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Identifying the learning need for this topic......
Select one core competence:
1.organise and control the manufacturing, compounding and packaging of pharmaceutical products
2.organise the procurement, storage and distribution of pharmaceutical materials and products
3.dispense and ensure the optimal use of medicines prescribed to the patient
4.provide pharmacist initiated care to the patient and ensure the optimal use of medicine
5.provide information and education on health care and medicine
6.promote community health and provide related information and advice
7.participate in the registration of medicine and research to ensure the optimal use of medicines
8.facilitate the development of pharmaceutical personnel
9.practise pharmacy professionally and ethically
10.manage the pharmacy/pharmaceutical service
Choose one outcome related to the core competency selected above E.g core competency 5 should have an outcome 5.1, 5.2, 5, 3 or 5.4 etc
1.1. Plan the production process
1.2. Organise resources and prepare materials in accordance with process documentation (manufacturing)
1.3. Organise resources and prepare materials in accordance with process with process documentation (institutional, community)
1.4. Prepare for line-opening/line clearance (manufacturing)
1.5. Control the production of pharmaceutical products (manufacturing)
1.6. Control the production of pharmaceutical products (institutional, community)
1.7. Ensure that in-process control, quality testing and quality awareness is maintained throughout the process
1.8. Manage deviations, take corrective action and record findings
1.9. Ensure systems and procedures are adhered to
1.10. Ensure documents are completed and records maintained (manufacturing)
1.11. Control and lead the line closing/shutdown of the pharmaceutical process (manufacturing))
1.12. Lead and participate in the work team
1.13. Training of pharmacist interns and pharmacist's assistants in-training to achieve the capability in manufacturing, compounding and packaging of medicines
2.1. Organise and control the procurement and receipt of pharmaceutical materials and products
2.2. Organise and control the storage of stock
2.3. Organise and control the distribution of pharmaceutical materials and product
2.4. Lead and participate in the work team
2.5. Training of pharmacist interns and pharmacist's assistants in-training to achieve capability in the procurement, storage and distribution of medicines
3.1. Read and evaluate the prescription
3.2. Communicate with the prescriber where necessary
3.3. Obtain patient profile
3.4. Interpret the prescription
3.5. Verify prescription with patient profile to ensure the optimal use of medicines
3.6. Implement a care plan
3.7. Prepare the prescription
3.8. Provide medicine, instructions and advice on the use of the prescribed medication
3.9. Counsel patients to encourage compliance with the recommended therapy regimens
3.10. Maintain records
3.11. Monitor the drug therapy
3.12. Training of pharmacist interns and pharmacist's assistants in-training to achieve capability in dispensing and to ensure the optimal use of medicines
4.1 Determine the reason for request for service
4.2 Provide requested information
4.3 Provide and advise on the appropriate and safe use of products where requested
4.4 Elicit patient history
4.5 Refer patient to other health care professionals where appropriate
4.6 Identify patient signs and symptoms
4.7 Devise an appropriate care plan in consultation with patient
4.8 Monitor, evaluate and adjust care plan
4.9 Implement the care plan
4.10 Training pharmacist interns to provide pharmacist initiated care to the patient and ensure the optimal use of medicines
5.1 Provide information on request
5.2 Initiate and/or participate in the provision of health care education and information to the public and other health care professionals information on request
5.3 Interpret scientific information to provide basis for rational drug use
5.4 Training of the pharmacist intern in providing information and education in health care and medicine
6.1 Identify the health education needs of the community
6.2 Promote promotive and preventative health education
6.3 Initiate and participate in community health projects
6.4 Conduct screening programmes to identify health deficiencies in the community
6.5 Note and respond to epidemiological trends in the community, including reporting notifiable diseases
6.6 Participate in developing establishing and managing drug and health policies
6.7 Training the pharmacist intern in the promotion of community health and the provision of information and advice
7.1 Participate in the research and development of medicines and health care strategies
7.2 Participate in the registration of medicines
7.3 Compliance with the legal requirements relating to the registration and control of medicines.
7.4 Ensure proper record keeping or maintenance of documents
7.5 Compile and maintain a medicine registration dossier
7.7 Promotional material and activities.
7.8 Ensure quality assurance in the registration of medicine
8.2 Development/management of personnel
9.1 Work professionally in pharmacy practice
9.2 Practise pharmacy within a South African cultural framework
9.3 Comply with legal requirements and code of conduct:
9.4 Communicate effectively
10.1 Capable of managing the pharmacy /pharmaceutical service.
Note: If your core competency begins with a 5 then choose an outcome that also begins with a 5. E.g 5.2
Title of the course you have chosen
4. Critical Incident
5. Feedback from Colleagues
6. Feedback from service users (patients, doctors etc)
7. Personal interest
8. Reading journals
What triggered your need to study this topic?
Learning is related to:
Learning initiated by:
1. Top down (employer or contracting information)
2. Bottom down (users of my products and services)
3. Lateral (discussions with colleagues and peers)
Describe the learning need that you have identified to improve your knowledge and skill, and what you hope to achieve after addressing this learning need?
Describing the learning plan.....
Enter the date you started (or intend starting) this learning
1. Self Study
2. Casual reading of professional journal or magazine
3. Breakfast meetings, presentations or journal club
4. On-the-job learning
5. Review of an article/chapter in a book
Briefly describe the reasoning behind your planning selections
Record the learning activity
Select Number of CPD minutes
Describe what you have done, that is, the action taken to achieve the specific outcome.
Learning Objective Met?
Applied the learning
In my workplace
Away from my workplace
Describe using examples, how you have applied (or intend to apply) what you have learned, including any feedback on the impact of your learning and possible next step.
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