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Pharmaconomy (Danish: farmakonomi) is the name of the main pharmaceutical discipline in the tertiary education programme of pharmaconomists offered by The Danish College of Pharmacy Practice.

The pharmaceutical studies of pharmaconomy includes human and animal anatomy, physiology, pathology, pharmacology, pharmacy practice, pharmaceutics, toxicology, clinical pharmacy, pharmacotherapy, pharmaceutical sciences, chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, biochemistry, biology, microbiology, molecular biology, genetics, cytology, medicine, veterinary medicine, zoology, diagnosis, medical prescription, pharmacy law, medical sociology, patient safety, health care, psychology, psychiatry, pedagogy, communication, information technology (IT), bioethics, medical ethics, safety, leadership, organization, logistics, economy, quality assurance (QA), sales and marketing.

The 3-year higher education of pharmaconomy corresponds to 180 ECTS points (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System).

The pharmaceutical discipline of "pharmaconomy" in other languages:

  • English: pharmaconomy
  • Danish: farmakonomi
  • German: Pharmakonomie
  • French: pharmaconomie
  • Italian: farmaconomia
  • Spanish: farmaconomía

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