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NADHIR DJOUDI
Professional Summary
I am an experienced Pharmacist with a strong interest and enthusiasm for delivering high standard services to customers. My strengths include a sound clinical knowledge and the ability to put customers at ease and assist them with their ailments in a holistic way. I have a background in compounding, including clean room work, process improvements, training staff, and writing standard operating procedures (SOPs). My managerial experience encompasses team building, project management, problem solving and working to budgets. My work in diverse settings provides me with an ability to quickly understand new environments, and adaptable.
Skill Highlights
  • Exceptional patient care and interaction
  • Excellent telephone etiquette
  • Inventory management
  • Strong clinical background
  • Efficient and accurate
  • Strong decision-making ability
Professional Experience
Japp's Pharmacy Hay, NSW Locum Pharmacist in Charge 02/2016 to 04/2016 Communicated directly with doctors' offices via telephone, fax and email. Provided friendly customer service at prescription drop-off and pick-up counters. Communicated with all customers and staff in a pleasant and professional manner. Provided critical information and advice to customers regarding possible drug interactions, side effects, dosage and proper medication storage. Consistently upheld proper pharmacy and general safety procedures and standards. Successfully assisted customers with medical issues and provided valuable healthcare counseling. Appropriately resolved customer issues, complaints and questions.
AMCAL MAX THE GLEN MELBOURNE, VIC LOCUM COMMUNITY PHARMACIST 01/2015 to Current
  • Dispensing prescriptions and counselling patients.
  • Experience with Winifred and LOTS dispensing systems.
SLADE HEALTH MELBOURNE, VIC QUALITY PHARMACIST 01/2012 to 01/2014
  • Ensuring safe and accurate compounding of sterile preparations before release.
  • Screening for errors in data entry by ensuring the amount, mix, timing, potency, fluid balance, and method of administering medications were appropriate for the drug, dose, patient and customer preferences.
  • Checking appropriateness of dosage with Clinical Pharmacist (Customer) when required. Ensuring finished products have their expected potency, purity, quality, and characteristics at the time of release and are stored accordingly.
  • Responding to Clinical Pharmacists' queries about drug stabilities and recommended storage conditions.
  • Reporting non-conformances and manufacturing anomalies to the Site Quality Manager and assisting in decision making about outcomes of affected batches.
  • Subject Matter Expert in monitoring and troubleshooting alerts and alarms in the Environmental Monitoring System. Wrote the SOP and Working Instructions.
PHARMACY@THEWAREHOUSE WHANGAREI PHARMACY MANAGER 01/2006 to 01/2012
  • This was a new business that The Warehouse, one of NZ's largest retailers moved into. Dramatically increased customer loyalty, with feedback received indicating helpful, polite staff being the major reason. Client feedback further motivated staff and produced happy relaxed work environment. I ensured the pharmacy was recognised in the community as highly ethical and its staff knowledgeable. (See attached some of customers' testimonials)
  • Oversaw pharmacy operations and ensured complete adherence of staff to the company's procedures and policies. Ensured that medications are prepared and dispensed accurately and safely in accordance with current laws and regulations.
  • Developed and executed staff training and development strategies, motivating and mentoring to level of service excellence. Monitored employee performance and made recommendations to supervisor for promoting, retraining or disciplining.
  • Reviewed pharmacy sales, expenses and productivity figures. Monitored profit and loss and adjusted plans as necessary. Implemented and upheld pharmacy security and trained staff about loss prevention and ways to control shop lifting,
  • Organised regular in store health campaigns, offering free screening and counselling to the public to raise awareness to preventable and manageable diseases and conditions.
  • Liaised with local health bodies regarding funding for pharmacy services and ways of improving access to the community. Reason for leaving: The Warehouse chose to move out of pharmacy and shut all its retail pharmacies around the country.
PHARMACY@APOLLO AUCKLAND PHARMACY MANAGER 01/2005 to 01/2006
  • Helped at the start-up phase of the business with staff appointments, development of new systems, preparation for audit, and gaining new customers.
  • Developed and implemented operating procedures for this new business. Provided drug information to the centre's doctors and nurses.
  • Ensured staff provides prompt and courteous service to customers, nurses, doctors and vendors.
  • Maintained proper inventory levels and accurate records of stocks.
  • Represented the pharmacy in the regular meetings organised by the medical centre board with its tenants to discuss marketing and professional issues.
  • Prepared and passed the MEDSAFE audit.
CAMPUS PHARMACY AUCKLAND PHARMACY MANAGER 01/2003 to 01/2005
  • Built strong relations with the Students' Health Centre and the campus leadership through delivery of current and effective information about the changing cost of pharmaceuticals and assisting in the choice of best value medicines for the students.
  • Developed, implemented and reviewed standard operating procedures. Scheduled and managed all pharmacy staff.
  • Ensured weekly stocktaking for designated area was completed before orders were generated.
  • Performance review of staff and follow up on training needs. Mentored and coached pharmacy students during their externships.
  • Liaising with Student Health and informing doctors on funding changes. Coordinated maintenance and repair of equipment.
BAXTER HEALTHCARE COMPOUNDING PHARMACIST 01/2000 to 01/2001
  • Developed and implemented timesaving data entry techniques.
  • Checked TPNs and Cytotoxic orders and prepared worksheets for compounders.
  • Prioritised work and liaised with oncology staff on patient status before production.
  • Made final quality check before the final release of the product.
  • Interacted with clinical pharmacists, oncologists, and nurses regarding scheduling of drug production.
  • Introduced new labelling system that improved work flow and efficiency.
PRIVATE PHARMACY OWNER/OPERATOR 01/1990 to 01/1998 Reason for leaving: The country was experiencing some unrest.
CENTRAL HOSPITAL OF THE ARMY ALGIERS ARMY HOSPITAL PHARMACIST 01/1988 to 01/1990
  • After a basic military training I was appointed to this important institution in the country as staff pharmacist.
  • Accurately counselled patients on use of their prescribed medications, as well as recommended over-the-counter medications. Supervised inventories and ordering of medications for the hospital. Reviewed pharmaceutical orders before supply.
  • Trained and mentored a group of Pharmacy Technicians. Showed leadership and communications skills in a difficult environment.
Education and Training
BACHELOR: PHARMACY 1986 UNIVERSITY OF ALGIERS UNIVERSITY OF ALGIERS SCHOOL OF PHARMACY ALGIERS, ALGERIA BACHELOR IN PHARMACY - 1986 4 year full time course.
DIPLOMA: GRADUATES 2001 OTAGO UNIVERSITY, DUNEDIN, NZ OTAGO UNIVERSITY SCHOOL PHARMACY DUNEDIN, NZ DIPLOMA FOR GRADUATES - PHARMACY - 2001 1 year full time course DINGWALL PHARMACY AUCKLAND, NZ
2012 THE WHARTON SCHOOL PIC/S GUIDELINES (THE GMP CODE) - 2012 In house training THE WHARTON SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
MBA: business 2013 STANFORD UNIVERSITY AN INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT - 2013 Online Offering This course covered the content of a quarter-long MBA core course with a focus on analysing and improving business processes across a range of manufacturing and service applications. STANFORD UNIVERSITY OPENEDX
Professional Affiliations
PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF NZ AND BAYER NZ
Military Experience
ARMY 01/1988 to 01/1990 CENTRAL HOSPITAL OF THE ARMY, ALGIERS 1988 TO 1990 ARMY HOSPITAL PHARMACIST After a basic military training I was appointed to this important institution in the country as staff pharmacist. Accurately counselled patients on use of their prescribed medications, as well as recommended over-the-counter medications. Supervised inventories and ordering of medications for the hospital. Reviewed pharmaceutical orders before supply. Trained and mentored a group of Pharmacy Technicians. Showed leadership and communications skills in a difficult environment.
Skills
Pharmacy, Training, Its, Operations, Access, Employee Performance, Loss Prevention, Mentoring, Retail, Retail Marketing, Sales, Security, Staff Training, Compounding, Data Entry, Environmental Monitoring, Quality Manager, Sop, Sterile, Subject Matter Expert, Maintenance, Performance Review, Oncology, Scheduling, Work Flow, Ordering, Audit, Inventory, Marketing, Budgets, Clean Room, Managerial, Problem Solving, Process Improvements, Project Management, Sops, Statistics, Team Building, Writing Standard, Writing Standard Operating, Writing Standard Operating Procedures, Mba, Operations Management, Gmp, Pic

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Dalal Shamoon
Professional Summary
DEMONSTRATED SKILLS AND ABILITIES with Strong attention to detail. demonstrated by correctly reviewing and interpreting physician orders for proper preparation, labeling  medicines. Great problem solving skills and a focus on quality demonstrated through previous experience.  Solid teamwork skills developed through working with other pharmacists, doctors, nurses and health personnel to review, train and provide feedback on hospital procedures. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills built up through previous experience as a community pharmacist, educating inpatients and nurses on the proper use of medicines. Highly motivated, enthusiastic, preparing and dispensing medication, monitoring usage and education inpatients.
Skills
  • Retail pharmacy procedure knowledge
  • Accurate pharmaceutical calculations
  • Prescription filling training
  • Hand/finger dexterity
  • Pharmacy law knowledge
  • Qualified in institutional pharmacy
  • Prescription drug labeling
  • Prescription drug interaction assessment
  • Motivated self-starter
  • Committed to quality assurance
  • Pharmacy automation
Work History
Staff Pharmacist 01/2012 to 01/2013
Shekhar Hospital Mosul, Mosul
  • Providing customer assistance.
  • Dispensing medications by compounding, packaging, and labeling pharmaceuticals.
  • Maintaining safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
  • Complying with drug laws as regulated by the board of pharmacy and the drug enforcement administration.
  • Managed drug and supply inventories.
  • Assisted other pharmacy staff with drug inventory, purchasing, and receiving.
  • Worked closely with Pharmacy Care Representatives (PCRs) in providing excellent patient care.
  • Verified and labeled prescriptions with the 8 point check.
Hospital pharmacist 01/2013 to 08/2014
Bardarash Hospital Dohuk, Dohuk
  • Operate as part of a healthcare team and involved in preparing medications by reviewing and interpreting physician orders.
  • Dispensing medications by compounding, packaging, and labeling pharmaceuticals.
  • Detecting therapeutic incompatibilities.
  • Distribute drugs as required to other health personnel for the entire Bardarash region.
  • Auditing of all hospital drug inventories and procedures in the Bardarash region.
  • Responsible for drug database - accurately recording all incoming and outgoing drugs, removing outdated and damaged drugs from the dispensary inventory, participating in and supervising stocktake of drugs.
  • Maintaining safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
  • Complying with drug laws as regulated by the board of pharmacy and the drug enforcement administration.
  • Maintaining current registration, studying existing and new legislation, anticipating legislation, advising management on needed actions.
Community and consultant pharmacist 01/2012 to 12/2012
Shekhan Hospital Mosul, Mosul
  • Operate as part of a healthcare team and visit inpatients to review and interpret physician orders twice a day.
  • Preparing medications by compounding, packaging, and labeling pharmaceuticals.
  • Dispensing medications to inpatients and preparing written instructions for both nurses and inpatients.
  • Verbally educate inpatients and nurses on the proper use of medicines and provide any associated information.
  • Monitoring medication usage.
  • Develops hospital staff's pharmacological knowledge by participating in clinical programs; training pharmacy staff, students, interns, externs, residents, and health care professionals.
  • Protecting inpatients and technicians by adhering to infection-control protocols.
  • Maintaining pharmacological knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, participating in professional societies.
Personal Information
Licenses: , NSW Driver's License
Education
Bachelor of Science: Pharmacy Jul 2011 College of Pharmacy, University of Mosul - Mosul
Languages
English, Arabic and Assyrian

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