Clinical Pharmacist Resume Examples

clinical pharmacist

  • Electronic medical recording
  • Drug interaction reporting.
  • Adverse drug reaction reporting.
  • Drug dispensing
  • Patient counseling.

clinical pharmacist

  • Prepare medications by physician orders.
  • Review and dispense medications.
  • organize, train and direct staff.
  • Maintain records, such as pharmacy files and patient profiles

clinical pharmacist

  • Compound and dispense oncology medications as prescribed by doctors, by calculating, measuring, and mixing ingredients, or oversee these activities.
  • Maintain records, such as pharmacy files, patient profiles, charge system files, inventories and control records
  • Staffed OR Pharmacy and provided services to anesthesia, surgery, and nursing
  • Dispensed outpatient post-op medications

clinical pharmacist(interim)

  • High Risk Antibiotic Monitoring and Anti MIcrobial Stewerdship   
  •  Surgical Prophylaxis Of Antibiotics 
  •  Ward Round Participation   
  •  Providing Drug Information 
  •  Patient Counseling 
  •  ADR Monitoring, Detection, Classification, Reporting and Documentation
  •  Treatment Chart Review

clinical pharmacist

  • Integral part of prescription audit team
  • Participation in ward rounds to review patients medication orders to ensure the safe and effective drug therapy.
  • Participated two NABH Audits. 
  • Reporting adverse drug reactions and medication error in the hospital,analyzing trends and suggestion strategies to minimize it.
  • Assessment of drug allergies, Drug-drug interactions, therapeutic duplications and completeness of prescriptions.
  • Responding to drug related queries of all health care professionals with evidence based information.
  • Participating in clinical projects.

clinical pharmacist

  • Worked as Pharma D intern for .1 Year in Gandhi hospital in General medicine, Orthopedics, pediatrics, obstetrics and Gynocologyy.
  • Co-ordinated clinical research work in pediatrics department in Gandhi hospital under pediatrics HOD for the project tiltled as” Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in relationship with epileptic severity in pediatrics department of teritary care hospital”.
  • Provided patient counselling, adverse drug reactions , drug drug interactions and pharmacist interventions.
  •  Medication History Interview And Reconciliation  

clinical pharmacist

  •  Checking Drug Interactions
  •  Identification and Reporting Of Medication Errors  
  •  Prescription Analysis
  • Engaging in patient safety & quality improvement programs in hospitals.

clinical pharmacist

  • Assess the status of the patient’s health problems and determine whether the prescribed medications are optimally meeting the patient’s needs and goals of care.
  • Evaluate the appropriateness and effectiveness of the patient’s medications.
  • Recognize untreated health problems that could be improved or resolved with appropriate medication therapy.
  • Follow the patient’s progress to determine the effects of the patient’s medications on his or her health.
  • Consult with the patient’s physicians and other health care providers in selecting the medication therapy that best meets the patient’s needs and contributes effectively to the overall therapy goals.
  • participate and lead in the antimicrobial stewardship program (ASP) weekly for the safe, and cost-effective use of antimicrobial.

clinical pharmacist

  • Complete drug utilization reviews weekly and provided clinical coverage determinations within defined turnaround times for Medicare Part D patients
  • Provide approval and denial decisions for coverage determination requests; requests included prior authorizations, step protocol reviews, non-formulary exceptions, tier cost, off-label use, and quality limit with Medicare guidelines.
  • Interpret clinical information and patients’ medical records to determine medical necessity based on clinical appropriateness and guidelines
  • Respond to escalated cases regarding determinations and re-determinations with members, pharmacies, and providers
  • Serve as subject matter expert for healthcare providers and members regarding coverage determinations

clinical pharmacist

  • Conducting NABH Prescription audits
  • Conducting Antibiotic audits to find-out commonly used drugs
  • Conducting Internal audit with a nursing supervisor
  • Collecting and reporting Medication errors
  • Reporting adverse drug reactions
  • Held orientations for Post-Graduates & Nurses with professors and Drug safety associate
  • Assisted in creating forms for all audits