This course will review the Good Pharmacy Practices (GPP) necessary to be adopted by Community and Hospital Pharmacy in order to comply with the Good Pharmacy Practices defined in the WHO...
This course will review the Good Pharmacy Practices (GPP) necessary to be adopted by Community and Hospital Pharmacy in order to comply with the Good Pharmacy Practices defined in the WHO guidelines on standards for quality of Pharmacy services.
This course will outline the Practices required to be adopted in community and hospital settings and will describe the changes that will be required to comply with the FIP/WHO Guidelines detailing the applied science &technology and pharmaceutical policy which have been specified in the following World Health Assembly resolutions;
- Assuring Accessibility of essential medicines; with reference to; Storage, Procurement Preparation of Extemporaneous medicines. Distribution Administer dispense and dispose of Medicines. With reference to WHA54.11 (Access to essential Medicines and Technical innovation) and WHA55.14 (Ensuring accessibility of essential medicines),
- Medicines Management/ Medicines Optimization/ Patient counselling and WHA60.16 (Rational use of medicines) and WHO Annex 6 Evidence-based pharmacy and the Quality assurance of Pharmaceutical care services WHO Guideline annex 10
- Maintain and improve Professional Performance with reference to ways and means of Meeting patients’ needs and Chronic patient care (WHO Annex 8), WHA55.18 (Quality of care: patient safety) and maintaining continued professional Development by CCE/CPD,
- Contribute to improve effectiveness of the HealthCare system and Public health with reference to WHA57.16 (Health promotion) and WHA54.13 (Strengthening health systems in developing countries)
To qualify for a certificate of competence the following courses must also be satisfactorily completed.