Introduction to the concept of developing pharmaceutical services from hospital pharmacy to clinical pharmacy and their evolution from product oriented pharmacy services, basic concepts of the patient-oriented pharmacy practise, the need for pharmaceutical care and medication therapy management, signs and symptoms of the patient complaints and conditions (cough, chest pains, breathlessness, pain, ‘funny turn’, important referral points), importance of the lifesytle of patients in prevention and management of diseases (hypertension, gastro-oesofageal reflux disease, contraception), adverse drug reactions and interactions (alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, herbal products), guiding principle of pharmacotherapy will be covered. Students will learn how to approach drug therapy related problems by solving case studies about above mentioned topics.