Final project report DelPHE: Promoting appropriate use of medicines via clinical pharmacy

September 2, 2010

service development and evaluation

Clinical pharmacy: develop service and education

Related publication:

http://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/publi/autorenliste_en.php?PS_ID=4564

Emerging Transformation in Higher Education: http://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/publi/abstract_en.php?978-3-89958-966-5

Towards  a Shared Vision for Higher Education: http://www.upress.uni-kassel.de/publi/abstract_en.php?978-3-89958-892-7


At the 10th Asian Conference on Clinical Pharmacy, Singapore

July 9, 2010
Mr.Santoso, Head of Pharmacy Dept. Saiful Anwar Hospital at Opening Ceremony of the 10th ACCP 2010

Mr.Santoso, Head of Pharmacy Dept. Saiful Anwar Hospital at Opening Ceremony of the 10th ACCP 2010

Presenting 5 posters, delegates from Brawijaya University – Dr. Saiful Anwar Hospital Malang share their works to achieve better outcomes in pharmacy service and education.

Santoso, Dahlia and Lois, ACCP 2010 Singapore

Santoso, Dahlia and Lois, ACCP 2010 Singapore

CYTOTOXIC DRUG RECONSTITUTION OFFERED BY DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY, SAIFUL ANWAR HOSPITAL MALANG-INDONESIA, Santoso, Vina Risnawati

DEFINED DAILY DOSE (DDD) AND NUMBER OF PRESCRIPTIONS REFLECT ANTIBIOTICS CONSUMPTION AT
OBSTETRIC WARD DR. SAIFUL ANWAR HOSPITAL, MALANG, INDONESIA, Vicky Puspitasari, Helmie Bafadal, Noorhamdani

A CASE REPORT OF ISCHEMIC STROKE: ASSESSING ANTIHYPERTENSIVE MEDICATION, Efta Triastuti, Diana Lyrawati

WEIGHT GAIN IN HYPERTENSIVE HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS AT SAIFUL ANWAR GENERAL HOSPITAL, MALANG, INDONESIA WAS ASSOCIATED WITH MEDICATION REQUIRED TO CONTROL BLOOD PRESSURE, Lois Eirene Bang, Diana Lyrawati, Atma Gunawan, Nursamsu

ESTABLISHING A CLINICAL PHARMACY CURRICULUM AT BRAWIJAYA UNIVERSITY, MALANG, INDONESIA, Dahlia Permatasari, Diana Lyrawati, Bambang Sidharta

MEASURING PROFESSIONALISM AT INTERNSHIP: PHARMACY STUDENTS AT LABORATORY OF PHARMACY FACULTY OF MEDICINE BRAWIJAYA UNIVERSITY – SAIFUL ANWAR GENERAL HOSPITAL, MALANG, INDONESIA, Diana Lyrawati

The 10th ACCP 2010 program at: http://www.accp.asia/program.php 


From Eldoret, Kenya

July 2, 2010
Pictures Story of Eldoret Visit 2010

Pictures Story of Eldoret Visit 2010

A journey to Eldoret : Realizing different perspective of  “constrained resources” .

Seeing what other pharmacists done — providing quality health care in developing country settings  (i.e. other than Indonesia, I must say)– is certainly inspiring.

Salutes to Sonak Pastakia, Imran Manji, Beatrice Jakait and teams who initiate, improve and sustain the many kinds of pharmaceutical care to patients (HIV and co-morbids, diabetes, anticoagulants both in the wards and clinics) as well as education (trainings, case conferences, internships, etc.). Massive works. http://ampath.pharmacy.purdue.edu/

Also, acknowledging Dr. R Matthew Strother and Julius for tutoring chemotherapy. http://www.iukenya.org/contact.html

Back row: Imran Manji, Nahashon Kipruto, James Kamadi, Sonak Pastakia; Front row: Sabinah Atieno, Shylah Jeplagat Tanui, Reta, Ferri

Back row: Imran Manji, Nahashon Kipruto, James Kamadi, Sonak Pastakia; Front row: Sabinah Atieno, Shylah Jeplagat Tanui, Reta, Ferri

So much to catch up.


Won a Best Poster Award in the 6th Congress of Asian Society for Pediatric Research (ASPR)

April 19, 2010

 

Pharmacists at ASPR: Ferri and Siti in front of their posters

Pharmacists at ASPR: Ferri and Siti in front of their posters

Staff from Laboratory of Pharmacy-Faculty of Medicine, Brawijaya University and Department of Pharmacy-Saiful Anwar Hospital attended the 6th Congress of ASPR, Taipei (15-18 April 2010).

In this Congress, more than 500 posters were presented.  Four were contributed by our pharmacy staff. One of our posters, namely “Adherence to antiretroviral therapy and associated clinical outcomes in HIV-pediatric outpatients at Saiful Anwar Hospital, Malang, Indonesia” won a Best Poster Award. The work presented in the poster was a collaboration between pharmacists and pediatricians at Faculty of Medicine Brawijaya University and Saiful Anwar Hospital.

Ms. Reta Anggraeni Widya, as the first author of the winning poster, received the Best Poster Award Prize.

reta best poster aspr

Reta at ASPR Best Poster Award

 Evaluation of the posters was conducted according the following criteria: (1)    innovative research in pediatrics; (2)    clarity of the poster without oral explanation; (3)    potential application in pediatrics; (4)    overall contribution to pediatric research; and (5)    comparison among different specialties.


Paediatric clinical pharmacy service: some evaluations on drug usage

March 8, 2010

 

Since 2008, clinical pharmacy service is offered at Paediatric Wards of Saiful Anwar Hospital. Most of the paediatric patients are covered by health insurance for the financially poor family. With regards to such insurance scheme, evaluation of the drugs used to manage several common diseases such as diarrhea, bronchopneumoniae, HIV-AIDS and sepsis for those patients have been performed. Patients care and evaluations were conducted together by clinical pharmacists and paediatricians. Served as basis to improve our clinical services, results of such evaluation were also submitted for the 6th Congress of Asian Paediatric Research Society in Taipei- Taiwan, 2010 (http://www.2010aspr.org/).

Accepted abstracts to be presented are:

Zn and Probiotic for Paediatric Diarrhea_Siti Chasanah et al

Antibiotics Used for Paediatric Pneumoniae _Ferri Widodo et al

Paediatric Adherence to Anti Retroviral Therapy and Clinical Outcomes_Reta Anggareni Widya et al

Antibiotics for Paediatric Sepsis_ DLyrawati

see program at http://www.2010aspr.org/16.html and http://www.2010aspr.org/17.html


Continuous Professional Development for Pharmacists

December 29, 2009

As any other professionals in health care, pharmacists at Laboratory and Department of Pharmacy Faculty of Medicine-Saiful Anwar Hospital adopting life-long learning, continuously develop and up-date their knowledge and professional skills. For this semester, second half of year 2009, serial seminars for continous professional development (CPD) have been conducted routinely every Tuesday at 7-8 am. Topics covered in the seminar were mostly about drug utilization, relevant theoretical backgrounds as well as policies and practices at Saiful Anwar hospital setting. In retrospective, on average two third of the pharmacists working as academics and pharmacists practitioners were involved in CPD seminars, either as presenters and/or as participants. Contributors for CPD seminars were primarily pharmacists involved in DelPHE project (developing clinical pharmacy service: improving rational therapy the poorer patients). Talks presented in such seminar were also submitted to international conferences such as Asian Conference of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP 2009) and Asian Society for Paediatric Research (ASPR 2010).

Topik dan presensi CPD farmasis FKUB-RSSA 2009


Participation in the 9th Asian Conference Clinical Pharmacy (Seoul, 26-28 September 2009)

August 18, 2009

Pharmacists from Laboratory of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine, Brawijaya University – Department of Pharmacy Dr. Saiful Anwar Hospital participate in the 9th Asian Conference on Clinical Pharmacy in Seoul. Four pharmacists contribute 4 posters, disseminate their experiences in developing clinical pharmacy service and education in hospital setting.

ACCP9 FKUB-RSSA team pics

Among them are hospital pharmacists Ms. Reta Anggraeni Widya, Mr. Agus Sunarko  and Mr. Rudy Salam, presenting their accepted posters:

Adherence to antiretroviral therapy correlated with elevation of CD4 cell count: a study on HIV outpatient population at Dr. Saiful Anwar Hospital-Malang, Indonesia.

Adherence profile to antihypertensive medication and pre-dialysis blood pressure of ESRD patients with suboptimal intermittent hemodialysis at Dr. Saiful Anwar Hospital – Brawijaya University, Malang, Indonesia    (ACCP9_RDF poster)

Profile and effectiveness of antihypertensive medications in ESRD patients covered with different health insurance: ASKES (goverment employee) versus JAMKESMAS (financially poorer patients).    (ACCP9_ARD poster)

Assisting development of consultation skill during interns in hospital setting: an experience from Laboratory of Pharmacy Brawijaya University – Dr. Saiful Anwar Hospital-Malang, Indonesia  (ACCP9_DL poster)

ACCP9 Poster Program

In line with the theme of the Conference “For dynamic acting, for dynamic pharmacy service, and for Asian Patients”, the four posters represent the dynamic of our collaborative efforts between Brawijaya University-and School of Pharmacy University of London (DelPHE project) in improving education and patient care in Dr. Saiful Anwar Hospital, Malang.


Clinical pharmacy training Guy’s-St.Thomas Hosp

May 20, 2009

Through the DelPHE Scheme, hospital training and visit focusing on clinical pharmacy service were conducted for Indonesian pharmacists (Laboratory of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine, Brawijaya University, Malang) in Guy’s and St. Thomas Hospitals, both under National Health Service Foundation Trust, London, UK . The one-week trainings and visits were organized by Professor Felicity Smith from the School of Pharmacy, University of London in collaboration with Dr. Alice Oborne, Department of Pharmacy, Guy’s and St. Thomas Hospital. The Indonesian pharmacists team from Brawijaya University was led by Dr. Diana Lyrawati.

A training in clinical pharmacy, covering cases in the Elderly Ward (given by Alice Oborne and Debby), Respiratory Med. (Andrew), Mental Health (Carl Holvey), Surgery (Georgina Boon, Ellise, Caroline Broadbent) and Critical Care (Intensive Care Unit and Overnight Recovery-Surgery; Gavin Whelan and Alison Boley), was undertaken at St. Thomas Hospital, London. Sessions of case discussion with medical teams (clinicians, pharmacist, nurses, dietitian, student), case conference, ward and theater rounds,  and monthly seminars were included, as well as short discussion about (clinical) pharmacy education system (UK vs Indonesia).

Rudy and Vita, junior clinical pharmacists of Brawijya University and Saiful Anwar Hospital arrived at St. Thomas Hospital for a brief training.

Rudy and Vita, junior clinical pharmacists of Brawijaya University and Saiful Anwar Hospital Malang arrived at St. Thomas Hospital London for a brief training.

Mr. Carl Holvey, a pharmacist specialised in psychiatric, explained about drugs used to manage dementia.

Mr. Carl Holvey, a pharmacist specialised in psychiatric, explained about drugs used to manage dementia.

Benchmarking renal and oncology pharmacy of  Guy’s Hospital London were structured as a brief visits to wards, meeting with the renal (Hannah and Hailey) and oncology pharmacists (juniors, seniors, leaders and consultants; led by Kumud Kantilal), discussion on guidelines preparation (Xanna, Theresa) and cancer clinical trials (Chi) in oncology pharmacy followed by observing oncology pharmacy aseptic unit (Nannette). Last, peeped on Chemotherapy Day Unit and e-prescribing and drug dispensing.

Dr. Hailey Wells and Dr. Hanna Waller from Guy's Hospital London together with Rudy and Vita from Lab. of Pharmacy Brawijaya University.

Dr. Hailey Wells, the Principal Renal, Transplant and Urology pharmacist and Dr. Hanna Waller, the renal pharmacist from Guy's Hospital London together with Rudy and Vita from Lab. of Pharmacy Brawijaya University.

At Guy's Hosp Main Entrance

At Guy's Hosp Main Entrance

Pretest Psychiatric Pharmacy


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