CE  Vol.4 No.12 A , December 2013
Cultivating of Service-Oriented Pharmaceutical Talents in China
Abstract: Health Care System Reform of Chinaputs forward new requirements for service-oriented pharmaceutical talents. Traditional mode of higher pharmaceutical education in China could not meet the social demand because of its “drug-centered” teaching system and shortage of service-oriented pharmaceutical talents. So it is urgent to transform the traditional mode and cultivate application-oriented pharmaceutical talents. This paper will give some suggestions, including establishing uniform standards for cultivating service-oriented pharmaceutical talents and transiting traditional curriculum and teaching methods. Moreover, it is feasible to establish effective linkup between professional degree and license examination.
Cite this paper: Xu, R. & Shao, M. (2013). Cultivating of Service-Oriented Pharmaceutical Talents in China. Creative Education, 4, 9-12. doi: 10.4236/ce.2013.412A1002.

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