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Clinical Pharmacy Cardiology
Internship Students Development Program

Internship Students Development Program

Trainer: فخر الأيوبي

Enrolled students: 28

Clinical Pharmacy Cardiology

Start date: 2022-12-11 | End date: 2022-12-11

Introductions:



Trainer: Pharmacy Vice-Deanship of Training and Clinical Affairs

Location: Virtually

Registration: Free 

Date: Wednesday,

Time: 7:00pm-8:30pm

Program objectives:

  • The Clinical Pharmacy Tips
  • Cardiology disease
  • Role of Clinical Pharmacist in Cardiology patients follow up


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Tips & Notes: SPLE Guide
Internship Students Development Program

Internship Students Development Program

Trainer: أمجاد آل فاهد

Enrolled students: 26

Tips & Notes: SPLE Guide

Start date: 2022-11-17

Introductions:

To define SPLE and its sections , illustrate exam application process & eligibility , and identify exam preparation resources  exam day recommendations.


Trainer: Pharmacy Vice-Deanship of Training and Clinical Affairs

Location: Virtually

Registration: Free 

Date: Tursday,

Time: 6:30pm-7:30pm

Program objectives:

  • Define SPLE and its sections 
  • Illustrate exam application process & eligibility 
  • Identify exam preparation resources 
  • Exam day recommendations 


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Parenteral Nutrition Overview/ What Should We Know
Internship Students Development Program

Internship Students Development Program

Trainer: اسراء الطويل

Enrolled students: 37

Parenteral Nutrition Overview/ What Should We Know

Start date: 2022-11-9

Introductions:


Trainer: Pharmacy Vice-Deanship of Training and Clinical Affairs

Location: Virtually

Registration: Free 

Date: Tuesday,

Time: 7pm-8pm

Program objectives:

Upon completion of this lecture, the audience will be able to:

1- Define Anabolism and Catabolism

2- Differentiate between Nutrition Screening and Assessment

3- Discuss Indications for Parenteral Nutrition

4- Describe PN Components

5- Recognize the potential complications associated with parenteral nutrition (PN)

6- Identify methods to avoid/ treat PN complications

7- Describe the clinical / lab monitoring required for PN

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Patient Assessment
Internship Students Development Program

Internship Students Development Program

Trainer: خالد السليمان

Enrolled students: 65

Patient Assessment

Start date: 2022-10-31

Introductions:

As pharmacy continues its rapid transition to a more patient-centered profession, patient assessment is one of the most important skill sets a pharmacist will use in daily clinical practice. 

Trainer: Pharmacy Vice-Deanship of Training and Clinical Affairs

Location: Virtually

Registration: Free 

Date: Tuesday,

Time: 7pm-8pm

Program objectives:

  • Describe the role of patient assessment in pharmacy practice.
  • Describe the steps of symptoms assessment.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of chronic disease assessment at both the initial presentation and follow-up.
  • Apply the principles of patient assessment to allergy, adverse reactions, and drug interaction assessment.
  • Analyze the different components of a SOAP note
  • Interpretation of laboratory results


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Tips & Notes: SPLE Guide
Internship Students Development Program

Internship Students Development Program

Trainer: Amjaad Alfahed

Enrolled students: 36

Tips & Notes: SPLE Guide

Start date: 2022-02-15 | End date: 2022-02-16

Introductions:

This lecture is intended for pharmacy interns to provide them with guidance and notes concerning the Saudi Pharmacist Licensure Exam (SPLE)

Trainer: Pharmacy Vice-Deanship of Training and Clinical Affairs

Location: Virtually

Registration: Free

Date: Tuesday, February 15th,2022 

Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM 

 

Program objectives:

  • Define SPLE and its sections 
  • Illustrate exam application process & eligibility 
  • Identify exam preparation resources 
  • Exam day recommendations 

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Professionalism and Email Etiquette
Internship Students Development Program

Internship Students Development Program

Trainer: Abrar Samman

Enrolled students: 10

Professionalism and Email Etiquette

Start date: 2022-02-8

Introductions:

It is a longitudinal program that is intended to provide the interns with lectures and workshops to prepare them for the internship rotations in different pharmaceutical fields and help interns build necessary skills for the market needs.

   

Trainer: Pharmacy Vice-Deanship of Training and Clinical Affairs

Location: Virtually

Registration: Free

Date: monthly during the internship years (2021-2022)

Time: Evening Sessions – each session will be announced separately)

 

Program objectives:

  •  Define the concept of professionalism
  • Clarify a guide to professionalism in the training site 
  •  Illustrate an effective way of communication 

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Patient assessment
Internship Students Development Program

Internship Students Development Program

Enrolled students: 14

Patient assessment

Start date: 2022-03-30

Introductions:

As pharmacy continues its rapid transition to a more patient-centered profession, patient assessment is one of the most important skill sets a pharmacist will use in daily clinical practice. 

   

Trainer: Pharmacy Vice-Deanship of Training and Clinical Affairs

Location: Virtually

Registration: Free

Date: monthly during the internship years (2021-2022)

Time: Evening Sessions – each session will be announced separately)

 

Program objectives:

  • Describe the steps of symptoms assessment.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of chronic disease assessment at both the initial presentation and follow-up.
  • Apply the principles of patient assessment to allergy, adverse reactions, and drug interaction assessment.

  • Describe the need and benefits of pharmacist documentation of patient encounters in all settings.
  • Create a problem list
  • Analyze the different components of a SOAP note


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Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors in Cancer Treatment
Internship Students Development Program

Internship Students Development Program

Enrolled students: 0

Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors in Cancer Treatment

Start date: 2022-09-27

Introductions:

This session will present a brief introduction about immunotherapy in cancer treatment and a detailed review about Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors (ICIs). This session also will highlight on the clinical impact of ICIs on cancer treatment.

Trainer: Pharmacy Vice-Deanship of Training and Clinical Affairs

Location: Virtually

Registration: Paid

Date: Tuesday,

Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM 
Program objectives:

  • History of Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors
  •  Review mechanism of action, adverse events, and management of adverse events of Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors
  •  Clinical use of Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors




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