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Pharmacy Practice (Internet)

versión On-line ISSN 1886-3655

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JONES, Jocelyn D. et al. Evaluation of pharmacy students´ clinical interventions on a general medicine practice experience. Pharmacy Practice (Internet) [online]. 2011, vol.9, n.1, pp.11-15. ISSN 1886-3655.

As colleges of pharmacy prepare a new generation of practitioners, it is important that during practice experiences students learn the impact of clinical interventions. For over ten years, pharmacy students have been a vital part of the multidisciplinary team at the military treatment facility. The overall impact of the student interventions on patient care has not been evaluated. To evaluate the impact, the students began documenting their clinical interventions in Medkeeper RxInterventionsTM, an online database. The program is used to document faculty and fourth year pharmacy students´ pharmaceutical interventions. Objective: The objective of this study was to analyze the interventions completed by fourth year pharmacy students during a general medicine advanced pharmacy practice experience at a military treatment facility. Methods: The students completing their general medicine advanced pharmacy practice experience at the military treatment facility are responsible for self reporting all interventions made during clinical rounds into the Medkeeper RxInterventionTM database. The researchers retrospectively collected and analyzed interventions made from June 2008 to June 2009. Results: The total number of interventions recorded by 8 fourth year pharmacy students was 114. Students averaged a number of 14.3 interventions during an eight week practice experience. Students spent an average of 5 minutes per intervention. Ninety- five percent of the interventions were accepted. Conclusion: Fourth year pharmacy students´ recommendations were accepted at a high rate by resident physicians. The high acceptance rate may have the ability to positively impact patient care.

Palabras clave : Students; Pharmacy; Education; Pharmacy; Graduate; United States.

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