Soins pharmaceutiques en officine et stage

wfarm2256  2022-2023  Bruxelles Woluwe

Soins pharmaceutiques en officine et stage
12.00 credits
15.0 h + 40.0 h
Q1 and Q2

  This learning unit is not open to incoming exchange students!

Professional integration activity

The prerequisite(s) for this Teaching Unit (Unité d’enseignement – UE) for the programmes/courses that offer this Teaching Unit are specified at the end of this sheet.
Pharmaceutical care approach applied to:
Common MNSP Requests and Complaints
Management of drug interactions: manipulation of sources and tools based on clinical vignettes
Emergency contraception, pregnancy and breast-feeding: role-playing, what to do when requesting emergency contraception, appropriate advice for pregnant and breastfeeding women
Vulnerable patients, detection and management at the pharmacy: specific support for the elderly patient (i.e. renal failure, frailty), the patient with heart failure, the patient with cancer and advice on the delivery of high-risk drugs (anticoagulants, drugs with a narrow therapeutic index)
BUM interviews (asthma, diabetes, pregnancy) including use of measuring devices commonly encountered in pharmacies: blood pressure monitor, inhalation devices, glucometer
Medico-pharmaceutical consultation experiences around clinical cases requiring communication between the two professions: deprescribing, interactions, polypharmacy.
Testing and Vaccination: Practical Training Path
Meeting with the various professional bodies: Professional unions, APB, pricing offices, insurance, Order, SSPF.
Health communication: basic concepts and practice in small groups, in front of the patient and other health professionals
Teaching methods
This teaching unit is divided into three "arms":
15 hours of theoretical lessons given in an auditorium,
40 hours of seminars,
6 month internship (24 weeks) in a pharmacy.
During the main seminars, the students are divided into small groups. Role-playing and distance learning are an integral part of the seminars. Medico-pharmaceutical consultation experiences are offered as well as direct contact with the various professional bodies.
Evaluation methods
Continuous evaluation at seminars
Written exam at the end of the year: it will focus on all the skills acquired at the end of the complete internship course. Skills relating to the resolution of clinical cases, to the pharmaceutical care process will be assessed by a closed-course written exam.
The use of sources and tools will be assessed through practical questions where the student uses a computer with access to sources of information seen during classes and seminars
Portfolio: the student completes it as his internship progresses, in collaboration with his internship supervisor. He records cases encountered during the internship and the process implemented to remedy them, the sources consulted, patient advice sheets, decision-making tools. This notebook must be in electronic format (eg: One Note) and will serve as a basis for the beginnings of his professional practice.
Internship Activity Report: This report includes attendance sheets, a mid-internship formative evaluation, and a final evaluation by the intern and internship supervisor. Meeting the deadlines for the entire Internship Activity Report is a prerequisite for taking the WFARM2256 written exam.
Mini-questions during seminars to validate acquired knowledge for the purpose of continuous assessment
Teaching materials
  • Slides mis à disposition par les enseignants Les références bibliographiques s’appuieront sur les recommandations belges et internationales en vigueur.
Faculty or entity

Programmes / formations proposant cette unité d'enseignement (UE)

Title of the programme
Learning outcomes
Master [120] in Pharmacy