Adverse Drug Reactions for Pharmacists

This resource, composed of 11 clinical cases, will assess your knowledge of adverse drug reactions. The questions are specifically designed for Pharmacists. On successful completion of this resource, you'll receive one hour of CPD.

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Resource Content

Adverse drug reaction (ADR) is a term used to describe harm that can be caused by using medication at the correct dosage. An ADR can occur after a single dose or prolonged use of medication. Adverse events occur commonly and the Pharmacist is well placed to intervene and assist the patient by performing MURs.

This resource is composed of 11 clinical cases and is based on typical clinical scenarios associated with the adverse effects of common drugs.

Complete the questions, reflect on your assessment and obtain your certificate for one hour of CPD, which you can download or print off and include in your portfolio.

Aims and Objectives

On completion of this module, the user should:

  • Have an improved knowledge of the potential adverse events associated with commonly used drugs
  • Have confidence of when to refer to primary/secondary care
  • Have increased knowledge and confidence on potential ADR's when performing MUR's