Pharmacist Comprehensive Profession Examination is examination held by the Pharmacist Professional Study Program (PPSP) as a measuring tool to evaluate pharmacist competence, especially competence in pharmacist workplaces. Pharmacist Comprehensive Examination is included in the pharmacist profession curriculum of Padjadjaran University with a weight of 1 credit. In the PPESP comprehensive examination, there is no remedial / retrial, so those who do not pass are required to register for the next semester schedule.
It is an oral exam conducted to evaluate the knowledge of pharmacy and pharmacist professionalism by involving examiners from professional practitioners. This final exam is a professional exam that aims to measure the ability of a prospective pharmacist which includes mastery of knowledge, and skills as well as managerial in the field of pharmacy, which are needed to carry out the duties and functions of pharmacists, among others in the fields of hospital pharmacy, industry, pharmacy, ethics and regulatory, governmental and other pharmaceutical issues
Students who are allowed to take the Comprehensive Pharmacist Professional Examination are students who have completed and passed courses in Semester I and have completed the Pharmacist Professional Work Practice in at least 3 of the 6 places offered, namely Pharmacy, Hospital, Industry, Government and Community Health Center and PBF.
There are 6 examiners for the pharmacist professional trial consisting of:
Academic examiners are lecturers of the Faculty of Pharmacy Unpad who meet the requirements following applicable regulations as lecturers of the Faculty of Pharmacy Unpad, namely having a pharmacist professional competency certificate. There are 2 academic examiners, each of which tests the competence of pharmacists at the Pharmacy and Hospitals (Pharmaceutical Services) and tests the competence of pharmacists in the fields of Industry and Government / Regulation. One of the academic examiners as well as the chairperson of the trial.
Practitioner examiners are practitioner lecturers who teach in the pharmacist professional class and or practitioners in the pharmacist professional work practice as a preceptor according to their field of expertise. There are 4 practitioner examiners, each of whom tests the competence of pharmacists in internship places, namely in pharmacies / PBF, hospitals, industry and government.