Integrated Master in Pharmaceutical Sciences

Practice of Clinical Therapy II



Learning outcomes

Overall objective: To acquire knowledge in clinical practice, by applying the knowledge gained in pharmacotherapy.

Specific objectives:
- Clinical reasoning Acquisition (patient-centered)
- Monitoring of clinical situations
- Understanding Important clinical and laboratory characteristics for the diagnosis and monitoring of the patient
- Acquisition of knowledge in administering drugs in hospital
- Clinical application of pharmacotherapeutic plans
- Application of scientific knowledge and evidence-based treatment protocols
- Developing skills in communication with other health professionals
- Knowledge of electronic clinical information management systems of hospital
- Knowledge management measures the drug and clinical governance


Module Oncology
Breast Cancer
Cancer of the head and neck
Metastatic disease
Consultation / Day Hospital / oncology Urgency
Module Gastroenterology / Hepatology
Peptic ulcer / duodenal
Inflammatory bowel disease
Hepatitis toxic drug
Mono-infection with HBV or HCV
Hepatic decompensation
Hepatical cirrhosis
Hepatocellular carcinoma
Module Anesthesiology / Surgical Block
Surgical anesthetic therapy
Reversal of anesthesia
Pain therapy
View the surgery / surgical procedures
Surgical antibiotic prophylaxis
Post-surgery therapy
Medication reconciliation
Module Pediatrics
ADME & pharmacokinetic aspects
Nosocomial infections, infectious meningitis, TB, viral infections
Pediatric antibiotic administration
Therapy in intensive care
Co-administration of parenteral nutrition
Medicines manipulation (SNG, NP)
Module Rheumatology
Autoimmune joint diseases
Biological products
Osteometabolic diseases
Anti-inflammatory therapy
Analgesic Therapy