CQHCWC approved as national clinical pharmacist training base
The Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children (CQHCWC), located in Southwest China's Chongqing, has recently been approved as a national clinical pharmacist training base for obstetrics and gynecology medicine (the first of its kind in Chongqing) and pediatric medicine.
This was following a professional evaluation by the Pharmacy Administration Commission of the Chinese Hospital Association.
The national clinical pharmacist training base, a standardized training base, was launched by the National Health Commission in an effort to adapt to national medical reforms and accelerate the transformation of pharmacists' work.
In 2007, the Pharmacy Administration Commission of the Chinese Hospital Association was entrusted to organize the declaration and management.
The clinical pharmacy work of the CQHCWC began in 2006, and the center currently has 10 specialist clinical pharmacists, including two with a doctorate and eight with a master's degree.
The specialty, covering seven majors – pediatric medicine, anti-tumor medicine, anti-infective medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, endocrinology, critical care medicine, and pain medicine – is a key specialty of the clinical pharmacy in Chongqing.
In recent years, the CQHCWC has been improving its pharmacy services and focusing more on patients so as to ensure the safety and health of women and children.
Its approval as a national clinical pharmacist training base is an important achievement in the development of the clinical pharmacy specialty at the CQHCWC. The center will take this opportunity to train more professional and technical pharmacy personnel and help promote the high-quality development of pharmacy services in the city.