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FACULTY OF PHARMACY AND HEALTH SCIENCES

   

 

 

   

 

Rules of Pharm-D Five Years:

The course is conducted according to the rules of Pharmacy Council of Pakistan.

No student shall be allowed to sit in the next Professional Examination with out passing the previous Prof. Examination in all subjects.

Any student who fails to pass the 1st Prof. Examination in five chances shall cease to pursue further Pharmacy Education.

40% of the written exam shall consist multiple choice questions and the rest 60% of short structured essays, extended essays.

A student who appears for exam in any subject and passes in theory but fails in practical or vice versa shall reappear only in theory or in practical in which he fails.

Rules for admission in Pharm-D:

The candidate must have passed F.Sc Pre-Medical
The candidate has to appear for the entry test conducted by NTS & qualify on merit.

Programs of Study:

Doctor of Pharmacy, 5 years morning and Self Supporting Evening Program
Doctor of Pharmacy, one year evening condense program
M.Phil in Pharmacy Practice, Pharmacology, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmaceutics.
Ph.D in Pharmacy Practice, Pharmacology, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmaceutics.

NEW DEPARTMENTS:

Following two new departments has been established under Faculty of Pharmacy.


1. PHYSICAL THERAPY
2. DEPARTMENT OF EASTERN MEDICINE


1. PHYSICAL THERAPY

Physical therapy is a health care profession concerned with human function and movement and maximizing potential for healthier smooth life. It uses physical approches to promote, maintained restore physical, psychological and social well-being, taking account of variations in health status. It is science based, committed to extending, applying evaluating and reviewing the evidence that underpins and informs its pratice and delivery. The exercise of clinical judgment and informed interpretation is at its core.
The misison of physical therapy profeesional education is to graduate kinwledgeale, service oriented practitioners who, by virtue of critical and intergrative thinking render indepndent, evidence- bassed judgements concerning patient needs.

1.1 SCOPE OF PHYSICAL THERAPY

The pratice of physical theraphy is the asessment, evaluaiton, diagnosis and tratment of neuromusculoskeletal, cadiorespiratiory system of the body by physical means for the pupose of maintenance or restoration of funtion that has been impaired by injury or disease, for pain management and for the prommotion of mobility and health. Praediatrics and sports injury are also dealt by physiotherapist.
Recent development and scope is direct acess of patient by physiotherapsists for better health care services to community.

1.2 PHYSICAL THERAPY SPECIALTIES.

 Musculoskeletal physical therapy
 Neurological physical therapy
 Respiratory physical therapy
 Cadiovascular physical therapy
 Paediatric physical therapy.
 Geriatric physical therapy
 Intergumentary physical therapy
 Womens health ( Gynaeocology and obstetirics)
 Sport physical therapy.


1.3 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Job opportunities for physical therapists are excellent in Pakistan as well as abroad. It is the second highly paid profession.
Average physical therapist salaries nation wide are 26% higher then average salaries for all jobs. They can be work as;

 Clinician self employment by independent practice
 Teaching as lecturer
 Hospitals
 Rehabilitation centers and schools.
 Industries
 Sport clinic
 Fitness centers
 Government sectors and heath care department ( BPS-17)

1.4 Rules

 The duration of the degree course is 5 years.
 The candidate must have passed F.Sc Pre-Medical
 The candidate has to appear for the entry test conducted by NTS & qualify on merit.

CURRICULUM AND YEAR WISE COURSE DETAILS DOCTOR OF PHYSICAL THERAPY (DPT) SCHEME OF STUDIES

First Year

S. No

Subject title

Theory Marks

Practical / Viva /Clinical Marks

Total Marks

1.       

Anatomy –I

100

100

200

2.       

Physiology-I

100

100

200

3.       

Kinesiology

100

100

200

4.       

Bio Chemistry & Genetics –I

100

Not Applicable

100

5.       

English

100

Not Applicable

100

6.       

Introduction to computer

100

Not Applicable

100

 

Total

600

300

900

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Second Year

S. No

Subject title

Theory Marks

Practical / Viva /Clinical Marks

Total Marks

1.       

Anatomy –II

100

100

200

2.       

Physiology- II

100

100

200

3.       

Biomechanics & ergonomics 

100

100

200

4.       

Bio Chemistry & Genetics –II

100

Not Applicable

100

5.       

Exercise Physiology

100

Not Applicable

100

6.       

Sociology & health and wellness

( 50+50 )=100

Not Applicable

100

7.       

Medical Physics

100

Not Applicable

100

8.       

Islamic studies & Pakistan studies

( 50+50 )=100

Not Applicable

100

 

Total

800

300

1100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Third Year:

S. No

Subject title

Theory Marks

Practical / Viva /Clinical Marks

Total Marks

1.       

Pathology & Microbiology

100

100

200

2.       

Pharmacology

100

100

200

3.       

Physical agents and Electrotherapy

100

100

200

4.       

Therapeutics Exercise & Techniques

100

100

200

5.       

Manual Therapy

100

100

200

6.       

Evidence based & Proposal practices

100

Not Applicable

100

7.       

Behavioral sciences

100

Not Applicable

100

 

Total

700

500

1200

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fourth Year:

S. No

Subject title

Theory Marks

Practical / Viva /Clinical Marks

Total Marks

1.       

Medicine including supervised

Clinical practice I & II

100

200

300

2.       

Clinical decision making & Deferential diagnosis

100

100

200

3.       

Physical agents and musculoskeletal physical therapy including clinical practice III

100

200

300

4.       

Neurological physical therapy including clinical practice IV

100

200

300

5.       

Community medicine & research methodology

100

Not Applicable

100

6.       

Prosthetics & Orthotics , Human development & Community based Rehabilitation

(50+50)=100

Not Applicable

100

 

Total

600

700

1300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Final Year:

S. No

Subject title

Theory Marks

Practical / Viva /Clinical Marks

Total Marks

1

Cardiopulmonary physical therapy including supervised clinical practice-V

100

200

300

2

Emergency procedures & primary care in physical therapy 

100

Not Applicable

100

3

Surgery & integumentary physical therapy including supervised clinical practice VI

100

200

300

4

physical therapy in practice and Gyne & Obstetrics 

100

100

200

5

Gerontology # geriatric physical therapy 

100

Not Applicable

100

6

Sport physical therapy 

100

Not Applicable

100

 

Total

600

500

1100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. DEPARTMENT OF EASTERN MEDICINE

Eastern Medical Education aims at producing competent eastern medicine (tibbi) physicians. Such physicians, with practical training based on scientific knowledge of modern diagnostics and Tibbi fundamentals will be able to take up responsibilities in health services.

Pakistan is not the only country teaching such courses. Many developed countries have adopted the concept of alternative medicine. In Japan, it is called ‘Kampo’ that has a society that exceeds more than 10,000 members. In India and China, they have specialized hospitals where patients are treated with herbal medicines.

In this situation, the quest for an alternative system of medicine always remained in the minds of health specialists. As a result of continuous efforts, the National Council for Tibb (NCT) a regulatory and registration authority for Eastern Medicine was established. NCT helped in improving tibbi medicine and the registration of eastern medicine (tibbi) practitioners.

The objective behind this program is to prepare batches of knowledgeable and committed eastern medicine practioners Tabibs who could become agents of change by fulfilling healthcare needs of the masses based on centuries old wisdom and expression of tibb.

PROGRAM OFFERED
Bachelor of Eastern Medicine and Surgery (BEMS)

2.1 OBJECTIVES

Train eastern medicine (Tibbi ) graduates capable of treating ailing persons through modern diagnostic techniques and with time tested remedies of Eastern Medicine.
Prepare eastern medicine (Tibbi) clinicians to demonstrate professional skills through standard curative, preventive, and promotive interventions.
Produce qualified eastern medicine (Tibbi ) prctioners to understand temperament, body humors, disease process and to treat patients with confidence and kindness.
Integrate basic medical knowledge with diagnostic skills and eastern medicine (Tibbi ) therapeutics and pharmacognosy.
Plan and carry out research in Eastern Medicine aimed at health promoting and disease curing, based on principles of tibb.
Support National Health System by assisting/supervising/contributing in the areas of Safe Food & Nutrition, Maternal Child Health, Health Education, Family Planning, Sanitation, Safe Water, and Clean Environment.
Produce qualified graduates with knowledge of Eastern Medicine in tandem with latest technologies for diagnosis and modern methods of treatment and healthcare.
 

2.2 SCOPE

It is worthwhile to note that the number of eastern medicine manufacturing units in the country is more than 400. They are producing and marketing thousands of herbal products in the market. Recently the regulation of Alternative medicine has been established and implementation has bee started. Apart from that, hundreds of eastern medicine Clinics / Matabs/ Dispensaries, both in public and private sectors, are functional. Therefore the need for qualified and competent eastern medicine (Tibbi ) physician / hukama is fast increasing.
Following are some of the areas where job opportunities for qualified eastern medicine (Tibbi ) physician exist:
 General Practice / Private Practice: Set up a private clinic as practice as Registered eastern medicine (Tibbi ) physician Practitioner, authorized to prescribe eastern ( Tibbi) Medicine.
Teaching Career: Appointed as lecturer/instructor in Tibbi institutions, Deptts. of Eastern Medicine, etc.
Appointed as Registered eastern medicine (Tibbi ) physician Practitioner in any private institution as a recognized tibbi practitioner.
Appointed as a scientific officer, research officer, in quality assurance, production, etc. in eastern medicine (Tibbi) pharma industry, as Sales officer, Product Promotion Officer of tibbi pharmaceutical industry, etc. and as Food & Nutrition Education Officer, Food Supervisor, Food Inspector in Govt., Semi Govt., and Private sectors.

2.3 Criteria and requirements

The duration of the degree course is 5 years.
The candidate must have passed F.Sc Pre-Medical
The candidate has to appear for the entry test conducted by NTS & qualify on merit.

CURRICULUM FOR BEMS

 

 

SCHEME OF STUDIES

 

 

 

 

 

FIRST PROFESSIONAL

 

 

 

 

Theory

 

Paper 1.

Anatomy–I

=

100

 

Paper 2.

Physiology–I

=

100

 

Paper 3.

Biochemistry–I

=

100

 

Paper 4.

Principles of Eastern Medicine–I

=

100

 

Paper 5.

History of Eastern Medicine

=

100

 

Paper 6.

Islamic Studies/Ethical Behavior/

 

 

 

 

Pakistan Studies

=

100

 

Practical

 

 

 

Paper 7.

Anatomy–I

=

100

 

Paper 8.

Physiology–I

=

100

 

Paper 9.

Biochemistry–I

=

100

 

 

 

Total =

900

 

 

SECOND PROFESSIONAL

 

 

 

 

Theory

 

 

 

Paper 1.

Anatomy–II

=

100

 

Paper 2.

Physiology–II

=

100

 

Paper 3.

Biochemistry–II

=

100

 

Paper 4.

Principles of Eastern Medicine–II

=

100

 

Paper 5.

Pharmacognosy–I

=

100

 

Paper 6.

Bioinformatics

=

50

 

 

Practical

 

 

 

Paper 7.

Anatomy–II

=

100

 

Paper 8.

Physiology–II

=

100

 

Paper 9.

Biochemistry–II

=

100

 

Paper 10.

Pharmacognosy–I

=

100

 

Paper 11

Bioinformatics

=

50

 

 

 

Total =

1000

 


 
 

 

 

THIRD PROFESSIONAL

 

 

 

Theory

 

 

Paper 1.

Pharmacy

=

100

Paper 2.

Microbiology & Parasitology

=

100

Paper 3.

Community Medicine

=

100

Paper 4.

Meteria Medica–I

=

100

Paper 5.

Pharmacognosy–II

=

100

Paper 6.

Clinical Methods and Therapeutics–I

=

100

Paper 7.

Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

=

100

 

Practical

 

 

Paper 8.

Pharmacy

=

100

Paper 9.

Microbiology & Parasitology

=

100

Paper 10.

Meteria Medica–I

=

100

Paper 11.

Pharmacognosy–II

=

100

 

Clinical

 

 

Paper 12.

Clinical Methods and Therapeutics–I

=

100

 

 

Total =

1200

 

FOURTH PROFESSIONAL

 

 

 

Theory

 

 

Paper 1.

Pathology

=

100

Paper 2.

Surgery–I

=

100

Paper 3.

Clinical Psychology & Psychiatry

=

100

Paper 4.

Materia Medica–II

=

100

Paper 5.

Obstetrics and Gynaecology–I

=

100

Paper 6.

Clinical Methods and Therapeutics–II

=

100

 

Practical

 

 

Paper 7.

Pathology

=

100

Paper 8.

Clinical Psychology & Psychiatry

=

100

Paper 9.

Materia Medica–II

=

100

 

Clinical

 

 

Paper 10.

Surgery–I

=

100

Paper 11.

Obstetrics and Gynaecology–I

=

100

Paper 12.

Clinical Methods and Therapeutics–II

=

100

 

 

Total =

1200


 

 

 


 

Gynaecology

FINAL PROFESSIONAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theory

 

 

 

Paper 1.

Paediatrics

=

100

 

Paper 2.

Opthalmology and ENT

=

100

 

Paper 3.

Obstetrics & Gynaecology–II

=

100

 

Paper 4.

Surgery–II

=

100

 

Paper 5.

Clinical Diagnostics

=

100

 

Paper 6.

Clinical Methods and Therapeutics–III

=

100

 

 

Clinical

 

 

 

Paper 7.

Pediatrics

=

100

 

Paper 8.

Opthalmology and ENT

=

100

 

Paper 9.

Obstetrics & Gynaecology–II

=

100

 

Paper 10.

Surgery–II

=

100

 

Paper 11.

Clinical Diagnostics

=

100

 

Paper 12.

Clinical Methods and Therapeutics–III

=

100

 

 

Total =

1200

 

TOTAL MARKS OF STUDY COURSE

=

5500

 


 
 
 
 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

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