Interprofessional collaboration between prescribers and pharmacists: The purpose of this assignment is to interview a pharmacist to learn more about interprofessional collaboration between prescribers and pharmacists. If possible, volunteer to shadow the pharmacist. Discuss the following in your interview:
Common reasons pharmacists call providers to clarify orders.
What is on a proper prescription.
Common omissions on prescriptions they receive.
Medication errors pharmacists encounter.
The prior authorization (PAR) process and common par medications.
Write a 500-1,000 word paper summarizing your experience and what you learned from the pharmacist you interviewed. Reflect on how this information will help your prescription writing. Discuss inter collaboration between pharmacists and prescribers.
You are required to cite three to five sources related to inter collaboration to complete this assignment. Sources must be published within the last 5 years and appropriate for the assignment criteria and nursing content.
To measure the effect of a collaborative intervention on the frequency, rate, nature, duration and initiator of telephone communication. Method: The intervention involved a medication review training programme for community pharmacists (n=38) from 17 pharmacies and three face-to-face meetings between GPs (n=12) and pharmacists to discuss reviews (n=120). The impact on telephone communication was measured using self-report and actual data (audiotaped contacts).
A multiple baseline time-lagged control design was used. Pharmacists recorded contacts with consenting GPs (n=61) on audio-tape and self-reported contacts with other GPs. Setting: Sutherland Division of General Practice, Sydney, Australia. Key Findings: 111,376 prescription items were dispensed over the study period of 160 weeks.
There were 188 interprofessional contacts (125 self-reported and 63 audio-taped). Although there appeared to be an overall trend toward an increased frequency of contact post-test (3.6 to 5.6 contacts per four weeks) a statistically significant difference was not detected. The proportion of pre-test contacts relating to clinical issues was 46% (18/39) and post-test was 66% (21/32) (p=0.10). Pharmacists initiated 25 of 31 contacts pre-test (81%) and 20 of 27 calls post-test (74%).
The mean duration of pre-test calls was 73 seconds (sd=46) and post-test was 69 seconds (sd=51). Conclusion: Australian pharmacists and GPs do communicate via telephone to discuss a range of clinical and administrative issues, however the extent of communication is limited.
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