M Pharma in Russia
A pharmacist is responsible for dispensing and managing medications, educating patients on correct usage of drugs and potential drug side effects, and managing the overall health care or well-being of patients/customers in the setting of pharmacies and dispensaries. Pharmacists must know how to handle medications for patient safety and how to give correct dosages. Interaction with patients is common, so pharmacists may need to answer questions about medication. Furthermore, it is the duty and legal obligation of all pharmacists to know and follow the laws pertaining to the prescribed medication, and make sure that no medication is dispensed to a patient that would create a medical/drug interaction with any other medications that the patient is also taking. Staying abreast of new research in pharmaceutical developments and their safety is of vital importance in pharmacy jobs.
Pharmacy is the science connected with therapeutic substances – their inventory, origin and nature, their development into medicines and their use in disease prevention and treatment. Pharmacy also enlightened the profession which uses its unique knowledge of medicines in the service of society. Russia has always been one of the places for Medical Studies and almost all Medical Universities of Russia prepares their students for building career in pharmacy with a comprehensive understanding of drugs and diseases. The curriculum promotes interaction between pharmacists and other health professionals. The M-pharmacy curriculum offers a professional 2-year program.
Personal Skills Needed to be a Pharmacist
Pharmacists work with sick patients on a daily basis, they should also be patient, calm, reassuring, understanding and compassionate. They must also have analytical skills and an interest in pharmacy research, so that they stay update about information regarding the drugs they are dispensing. For pharmacists who work in hospitals, the ability to work with doctors as well as nurses can be important, so basic medical terms and a clinical attitude, when appropriate, may be helpful.
Eligibility Criteria Criteria
The minimum requirements to become a pharmacist are generally a Diploma of Pharmacy (D.Pharm), a two-year program and/or a Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm), a four and a half-year program. Both pharmacy courses require a six-month pharmacy internship. The degree/diploma must be from accredited, Pharmacy Council of India approved pharmacy colleges, and upon completion of training and education, the graduate must register with his/her state’s Pharmacy Council. It’s also possible to continue your education by getting a Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm) or Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D), but this kind of pharmacy degree tends to be needed for research and/or teaching positions rather than pharmacist positions.
List of Documents Required
At the times of application along with the application form
- Photo copies of 10th mark sheet
- Photo copies of 10th passing certificate
- Photo copies of 12th mark sheet
- Photo copies of 12th passing certificate
- Photo copies of College Leaving certificate
- Photo copies of mark sheets for all academic years in medicine
- Photo copies of transcripts
- Photo copies of Internship completion certificate
- Photo copies of provisional / degree certificate
- Photo copies of registration certificate
- Copy of the passport (If the same is ready)
- 8 Recent colored photographs