This program provides pharmacists with fundamentals of clinical pharmacy practice through blended learning experience including:
• Hands on training at 57357 Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt CCHE.
• Online sessions and simulation-based videos

By the end of this internship, pharmacists will be able to:
1) Understand the work flow inside the pharmacy.
2) Know the pharmacist role in oncology and chemotherapy prescriptions.
3) Identify the responsibilities of clinical pharmacists in different units (IV Admixture, Patient Counselling, Inpatient, Critical Care and Others).
4) Discover new areas of pharmacy practice (Nuclear Pharmacy, Personalized Medication Management, Infectious diseases pharmacy and Bone Marrow Transplant).
5) Apply knowledge into practice through various case discussions inpatient area and critical care area.
6) Identity role of evidence based medicine in provision of medication information and literature review.

DURATION: 60 hours; 48 hours hands on training at CCHE – 12 hours recorded online sessions.
• Each student will attend 8 days at the hospital (4 days per week) according to the selected groups schedule.
• The recorded sessions will be available from the start of training till 2 weeks after end of training
During 2 weeks the student will have 2 days to cover recorded material online and 8 days onsite at the hospital.

Students must attend 70% of each onsite (maximum absence 2 days) to receive certificate “Completion of Pre & post assessment and program survey.

Chemotherapy protocols
IV admixture
Dispensing Pharmacy
Daycare Pharmacy
Personalized medication management unit
Inpatient Pharmacy
Nutrition Pharmacy
Critical Care Pharmacy
Nuclear Pharmacy
ID Pharmacy

All pharmacy students and graduates

Emad Ezzat: Clinical pharmacy education supervisor.
Mohamed Nagy: Personalized medication management unit head.
Ahmed Anwar: Pharm D program manager.
Menna Shehab: BMT pharmacy supervisor.
Nermeen Ezzat: Clinical nutrition pharmacy supervisor.
Ahmed Farag: Senior pharmacist in personalized medication management unit.
Marwan Mohey: IV preparation and checking supervisor.
Niveen Magdy: IV admixture unit supervisor.
Fatma Elsenosy: Dispensing unit supervisor.
Alaa Farid: Daycare Senior Pharmacist.
Gehad Samir: Inpatient hematology senior pharmacist
Mohamed Zahw: Senior Critical Care Pharmacist.
Mohamed Atef: Inpatient solid senior pharmacist.

WaveStart Date
Wave 57/8/2022
Wave 614/8/2022
Wave 721/8/2022
Wave 828/8/2022
Wave 1118/9/2022
Wave 1225/9/2022

The fees of the course will be directed towards the treatment of our children.

Course Fees and Registration