Possess knowledge and comprehension of the core information associated with the profession of pharmacy, including biomedical sciences; pharmaceutical sciences; behavioural, social, and administrative pharmacy sciences; and manufacturing practices.
2. Thinking Abilities Utilise the principles of scientific inquiry, thinking analytically, clearly and critically, while solving problems and making decisions during daily practice. Find, analyse, evaluate and apply information systematically and shall make defensible decisions.
3. Planning Abilities
Demonstrate effective planning abilities including time management, resource management, delegation skills and organisational skills. Develop and implement plans and organise work to meet deadlines.
4. Leadership skills
Understand and consider the human reaction to change, motivation issues, leadership and team building when planning changes required for fulfilment of practice, professional and societal responsibilities. Assume participatory roles as responsible citizens or leadership roles, whenever appropriate, to facilitate improvement in health and well-being.
5. Professional Identity
Understand, analyse and communicate the value of their professional roles in society (e.g. health care professionals, suppliers of pharmaceuticals, promoters of health, educators, business managers, employers, employees) through consideration of historical, social, economic and political issues.
6. The Pharmacist and society
Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional pharmacy practice.
7. Environment and sustainability
Understand the impact of the professional pharmacy solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
Honour personal values and apply ethical principles in professional and social contexts. Demonstrate behaviour that recognises cultural and personal variability in values, communication and lifestyles. Use ethical frameworks, apply ethical principles while making decisions, and take responsibility for the outcomes associated with the decisions.
Communicate effectively with the pharmacy community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports, make effective presentations and documentation, and give and receive clear instructions.
10. Modern tool usage
Learn, select, and apply appropriate methods and procedures, resources, and modern pharmacy-related computing tools with an understanding of the limitations.
11. Life-long learning
Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change. Self-assess and use feedback effectively from others to identify learning needs and to satisfy these needs on an ongoing basis.