Write 5 pages thesis on the topic first year pharmacy experience. Anyone dedicated to delivering work and service in the pursuit of public health interest and the common good is a potential candidate for a career in pharmacy.
I have always been intrigued by the interrelated concepts and dimensions that influence the holistic development of medicines. It is a field of endeavor with vast opportunities and challenges which can shape and direct ways to hone skills to prepare one to pursue various roles and opportunities in the health care setting.
My personal experience during my first year delving into the academic requirements to pursue a career in pharmacy was both challenging and rewarding.
The first year in pharmacy aims to equip students with a sound and balanced theoretical background in the fields of biological, physical, and chemical sciences in preparation for more detailed orientations in the following areas: the relevant role of pharmacists in ensuring that patients benefit from the pharmaceutical intervention, constituents of medicines and the interactions with chemical and biological systems, the design and manufacture of medicines, the uses and actions of drugs and medicines, an introductory orientation to the practice of pharmacy in hospitals, among others.
I am fortunate to have graduated with a degree in pharmacology. “Pharmacology is an essential component in the study of pharmacy and is included as one of the six major areas of instruction in the pharmacy degree curriculum” (PharmCAS, 2009, par. 2). In this regard, it provided me with the privilege of ease in understanding better the lecture materials discussed and the laboratory works conducted.
My career goal is to become a community pharmacist. “A community pharmacist works according to legal and ethical guidelines to ensure the correct and safe supply of medical products to the general public. They are involved in maintaining and improving people’s health by providing advice and information as well as supplying prescription medicines.” (Graduate Prospects, 2010, par. 1) . .