Analysis of the Ukrainian employer current requirements to the pharmaceutical personnel
Keywords:pharmacy professionals, requirements, employers, socio-psychological characteristics, vacancy, professional duties
The introduction of modern approaches to the management of pharmacy institutions and Good Pharmacy Practice (GPP) requires the special knowledge, skills, and “client orientation” among pharmacy professionals.
Aim. To determine the socio-psychological characteristics that a pharmacy professional should have.
Materials and methods. To determine the requirements set by employers to pharmacists over 900 topical vacancies for October 2016 provided by pharmacy institutions in Ukraine have been analyzed. The analysis was carried out according to the data of the leading job sites, such as work.ua, rabota.ua, trud.ua, job.i.ua, hh.ua, job.ukr.net.
Results and discussion. Based on the analysis of vacancies presented by pharmacy institutions, the requirements of employers to pharmacists have been determined. It has been found that employers still focus on the professionalism of a specialist. The requirements to knowledge and skills that a modern pharmacist should possess have been analyzed. The certain rules that a pharmacy specialist must adhere in his/her professional activities have been determined. The socio-psychological characteristics of pharmacy professionals have been studied.
Conclusions. The requirements set by employers to pharmacists in modern conditions have been studied, and the ideal pharmacist portrait has been formed.
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