Mrs. Jenifer. Y, Principal
In the 21st century, the health challenges facing the nation have shifted dramatically. The need for personal connection, listening and caring has never been higher. pharmacist consistently rank first in every consumer poll as the most trusted professionals. pharmacy is an extremely demanding occupation that encompasses a wide array of challenges. It can also be a very rewarding profession for those suited for it.
Caring for ailing patients is more than just a career – it is a calling. As patient needs and care environments have become more complex, nurses need to attain requisite competencies include leadership, health policy, system improvement, research and evidence – based practice and teamwork and collaboration as well as competency in specific content areas such as community, geriatrics etc.
Competencies also must move from task – based proficiencies to higher – level competencies that provide a foundation for care management knowledge and decision – making skills under a variety of clinical situations and care settings. Hence improving the education system and achieving a more educated workforce is the need of the hour. Pharmacist with higher education are needed to teach future generation of pharmacist and to conduct research that becomes the basis for improvements in pharmacy science and practice.