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Title: Pharmacy Graduate Career Path Workshop


1
Pharmacy Graduate Career Path Workshop
  • Shirley Chen, Pharm.D.
  • Principal, MA Enterprises
  • NTUSPAA-NA 2005 Annual Event Workshop Moderator
  • August 6, 2005

2
Workshop Agenda
  • 130-135 President remark (Min Chen)
  • 135-150 Program overview (Shirley Chen)
  • 150-205 Academic-PhD track (Diana Chow)
  • 205-220 Academic-PharmD track (Lily Kung)
  • 220-235 Clinical Pharmacy, retail (Alice Chen)
  • 235-250 Clinical Pharmacy, hospital (Lily
    Kung)
  • 250-310 Clinical Pharmacy, community education
    (Karen Chen, CS Gau
    to introduce)
  • 310-330 Coffee break
  • 330-350 Industry pre-launch (Wendy Chern)
  • 350-400 Industry post-launch (Shirley Chen)
  • 400-420 Government (Sue Chih Lee)
  • 420-440 Panel discussion (all presenters and
    Chyau Liang)

3
Pharmaceutical Career Goal
  • To achieve positive outcomes from the use of
    medication that improves patients' quality of
    life
  • According to the American Pharmaceutical
    Association

4

Reference U Michigan, 2005
5
Career Distribution of NTU School of Pharmacy
Graduates (1998-2002, n294)
NTUSP Survey 1998-2002 (n294)
Reference NTUSP Survey 2005
6
Employment type () of pharmacists
  • US UMich NTUSP
  • Community 71 43 2
  • Hospital 16 9 24
  • Residency - 27 -
    Graduate - 2 30
  • Industry 2.4 2 18
  • Government - - 2
  • Teaching/Academia 1.7  - -
  • Non-pharmaceutical 3.7 3 8
  • No paid employment 6.3 - -

Reference US West Midlands (n2,568),
respondents (n1,767)
7
Career Choices of Pharmacy Graduates
  • Hospitals and Other Institutional Settings
  • Academic Pharmacy
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Other Specialized Pharmacy Fields

8
Career Choices of Pharmacy Graduates
  • Hospitals and Other Institutional Settings -
    Nearly 40,000 pharmacists nationwide practice in
    hospitals, nursing homes, extended care
    facilities, neighborhood health centers, and
    health maintenance organizations. This position's
    responsibilities include finance and budgeting,
    personnel administration, systems development,
    and planning.

9
Career Choices of Pharmacy Graduates
  • Academic Pharmacy -
  • There are nearly 80 colleges and schools of
    pharmacy employing more than 3000 full-time
    faculty members in teaching, research, and public
    service, and even clinical practice nationwide.
    Faculty members usually hold postgraduate degrees
    and/or training (e.g., Ph.D. degree or residency
    or fellowship training following the professional
    degree program). Clinical pharmacy faculty
    members are responsible for patient care, in
    addition to teaching and research.

10
Career Choices of Pharmacy Graduates
  • The Pharmaceutical Industry - Pharmacists in this
    setting may be responsible for marketing,
    research and product development, quality
    control, sales or administration. Many obtain
    postgraduate degrees to help them meet the
    technical demands and scientific duties required
    in pharmaceutical manufacturing.

11
Career Choices of Pharmacy Graduates
  • Other Specialized Pharmacy Fields - Pharmacists
    also work in a host of government positions. At
    the federal level, they hold staff and
    supervisory posts in the United States Public
    Health Service, the Veterans Administration, the
    Food and Drug Administration, and the armed
    services. Beyond that, pharmacists work in
    advertising, packaging, technical writing,
    magazine editing, science reporting and
    pharmaceutical law.

12
Career Search/Transition
  • Preparation/understanding yourself resume,
    career assessment (The Birkman First Look,
    MYERS- BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR)
  • Research your market
  • Focus on specific jobs career link websites
  • Interview and negotiating Networking is the key
    to success
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