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POBox 22 & 33 Isra University Mail office 11622
Tel : 4711581 - 4711830 - 4711710
Ex : 2736 / 2730
Fax : 4711505

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Jordan food and Drug administration. WWW Access:

Jordan Pharmaceutical association. WWW Access:

National Institute for health and care excellences. WWW Access:

American Association of College Pharmacy. AACP news, bulletins, and news releases. Also links to U.S. schools of pharmacy, to a world list of pharmacy schools, and to professional associations and organizations. WWW Access:

Antibiotic Guide. Antimicrobial Use Guidelines, 8th Edition, is a hypertext antibiotic guide. Search alphabetically by drug, by class, by organism, by empiric therapy by site, or by anti microbial treatment of HIV infected patient. Topics in the appendices include prevention of bacterial endo-carditis, pediatric dosing with cost per day, intra-peritoneal drug administration, surgical prophylaxis, and initial therapy for tuberculosis in the era of multi-drug resistance. WWW Access:

ChemFinder. A chemical search engine. “Enter a chemical name, CAS number, molecular formula, or molecular weight.”

Chemical Trials. “Clinical Trials Listing Service.”TM Information related to clinical trials. Includes “Patient Resources” and “Industry Professional Resources.” WWW Access:

DoseCalc Online. Online program “to assist U.S. oncology healthcare professionals in calculating individual patient doses for oncology regimes.” More than 120 standard, referenced oncology regimes. WWW Access:

Drug InfoNet. Information and links on healthcare and pharmaceutical-related topics. Official Package Inserts and Patient Package Inserts provide information on pharmaceuticals--from the pharmaceutical manufacturers--by brand or generic name. Also, has “individual disease descriptions, articles, news, and support groups and links.” WWW Access:

General Drug Resources for the Professional. More links from The Mining Co Guide for Pharmacology. WWW Access:

HealthGuide. Check out their pharmacy section.

HealthTouch. Discover drug information, a pharmacy search, a health resource directory, health information, and product information. WWW Access:

HEALTHWEB. Hot links! WWW Access:

Internet Self-Assessment in Pharmacology. Source of drug information. WWW Access:

Johns Hopkins InteliHEALTH. News, links to organizations, drugs and health information. Features quick health search and their more detailed “targeted search, which includes MEDLINE.” WWW Access:

Mayo PharmaCenter. “Daily news on diseases, treatment, drugs, diet, etc.” WWW Access:

MCW & FMLH Drug Formulary. Medical College of Medicine. Search Drug Formulary by entering a brand or generic name. WWW Access:

Online Medical & Pharmacy Journals. Links to journals. WWW Access:

Pharmacy Times. Online magazine for pharmacists. “Leads the way on pharmacy issues.” Also, supplies links to informational sources. WWW Access:

PharmWeb. Their mission is to serve the patient and the health professional. Contains information and links, including patient information on the use of drugs and medicine. The PharmSearch database and the PharmWeb discussion forum are searchable. WWW Access:

PhRMA. Find out about drugs in development, industry facts and figures, etc. WWW Access:

Poisons Information. Informational database. WWW Access:

RxList. Search by drug name. Find actions, interactions, and brands. WWW Access:

U.S. Food & Drug Administration. Drug information direct from the FDA. WWW Access:

World Wide Web Pharmaguide -


Directory of pharmaceutical companies and institutions, with information on products and services, research, industry and government.


Virtual Pharmacy - Martindale's --
Huge site with pharmacy, pharmacology, clinical pharmacology and toxicology information. Features journals, student resources and databases.

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About The Faculty

The Faculty of Pharmacy was established in 1991 with a vision to contribute to the indispensable pharmacy profession. In recent years there have been rapid changes in the pharmaceutical industry where there has been significant development of pre-packed medications and patient counseling in the field of health care systems. This has restricted the traditional role of the pharmacist to a dispenser of medicine. In autonomous health care systems like hospitals, significant changes required pharmacists to assume total responsibility of pharmaceutical needs as well as the development of pharmaceutical care plans for individual patients. Therefore, the pharmacy profession has to adopt a more patient-oriented approach so that pharmacists can expand their role as advisors for both patients and other health care professionals within the health care team.
In the past, pharmaceutical education was mainly drug-oriented concentrating on the art of compounding and detailed description of drug properties. A second phase of pharmacy education then concentrated on product formulation. This phase was associated with the introduction of physical pharmacy, pharmaceutical technology, structure-activity relationship, and drug design. Later, pharmacy education was more biologically oriented with emphasis on pharmacokinetics and drug equivalence. Therefore, topics like biopharmaceutics, pharmacokinetics, and clinical therapeutics were introduced. It was then followed by a patient-oriented phase where topics like clinical pharmacy, community pharmacy, and communication skills were introduced.
Recently, pharmaceutical education has moved further toward a more patient-centered and practice-centered approach rather than being drug-centered and product formulation-centered. We, at the faculty of pharmacy at Isra University are closely observing these dynamic changes in the pharmacy profession. Accordingly, we have modified our undergraduate curriculum several times to cope with these changes. The general features of these modifications were as follows:
First: Improving the quality of practical courses so as to play a bigger role undergraduate education with the aim to better prepare graduates to deal with the pharmacy profession.
Second: Concentrating on clinical pharmacy, therapeutics, and pharmacy practice through introducing several core courses in these areas of study.
Third: More time has been dedicated for pharmacy training in a community or a hospital pharmacy to cover major classes of drugs in terms of how to counsel patients receiving such medications.
Fourth: Introducing new elective courses which address newer trends in pharmaceutical sciences to suit the needs of our undergraduates and their prospective employers.
Vision Our vision is to become the leader in the education of pharmacy in Jordan and the Middle East.
Our mission is to produce highly skilled pharmacists capable of excelling on a professional level.
We also aspire to maintain the highest standards of pharmaceutical education, research and services.

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