Pharmacist(Simdega, Jamtara & Hazaribagh)

Posted By: Citizens Foundation


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Public Health/WASH

Job Description

responding to medical/health problems presented by patients including history taking, diagnosis, investigation, treatment and referral as appropriate; maintaining confidentiality and impartiality; commissioning healthcare by liaising with medical professionals in the community and hospitals; promoting health education in conjunction with other health professionals; organising preventative medical programmes for individual patients; providing specialist clinics for specific conditions or for certain groups, e.g. diabetes, smoking cessation and new babies; meeting targets set by the government for specific treatments, such as child immunisations; discussing the development of new pharmaceutical products with pharmaceutical sales representatives; managing resources to handle targets as effectively as possible, for example, using the NHS e-Referral Service

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - MBBS

some practices have one partner who specializes in the use of IT within the practice but all will be expected tohave basic abilities for work, such as maintaining patients' records using specific packages; keeping up to date with medical developments, new drugs, treatments and medications, including complementary medicine; observing and assessing the work of trainee GPs and medical students and teaching at medical schools or hospitals; maintaining a portfolio of continuing professional development (CPD) activities. Desirables: MBBS/MD

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Citizens Foundation
  • About Organization:The origin of Citizens Foundation began in year 1993 with the genesis of Gandhi Sporting Club by formed Mr. Ganesh Reddy. Initially the club was involved in community based events like organizing different religious events, collective activities at local level, sports tournaments etc. Gradually, with the realization having effective community-based programmes, the club took-up activities like organizing events for community awareness, health-based sensitizations etc. Until early 2002, the organization was informally involved in various social activities which then took up a shape of a formal organization renamed as Citizens Foundation. With the support of six development youths, Citizens Foundation was registered as a NGO under Society‚Äôs Registration Act on February 20, 2002. In the initial days it was mostly into health based programmes with just 2-3 staffs. However, due to its effective work on ground, it has expanded well in terms of size and outreach. Today, Citizens Foundation is