Entry-Level Clinical Pharmacist Salary (United Arab Emirates)
An Entry-Level Clinical Pharmacist earns an average salary of AED 118,411 per year.
|Range||AED 0AED 260K|
|Salary||AED 58,958 - AED 248,457|
|Bonus||AED 0.00 - AED 39,453|
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|AED 57,657 - AED 260,607|
Job Description for Clinical Pharmacist
A clinical pharmacist typically is in charge of providing services to the division director, such as assisting with continuing education programs for pharmacy students, health care services, or medical staff. A clinical pharmacist also advises physicians on drug usage and dose control in hospitals/clinics as well. Specifically, a clinical pharmacist must advise physicians on any and all dangers of various drugs, list their side effects, and help them determine the correct dosages for the patient. Additionally, a clinical pharmacist normally coordinates the pharmacy technician’s duties, such as labeling/delivering various medications or supplies, making sure drugs are recorded and delivered, and preparing of drugs. Sometimes, a clinical pharmacist must serve in a mentorship role through means such as training pharmacy residents in practical/theoretical knowledge and facilitating direct, supervised experience. In some instances, a clinical pharmacist must attend various seminars, conventions, and conferences.Read More...
A Pharm.D. is necessary to be a clinical pharmacist. Several years of experience are also generally required. He or she should also have strong communication skills (verbal and written), as well as an extensive knowledge of drugs, medical procedures, and therapies. Clinical pharmacists should also have skills working in technical automated equipment and information systems. Additionally, a clinical pharmacist must know all the state and federal laws/regulations related to the practice of pharmacy. He or she must also be able to maintain the confidentiality of patient, hospital, and department information. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Clinical Pharmacist Tasks
- Analyze prescribing trends to monitor patient compliance and to prevent excessive usage or harmful interactions.
- Dispense and review prescriptions to ensure accuracy, and compliance with professional, state and federal regulatory requirements.
- May collaborate with other health care professionals to plan, monitor, review and evaluate patient effectiveness.
- Educate patient on medication use, storage and side effects.
- Solicit information from patients regarding past and current medication to prevent drug interactions.
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