Women Institute of Learning and Rehabilitation Sciences (WIL/WIRS)

Department of Pharmacy

Introduction

The modern era pharmacy is shifting from the conventional product-oriented approach to a more dedicated patient-oriented approach having legally qualified and professionally competent pharmacy graduates (having Pharm-D degree) at its core.

Excellent teaching and training facilities are provided to the students by imparting knowledge through modern system of teaching. Clinical Pharmacy training is provided to students of 4th Prof. and final Prof. in clinical settings like Ayub Teaching Hospital, Abbottabad. Regular visits are arranged to country’s renowned multinational and national pharmaceutical firms and health institutes like National Institute of Health (NIH), Islamabad. Likewise, seminars and workshops are also arranged from time to time on important issues and topics.

The Department of Pharmacy, WIL is registered with Higher Education Regulatory Authority (HERA), KPK, and Pakistan. Our Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D) degree program is affiliated with University of Peshawar, Pakistan and recognized by the Central Pharmacy Council of Pakistan. Medium of instructions (both in teaching and examinations) is English.

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FACTS FILE

Program Offer:

Doctor of Pharmacy

Short title: Pharm-D
Duration and Number of Seats:

5 years, 40 Seats
Entry requirements:

60% Marks in F.Sc(Pre-Medical) or B. Sc with Chemistry, Botany, Zoology.
Other qualifications accepted:

GCE A-Levels

AFFILIATION AND RECOGNITION.

Department of Pharmacy Offers 5-Years PHARM-D program.
  • Affiliated with University of Peshawar
  • Registered by Higher Education Regulatory Authority KPK, Peshawar
  • Recognized by Pharmacy Council of Pakistan

Pharm-D

Pharmacy is a new emerging Profession, preparing its graduates for the future challenges of the Drug Specialty. Drugs today have a immense power to cure and to improve the quality of life. But, at theHoD Pharmacy same time Drugs also may do serious damages if not taken correctly. This is where the role of the pharmacist is most important. Pharmacists who know their patients and have their medication profiles on file are aware of possible harmful drug interactions or allergies to certain drugs. The pharmacist also are able to discuss possible side effects in addition to what foods, drinks or activities that should be avoided while on a medication; what to do if the patient miss a dose; and a wide range of other helpful information.

The pharmacist is a key health care professional in helping people achieve the best therapeutic outcomes. The ailing community should choose a pharmacist they trust and build a partnership for their good health.

Briefly, Pharmacists play an essential role in optimizing therapeutic outcomes of medication and improving patient health.

Head of Department:

Prof. Dr. Amir Badshah

SCOPE OF PHARMACY

Pharmaceutical Industry:
An important career option in the pharmacy is represented by the pharmaceutical industry. Here, pharmacists are employed in manufacturing, product development, research, quality control, quality assurance, marketing, sales and administration.

Hospital and other Institutional Settings:
The expansion of health care needs the society to put the hospital pharmacists in a position  to have direct involvement in the patient care beside it established roles of Drug purchases, control, supply and distribution of drugs, management functions, personnel administration, system development and planning. Hospital pharmacist continues to become more involved in providing patient-oriented services; the demand for practitioners in this area of pharmacy continue to grow.

Managed care Pharmacy:
Managed care pharmacy services are extended heath delivery system services that provide the pharmaceutical care at the primary/or preventive level. Increasingly, pharmacists are employed in various capacities within managed care organization .Managed care is a system designed to optimize patient care through greater coordination of medical and pharmaceutical services.

Community/Retail Pharmacy:
This area involves the practice of pharmacy in community settings or retail outlets. Pharmacists, in the community settings, are actively involved in educating patients, maintaining and monitoring drug records and providing information resource of highest caliber. This is very rapidly growing area of pharmacy profession in which the pharmacists are deployed at store levels leading to the management positions in chain drug pharmacies or themselves become the owner of their own pharmacies.

Other fields in Pharmacy:
Pharmacists use their basic educational background in a host of federal, state and professional positions. At the federal or provincial level, pharmacist hold post like drug inspectors, drug controllers, pharmacist/chief pharmacists at drug testing laboratories and also as Commissioned officers in Pakistan Armed Forces. Pharmacists with interest and special talents in organizational work also guide several national professional associations. There are pharmacist in advertising, packaging, technical writing, magazine editing and science reporting. There are pharmacists with legal training who are serving as patent lawyers or as experts in pharmaceutical law.

Teaching Faculty Pharmacy Department

S.No Name Designation Qualifications
1 Prof. Dr. Amir Badshah HoD, Chairman Ph. D, M. Phil, B. Pharm
2 Dr. Imran Khan Associate Professor PhD, Pharm-D
3 Dr. RozinaKousar Associate Professor Pharm-D, M. Phil, Ph.D
4 Ms. NargisAman Assistant Professor B.Pharm, M. Phil, Ph .D (In progress)
5 Dr. MehreenArif Assistant Professor Pharm-D, M.S, Ph.D (In Progress)
6 Miss. Zainab Qureshi Assistant Professor Pharm-D, M. Phil
7 Miss. Hina Tariq Lecturer Pharm-D, M. Phil
8 Miss. Rabail Imran Lecturer Pharm-D
9 Miss Hadia Bibi Lecturer Pharm-D, M. Phil, Ph.D (In Progress)
10 Mrs. Shazia Rauf Lecturer M. Phil in Pak Studies
11 Miss. Umber Nusrat Lecturer Pharm-D
12 Miss. Hira Khan Lecturer Pharm-D
13 Miss Hafsa Shams Lecturer Pharm-D, M. Phil (in progress)
14 Dr. Qandeel Jalees Lecturer Pharm-D
15 Dr. Huma Tanveer Lecturer Pharm-D
16 Dr. SaleehaSaleem Lecturer Pharm-D
17 Dr. Zainab Khan Jadoon Lecturer Pharm-D
18 Miss Saba Iqbal Lecturer M.Sc Computer
19 Dr. AnamShahzadi Lecturer Pharm-D, M. Phil, Ph.D (In Progress)
20 Miss Saba Iqbal M.Sc Computer M.Sc Computer
21 Prof. Ashraf Visiting Faculty M.A English
22 Miss Hina Awan Lecturer Pharm.D,

 

Assistants and Attendants Pharmacy Department
1 Mr. Munsif Khan Lab Technician
2 Mr. Syed Jamal Shah Lab Technician
3 Mr. Ammad Nadeem Lab Attendant
4 Miss Sobia Bibi Lab Assistant
5 Mrs.FizzaBano Lab Assistant
6 Mrs. LubnaMehtab Librarian
7 Mrs.Shazia Bibi Lab Assistant
8 Mrs. Noreen Bibi Staff Attendant
9 Mrs.AbidaParveen Library Attendant
10 Mrs. Rabia Rashid Library Attendant

Pharm-D

Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D) five year course

Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D) five year course

Revised Syllabus 2013

1st Professional

Theory

Paper 1 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I (Organic) 100

Paper 2 Pharmaceutical Biochemistry 100

Paper 3 Pharmaceutics-I (Physical Pharmacy) 100

Paper 4 Physiology and Histology 100

Paper 5 Anatomy 50

Paper 6 Pharmaceutical Mathematics-I & Bio-Statistics 100

Practical

Paper 7 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I (Organic) 100

Paper 8 Pharmaceutical Biochemistry 100

Paper 9 Pharmaceutics-I (Physical Pharmacy) 100

Paper 10 Physiology and Histology 100

2nd Professional

Theory

Paper 1 Pharmaceutics-II (Pharmaceutical Preparations) 100

Paper 2 Pharmacology and Therapeutics-I 100

Paper 3 Pharmacognosy-I 100

Paper 4 Pharmaceutical Microbiology 100

Paper 5 Pakistan Studies and Islamiat (Comp) 100

Practical

Paper 6 Pharmaceutics-II (Pharmaceutical Preparations) 100

Paper 7 Pharmacology and Therapeutics-I 100

Paper 8 Pharmacognosy-I 100

Paper 9 Pharmaceutical Microbiology 100

Total Marks 900

3RD PROFESSIONAL

Theory

Paper 1 Pathology 50

Paper 2 Pharmacology & Therapeutics-II 100

Paper 3 Pharmacognosy-II 100

Paper 4 Pharmaceutics-III

(Dispensing & Community Pharmacy) 100

Paper 5 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (Instrumentation) 100

 

Practical

Paper 6 Pathology 50

Paper 7 Pharmacology & Therapeutics II 100

Paper 8 Pharmacognosy-II 100

Paper 9 Pharmaceutics-III

(dispensing & community pharmacy) 100

Paper 10 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (Instrumentation) 100

Total Marks 900

 

4th PROFESSIONAL

THEORY

Paper 1 Pharmaceutics-IV (Hospital Pharmacy) 100

Paper 2 Pharmaceutics-V (Clinical Pharmacy-I) 100

Paper 3 Pharmaceutics-VI (Industrial Pharmacy) 100

Paper 4 Pharmaceutics-VII (Bio-Pharmaceutics) 100

Paper 5 Pharmaceutics-VIII 100

(Pharmaceutical QuantityControl)

 

PRACTICAL

Paper 6 Pharmaceutics-V (Clinical Pharmacy-I) 100

Paper 7 Pharmaceutics-VI (Industrial Pharmacy) 100

Paper 8 Pharmaceutics-VII (Biopharmaceutics) 100

Paper 9 Pharmaceutics-VIII(Pharmaceutical Quality Control) 100

Total Marks 900

 

5TH PROFESSIONAL(Final)

THEORY

Paper 1 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-III (Medicinal Chemistry) 100

Paper 2 Pharmaceutics-IX (Clinical Pharmacy-II) 100

Paper 3 Pharmaceutical Technology 100

Paper 4 Forensic Pharmacy 100

Paper 5 Pharmaceutical Management & Marketing 100

Paper 6 Computer and its applications in pharmacy 50

PRACTICAL

Paper 7 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-III (Medicinal chemistry) 100

Paper 8 Pharmaceutics-IX (Clinical Pharmacy-II) 100

Paper 9 Pharmaceutical Technology 100

Paper 10 Computer and it applications in pharmacy 50

Total Marks 900

Grand Total Marks: 4700