One of the Pharmacy program mission is to continuously provide its graduates with concrete learning and training in diversified pharmaceutical aspects. It is also the RCsDP aim to provide them with updated pharmaceutical trends to challenge modern pharmaceutical advances and responsibilities and to provide an outstanding quality medical care for the society.


A. General Objective:

To graduate professional pharmacists that are able to provide outstanding pharmacy related medical care of the best quality for the society.

B. Specific Objectives:

  • To enhance their knowledge, skills and competency in the pharmacy practice.
  • To provide them an insight particularly in the major areas of pharmaceutical care.
  • To be involved in research projects that can motivate them to show their innovative ideas and develop their scientific writing abilities.
  • To awaken their interest in pursuing graduate studies and continuing medical education.
  • To excel in verbal communication and usage of visual aids by gaining skills in formal lectures and seminar presentations.
  • To maximize their views on latest programs in pharmaceutical care through community involvement.


Training Program Details

The Pharmacy Training Program is administered by the Quality Assurance General Internship Training Program Committee and requires trainees to participate in different pharmaceutical rotations for a period of 6 months, which is divided into three Rota’s in two major aspects:

  • Hospital Training
  • Didactic Activities

A. Hospital Training (Four months)

The hospital training is four months in duration. The training will be spent at the Central pharmacy of a chosen hospital. The training will be monitored by the Internship  Program Coordinator for Pharmacy Trainees during their four months of hospital training to evaluate their training outcome and to establish continuous connection between the trainees and their institutions.

The Hospital training will consist majorly of five main sections, as follows:

  • Dispensing “inpatients & out-patient pharmacy”
  • Unit Dose Drug Distribution
  • Narcotics Management and Dispensing
  • IV / TPN Section
  • Material Management


  • In-Patient Pharmacy
  • Out-Patient Pharmacy

At the completion of this area of training, the trainee would have acquired knowledge in:

  • Reading prescriptions and understanding the abbreviations.
  • Arrangement of drug in the pharmacy.
  • Using appropriate methods to count the required quantities e.g. electronic counters.
  • Choosing the appropriate containers to pack prepared doses.
  • Finding the required medicine by following the arrangement in the pharmacy.
  • Filling the prescription and labeling it properly.
  • Receiving hospitalized patient’s prescription orders.
  • Preparing and filling daily carts & individual orders
  • Properly recording drugs (inventory control).
  • Following procedures for ordering medication from store.
  • Maintaining quality control and checking for expiration dates of drugs.

Unit Dose Drug Distribution

At the completion of this area of training, the student would have acquired knowledge in:

  • Reviewing physician medication orders under direct supervision of senior pharmacist.
  • Inputting physician medication order into pharmacy computer system or patient profile record.
  • Filling and labeling of prescription orders, which should also be rechecked by a senior pharmacist.
  • Filling unit dose medication cassette according to computer report or patient profile.
  • Communication with pharmacists, nurses and other hospital staff for any enquires needed.

Narcotics and Drug Poison and Information Center

At the completion of this area of training, the student would have acquired knowledge in:


  • Know narcotic classification
  • Know Ministry Of Health narcotic regulations
  • Register narcotic prescriptions
  • Dispense narcotics
  • Understand narcotic inventory control
  • Understand stock inspection
  • Check floor stock
  • Write narcotic annual or quarterly report
  • Maintain stock
  • Knowledge and discussion about the skill

Drug Poison & Information Center (DPIC):

  • Role and function of DPIC in serving hospitals and community needs.
  • How the DPIC procedure works.
  • Using and utilizing computerized facilities (Drugdex, Poisondex, Medline…etc.)
  • Receiving questioners and answering them.

Intravenous/Total Parenteral Nutrition Section (IV/TPN)

At the completion of this area of training, the student would have acquired knowledge in:

  • Receiving orders and calculation of drug concentration
  • Applying the IV/TPN room regulations (cleanness, clothes).
  • Preparing orders and labeling them.
  • Knowing and applying Laminar Flow Hood regulations.
  • Sending orders to floor, nurse stations, or patient room.
  • Understanding the basic concepts of TPN calculations, preparation, and storage.
  • Calculating and preparing TPN preparations (manual or automated).
  • Quality control, which includes the drugs shelf availability, and the drugs expiration dates…. etc. and other quality control procedures utilized in the IV/TPN pharmacy section.

Material Management

At the completion of this area of training, the student would have acquired knowledge in:

  • Maintaining proper storage conditions, generally and specifically.
  • Understanding the different methods of arrangement.
  • Requesting and receive pharmaceuticals and non- pharmaceuticals according to the description of the stock list.
  • Storing receives items in the correct location arranged according to expiry date.
  • Preparing requested medicine orders from pharmacy.
  • Isolating expired items.
  • The procedure for ordering medication from medical supply.

B. Didactic Activities (Two months)

After the four months hospital training outside the RCsDP, the trainees are also required to participate in community projects as well as attend Advance Education Seminar, Journal Club Activity, Research and Community Project preparation session in RCsDP.

At the completion of this part, the trainee would have acquired knowledge in:

Communication Skill

  • Communication with Pharmacist of the same career
  • Communication with patients and their relatives
  • Communication with Medical staff including Physicians and Nurses
  • Communication with other concerned professionals

Industrial Animation Training & Problem Solving

  • Pilot plant
  • Quality Control(QC)
  • Quality Assurance (QA)
  • Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
  • Good Laboratory Practice (GLP)
  • ICH Guideline for stability

Research Methodology

  • Using and utilizing computerized systems (Drugdex, Poisondex, Medline…etc).
  • Receiving questioners, answering them, documentation. Searching and retrieving journals, articles, reading them, and analyzing them.
  • Know about Pharmaceutical references.
  • Know about computer system and drug information software.
  • Learn how to retrieve drug information from internet
  • Learn how to retrieve requests.
  • Advanced education seminars
  • Completion and presentation of selected research projects.

Career Orientation and Proficiency Curriculum Vitae Presentation

  • To orient the pharmacy trainees with different career opportunities in the pharmaceutical field.
  • How to select the right career according to age, income and market competition.
  • How to write professional curriculum vitae that easily shows the applicant capability for a particular job.

Participation in Community Service Project

Trainees are required to be involved as groups in a planned project that serve and educate their community about e.g.

  • How to administer drug
  • How to avoid infection
  • How to act in case of emergency
  • How to do some simple tests at home to recognize some diseases
  • To warn them against pollution, drug-drug and drug-food interactions, etc.

General Rules and Regulations

A. Admission to the Program

The program is open for all students who completed the entire pharmacy Bsc. Courses, with a fee of 30,000 Saudi Riyals.

B. Duration and Continuity of Training

  • The internship program is for six months (6) consisting of three (3) rotations. The specified period of training shall be on a continuous and uninterrupted basis.
  • A maximum of accumulated thirty (15) days official leave of absence (Emergency leave, Sick leave, Educational leave, Maternity Leave and other types of leave) are allowed during the entire training period.
  • Only a maximum of (5 ) days Emergency or Educational Leave days can be filed in a month.
  • Only a maximum of (3) days compassionate leave can be filed in case of death of an immediate family member. Copy of Death certificate must be provided within (5) days of filing.

Online Filing of Leave Guidelines

  • Emergency leave needs to be filed at least 24 hours before duty.
  • Sick leave to be filed at least 3 hours before the duty and the medical certificate/report should be provided within 2 days of the last day of leave.
  • Female intern’s maternity leave to be filed within the time frame of her duty and the medical certificate/report should be provided within 2 days from the last day of leave.
  • Educational leave to be filed at least 24 hours before duty and the Certificate of Attendance should be provided within 2 days from the last day of leave.
  • All leave including those in outside rotation must be filed after accomplishing the Leave Request Form Online and be approved to be considered official.
  • Early leave (permit to leave premises during working hours) needs to be filed at least 24 hours before duty. Interns with only half session (3 hours duty) in a day cannot file for an early leave request. Interns are only allowed to accumulate a maximum of 18 hours in the entire training period with a maximum of (3) hours per applied leave.
  • Any duty which will fall on Sunday, the 24 hours before duty is not referring to Saturday but rather on a Thursday which is the last day of the week.

C. Symposia and Scientific Meetings

  • Each trainees may apply to attend an international or a national pharmaceutical symposium once only during the internship training period. The time spent in such symposium need not be replaced at the end of the program, provided that the candidate can present a certificate of attendance.
  • All applications for any meeting must be approved by the ITPC Chairman a month in advance.
  • A maximum of one week may be given to those who may wish to attend an international meeting while the local meetings will be based on the number of days applied.
  • Candidate who shows the interest in presenting an accepted scientific paper will have the privilege to attend more than one meeting.

D. Other Vital Components

  • AttendancePunctuality is mandatory and the daily attendance will be monitored closely. Trainees should abide the official working hours in addition to the rules and regulations required by each training institution they are attending.
  • Clinic AttireTrainees are requested to take the recommendation regarding the prescribed clinical dress at working hours seriously in each training institution. Interns are obliged to use the proper identification badge. Blue jeans and casual dress are not allowed in clinical premises.
  • Professional EthicsTrainees are expected to maintain respect and confidence of patients through sincere and honest relationship. Patient’s cultural practice and individual differences must be respected. Courtesy, cooperation and harmonious interpersonal relationship must be highly observed among all clinical staff to promote a wholesome working atmosphere in the pharmacy of the hospital.
  • DisciplineIn case of unapproved absence, negligence, misconduct, incompetence, insubordination or any other act that the interns’ superior deem unacceptable, an Intern shall be dully reported to the Interns’ Training Program Committee for disciplinary action. Depending on the seriousness of the offense and upon the recommendation of the Quality Assurance General Internship Training Program Committee, a disciplinary action may be one of the following:
    • Probation, verbal and written warnings
    • Suspension
    • Extension of Training
    • Repeating a rotation
  • EvaluationIn order to monitor the trainees’ performance, training supervisors send their evaluation of the trainees’ performance at the end of each rotation (see Appendices). By the end of the program, the trainees’ performance should be evaluated and assessed by the Quality Assurance General Internship Training Program Committee.
  • GraduationAt the end of the (6) six months training program, trainees will be awarded a certificate of completion of the training, provided that they fulfilled the requirements of the program.

Administration of the Program

  • Quality Assurance General Internship Training Program Committee (QAGITPC)During the entire period of the training, all trainees are under the administration of the Quality Assurance General Internship Training Program Committee. Members of the committee hold regular meetings to discuss the progress of the program and other issues pertaining to the Trainees. The Quality Assurance General Internship Training Program Committee is appointed by the Rector as follows:
    • Chairman
    • Internship Training Program Coordinators
    • Intern Clinic Director
    • Intern Research Director
    • Intern Research Assistant Director
    • Intern Community Director
    • Intern Seminar Director
    • Continuing Education and Post-Internship Preparation Director
    • Intern Outside Rotation Director
    • Quality Assurance Internship Training Program Office Director
    • Chief Auxiliary Services
  • TraineesTrainees shall work on a full time basis during the entire period of their internship program. They shall execute all pharmacy training procedures as indicated in the program. Trainees are expected to observe all rules and regulations defined in this manual. They are required to submit a topic for the trainees’ research and advanced education seminar.
  • FacultyThe faculty has a big role in the successful administration of the program by providing support thru supervision in the clinics as well as in the research projects.Role of the Faculty Research Supervisor
    • Assist the interns in selecting research topics.
    • Assists the intern in all their preparations for their research.
    • Checks adequacy of the literature review.
    • Supervises the intern in all stages of the research projects including data collection, analysis and writing of the paper to ensure that the research paper is completed and submitted at least two weeks prior to the scheduled presentation date.
    • Provides moral support to the intern during his/her presentation by being physically present and by providing assistance in clarifying questions or issues which may be raised during the open forum.
    • Updates the QAGITPC Intern Research Director or the Intern Research Assistant Director with the progress of the intern research project.
    • Accomplishes the evaluation form promptly at the end of the intern’s presentation.
  • Responsibilities of Quality Assurance General Internship Training Program Committee (QAGITPC)
    • Role of Intern Training Program Committee Chairman
      • Monitors the overall process of the training program and prepares the needed internal communications.
      • Is responsible for calling meetings to discuss significant developments and other relevant activities.
    • Role of Imternship Training Program Coordinators
      • Supervise the implementation of the internship training program.
      • Responsible for reporting achievements and difficulties met in the program and make the necessary follow up thru proper monitoring.
      • Responsible for gathering all the data pertaining to intern’s attendance, attitude, performance, productivity reports and evaluation within and outside the Institutions.
      • Act as a liaison among the faculty members, supervisors and the rest of the members of the Quality Assurance General Internship Training Program Committee.
    • Role of Intern Research Director
      • Directs the overall activities related to the Intern Research Projects.
      • Responsible for the orientation of interns regarding the official format and guidelines to be followed in research projects.
      • Responsible for overseeing interns research presentations.
      • Responsible for evaluating the Interns Research Project Presentations.
      • Responsible for motivating the interns to submit their research projects for future publications.
      • Responsible for monitoring the intern and research supervisors’ progress in the research preparation.
      • Responsible for submitting a bi-monthly progress report of the research activities to the Interns Quality Assurance Office thru the Research Centre Office.
    • Role of Intern Community Director
      • Responsible for the Orientation of Interns regarding their Community Projects.
      • Responsible for acquainting the interns with the overall guidelines in community projects preparation.
      • Responsible for all Interns Community Projects Preparation.
      • Responsible for Guiding Interns in accomplishing Official Reports of their Community Projects.
      • Responsible for submitting summary reports of all community projects to the Interns Quality Assurance Office.
    • Role of Intern Seminar Director
      • Responsible for organizing the Advance Education Seminars including the Treatment Planning Sessions.
      • Responsible for guiding the interns regarding the topics selection.
      • Responsible for inviting the supervisors in charge of guiding the interns in their seminars.
      • Responsible for assigning facilitators and panel of interns who will provide questions to the presenters for each session.
      • Responsible for reviewing the CD of the presentation prior to the actual date and advising the interns to provide hard copies to the attendees to promote active participation.
      • Responsible for the Scheduling Arrangements of Interns thru the assistance of the Chief Auxiliary Staff.
      • Responsible for attending these seminars and instill discipline in the attendance and behavior of interns in didactic activities.
      • Responsible for providing weekly and monthly report regarding the details of each presentation (topic and date) and the interns evaluation for submission to the Quality Assurance Internship Training Program Office thru the assistance of the Chief Auxiliary Staff.
      • Responsible for providing weekly and monthly report of attendance and behavior of Interns in Didactic Activities to the Quality Assurance Internship Training Program Office thru the assistance of the Chief Auxiliary Staff.
    • Role of Continuing Education and Post-Internship Preparation Director
      • Responsible for running activities preparation to Saudi Health Board Exam and American National Board Examinations.
      • Responsible for organizing conferences and symposium activities.
    • Role of Intern Outside Rotation Director
      • Responsible for the overall coordination with the outside training institutions regarding intern’s performance, attendance, evaluation and other concerns.
      • Responsible for visiting the interns in their respective outside training institutions to monitor their activities and progress.
      • Responsible for submitting Monthly Progress report of all interns in outside rotation.
      • Responsible for the Preparation of the Interns Annual Rotation Summary Report and its regular updating.
      • Responsible for the up to date submission of Evaluation Reports of interns on outside rotation.
      • Responsible for coordinating with the Quality Assurance Internship Training Program Office regarding the necessary documents needed by the interns in other training institutions.
    • Role of Quality Assurance Internship Training Program Office Director
      • Responsible for the Quality Assurance of the Internship Programs.
      • Responsible for receiving all the reports from the different members of the QAGITPC and organizing them in an acceptable format matching the standard of National Commission for Academic Assessment and Accreditation (NCAAA) to be presented to the Chairman of QAGITPC for the necessary actions to be undertaken and to be implemented thru Quality Assurance Internship Training Program Office.
      • Responsible for preparing the agenda of the bi-monthly meeting of the QAGITPC after counseling from its Chairman.
      • Responsible for monitoring reports and answering the e-mails from [email protected] mails after direct consultation with the Chairman of the QAGITPC.
      • Responsible for coordinating with the Chief Auxiliary Services at each campus to organize the initial draft of the yearly interns training clinical schedule for all the six (6) ROTAs and get final approval from the Chairman of the QAGITPC prior to its release.
      • Responsible for coordinating the reports and the items which must be discussed each rota and to inform the Chairman of QAGITPC for any deviation from the original intern plan.
      • Responsible for the software management of intern training program which is now under development.

Training Requirement

  • The trainee must present a Certificate of Completion of (4) months Hospital Training including hospital evaluation based on the following criteria:
    • Attendance and Productivity
    • Attitude
    • Performance in
      • Dispensing
      • Unit Dose Drug Distribution
      • Narcotics/ Drug Poison and Information Center
      • Intravenous / Total Parental Nutrition
      • Material Management
  • The trainee must pass the evaluation as presenters in the Advance Education Seminar, Journal Club Presentation.
  • The trainee must participate in (2) Community projects which are classified into:
    • Field Group Community Project
    • Video by Group with duration of 3-4 minutes
  • The trainee must participate in a research project and to pass the evaluation as presenter.

Didactic Part of the Program

  • Research PresentationEach trainee is requested to work in a group with other colleagues in preparing and presenting a scientific research project. The research topic is usually selected by the intern and carried out under the supervision of a faculty supervisor. Selection of the topic is usually done at the beginning of the internship. This is mainly to give him/her the chance in picking up the right topic and to find the interested faculty supervisor who may offer his/her help and guidance in the completion of the project during the training program.In order to for the trainee to excel in research methods and the style of scientific writing, one course in level 8 was given to pharmacy students for orientation.Objectives
    • To cultivate the ability of the trainee in designing and writing a scientific article.
    • To encourage and acquaint the trainee to do literature research and use the available database for this purpose.

    Guidelines for Interns’ Research Manuscript

    The research report should be submitted to the ITPC Chairman at least two weeks before the scheduled day of presentation. The manuscript should be prepared in English language in a type written format. The manuscript should include the title, author(s), and their affiliations, abstract, body of the main work acknowledgement and references. The title must be concise, informative and representative of the study. A summary or an abstract written in Arabic and English languages must appear in the first page. It should state the purpose of the study, basic procedures, main findings and the principal conclusions.

    The introduction states clearly the value and scientific merit of the research with relevant literature review for which the study is based. It should cover the related articles from the different published international journals that could be obtained from any available database. At the end of the section, a precise statement for which the research is aimed to is to be addressed in order to draw the connected relation between the conclusions and objectives.

    The section of materials and methods should briefly describe the subjects utilized in the study and the methodology employed in the selection and analysis. The main results should always come next to materials and methods and include the findings of the study presented in text and numerical format with the appropriate statistical references. Simplified tables and/or figures and relative illustrations are to be attached but with no repetition. All figures, tables and illustrations are to be identified clearly with brief and conclusive captions. There should be a useful detailed discussion of the significance of the result in other observations related to the study. Methods by which subjects were assessed and the success of experiments should be judge. In the section of conclusion, only those findings supported by data are presented. This is followed by a short statement on the recommendation for further study if this is applicable. All references which have been cited or referred to in the study should be listed in the section of references or bibliography. A format of a particular journal may be consulted such as the Saudi Dental Journal’s style. By the end of manuscript, the author(s) is/are expected to acknowledge all persons who may have generously offered their scientific or technical assistance during the course and preparation of the research.

    Other Rules and Guidelines

    • An interns or trainees project will not be considered as requirement if he or she has shown any of the following as reported by his or her supervisor and affirmed by the project director:
      • Minimal Involvement
      • Lack of Cooperation
      • Misdemeanor
      • Punctuality Issues
    • The intern / trainee showing any of the above except item no. 4 will be required to have or join another project.
    • Any intern / trainee who failed to show up or arrived late in a research presentation will be allowed to be scheduled for presentation of the same project as long as he/she is reported officially by his/her supervisor to have a maximum involvement in the research project.
  • Advanced Education SeminarThese include selected presentations given by trainees, faculty members of the Colleges or invited speakers covering new advances in a wide range of pharmacy topics. The presentation needed by the trainee is by powerpoint and handouts as literature review.Objectives
    • To expose the trainees to current concepts in pharmacy in order to upgrade their skills and widened their knowledge on certain topics.
    • To improve their verbal communication skills and enhance their mastery in the usage of audio visual aids through formal lectures and seminar presentations.

    Rules and Guidelines

    • The list of the topics will be made available to the trainees by the beginning of each rotation.
    • The trainees’ presentation of an advanced topic will be evaluated as a requirement in the internship training program.
    • Any cancellation of scheduled presentation can only be approved based on the following guidelines:
      • If another intern is willing to interchange his/her schedule with another intern
      • Due to any justifiable or valid reason
    • All unapproved cancellation will subject the intern to disciplinary measure.
      • Journal Club Preparation and Presentation

    Each intern/trainee will be grouped according to an assigned journal. Each assigned journal will comprise of minimum of (3) members wherein the group leader will be nominated at the beginning of the rota.


    • To give chance for the interns/trainees at RCDP to be updated and exposed to the current literature in a selected non-specialty journal
    • To select journals at international level
    • To gain knowledge from the different publications of journals

Responsibilities of the Journal Club Group Leader

  • To coordinate the activity every week with his/her colleagues
  • To distribute the job and give assignments to meet the goals and commitments of the group
  • Responsible to instruct his/her members to provide copies of the articles they read to all interns by electronic communication and cc to, [email protected].
  • Be sure to meet the standard required duration not exceeding (10) minutes presentation followed by (10) minutes discussion.
  • Do subscriptions under his/her name to have the copyright which is valuable and advantageous.

Responsibilities of the Journal Club Group Member

  • To cooperate with the group leader regarding his/her assignments
  • To provide copies of the articles they read to all interns/trainees by electronic communication and cc to [email protected].
  • To present an article they read by PowerPoint not exceeding (10) minutes followed by (10) minutes discussion.
  • To evaluate the article they presented from the highest rating of (5) to the lowest rating of (0).

Guidelines on Journal Preparation and Presentation

  • Open the website of the journal assigned to you.
  • The Group leader must assign his/her members to collect the following information:
  • Complete name of journal
  • Aims and scope
  • Name of Publisher or Publishing Company
  • Name of Editorial Board
  • Author Background
  • Country where it is published (Origin of publication)
  • Date of first publication
  • Number of Journals published since they started
  • Advertising information (policy, orders including subscription price, inquiries and contact nos.)
  • ISBN or ISS no.
  • Frequency of Publication
  • The leader must subscribe to the journal assigned to his/her group and to arrange with his/her members with regards to the payment for the journal subscription.
  • The 1st presentation by the group leader by PowerPoint will only be the introduction of the assigned journal where the duration will be maximum of (10) minutes.
  • The succeeding presentation from the group members will cover the current issue of the journal Publication (case presentation, literature review, original research,letter for editor and others).
  • Community Session and ParticipationRules and Regulation
    • Number of ProjectsThe total requirements for Dentistry / Dental Hygiene, Nursing and Clinical Laboratory Sciences Interns will be as follows:
      • (1) Field Group Community Project
        Master video consisting of an introduction that can motivate the participants to listen and an outline of the presentation.
      • One video for every member (Author) with a duration of 1-2 minutes
        (1) Video by Group with duration of 3-4 minutes (Topic to be provided by the Faculty Ambassador) or another (1) Field Group Community Project

      The total requirements for Pharmacy Trainees will be as follows:

      • (1) Field Group Community Project
        Master video consisting of an introduction that can motivate the participants to listen and an outline of the presentation.
      • One video for every member (Author) with a duration of 1-2 minutes
        (1) Video by Group with duration of 3-4 minutes (Topic to be provided by the Faculty Ambassador)
    • Details on E-Videos
      • All videos recommended will be reviewed by the member of the community project committee regarding quality, craftsmanship and if they uphold the country’s culture and tradition. A mark of 75% and above will qualify a video for uploading in the YouTube linked to the College website.
    • Target Population – School Children from primary to intermediate level
      Other target participants will be subjected to the discretion of the King Salman Center for Children Health.
    • Target Site – Schools in Riyadh Region
      Other target sites will be subjected to the discretion of the King Salman Center for Children Health.
    • Target Date (1st Academic Year)
      • Selection and Planning
        Whole Month of September
      • Preparation
        Whole Month of October
      • Submission of Community Videos in CD Format
        For School Community Projects – (1) Week before the date of School Community Project
        For E-Video Community Projects – End of December
      • Implementation
        1st of November to end of December
      • Assessment and Evaluation
        1st Week of January

      Target Date (2nd Academic Year)

      • Selection and Planning
        Whole Month of February
      • Preparation
        Whole Month of March
      • Submission of Community Videos in CD Format
        For School Community Projects – (1) Week before the date of School Community Project
        For E-Video Community Projects – End of May
      • Implementation
        1st of April to end of May
      • Assessment and Evaluation
        1st Week of June
    • Assessment and Evaluation of Field Community ProjectsOfficial questionnaires will be used to gauge the knowledge of the population on certain topics before and after the community service.The total evaluation will be based on the result of the above survey (Impact), Concept and Organization, Professionalism, Creativity, Presentation, Documentation and Community Project Report.