Critical care pharmacist specializes in delivering patient care services as key members of interprofessional teams, working to ensure safe and effective use of medications in patients with critical illness.
2.Drug Information Pharmacist
Drug information specialists are pharmacists who are responsible for providing information about medications to patients, physicians and other health care professionals in order to improve ' safe use of drugs’.
Community pharmacists are the most publicly accessible health professionals. They supply drugs according to a prescription or sell them without a prescription if they are legally permitted.
Clinical pharmacists work directly with physicians and other healthcare professionals to provide patient care that optimizes drug therapy, improves safety and prevents disease.
Home health care pharmacists are experts in the treatment of patients at home or in other rehabilitation facilities, such as assisted living centers.
Academic pharmacists teach, train, evaluate and cultivate students from pharmacy, trainees from pre-registration, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals.
Pharmacists works at poison control centers and provide drugs and toxicity related information's to medical professionals and patients.
Psychiatric pharmacist specializes in treating people with mental disorders by using psychotropic drugs. Also, involved in the management of drug dependency, developmental disabilities, long-term care facilities, adhesion clinics, mental health clinics, and the prison system.
Regulatory pharmacists are responsible for obtaining authorization for pharmaceutical drugs to be used in clinical trials, subsequently for registration and marketing and subsequently for post-approval monitoring activities such as security updates, licensing applications for knowledge distribution, new therapeutic uses or new formulations, etc.
Ambulatory pharmacists see patients treated by doctors on an outpatient basis and provide pharmaceutical care services such as, patient counseling and other supportive measures.
Compounding pharmacist are the experts in making custom drugs according to the doctors ' prescription.
The term “consultant” usually refers to a person who has an occupation in which they are consulted for their expertise, advice or help. In healthcare, it often refers to the most senior pharmacist.
The pharmacist working in the hospice is responsible for the correct and safe use of medications, and as pharmacotherapy is often used for pain relief and other distressing symptoms of palliative patients.
Industrial pharmacists are involved in the discovery and development of safe, effective and medicines
15.Infectious Disease Pharmacist
Infectious diseases (ID) pharmacists are experts in antimicrobial pharmacotherapy. This includes antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, and antiparasitic drugs.
Managed Care Pharmacy (Pharmacist) is the practice of developing and applying evidence‐based medication use strategies that enhance member and population health outcomes while optimizing health care resources.
Nuclear pharmacists, also known as radiopharmacists, specialize in radiopharmaceutical manufacturing, compounding, dispensing, and use. Within the pharmacy, their work is a known specialty.
18.Nutrition Support Pharmacist
Nutrition Support Pharmacy is a specialized practice pertaining to the needs of patients receiving Parenteral (PN) or Enteral Nutrition (EN). Nutrition Support Pharmacists (NSPs) are integral members of the nutritional support team and bring valuable skills and knowledge to the clinical practice setting.
Oncology pharmacists are actively engaged in all aspects of cancer care—from chemotherapy dose preparation and safety checks, to educating patients about side effects, to drug development research
20. Pediatric Pharmacist
The job of a pediatric pharmacist is to make sure that all medications prescribed to children are safe, effective, properly dosed, and age-appropriate.