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Adverse Drug Effects

Adverse Drug Effects

Adverse Drug Effects

Caroline Burgess and Sarah Morse and Gillian Cavell
Caroline Burgess and Sarah Morse and Gillian Cavell
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 14 Mar 2018
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Last updated: 06 Nov 2019

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Description

Monitoring of adverse drug events (ADE), both adverse drug reactions (ADR) and medication errors, is important to ensure safe use of medicines. Organisations with responsibility for collecting information about ADE exist but rely on practitioners to report the event to them. This session aims to inform trainees about how to recognise ADE and of the need to report them to the most appropriate agency to allow national review of ADE data.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
● Describe the different types of adverse drug events (ADE)
● Recognise adverse drug events (ADE)
● List the types of reportable adverse drug events (ADE)
● Describe the systems for reporting adverse drug reactions (ADR) and medication errors and the importance of reporting
● Describe the roles of the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and the NHS Improvement in monitoring adverse drug events (ADE)
Caroline Burgess and Sarah Morse and Gillian Cavell

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Caroline Burgess and Sarah Morse and Gillian Cavell
on behalf of Health Education England

Caroline Burgess is a senior clinical pharmacist at King’s College Hospital.

Her role involves Trust-wide responsibilities for medicines information and medication safety.

Sarah Morse was a principal pharmacist at King’s College Hospital, London. She managed the Medicines Information Department there, and part of her role involved working within medication safety. She was been involved with the training of junior doctors at King’s for three years

Gillian Cavell is Deputy Director of Pharmacy, Medication Safety at King’s College Hospital in London. She has had an interest in medication safety since 1993, when she led the introduction of an anonymous medication error reporting scheme. Gillian has been involved in a number of projects to promote safe medicines use, including a pilot scheme to investigate the feasibility of anonymous error reporting in primary care. She has also worked with both the Department of Health and the National Patient Safety Agency on national medication safety issues.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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