MPharm Mariyana Eneva

Head of Hosiptal Pharmacy

Mariana Eneva graduated as a Master Pharmacist from Sofia Medical University in 2003 with distinction. In 2008, she acquired the specialty of Clinical Pharmacy and in 2018 – the specialty of Hospital Pharmacy. Antibiotic stewardship, certified pharmacist from University of Dundee, UK. In her clinical role, Mariana Eneva is responsible for providing pharmaceutical care and counselling to cancer patients, including under programs to improve quality of life and adherence to therapy. She also supports the care of inpatients on the Medical Oncology Department and young patients on the Neonatology Unit through the design and implementation of best practice e – prescribing and preparation of individual appointments. Member of the antibiotic use surveillance team at the hospital.


She has been certified by the International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) since 2013. She has been part of the team of Nadezhda Hospital ever since its founding.


Mariana Eneva, Master of Pharmacy and her team created for the first time in Bulgaria a sector for counselling and pharmaceutical care of oral chemotherapy oncology patients. The first Bulgarian software for the preparation of individual chemotherapy doses was developed with her professional expertise.


Active member of the European Society of Clinical Pharmacists. She has been actively involved in initiating changes related to the mandatory inclusion of pharmacists in clinical trial teams in Bulgaria and the inclusion of clinical pharmacists in the treatment of patients in hospitals.


She was certified by the International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) in 2013. She is a member of the National Breastfeeding Support Association and part of the team training new volunteer consultants. Her professional focus is the rational and safe use of medications and nutritional supplements during breastfeeding.

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