Case-study Format for Clinical Pharmacist

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Rohit Bhavsar's picture
1. Title. 2. Patient information: Demographics along with social history, life style. 3. History of present illness: Allergies, past medication history, complaints. 4. Diagnosis with Co-morbidities with time span. 5. Drugs prescribed and other medicines taking. 6. Routine evaluations: Clinical: Symptoms, Awareness level, Compliance level, Satisfaction level Pharmaceutical: Drug- Drug interaction report, Incompatability report, ADR report, Medication errors, other potential issue in medication therapy management. 7. Problems identified in patient care. 8. Care plan: Counseling or Intervention points. 9. Discharge counseling. For pharmacists doing standard case studies are not yet made. I'm trying to make a better format for clinical pharmacy practice. I hope you will contribute your valuable ideas of practical experiences to this blog

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Dixon Thomas's picture

Feed Back I hope the big area missing is the feed back taken from the patient about the experiences of patients with medications. That knowledge is the real practice knowledge. It adds to our experience too What you say

Mr. Dixon Thomas, M. Pharm, M. S., RPh Assoc. Prof., RIPER 

 

Dixon Thomas's picture

The key aspects to be evaluated include; Pharmaceutical Care Plan, Therapeutics Knowledge & Clinical Pharmacy skills. Presentation & answering skills will also be evaluated. 1. Title, Student, Guide, Institute 2. Patient information: Demographics along with social history, family history. 3. Allergies, past medical, medication & surgical history with time span. 4. Present complaints at the time of admission or consultation. 5. Abnormal lab or scan results. 6. Diagnosis with Co-morbidities. 7. Drugs prescribed and other present medicines taking. 8. Routine clinical pharmacy evaluations: Clinical: Symptoms, Awareness level, Compliance level, Satisfaction level Pharmaceutical: Drug interaction report, Incompatability report ADR report, Medication errors, Overdose, other potential issue in medication therapy management. 9. FINDINGS: Problems identified by clinical pharmacist in patient care (2-3 slides). 10. ASSESSMENT (with reference): Pharmaceutical Care plan: Counseling or Intervention points (2-3 slides). 11. RESOLUTIONS (with reference): Practically what were the clinical pharmacy services done or doing (2-3 slides). 12. MONITORING: Feed back from the patient on effectiveness or ADR of medicines with time span. 13. Find out new or unresolved problems in monitoring. Then do one more cycle of FARM, repeat if needed (2-3 slides). 14. Acknowledgment Please suggest comments

Mr. Dixon Thomas, M. Pharm, M. S., RPh Assoc. Prof., RIPER 

 

Seetharam's picture

Good evening sir, By using this type of standard procedures for the case presentation, We got more knowledge about the interventions.