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Hi All, I'm studying the 1st year of PharmD in Mysore. I wanted to know more about this course and what will I be doing as a clinical pharmacist in India. Also, are there any advices that you would give for a PharmD student.

Could anyone be kind enough to enlighten me more about this?

Thanks
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A registered pharmacist must analyse each prescription submitted for supply as well as the patient file in order to promote therapeutic appropriateness by identifying:

Drug-disease interactions, Therapeutic duplication (ii) Drug-drug interactions (iii) Incorrect drug dosage or duration of drug treatment (iv) Drug-allergy interactions (v) Incorrect drug dosage or duration of drug treatment (vi) Drug-allergy interactions (vii) Correlation of drug availability (to avoid artificial shortage of drugs) (viii)Clinical mistreatment/abuse

To know more in detail - Check PPR 2015 Guidelines

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