful completion of the course should lead to the following outcomes