Clinical Pharmacist Resume Examples

clinical pharmacist

  • Provide information and advice regarding drug interactions, side effects, dosage, and proper medication storage.
  • Collaborate with other health care professionals to plan, monitor, review, or evaluate the quality or effectiveness of drugs or drug regimens, providing advice on drug applications or characteristics.
  • Analyze prescribing trends to monitor patient compliance and to prevent excessive usage or harmful interactions.
  • Publish educational information for other pharmacists, doctors, or patients.

clinical pharmacist

  • Worked in a pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) specialty pharmacy, serving as a medical team consultant specializing in pain management and pharmacotherapy. 
  • Performed Drug Utilization Reviews in compliance with state and federal statutes and pursuant to clinical practices to maximize medication use and avoid potential drug interactions. 
  • Abided by pharmacy rules and regulations regarding quality assurance guidelines and maintain standards for Worker’s Compensation regulatory laws. 
  • Oversaw and managed activities of pharmacy technicians and customer service representatives, review and interpret prescription orders for data entry accuracy.  
  • Provided clinical consultation via telephonic functions including patients, physicians and other healthcare professionals including nurse case managers and/or insurance adjusters related to Workers’ Compensation.    
  • Pharmacist liaison for resolving DUR issues pertaining to processed orders as well as approval or denial requests for prior authorizations.  
  • Performed other pharmacy related duties assigned by management with ability to multi-task by working independent or with co-workers.  

clinical pharmacist

  • Collaborate with other health care professionals to plan, monitor, review, or evaluate the quality or effectiveness of drugs or drug regimens
  • Checking drug Interactions, Medication errors,Patient Counscelling,Drug data base management 
  • Ward round particiation along with Doctors,Auditing
  • Adhere to and enforced the safety and rules of regulations maintaining the confidentiality of patients and organization as well as state and federal laws related to the practice of pharmacy. 

clinical pharmacist

  • Develop manuals, texts, workbooks, or related materials for use in a hospital setting
  • Dispensing medicines to in patients
  • conducting ward rounds
  • monitoring drug to drug interactions

clinical pharmacist

  • Prescription auditing.
  • TPN monitoring.
  • ADR reporting 
  • DRPs monitoring and reporting
  • Dosage adjustment in special population.
  • Anticoagulation patient counseling.
  • Chronopharmacology.

clinical pharmacist

  • Utilise knowledge, expertise and skill in pharmacy practice to provide a high level clinical service including clinical reviews, therapeutic drug monitoring, provision of medications and medication information and counselling. 
  • Practice legally and within recognised standards governing pharmacists.
  • Conduct thorough patient medication history interviews.
  • Develop medication management plans and recommendations.
  • Apply clinical judgement and reasoning to provide optimum patient care.
  • Provide information on the safe and effective use of medicines to patients and fellow health professionals. 
  • Utilise a range of programs to support clinical practice, including ieMR, EMR, eLMs, iPharmacy and patient patient flow manager.

clinical pharmacist

  • Verified physician order entries for accuracy and appropriateness
  • Participated in a collaborative practice agreement to manage Mountain Park’s Anticoagulation Clinic by seeing patients, adjusting anticoagulation and other maintenance medication doses as appropriate
  • Reviewing patients’ profiles on bedside and checking for any interactions and adverse drug reactions 
  • Provide advice to medical, nursing, pharmacy staff and other health care professionals as appropriate. 

clinical pharmacist

  • Conduct rounds with physicians in the ICU, presenting medications and recommendations to ensure optimal outcomes.
  • Collaborate with other staff, including neurologists, and infectious disease specialists, to develop dosing based on pharmacokinetics and make adjustments based on levels.
  • Work with the medical team in determining best, evidence-based medical treatments for complex infections and disease states.
  • Coordinate the Hospital’s central pharmacy, reviewing and profiling medication orders for NICU, well baby nursery, labor and delivery, and postpartum.
  • Recommend alternative therapies when drug-drug or drug-disease interactions existed.
  • Provide clinical courses for nursing staff, delivered presentations as well as seminars on medications.
  • Clinically evaluate and report any Adverse Drug Events to pharmaceutical companies

clinical pharmacist

  • Consult with doctors and nurses to provide safe and effective pharmaceutical care.
  • Verify medication orders for hospital patients and enter data in computer.
  • Perform quality reviews on all orders sent to Quality Assurance
  • Maintain working knowledge of changes in pharmacy practice including laws and drugs

clinical pharmacist

  • Identification of drug related problems and suggesting preventive or treatment measures for better patient care.
  • Detection, Reporting and Management of Adverse Drug Reactions as per National Pharmacovigilance Program of India (PvPI).
  • Conduct of patient enrolment and visits.
  • Preparing the site for monitoring and auditing process.
  • Reviewing the appropriateness, effectiveness, safety, adherence and affordability of patient’s drug therapy.
  • Handling Patient referrals and communicating to health care team.
  • Providing Drug and Poison Information.