Pharmacist patient counselling demonstration


Pharmacist patient counselling is one of the key roles of the community pharmacist. It is a one-to-one interaction where the pharmacist provides medication information and advice to the patient or their representative. The aim is to improve quality use of medicine through greater awareness of a range of factors including side effects, correct use, adherence, storage and lifestyle factors. This example of excellent pharmacy patient counselling shows a Master of Pharmacy student in a simulated counselling session. The student provides information to a patient on adherence and correct technique for asthma medication. Practice-based feedback is given by leading community pharmacist John Bell, and theoretical feedback is given by pharmacy practice academic Dr Victoria Garcia-Cardenas. This type of simulation is integrated throughout the UTS Master of Pharmacy course.


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