Submit ASE-C-POP (Patient Assessment)

Task Instruction Document.Submit ASE-C-POP (Patient Assessment). Complete the template provided Using a 2 Page word document only   Margins must be kept at the set size within template providedTimes New Roman Font in MS Word documentNo smaller than 11-point font sizeMay resize the individual sections, e.g. if ou require more space for the therapeutic plan, that cell can be made larger- as long as the ENTIRE chart fits on two A4 pages (this doe NOT include the references)Vancouver Referencing used
Assessment name: Patient Assessment
What you need to submit: 
Learning Outcomes assessed:Source up-to-date Pharmacotherapeutics and clinical knowledge from key evidence-based resources below.   Demonstrate an understanding of the need for safe, effective, appropriate and judicious use of medicines to promote Quality use of Medicines (QUM) as an individual health practitioner, and in the multi-professional health care team context.  
Task description:Select Case Study 2 patient female (provided). Research and identify any actual and potential medication issues and create a plan to solve these issues using the ASE-C-POP framework.
Read this information carefully.Only Australian Approved sites and systems to be used. No reference to American information such as FDA. In Australia we have Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). The recommended reference areas are where information is to come from.  
LengthResearch and identify any actual/ potential medication issues and create a plan to solve these issues using the ASE-C-POP framework
Presentation Requirements.Submit ASE-C-POP (Patient Assessment). Complete the template provided Using a 2 Page word document only  
Reference Recommendations.  Only Australian Approved sites and systems to be used. No reference to American information for example FDA, in Australia we have Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).   Recommend References Therapeutic Guidelines http://www.tg.org.au/ This evidence-based tertiary e-resource is one of your key medicines information resources to guide Australian therapeutic decision making. To master this resource, we strongly recommend you view the 8 minute Video Tutorial on the e-TG main page.   Recommend Reference Australian Medicines Handbook (AMH); AMH Aged Care & AMH Children’s Dosage Companions https://shop.amh.net.au/ This will be your second evidence-based tertiary resource to guide therapeutic decision making in Australia. It is the Australian national formulary handbook – a clinical handbook encompassing the majority of prescribed medicines in Australia. Preferentially use the first link ( AMH via AMH website ) – not the Clinical Key e-link.   Recommend Reference 3.    NPS MedicineWise – Australian website https://www.nps.org.au/   We provide guidance and direction on the safe and wise use of medicines and health technologies so that people stay healthier and the cost of care remains affordable. We connect and deliver meaningful information for health consumers, health professionals, government, research and other businesses to enable the best decisions about medicines, health technologies and other health choices for better health and economic outcomes. Meaningful, evidence-based information is transformed into behavior change services, digital health and data insights and knowledge transfer products.         Recommend Reference 4.    Complementary Medicines Resources: Natural Medicines Database https://trchealthcare.com/natural-medicines/ Natural Medicines Database is the most comprehensive Complementary Medicines (CMs) resource worldwide. It has extensive efficacy and safety information, as well as Drug Interaction Checkers and many, many more features, including Therapeutic Drug Monographs. Recommend Reference 5.    MIMS via MIMS Online https://www.mims.com.au/ MIMS Online offers detailed Product Information for all prescription medicines and most over-the-counter (OTC) medicines registered by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) in Australia. MIMS can be used to search for active ingredients or brand names of medicines. MIMS does not offer clinical therapeutic decision making like eTG and AMH. Another version, called e-MIMS, may be available in your workplace -check with your pharmacist. Like AusDI, it also offers a multi-drug interaction checker programme, especially important with polypharmacy and safe prescribing/ therapeutic decision-making. NB: The Pharmacy Guild hosts Product Information (PI) and Consumer Medicines Information (CMI) on the  www.medicines.org.au website. This can be useful if you are unable to access MIMS via work or QUT. Likewise, the TGA offers PI and CMI online:http://www.tga.gov.au/hp/information-medicines-pi.htm#.U4xPAipArIU. NPS MedicineWise has a CMI search facility:http://www.nps.org.au/medicines    A main drawback is that it an American product – some drug names & Brand Names will not be located in the database. Nevertheless, it is the premier Complementary Medicines data base available worldwide     Recommend Reference 6.    AusDI – Australian Drug Information https://www.ausdi.com/ AusDI – Australian Drug Information -is another excellent medicines information resource. Especially useful is the multi-drug interaction checker feature, required for assessment of polypharmacy patients with co-morbidities and an essential part of safe prescribing. Another key strength of this resource is the Health Professional Counselling sections to assist with therapeutic decision making and to address QUM issues.

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