The Role of the Pharmacist in the Health Care System
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Fermer ce répertoirePART I: THE ROLE OF THE PHARMACIST IN THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
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Afficher le documentAcknowledgements
Afficher le document1. Introduction
Afficher le document2. Manpower imbalances in pharmacy
Afficher le document3. The knowledge and expertise of pharmacists
Ouvrir ce répertoire et afficher son contenu4. The scope of pharmacy and the functions of pharmacists
Fermer ce répertoire5. Pharmacy manpower development for health care systems
Afficher le document5.1 Manpower planning
Afficher le document5.2 The pharmacist in the health team
Afficher le document5.3 Undergraduate education in pharmacy
Afficher le document5.4 Undergraduate education related to the pharmacist’s role in the rational use of drugs
Afficher le document5.5 Postgraduate education and research
Afficher le document5.6 Manpower management
Afficher le document5.7 Continuing education as an aspect of manpower management
Afficher le document6. Monitoring of pharmacy manpower development
Ouvrir ce répertoire et afficher son contenu7. Recommendations
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Ouvrir ce répertoire et afficher son contenuPART II: THE ROLE OF THE PHARMACIST: QUALITY PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES - BENEFITS FOR GOVERNMENTS AND THE PUBLIC
 

5. Pharmacy manpower development for health care systems

It should be the objective of all countries to have a full pharmaceutical service of the highest standard. Hence the goal of pharmacy manpower development should be to make pharmacy a graduate profession. The circumstances of some countries do not yet permit this goal to be fully achieved, but, meanwhile, minimum acceptable standards should be established, based on university degree curricula, but of shorter duration.

Manpower development for health services has three components: planning, production (education and training), and management. The purpose of planning is to determine qualitative and quantitative requirements for staff; production is concerned with the education of the various types of staff required, in the numbers specified by the plan; and management utilizes and monitors staff, and provides feedback so that all three components can continuously adjust to the changing needs of health systems.

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