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Short course on Fundamentals of Medication Management and Patient Safety Assessment

Time: 13th and 14th March 2021

Venue:  Auditorium, College of Pharmacy – NU

The College of Pharmacy at NU has launched its first short course entitled “Fundamentals of Medication Management and Patient Safety Assessment” for fresh pharmacy graduates. The course was designed to discuss basic concepts of a wide range of topics related to medication managements and patient safety such as medication errors, communication skills and drug adherence, patient safety and risk assessment and polypharmacy.

Dr Safiya Al Shahi (MD), a pediatric critical care specialist at the Royal Hospital and a certified patient safety officer conducted a four-hour workshop and discussed all related aspects of patient safety in addition to relevant topics conducted by expert from College of Pharmacy at NU.

Dr. Majed AbuKhader, the course convener, emphasized that this course has provided a platform for fresh graduates to refresh their knowledge in medication managements and patient safety through interactive sessions and group discussions during the course.

This short course is part of community engagement initiatives to provide continuous education for pharmacists working in community or hospital settings. Participants appreciated the efforts of conducting such a course and their feedback about the course was overall positive.

This course was thankfully sponsored by Taiba Pharmacy. The Deanship of the College of Pharmacy appreciated their generous support.

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