Professional qualification and specialisation of pharmacists
A pharmacist employed in a pharmacy or a pharmaceutical wholesaler is obliged to improve his professional qualifications by participating in continuous training, the aim of which is to update his knowledge and continuous training in new achievements of pharmaceutical sciences.
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The title of a specialist pharmacist may be obtained within the framework of post-graduate education, after completing a specialisation training course, called „specialisation”, and passing a state examination. cardboard boxes. Specialisation may be started by a person who satisfies the following cumulative conditions:
- has the right to practice the profession of pharmacist;
- has a one-year period of service in the profession;
- was qualified to undergo a specialization in the recruitment procedure.
Specialisations and continuous training are provided by faculties or other organisational units of higher education institutions which provide degree programmes in pharmacy.
Pharmacists specialize in the following specialties:
Pharmaceutical analyst; bromatology; pharmacy; clinical pharmacy; industrial pharmacy; hospital pharmacy; pharmacology; a herbal medicine; microbiology and pharmaceutical biotechnology; toxicology; public health; environmental health.
Pharmaceutical services According to the Act on Pharmaceutical Chambers, the pursuit of the profession of pharmacist is aimed at the protection of public health and includes the provision of pharmaceutical services consisting in particular in
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the preparation and manufacture of medicinal products; quality assessment of prescription, pharmacy and finished drugs; the dispensing of medicinal products and medical devices; preparation of prescription and pharmaceutics in a pharmacy; supervising the manufacture, marketing, storage, use and disposal of medicinal products and medical devices; the provision of information and advice on the operation and use of medicinal products and medical devices;
providing pharmaceutical care consisting in a documented process in which a pharmacist, in cooperation with a patient and a doctor, and, if necessary, with representatives of other medical professions, ensures the proper course of pharmacotherapy in order to achieve specific effects improving the quality of life of a patient;
running a pharmacy, a pharmacy, a hospital pharmacy department or a pharmaceutical wholesaler.