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Title: The Attitudes and Perceptions of Pharmacy students toward applying Pharmaceutical care after Graduation in Alkharj city
Authors: Ahmed, Nehad 
Al-Shdefat, Ramadan 
Yusuf, Reham 
Ain, Mohammad 
Rabba, Abdullah 
Keywords: Pharmaceutical care - Saudi Arabia - AlKharj city;Pharmacy students - Attitudes - Saudi Arabia - AlKharj city
Issue Date: Sep-2017
Journal: Bulletin of Environment, Pharmacology and Life Sciences 
Abstract: Pharmaceutical care is a new concept in the practice of pharmacy. Many developing countries started the adoption and the implementation of pharmaceutical care and so many universities started the PharmD program and others started teaching pharmaceutical care courses for the pharmacy bachelor degree. To investigate Pharmacy undergraduate student attitudes and perceptions toward applying pharmaceutical care in Alkharj city. The study was conducted in pharmacy college in Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz university. The students were requested to fill questionnaire about the attitudes and perceptions of pharmacy students toward applying pharmaceutical care principles after graduation. All of the respondents respond positively to the statement of “ All pharmacists should perform should pharmaceutical care” and they feel that pharmaceutical care application would benefit pharmacists. About 42.55% reported that “Lacking of place for patient counseling in the pharmacy and Insufficient technology in the pharmacy” barriers will prevent the pharmacist from applying pharmaceutical care in the future. There was a positive outlook for the pharmacy profession with an expanding patient oriented role. There are many barriers to applying pharmaceutical care. These barriers can be overcome by good management of pharmaceutical services.
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