لتحميل مفردات المقررات الدراسية :

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المستوى الثاني

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نبذة عن المقررات الدراسية :

  1. Course Description :
This course is important since it provides a brief differences between living and non-living organisms. The topics will cover the cell structure, cell function, cell division including enzymes and material transport .The teaching will include  lectures, discussion and assignment. There will be no pre-requisite course needed.

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مادة :Biology2

  1. Course Description :
The importance of this course will provide a brief description of plants as living organism. The topics will cover the plant morphology, growth and anatomy of roots, stem and leaves. The course will also deal with  the sexual and asexual reproduction of plants. The teaching will be based on lectures, discussion and assignment. No pre-requisites courses needed.

General Chemistry I

  1. Course Description :

This course provides a student with the basic principles and concepts of chemistry and prepare him/her for more advanced courses in chemistry and other related courses via topics within containing matter and energy, atomic theory, periodic table, solutions and chemical reactions.

It depends on theoretical lectures and practical experiments.

Pharmacy students should master the concepts of General Chemistry to excel in their careers.

General Chemistry II

  1. Course Description :
The main objective of this course is to prepare student for further studies as pharmacists. Pharmacy students should master the concepts of general chemistry 2 to excel in his/her future carrier, this will be through learning some topics in chemistry for example chemical bonding, lew's structure, properties of liquids, acid-base equilibrium and the most important concepts in nuclear chemistry

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Biochemistry 1

  1. Course Description:
This course provides students with basic knowledge about structure and properties of main biomolecules in human body, such as amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and nucleic acids. The course emphasizes the relationship between protein structure and its biological function. In addition, it discusses the role of phospholipids in determining the properties of biological membranes and their function. The course is based on lectures as well as seminars, group discussion and practical skills.

Biochemistry 2

  1. Course Description:
This course provides students with basic knowledge about metabolic pathways and their key steps. It also help student understand generation and storage of metabolic energy. This course also acquaints medical students with some basic biochemical lab techniques, help them to perform some independent lab work and learn to cooperate with their colleagues in a laboratory environment. In the laboratory sessions, students are expected to learn how to use the centrifuge and spectrophotometer. Protein concentration, glucose and cholesterol level in the plasma will be determined using spectrophotometer. The course is based on lectures as well as seminars group, discussion and practical skills.

Physiology (2)

  1. Course Description :
Physiology II  is a continuation of physiology I. This course examines the function relationships of thecardiovascular system, lymph and lymphatics, introduction to respiratory system, functional anatomy of the kidneys, introduction to reproductive system, menstrual cycle, introduction to central nervous system and pain physiology.

Physiology

  1. Course Description :
This introductory physiology course introduces basics concepts in physiology of human body. The course familiarizes students with basic definitions and principles related to physiology. This course helps students to understand body fluid and cellular physiology including the functions of cell components. Study blood compositions, nerve fibers and the nerve impulses transporting mechanism as will as, study autonomic nervous system, introduction of muscular system and the digestive system.

Physiology  (2) (lab)

  1. Course Description :

Weekly laboratory activities are designed to complement and/or coincide with lecture topics. Laboratory activities will include use system models, group activities, and dissections of preserved or fresh specimens of blood. No live animals are used. The students will be guided through a study of the physiological processes involved in each organ system.

This course provides a comprehensive study about the physiology of the human body. Topics include blood components, differences between plasma and serum, coagulation, blood clotting mechanism respiratory, anticoagulants, RBCs, WBCs and platelets account, packed cell volume (hematocrit), the erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), blood groups, haemoglobin (Hb) estimation, arterial blood pressure, electrocardiogram measurment and digestive enzyme estimation

Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of principles of physiology and their interrelationships. Laboratory work includes dissection of preserved  specimens, microscopic study, physiologic experiments, computer simulations, and multimedia presentations.

Organic chemistry 1

  1. Course Description :

The general aim of this course is to provide students with organic structures compounds, name culture, synthesis, reaction mechanism of compounds, containing various functional group, selected example of medicinal & pharmaceutical compounds. This course will offer basic information which help students to understand the drug design, synthesis, and mechanism. The courses require general chemistry, as a pre-request.

The students will complete practical course to acquire practical skills.

Organic Chemistry 2

  1. Course Description:

This course prepares the students for the different types and preparation of organic compound name culture, synthesis, reaction mechanism of compounds, containing various functional group, selected example of medicinal & pharmaceutical compounds. This course will offer basic information which help students to understand the drug design, synthesis, and mechanism. The courses require general chemistry, as a pre-request.

The students will complete practical course to acquire practical skills.

Physical Pharmacy

  1. Course Description:

The course aims to give students a detailed background about application of physiochemical principles to pharmaceutical systems like - solubility and distribution phenomena, adsorption, rheology, interfacial phenomena, complexation, stability and reaction kinetics

 A prior knowledge of the basics of mathematics as well as general chemistry is essential for this course. The lectures will be conducted informally with participation by the student’s seminars.

Professional skills I

  1. Course Description:
This course is the study of medical terminology, the language of medicine, focusing on prefixes, suffixes, word roots and their combining forms. The students gain information regarding pharmaceutical and therapeutic terms and abbreviations, anatomy, disease, diagnostic procedures, pharmacology, and medical abbreviations. A basic understanding of the language used in medicine and nursing will enable the student to communicate more effectively and efficiently with other members of the health professions.

Professional Skills II

  1. Course Description:

This course is designed to help the student comprehend the basic and professional calculations of pharmacy practice. During the semester, students will be exposed to several calculation problems. Although this is primarily a lecture-based course, interaction and participation by each student is highly encouraged. Graded assignments will further consolidate the acquired knowledge and skills.

Analytical  Chemistry

  1. Course Description:

Analytical chemistry is more than a large dose of equilibrium or a collection of analytical methods. Thus, the purpose of this course is to provide pharmaceutical students with technical and intellectual skills and help him/her to be an independent thinker who can approach pharmaceutical problems from different directions. The course requires learning the concepts of General chemistry 1& 2 as pre-requisite. Different methods of teaching/learning are used in this course including lectures, seminars and practical skills.

PharmacognosyI

  1. Course Description :

This course deals with the basic concepts of pharmacognosy. The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of thecomposition, beneficial properties, and potential side effects of the most commonly used herbal products. Topics includeidentification of some medicinal plants organs such as leaves, bark and subterranean organ.The course requires to study of botany as pre-request for pharmacognosy. Different methods of teaching/learning are used in this course including lectures and seminar.



General anatomy

  1. Course Description :

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This course will prepare the student to utilize, retrieve, interpret and allocate information useful to their practice and in their clinical rotations. The students will be also familiarized with with basic definitions and principles related to normal anatomy of different parts  of human body with knowing the relationship between its constituent parts to each other .the This course is taught through lectures, interactive class discussions, demonstration, and revised assignments.

Pharmacognosy II

  1. Course Description :
This course is a continuation of  pharmacognosy I. It is provide an overview of thecomposition, beneficial properties, and potential side effects of the most commonly used herbal products. Topics include identification of some medicinal plants organs such as flower, fruits, seeds, herbs and unorganized drugs. The course requires to study ofbasic concepts of pharmacognosy as pre-request for pharmacognosy II. Different methods of teaching/learning are used in this course including lectures and seminar.

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Pathophyiology I

  1. Course Description :
This course serves to prepare students for consequent therapeutics courses through introducing the pharmacy students to mechanisms of diseases in several human body systems. It will help them to understand the underlying pathogenesis and how they can stop it through proper intervention.

Pharmacology 1

  1. Course Description :

This course is designed as a basic topic to help the student comprehend the information of general pharmacology, autonomic nervous system (ANS) and cardiovascular (CVS) drugs as well as different groups of autocoids. The course requires learning the concepts of physiology and anatomy as pre-request as well as pathology as co-request. Different methods of teaching/learning are used in this course including lectures, cooperative learning and problem-based learning.

Pharmacology 2

  1. Course Description :

This course is designed to provide students with the important guidelines in treatment of central nervous system, respiratory and gastrointestinal tract diseases to prepare them for the future pharmacy practice. The concepts of pharmacology should be studied prior this course. Different methods of teaching/learning are used in this course including lectures and problem-based learning. 

Pharmaceutical chemistry – I

  1. Course Description:

This course includes basic and specific science in order to well understand of pharmaceutical  chemistry.  The  importance of this course  in the field of drug: synthesis  , development, discovery, and uses .

It  includes Physicochemical properties and drug design, metabolic pathway ,autonomic nervous system drugs, diuretics, local anaesthetics, in which  study , chemical structure, classification , metabolism, method of preparations, and the structure activity relationship.

  The pre-requisite of this course  is organic chemistry, analytical chemistry,  the co- requisite course pharamacology1.

Pharmaceutical chemistry –II

  1. Course Description:

This course contains various topics  in pharmaceutical  chemistry and sought to acquire the students more pharmaceutical  science.  The  importance of this course  in the field of drug: chemistry  , development, synthesis, uses and Mechanism of action.

It  includes cardiovascular drug, Hypoglycemic agents, β-lactam antibiotics , tetracyclines, macrolides , sulfonamides, quinolones , antiprotozoal, antifungal, antiviral and anticancer, that embraces study of chemical structure, metabolism, method of synthesis, and the structure activity relationship.  The pre-requisite of this course  is pharmaceutical chemistry-1.

Pharmaceutical Technology I

  1. Course Description:

This course introduces the students to the different types and preparation of pharmaceutical dosage forms encountered in pharmaceutical industry. Liquid dosage forms, parenteral preparations, ophthalmic preparations, and aerosols will be covered. This course relates the basic scientific background to pharmaceutical practice regarding the dosage forms preparation and quality control through classes and practical experiments. A prior knowledge of the basics of physical pharmacy is essential for this course.

Pharmaceutical Technology II

  1. Course Description:

This course builds on what has been taught in BPH27 covering the different types and preparation of pharmaceutical dosage forms encountered in pharmaceutical industry. Solid and semi-solid dosage forms will be covered. This course relates the basic scientific background to pharmaceutical practice regarding the dosage forms preparation and quality control through classes and practical experiments. Completion of Pharmaceutical Technology I course (BPH27) is a pre-requisite for this course.

Professional Skills III

  1. Course Description:

This course will prepare the student to utilize, retrieve, interpret and allocate information useful to their practice and in their clinical rotations. The students will be also familiarized with the drug development process and medication errors and how to prevent them. This course is taught through lectures, interactive class discussions, demonstration, and revised assignments.

Professional Skills IV

  1. Course Description :
This course present an overview of communication skills in pharmacy practice that will enhance the pharmacist's ability to develop professional relationships with their patients, co-workers and other healthcare providers to optimize health care. This course emphasizes specific tools and techniques for improving listening skills, delivering effective messages and bridging different communication styles. Through interactive lectures, tutorial and simulations students work in small or large groups to apply communication tools and strategies required in patient interview, assessment, education and counseling related to patient self-care.

Instrumental Analysis

  1. Course Description:
The main purpose of this course is to give students a broad experience and survey the theories and applications of modern instrumentation techniques that deal with separation, identification and quantitation of pharmaceutical compounds.  Students will be given the opportunity to gain some knowledge of basic principles behind each technique, how it works, what kind of information it provides, how to interpret the data and how to use them to solve pharmaceutical problems. This course contains essential and indispensible analytical tools for pharmacists to isolate and identify various functional groups. The course requires learning the concepts of analytical chemistry as pre-requisite. Different methods of teaching/learning are used in this course including lectures, seminars and practical skills.

Human nutrition

  1. Course Description :

This is a comprehensive course developed for health care professionals to enable them to understand the relationship between nutrition and human body.  Understanding of human nutrition provides an integrated overview of the physiological requirements and functions of, proteins, carbohydrates, fats, and the major vitamins and minerals that are determinants of health and disease. The course also help the student  to integrate both the clinical & basic scientific knowledge of pharmacy practice with nutrition issues that will be faced in the clinical setting, through  providing information about the interaction of food nutrition and drugs. To study this course student should have the core courses or prerequisites courses such as Biochemestry,1,11&Human Physiology ,1,11.Methods used for teaching this course are lectures, group discussion and assignment.

General Pathology

  1. Course Description :

The course allows students to learn basic concept of the various disease processes in the body. Cell injury and pathology of inflammation are also discussed. The course also emphasizes neoplasia including classification, epidemiology, and characteristics of benign and malignant tumors. A prior knowledge of the basics of histology and anatomy are essential for this course The lectures will be conducted informally with participation by the student’s seminars.

Microbiology and Immunology
  1. Course Description :

This course is designed to help the student identified the name of microorganism and their  relationship with human. During the semester, students will be took several organisms cause disease to human. Although this is primarily a lecture-based course, interaction and participation by each student is highly encouraged.

Pharmaceutical Microbiology

  1. Course Description :

This course is designed to help the student Understand the diseases caused by microbes and how to be  the body defenses and treatment and to explain the  different types of hypersensitivity.

 Although this is primarily a lecture-based course, interaction and participation by each student is highly encouraged.

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Biopharmaceutics

  1. Course Description:

The course objective is to cover principles and applications of biopharmaceutics including physico-chemical, physiological, formulation factors affecting drug bioavailability. This course is also planned to cover pathological conditions affecting absorption as well as bioavailability and bioequivalence of drugs. A prior knowledge of the basics of physical pharmacy, pharmaceutical technology, anatomy, physiology and pathology are essential for this course. The lectures will be conducted informally with participation by the student’s seminars.

Biostatistics

  1. Course Description :
The course focuses to prepare students with essential concepts and applications in Biostatistics. Students will be discovered Descriptive Statistics and Inferential Statistics. S/he will exposed to the most important statistical tests in his professional life. S/he will be able to deal with Excel and SPSS to code variables, inter data and do the proper statistical tests and applications. Students will be requested to install SPSS in their PCs and practical sessions will be run to explain them how to deal with such software.

Pathophyiology II

  1. Course Description :
This course serves to prepare students for consequent therapeutics courses through introducing the pharmacy students to mechanisms of diseases in several human body systems. It will help them to understand the underlying pathogenesis and how they can stop it through proper intervention.

Pathophyiology II

  1. Course Description :
This course serves to prepare students for consequent therapeutics courses through introducing the pharmacy students to mechanisms of diseases in several human body systems. It will help them to understand the underlying pathogenesis and how they can stop it through proper intervention.

Pharmacoepidemiologyand  Pharmacoeconomics

  1. Course Description:

This course introduces students to the basic concepts of pharmacoeconomicsand pharmacoepidemology. It presents the importance of utilizing Pharmacoeconomic and Pharmacoepidemiology resultswhen evaluating drug safety. The students will explore and assess vital topics and trends regarding spontaneous reporting systems, adverse drug reactions, and post marketing surveillance.A prior knowledge of the basics of professional skills 5 is essential for this course.

Professional skills 5

  1. Course Description:
The objective of this course is to enhance student knowledge of the many aspects of community pharmacy practice. The course includes the activities of the community pharmacist in processing prescription, care of patients or clinical pharmacy, monitoring and utilization, small-scale manufacture of medicines, responding to symptoms of minor ailments (OTC drug), informing health care professionals and the public health promotion. The prerequisite for this course is BPH17and BPH18. The lectures will be conducted informally with participation by the student’s seminars.

Professional skills6

  1. Course Description:

The objective of this course is to enhance student knowledge of the many aspects of hospital or health system pharmacy. This course will include pharmacy organization, medication distribution system, intravenous admixture system, and drug use management. The course will also cover the functional elements of clinical pharmacy practice and monitoring drug therapy. The prerequisite for this course is professional skills 2. The lectures will be conducted informally with participation by the student’s seminars.

Public Health

  1. Course Description :
    This course introduces students to the concepts and issues of public health pharmacy. This includes the opportunities for pharmacists in a broad range of public health activities encompassing vaccination programs, disease prevention, health promotion, chronic disease management, and compliance programs. It will also present an overview of the pharmaceutical country profile, pricing situation, patent, and generic issues and the important of national drug policy to improve the health of the population.

Structured Practical Experiential Program II (SPEP II)

  1. Course Description:

Structured Practical Experiential Program III (SPEP III) is an experience and supervised training program for pharmacy students in their

fifth year of the program. This credit hour of hospital pharmacy practice course consists of 120 hours of pharmacy experience in a hospital pharmacy setting.  This course will introduce the 

students to the fundamentals of pharmacy practice in the hospital pharmacy environment.  A prior completion of professional skill 6 course is required to register the course. The students will develop professionalism, judgment, and skills needed to function in this setting. The students will observe and discuss the many roles of the pharmacist in the hospital pharmacy.

Structured Practical Experiential Program I (SPEP I)

  1. Course Description:

Structured Practical Experiential Program I (SPEP I) is an experience and supervised training program for pharmacy students in their fourth year of the program. This credit hour of community pharmacy practice or hospital pharmacy practice course  part I consists of 200 hours of pharmacy experience in a community pharmacy setting or hospital pharmacy setting . 

This course will introduce the students to the funda-mentals of pharmacy practice in the community pharmacy environment or hospital pharmacy environment.  A prior completion of pharmacology I & II courses is required to register the course. The students will develop professionalism, judgment, and skills needed to function in this setting. The students will observe and discuss the many roles of the pharmacist in the community pharmacy or hospital pharmacy.

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Applied toxicology

  1. Course Description :

The aim of this course is to focus on the poisoned management by different ways. The course requires to learn the concepts of pharmacology as pre-request. Different methods of teaching/learning are used in this course including lectures, cooperative learning and problem-based learning (case study).

Complementary and Alternative Medicine

  1. Course Description :

This introduction to complementary and alternative medicine reviews the wide variety of Complementary and Alternative Medicine ''CAM'' therapies that are in use, including acupuncture, chiropractic, herbal medicine, homeopathic medicine, energy medicine, behavioral medicine and others. The course requires to study of pharmacognosy as pre-request. Different methods of teaching/learning are used in this course including lectures and seminar.

Drug design

  1. Course Description:

The course aims to provide  students principles in molecular biological interactions systems in terms of the affinity and specificity of binding. This course can be considered as a more profound version of the course introduction to drug design ,and synthesis of a new drugs to treat disease.

 It  includes: the origin of currently available drugs, methods of drug design, types of drug design ,drug development and biological targets, Lead identification and lead optimization.

Therapeutics III

  1. Course Description:

The course deals essentially with chronic diseases and their therapy, especially in the individualization of drug usages. The topics that will be covered are geriatric, pediatric disorders, and women's health. The concepts of normal & abnormal body functions as well as different drug groups should be studied before this course. This course is taught through series of instructor-student interactive lectures and interactive class discussions.

Therapeutics IV

  1. Course Description:
The course deals essentially with chronic diseases and their therapy, especially in the individualization of drug usages. The topics that will be covered are infectious diseases, skin diseases, and general care. The concepts of normal & abnormal body functions as well as different drug groups should be studied before this course. This course is taught through series of instructor-student interactive lectures and interactive class discussions.

Graduation project

  1. Course Description:

Graduation project provides students with opportunities to implement the skills gained during previous courses studied in the program toward providing a solution to a specific problem. This course correlates what has been taught in research design and biostatistics and integrates all developed skills into the completion of a self-directed supervised group project focused on a pharmacy – related research task.

Parapharmaceuticals

  1. Course Description:
This course aims to introduce final year pharmacy students to health care products available in pharmacy settings that are not classified as medicines. Yet, patient counseling regarding such products is vital for patients’ welfare. Basic knowledge to advice patients on medical appliances and non-prescription products, concerning their selection, use, and storage. This course is taught through lectures and assignments. Completion of pharmacology courses is a pre-requisite for this course.

Pharmaceutical Marketing

  1. Course Description :
This course provides a comprehensive description of theoretical principles ofmarketing and promotional with practical issues and challenges facing the pharmaceutical industry. It will bridge knowledge gaps, and help understand the dramatic changes in pharmaceutical marketing techniques ranging from the pharmaceutical representatives detailing to the increasing use of direct-to-customer advertising, the internet, and social media and the impact on prescribing. This course delivered by lectures and through which will be discussed such topics as ethical practice in pharmaceutical marketing and the impact of government regulations on these activities

Pharmacy Law and Ethics

  1. Course Description :
This course introduces pharmacy students to ethical concepts, giving them directed practice in applying ethical principles in pharmacy practice and research through provide students with tools and methods for ethical analysis  and discussed such topics as conflicts of interest, pharmacist-patient relationship and ethical considerations in professional communications, informed consent and research ethics. Teaching will be conducted in the form of lectures and class discussions.

Pharmacy Management

  1. Course Description :
This course prepares a pharmacy students capable of anticipating andresponding to administrative position within the health care system settings and pharmaceutical industries. This course relates the basic scientific management concepts and its functions. This includes the core functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, coordinating and controlling–a preliminary idea of concepts, processes and techniques. Along with this it aids the students to develop leadership qualities, communication  and interpersonal skills, motivation, supervision, problem solving, decision making  and various managerial functions and professional skills. It will also introduce the student to national drug policy and principles of drug management cycle such as principles of selection of drugs, procurement and distribution.

Professional skill VII

  1. Course Description :

This course is designed to provide the student with the information of Drug Schedule, adverse drug reaction as well as OTC drugs that applied in pharmacy practice. Drugs used in CNS disorders should be given prior this course. Lectures, cooperative learning and small group discussion  are used in teaching/learning methods.

Structured Practical Experiential Program I (SPEP III)

  1. Course Description:

Structured Practical Experiential Program I (SPEP III) is an experience and supervised training program for pharmacy students in their fourth year of the program. This credit hour of community pharmacy practice or hospital pharmacy practice course  part II consists of 200 hours of pharmacy experience in a community pharmacy setting or hospital pharmacy setting . 

This course will introduce the students to the funda-mentals of pharmacy practice in the community pharmacy environment or hospital pharmacy environment.  A prior completion of pharmacology I & II courses is required to register the course. The students will develop professionalism, judgment, and skills needed to function in this setting. The students will observe and discuss the many roles of the pharmacist in the community pharmacy or hospital pharmacy.

Integrated Case-Based Learning IV

  1. Course Description:
This course is the first in a series of four courses and involves case studies and other activities aimed at integrating scientific and clinical concepts from across all courses in a problem based learning environment. For this course, emphasis will be on the comprehensive delivery of pharmaceutical care to infectious, skin diseases, and general care. Through PBL and group discussion, students are allowed more time for self-directed learning and brainstorming with teachers and classmates.

Therapeutics III

  1. Course Description:

The course deals essentially with chronic diseases and their therapy, especially in the individualization of drug usages. The topics that will be covered are geriatric, pediatric disorders, and women's health. The concepts of normal & abnormal body functions as well as different drug groups should be studied before this course. This course is taught through series of instructor-student interactive lectures.

Therapeutics IV

  1. Course Description:
The course deals essentially with chronic diseases and their therapy, especially in the individualization of drug usages. The topics that will be covered are infectious diseases, skin diseases, and general care. The concepts of normal & abnormal body functions as well as different drug groups should be studied before this course. This course is taught through series of instructor-student interactive lectures.
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