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CV, Pharmacist targeting Canada

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Serial No: 12389

List top 5 skills: bpharm, pharmaceuticals
Short Bio:

Registered pharmacist and HIV/AIDS Specialist with seven years of valuable experience in providing top-notch health counselling and pharmacy services.

Outstanding interpersonal skills with a proven track record of establishing positive relationships with customers, pharmaceutical representatives/manufacturers, medical professionals and healthcare organizations; respected specialist.

Current location: 

Block 5, Road 4 Abraham Adesanya Estate - View on map

Nationality: 

Nigerian

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Pharmaceutical and Science

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

canada



Mar 2008-Present
Pharmacist
Health Service Commission – Lagos State

• Day to day running of the Pharmacy in charge of comprehensive HIV/AIDS section, including pharmacovigilance intervention.
• Accurately dispensing drugs to patients according to a doctor’s prescription.
• Handling computerised forecasting and replenishment of ARV’S and other drug commodities.
• Consulting with hundreds of physicians and patients to fill prescriptions, review side effects, discuss drug interactions and resolve medication delivery problems.
• Supervising the technicians of the Pharmacy.
• Improved drug-inventory management system to reduce waste and eliminate back orders.
• Recognized for ability to manage a high volume of patient accounts, including computerised drug stock management through Bincards.

Jan 2008-Jan 2013
Freelance Marketer
Anyas  Oil & Gas – Lagos State

• Served as a Superintendent Pharmacist

Dec 2007-May 2009 Rural Africa
Chief Pharmacist
Rural Africa Health initiative [NGO]  Delta State

• Volunteered for free medical outreach.
• Provided a professional empathetic and supportive service to the patients and identifying the right healthcare solution to their needs
• Instructed patients on how to use medications, possible side effects and storage.
• Ensuring the accuracy of all prescriptions, products and services supplied.
• Maintained pharmaceutical stock, creating inventories and ordering more drugs.

Sept 2006-Sept 2007
NYSC Programme
Sir Yahaya General Hospital, Kebbi State

• Interacted with patients in order to help
• In charge of prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV/AIDS.
• Consulted with physicians and patients with regard to medication dosage, drug interactions, medical equipment, disease management and potential side effects of prescription and medications.
• Dispensed and compounded prescriptions, and maintain accurate patient records, dosing information and directions for use.
• Keep abreast of new developments within the pharmaceutical industry.

Sept 2005-Sept 2006
Internship Programme
Health Service Commission, Lagos State

• Served as a Pharmacist in charge of prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV/AIDS
• Managed order entry, prescription verification and interpretation
• Counselled patients on prescription and non-prescription medications
• Dispensed drugs prescriptions for both inpatient and outpatient pharmacies
• Detection of adverse drug effects and medication error and consulting with the physician.
• Improved drug-inventory management system to reduce waste and eliminate back orders.

Education/Qualifications

in progress  Post graduate programme – West Africa College of Pharmacists
1999-2005  B.Pharm – Faculty of Pharmacy, College of Medicine, University of Lagos
1999                Secondary School Certificate – Ozougwu Comprehensive Sec. Sch., Ngwo, Enugu State
1998                Secondary School Certificate – Federal Government Girls Sec. Sch., Onitsha, Anambra State
1986-1992    Primary School Leaving – Santa Maria Nursery and Primary Certificate Sch., Onitsha, Anambra State

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sept 2006-Sept 2007 Sir Yahaya

General Hospital

Kebbi State

NYSC Programme

• Interacted with patients in order to help

• In charge of prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV/AIDS.

• Consulted with physicians and patients with regard to medication dosage, drug interactions, medical equipment, disease management and potential side effects of prescription and medications.

• Dispensed and compounded prescriptions, and maintain accurate patient records, dosing information and directions for use.

• Keep abreast of new developments within the pharmaceutical industry.

 

Sept 2005-Sept 2006 Health Service Commission

Lagos State

Internship Programme

• Served as a Pharmacist in charge of prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV/AIDS

• Managed order entry, prescription verification and interpretation

• Counselled patients on prescription and non-prescription medications

• Dispensed drugs prescriptions for both inpatient and outpatient pharmacies

• Detection of adverse drug effects and medication error and consulting with the physician.

• Improved drug-inventory management system to reduce waste and eliminate back orders.

 

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