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The implementation of pharmaceutical services in public

Details: Hospital pharmaceutical services. Based on the definitions proposed by Moullin et al. [] and the Pan American Health Organization [], we define hospital pharmaceutical services as the set of actions provided by a pharmacist to the patient, the outpatient population or another health professional.These actions are organized and carried out by the pharmacy service of a …

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Case studies for implementing MCDA for tender and

Details: Specifically, the pilot hospital in Indonesia is a specialty hospital (National Brain Center) and it may have different selection priorities than other hospitals in the country. Notwithstanding the limitations, we consider the publication of the preliminary learnings as important to support others in planning their implementation projects as

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Investigation of prescribing behavior at outpatient

Details: Hospital based retrospective cross-sectional study was employed to evaluate outpatient prescriptions dispensed from January 1 – December 31, 2016. A total of 2400 prescriptions (600 from each hospital) were assessed. A combination of prescription completeness and prescribing indicator forms were used to collect the data.

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New missions of a hospital pharmaceutical technology …

Details: The pharmaceutical technology unit of the Geneva University Hospitals played a significant role in the fight against COVID-19 through four different missions: (1) providing enough hydroalcoholic solution at the peak of the pandemic; (2) facing supply chain management issues; (3) adapting the workload to the crisis and, above all, (4) managing the human resources …

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Inventory management performance for laboratory

Details: "hospital management gives poor attention to pharmacy services. For instance, when we request a transportation service to pick commodities from suppliers, we most often have to wait at least for a month. Since the products are not timely collected, the vendors adjust the amount of supply usually to less than the required quantities.

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Barriers and facilitators to hospital pharmacists

Details: Hospital pharmacists play a central role in medication safety activities. However, in Ethiopia, this role has been launched recently and little is known regarding the current status of this extended service. Using the Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF), we aimed to identify the barriers and facilitators to hospital pharmacists’ engagement in medication safety activities …

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Factors contributing to medicines wastage in public …

Details: Of these, the hospital was selected purposively; and 9 health centers (two type A and seven type B health centers which vary based on their patient load and closeness to urban areas) chosen by using simple random sampling techniques to get maximum variation. Accordingly, 10 CEOs and 10 heads of pharmacy case teams (a total of 20) were

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Eliminating medicine waste in a Finnish university

Details: The hospital allocated interviewee D based on the hospital unit, a ward with relatively high medicine turnover and typical practices for inventory keeping. In the next phase we conducted interviews with a field pharmacist (interviewee E) and a nurse dealing with medicines in a ward (interviewee F), deep diving into some of the themes identified

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Assessment of WHO/INRUD core drug use indicators in …

Details: The study was conducted in the Bahawal Victoria Hospital (BVH) and the Civil Hospital of Bahawalpur district of the Punjab province of Pakistan. Ten OPDs from each of the two hospitals were included. The BVH, located in the central part of the city, is a 1600-bed tertiary care hospital with all standard medical and surgical facilities.

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Rationing for medicines by health care providers in

Details: No hospital officially regulated the rationing done by HCPs. Hospital regulations only specified additional non-Fornas medicines that can be given to BPJS patients. In some cases, pharmacy and therapeutic committees or the board of directors encouraged providers to make rationing for which the implementation was entirely handed over to each

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Predictors of prolonged length of hospital stay and in

Details: Background Data regarding prolonged length of hospital stay (PLOS) and in-hospital mortality are paramount to evaluate efficiency and quality of surgical care as well as for rational resource utilization, allocation, and administration. Thus, PLOS and in-hospital mortality have been used as a surrogate indicator of satisfactory treatment outcome and efficient …

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Assessment of patient satisfaction towards auditable

Details: Ensuring the availability and rational use of medicines is a vital component of patient care service that hospital pharmacies should provide. The hospital pharmacy services should be provided in a convenient work environment that facilitates quality workflow and guarantee satisfaction for patients and the staff [].Improved communication between pharmacy …

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The implementation of pharmaceutical services in public

Details: cies, including the new concept of Hospital Pharmacy and the implementation of Hospital Pharmaceutical Services in their second- and third-level hospitals. is greater acceptance is the main reason why this research is focused on hospitals of the MoH. Hospital Pharmaceutical Services (HPS) represent an

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Assessing knowledge, attitude, practice, and preparedness

Details: Knowledge of hospital pharmacists regarding COVID-19 is important. Hospital pharmacists are essential members of inter-professional health care teams especially during outbreaks, where they serve a vital role in infection control and in managing the medication therapies of patients hospitalized due to COVID-19 or related illnesses [28, 29].

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Pharmacy preparedness in handling COVID-19 pandemic: a

Details: This commentary shares the experience of a hospital pharmacy department in providing healthcare services during the COVID-19 outbreak in Malaysia. During this pandemic, the medication delivery system is redesigned to minimize contact among patients and the health care providers. Also, the remote medication monitoring system was implemented to deliver …

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Incidence of adverse reaction of drugs used in COVID-19

Details: Study design and population. A retrospective, observational study using electronic medical records (EMRs) from Sungai Buloh Hospital, the main referral hospital for COVID-19 in Malaysia, was conducted to include data from 1 March 2020 to 31 May 2020.

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Young hospital pharmacists’ job stress and career

Details: Currently, young hospital pharmacists face various heavy work demands, work–life conflicts, irregular work arrangements and heavy work pressure in China [1, 2].To make matters worse, coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic was a critical threat to public health in the past year or so and has not been fully controlled so far.

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Barriers and facilitators to hospital pharmacists

Details: Background: Hospital pharmacists play a central role in medication safety activities. However, in Ethiopia, this role has been launched recently and little is known regarding the current status of this extended service. Using the Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF), we aimed to identify the barriers and facilitators to hospital pharmacists’

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Pharmacists and COVID-19 Journal of Pharmaceutical

Details: The role of hospital pharmacists during this pandemic is also being overlooked by the public. Alongside ICU nurses, physicians, and respiratory therapists, hospital pharmacists contribute to COVID-19 management protocols by participating in inpatient rounds, ensuring sufficient medication supply to support ICU beds while managing critical drug shortages …

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Pharmacy services during COVID-19 pandemic: experience

Details: the exposure of sta to hospital and to minimize the clus - ter. As in the case, if any sta gets COVID-19 infected quarantine is required, thus this initiative of duty hours redesign helped to have enough backup sta to keep the functionality of the department. In addition, due to reduced hospital admissions and clinic visits [4] this

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Engagement of hospital pharmacists and technicians to

Details: Challenges exist in developing work schedules for hospital pharmacy staff due to the need to meet around the clock patient care requirements. Work–life integration and reduced burnout are increasingly important considerations in staff schedules. However, information regarding methods to systematically improve scheduling satisfaction is currently lacking.

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The Papua New Guinea medical supply system

Details: Provincial hospital pharmacies receive medical supplies from AMSs or provincial transit stores, dispense medicines to outpatients, and supply hospital wards, while rural health services receive supplies from provincial transit stores or an AMS. Figure 1 provides a schematic diagram of the PNG medical supply chain. We have used a Level

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Evaluating insulin information provided on discharge

Details: Emergency hospital readmission within 30 days of discharge is widely used as a quality indicator for the success of hospitals in helping people to recover . Hospital readmission can lead to the increased expenditure of secondary care providers and have a negative impact on patient health . The readmission of the two patients in this study for a

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Eliminating medicine waste in a Finnish university

Details: Hospital (hereafter TYKS) in the city of Turku. TYKS is the central hospital in the Hospital District of Southwest Finland (hereafter VSSHP), serving 28 municipalities in Western Finland. The hospital comprises 156 outpatient clinics and wards [14] and has a central pharmacy pro-viding services to wards and clinics. The hospital phar-

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Understanding the factors influencing healthcare providers

Details: Abstract Background Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. The nature of healthcare providers’ occupation puts them at an increased risk of getting any contagious disease, including COVID-19. They are on the front line of the COVID-19 outbreak response and as such are at risk of contracting this virus. …

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Pharmacy services during COVID-19 pandemic: experience

Details: The coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19) is rapidly spreading across the world. Pharmacy services play a vital role in public health in preventing and containing the COVID-19 pandemic. All over the world, especially in the developed countries pharmacists have responded smartly and speedily for public health, such as establishing professional protective and service …

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Assessment of prescription pattern and prescription error

Details: Bharatpur district hospital is a tertiary care governmen-tal hospital situated in the central Terai region of Nepal. It is the government referral hospital for the surround-ing district of Province number 3. The average out-patient visits per day range from 600 to 900. A retrospective, cross-sectional and quantitative survey de-

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Evaluation of drive-through pharmacy service in Queen

Details: In 2015, the drive-through pharmacy was first introduced in Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), Malaysia as one of the pharmacy value-added services. Therefore, it is imperative to review the service for further amelioration to fulfil patients’ needs and expectations. The aim of this study is to evaluate the drive-through pharmacy service in Queen Elizabeth …

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Pharmacy preparedness in handling COVID-19 pandemic: a

Details: A state hospital’s experience is a valuable learning pro-cess that helps pharmacists better prepare for handling future public health emergencies. Limited resources in the eld of digital health and a lack of experience in disaster management warrant attention of health poli-

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Case studies for implementing MCDA for tender and

Details: Implementation, Hospital pharmacy, Hospital formulary, Low‑ and middle‑income countries, LMICs. Holtorf et al. J of Pharm Policy and Pract Page 3 of 14 the experiences of core stakeholders in the two case studies relating to the implementation of MCDA-sup- ported formulary decisions in hospitals, four stakehold-

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Open Access Treatment of Clostridium dicile infection in

Details: sible to shorten hospital stay will help decrease the risk of developing CDI [2]. Similarly, appropriate treatment of CDI based on the severity of the infection will help decrease the risk of developing a recurrent CDI [2]. At Winchester District Memorial Hospital (WDMH), CDI is diagnosed by a positive stool detection of both

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Drug-related problems and associated factors in Ethiopia

Details: Subgroup analysis was done by the hospital, hospital department (Ambulatory care, Medical ward, Pediatrics ward, and surgical ward) and medical conditions (hypertension, diabetes, heart failure, epilepsy, schizophrenia, cancer and mixed (i.e., unspecified cases from medical, surgical and pediatrics ward)).

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Identification and resolution of drug-related problems

Details: The hospital is found in Mettu town of Oromia region in Southwest Ethiopia at 600 km from Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia. It serves about 2.5 million people from different regions of the country. The hospital health service covers the outpatient department, inpatient services, critical care, and emergency intervention unit.

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Understanding the factors influencing healthcare providers

Details: hospital with the following job titles: pharmacists, regis-tered nurse, and physicians who worked in the emer-gency department and intensive care unit. The selection of participants for the interviews was based on Algunmeeyn et al. Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice (2020) 13:53 Page 2 of 8

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Assessment of patient satisfaction towards auditable

Details: hospital pharmacies in all regional states and two city administrations of Ethiopia. e study population were all patients who got pharmacy service in the selected 26 selected hospitals of Ethiopia during the study period. In each hospital, 25 patients were randomly selected. Sample size and sampling technique

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New missions of a hospital pharmaceutical technology unit

Details: pharmacies or the hospital of Vaud canton; (3) having technicians back from other units and (4) calling back some retirees. e rst option was applied and one part-time collaborator worked on a 100% basis during one month. Furthermore, 11 volunteers joined the PTU, fur-nishing the equivalent of 90 days of work, essentially used

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Public and private sectors collective response to combat

Details: There are huge resources in the private sector that can be potentially used in collaboration with the public sector. Taking into the consideration that the treatment cost at a private hospital is a fully out-of-pocket expense as well as the almost full capacity of public hospital beds, discussion has been initiated between the MOH and the Association of Private …

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Mental health issues impacting pharmacists during COVID-19

Details: Hospital pharmacists directly support physicians, nurses, and other staff in managing life-saving medications for COVID-19 patients, participating in patient rounds, and engaging in infectious disease control [20, 25,26,27]. Unfortunately, pharmacists are often overlooked and are underrepresented regarding advocacy . In this editorial, we will

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National drug utilization trend of analgesics in China: an

Details: Background This research aimed to evaluate analgesic utilization in public hospitals from 2013 to 2018 by analyzing the procurement data of 793 hospitals in China. Methods This study applied a retrospective observational study by using a database of the Chinese Pharmaceutical Association. The final dataset covers 30 provinces and municipalities …

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Avoiding a Med-Wreck: a structured medication

Details: Adverse drug events (ADE) are a leading cause of injury and death within health care systems around the world [1,2,3].Many of these events occur due to poor communication when care is transferred during hospital admissions, between wards, and on discharge to the community or to a residential care facility.

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Evaluation of Ceftriaxone utilization in internal medicine

Details: Hayat hospital is a privately owned general hospital located in Bole sub-city, Addis Ababa. It is established in 1999 and has a total number of 70 beds with an average of 346 daily patient flows. Hayat medical college is an affiliate of the hospital that teaches in medicine and Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The hospital also provides medical

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Towards a symbiotic relationship between big data

Details: The digitalization of health and medicine and the growing availability of electronic health records (EHRs) has encouraged healthcare professionals and clinical researchers to adopt cutting-edge methodologies in the realms of artificial intelligence (AI) and big data analytics to exploit existing large medical databases. In Hospital and Health System pharmacies, the …

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Adequacy of alcohol-based handrub solution production

Details: Only one hospital performed H 2 O 2 raw material strength determination but none of the hospitals were determining the strength of H 2 O 2 for the ABHR solution. Other observed quality control activities include a physical inspection of the ABHR solution (7 hospitals), checking the integrity of packaging (7 hospitals), and checking the

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Pharmacists’ perceived barriers towards delivering their

Details: Participants mentioned that hospital pharmacists should also be allowed to have a greater role during this pandemic. An important point about research during the pandemic was brought up as the JPA could help pharmacy researchers requesting to run research studies on the coronavirus pandemic in obtaining quick approvals to conduct their studies

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A qualitative exploration of knowledge, attitudes and

Details: Medication safety is a major public health concern and there are well established pharmacovigilance programmes in developed countries. However, there is scarcity of literature on the issue in low and middle income countries. In this context, the current study was aimed to evaluate the knowledge, attitudes and practices of hospital pharmacists towards medication …

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