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Faculty of Clinical Pharmacy

The Faculty of Clinical Pharmacy at Al Baha University in Al Baha City was established according to the Royal decision 5088 on 7 / 8 / 1432 H. It is located in Al Baha region of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with its main campus in Al Aqiq province, about 30 km away from Al Baha town. The faculty was established for the improvement of the health services and the advancement of the pharmacy profession and to cope with the educational policy of the kingdom, which is distinguished by applying the most advances in the technology and sciences in various fields. The study began in faculty in the academic year 1432/1433 H to the male section while the female section started in the academic year 1438/1439 H.

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Department of Clinical Pharmacy

About the Department

The Department of Clinical Pharmacy at the Faculty of Clinical Pharmacy (Al Baha University) was established in the year 1432 H. Since that date, the department aims, along with the rest of the faculty departments, to serve the community by providing qualified national competencies to work in the medical field and to form a key link in the chain of medical competencies necessary to complete the health care system and medical services and raise health awareness among community members. The department has also gone along with several amendments to the study plan (1433 and 1438 AH) in line with the educational plan and the continuous development in education.

The department offers a variety of clinical courses that prepare the students to play an effective role within the health care team after graduation, in line with the needs of the profession and its development. The courses provide the students with valuable information on therapeutics, clinical pharmacokinetics, Pharmacoeconomics and epidemiological to ensure patient safety.

Vision

Distinction and leadership in pharmaceutical education by increasing the level of creativity and excellence in the field of clinical pharmacy.

Mission

Contribute to the graduation of a new generation of clinical pharmacist’s professionally qualified and able work independently and in a responsible manner for the rationale of drug use, provision of pharmaceutical services, improving pharmaceutical education, scientific research and clinical skills. Also they should be capable of supporting and developing the drug industry and participate actively in community service in light of commitment to ethical and professional values.

Goals

The Department of Clinical Pharmacy supports the overall vision of the faculty and University by:

  • Providing clinical pharmacy education based on the latest global pharmaceutical practices.
  • Creating a new generation of distinguished pharmacists and enabling them to gain experience in pharmaceutical sciences through innovation and excellence in theoretical and practical education in the field of patient care and public health in an effort to graduate practitioners and researchers in all fields of pharmacy.
  • Providing students with basic concepts and principles in the field of clinical pharmacy practice to gain knowledge and necessary skills, face professional challenges, and take responsibility for making the right decisions in the field of pharmacy.
  • Serving the community by participating in various scientific activities that lead to advancement and development of the health care system.

Courses offered by the Department of clinical pharmacy

Courses offered by the Department of clinical pharmacy

Serial

Code No.

Subject

Units

Contact

Hours

1

20022211

Anatomy and Histology

4

5

2

20022212

Physiology-1

3

4

3

20022213

Pharmacy Orientation

1

1

4

20022221

Physiology-2

2

2

5

20022311

Pathophysiology-1

3

4

6

20022321

Pathophysiology-2

2

2

7

20022322

Professional Communication Skills

1

1

8

20022323

Pharmacy Law and Ethics

1

1

9

20022411

Pharmacotherapeutics-1

5

6

10

20022412

Research Methodology

1

1

11

20022421

Pharmacogenomics and Pharmacogenetics

2

2

12

20022422

Patient Safety

1

1

13

20022423

Pharmacotherapeutics-2

5

6

14

20022511

Pharmacotherapeutics-3

6

7

15

20022512

Clinical Pharmacokinetics

2

2

16

20022513

Patient Assessment

1

2

17

20022514

First Aid

1

2

18

20022521

Pharmacotherapeutics-4

5

6

19

20022522

Pharm. D. Seminar

1

2

20

20022523

Pharmacy Management

2

2

21

20022515

Drug Information

2

2

22

20022524

Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics

2

2

23

20022525

Social and Behavioural Sciences

1

1

24

20022526

Pharmacy Practice

3

3

25

20022531

Clerkship-1

7

42

26

20022611

Clerkship-2

14

42

27

20022612

Clerkship-3

14

42

Total

92 (47+45)

193

Staff members of the Department of Clinical Pharmacy

No.

Name

Specialization

Academic Rank

E-mail address

1

Dr. Bassant Barakat

(Please click here)

Pharmacology and Toxicology

Associated professor

bbarakat@bu.edu.sa

2

Dr. Mohamed Anwar

(Please click here)

Clinical Pharmacy

Assistant professor

m.anwar@bu.edu.sa

3

Dr. Nasser Alawad

Pathology

Assistant professor

nalawwad@bu.edu.sa

4

Dr. Saleh Alghamdi

(Please click here)

Pharmacy Practice

Assistant professor

saleh.alghamdi@bu.edu.sa

5

Mr. Yasser Alomari

(Please click here)

Clinical Pharmacy

Lecturer

yalomari@bu.edu.sa

6

Mr. Bader Alghamdi

Clinical Pharmacy

Demonstrator

balghamdi@bu.edu.sa

7

Mr. Khaled Alghamdi

Community Pharmacy

Lecturer

ksalghamdi@bu.edu.sa

8

Mr. Mohamed Algarni

Clinical Pharmacy

Lecturer

maalqarni@bu.edu.sa

9

Mr. Saeed Aldossari

Clinical Pharmacy

Demonstrator

saldosari@bu.edu.sa

Contact us

Head of Department of Clinical Pharmacy

Dr. Jawher Abdelhak (Please click here)

University main Campus, Building 2, Office S113

Email: jabdelhak@bu.edu.sa

Extension: 14878