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CHAPTER 1

THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

INTRODUCTION
The researchers will focused about the importance of having public health internship in
pharmacy curriculum, this program is part of the training and preparation for pharmacy
students, to assess how they devote the academic practices, continuing education, student
internship and technical consultation in faculty, students must complete this internship prior to
graduation.
These internships can vary and are based on students future interests in order to gain
experience in what field they want. Students can also expand the relationships with mentors
who can conduct their careers and serve as proponent as they move up the ranks in their
chosen field. The minimal internship hour requirements include progression in coursework and
working at least 200 hours, which translates to 48 hrs/week in the summer, for the major
internship.
The rearchers want to promote the growth of the environmental health profession,
especially for the pharmacist to be known and exposed in community and the academic
programs the fuel to growth.

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
The concept of having

HYPOTHESIS

SCOPE AND LIMITATION OF THE STUDY

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY


The study will focused on explaining the importance of having public health internship in
pharmacy curriculum, however the results of the following will be beneficial to the following:
Respondents, The respondents will know the importance and advantages of the program
and its role in the improvement of pharmacy practice in country

DEFINITION OF TERMS
INTERNSHIP-
PHARMACY-
PUBLIC HEALTH-