Clinical Pharmacy

Department of Clinical Pharmacy

The American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) defines clinical pharmacy as an area of pharmacy concerned with the science and practice of rational medication use. Clinical pharmacy is a health science discipline in which pharmacists provide patient care that optimizes medication therapy and promotes health, and disease prevention. The clinical pharmacist routinely evaluates drug therapy and makes recommendations to patients and healthcare professionals. Clinical pharmacists are a source of scientific information and advice for the safe, convenient and cost-effective use of medicines.

Patient education, patient counseling, pharmaceutical care, the role of the clinical pharmacist in the treatment of acute and chronic diseases, the role of the pharmacist in public health, drug and treatment monitoring, rational drug use, pharmacoeconomics, oncology pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, drug side effects, efficacy comparisons, etc. studies constitute the main research areas of the Clinical Pharmacy Department. Studies are usually done with patients and / or pharmacists in the hospitals or pharmacies.

Courses offered by the Department

Required Courses 

·         Clinical Pharmacy- I

·         Clinical Pharmacy-II

·         Rational Drug Use

Elective Courses

·         Clinical Pharmacy Practice

·         Rational Drug Use in Hospitals

·         Over-the-counter Products Sold at the Pharmacy


Academic Staff

Assist. Prof. Aslınur ALBAYRAK

Res. Assist. Kayhan Nuri CENGİZ