Post-Conference Workshop 1

PWDT: The Thought Process Towards Optimal Pharmaceutical Care

12 October 20228.00am - 5.00pm

About the Workshop

This course is designed to guide the participants on the thought process of pharmaceutical care approach using the Pharmacist Workup Drug Therapy (PWDT) document. The course will focus on the pharmacist's role in providing a broad array of care to various kinds of patients, utilising strategies to improve clinical outcomes. Participants will be offered both theoretical and hands-on approaches with case-scenarios to advance the care of patients, thus enhancing the knowledge and skills of the pharmacist in provision of pharmaceutical care. Following the course, the participants will be aware of the structured thought process of a clinical pharmacist: patient history-taking, identifying drug-related problems and pharmaceutical care issues, evaluating using evidence-based medicine and providing pharmaceutical care intervention.

The course will cover:

Theoretical Lecture

  • Introduction to clinical pharmacy and pharmaceutical care

  • Documentation in Pharmaceutical care

  • Types of Pharmaceutical Care Issues (PCI) and Drug-Related Problems (DRP)


Hands-On: Case-Study:

  • Extracting patient information from the medical records

  • Pharmacist’s assessment

  • Identifying DRP

  • Intervention and recommendation

  • Monitoring plan


Target audience:

Undergraduate students, postgraduate students, academics, pharmacists and researchers.


Speakers:

  • Prof. Dr. Syed Azhar Syed Sulaiman

  • Ms. Nur Hafzan Muhd Hanafiah

  • Dr. Nur Aizati Athirah Daud

Workshop Schedule

08:00 Participants enter Zoom meeting rooms

08:30 Lecture: Introduction to clinical pharmacy and pharmaceutical care

Speaker: Prof Dr. Syed Azhar Syed Sulaiman

09:30 Lecture: Documentation in Pharmaceutical care

Speaker: Ms. Nur Hafzan Muhd Hanafiah

10:30 Lecture: Types of Pharmaceutical Care Issues (PCI) and Drug-Related Problem (DRP)

Speaker: Dr. Nur Aizati Athirah Daud

12:30 Group assignment and briefing on hands-on

12:45 Break/Lunch

14:00 Hands-On: Case-Study

  1. Extracting patient information from the medical records

  2. Pharmacist’s assessment

  3. Identifying DRP

  4. Intervention and recommendation

  5. Monitoring plan

16:30 Reflection and workshop feedback

17:00 End