Projek QA Oral (KIKF 2013)

 

BIL

PEGAWAI UNTK DIHUBUNGI

TAJUK PROJEK

PENERANGAN

1

Shafiqka Nisha bt Basah

Penolong Pengarah

 

Cawangan Penguatkuasa Farmasi, JKWP Kuala Lumpur

 

Meningkatkan Peratusan Siasatan Kes Selesai Dalam Tempoh 5 Bulan

 

Penyiasatan merupakan salah satu aktiviti utama dalam Cawangan Penguatkuasa Farmasi, KKM. Kelewatan penyelesaian kes akan memberi impak negatif seperti kelewatan mengambil tindakan undang-undang terhadap kes yang terlibat. Kajian terdahulu mendapati hanya 28% kes sahaja yang berjaya diselesaikan dalam tempoh 5 bulan pada 2009 di CPF, JKWP KL.

 

2

Wong Kah Yie

Pegawai Farmasi U44

 

Hospital Kajang, Selangor

Promoting Safe Prescribing To Reduce Prescriptions With Medication Safety Issues In Outpatient Pharmacy Department Kajang Hospital

 

According to Outpatient Pharmacy Department (OPD) Kajang Hospital (HKJ) intervention statistics from January to June 2011, prescription with medication safety issues were detected and intervened at 22% (N=74,089) of the total prescriptions received.

 

3

Azura bt Azlan

Pegawai Farmasi U44

 

Hospital  Melaka

To Increase Percentage Of Full Attendance Of Direct Observed Therapy (DOT) Among Methadone Patients In Pharmacy Department Hospital Melaka

 

Only 63% of DOT Methadone patients attended for methadone daily doses in Hospital Melaka everyday. This not only caused poor retention rate in Methadone programme but also indirectly the MOH harm reduction programme.

 

4

Nadiah bt Abdullah

Pegawai Farmasi U41

 

Hospital  Melaka

High Incidence Of Inappropriate Use Of Opioid Among Cancer Patients In Hospital Melaka

 

Inappropriate use of opioids in cancer patients may lead to uncontrolled pain and avoidable incidence of opioids’ toxicity. Thus, patient’s quality of life will be affected and incurred unnecessary cost of treatment if overuse of opioids is practice. 

 

5

Sarah bt Abdul Karim

Pegawai Farmasi U48

 

Hospital  Pulau Pinang

Improving Percentage Of Compliance Towards TDM Sampling Time For Vancomycin In Penang Hospital

 

Vancomycin therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) is common in Penang Hospital. In 2010, a study on TDM testing was done and 46.57% of vancomycin testing was found to be inappropriate. The most common reason was inappropriate sampling time (75.92%) which might lead to inaccurate clinical interpretations and caused treatment failures. It also increased the need to repeat sampling which increased time and cost wastage. The study done to identify the causes and implement remedial measures to improve compliance towards sampling time.

 

6

Elaine Kan Mei Ying

Pegawai Farmasi U41

 

Hospital  Kuala Lumpur

Reducing The Number Of Prescription Queries At The Outpatient Pharmacy

 

Prescription with a query (medication error or incomplete prescription) screened by the pharmacist at the Screening Counter is sent to the pharmacist at Counter B to be corrected. This leads to increased patient waiting time due to time consumed to correct the queries resulting in reduced patient satisfaction of the pharmacy service.

 

7

Nurul Syuhada bt Arzami

Pegawai Farmasi U41

 

Hospital Raja Perempuan Zainab II, Kelantan

 

Meningkatkan Bilangan Pesakit Hemodialisis Yang Mempunyai Tahap Kefahaman Yang Tinggi Terhadap Ubat-Ubatan

 

Tahap kefahaman yang rendah terhadap regimen ubat yang kompleks  menyebabkan ketidakpatuhan terhadap pengambilan ubat-ubatan. Hanya 40% pesakit hemodialisis di HRPZ II mempunyai tahap kefahaman yang tinggi.

 

8

Fitriah Cahyani bt Che Wil

Pegawai Farmasi U44

 

Hospital Raja Perempuan Zainab II, Kelantan

 

Meningkatkan Tahap Kepatuhan Ubat Dikalangan Pesakit Hipertensi Di HRPZ II

 

Kepatuhan kepada ubat-ubat hipertensi dapat menjamin kawalan terhadap tekanan darah. Di HRPZ II hanya 27% daripada pesakit mempunyai tahap kepatuhan yang tinggi.

 

9

Suriani bt Majid

Pegawai Farmasi U41

 

Hospital Tuanku Ampuan Najihah, Negeri Sembilan

 

Reducing The Percentage Of Expired Disposable Items In Ward/Unit Sub-Stores HTAN

 

High percentage of expired medical disposable items was found in wards / unit sub stores HTAN. This may lead to wastage and high expenses on medical disposable items.

 

10

Lim Chong Teck

Pegawai Farmasi U44

 

Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah, Selangor

Reducing The Percentage Of Queried Prescriptions At Discharge Pharmacy In Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital (TARH), Klang

 

Previous finding showed that there was high percentage of queried prescriptions encountered at Discharge Pharmacy, TARH. “Queried prescriptions” referring to prescriptions that need further clarification from prescribers following screening. Time taken to handle queried prescriptions will lead to increase in waiting time. It was found that 45.3% of discharge prescriptions were received from Medical wards. The prescriptions contributed to 72.6% from total queried prescriptions encountered.

 

11

Nur Liyana bt Zainal Bahrin

Pegawai Farmasi U44

 

Hospital Tuanku Jaafar, Negeri Sembilan

Improving Cost Of Wastage Medication  Returned To Outpatient Pharmacy Hospital Tuanku Ja’afar Seremban

 

The cost of wastage medications returned to Outpatient Pharmacy Department (OPD) HTJS was found to be increasing within the last 2 years (2011-2012) from RM 24,138.00 to RM 37,106.10. High cost wastage of expired returned medication may cause financial implications such as  high cost of disposing the drugs, as well as the cost of new drugs to be purchased. This problem will also lead to the disturbances to our eco-system.

 

12

Lee Hooi Peng

Pegawai Farmasi U41

 

Klinik Kesihatan Sandakan, Sabah

To Increase Cost Conservation Of Drug Through Medication Return In Klinik Kesihatan Sandakan

 

Medical inflation is unavoidable. As cost price of medication is keep on increasing, medication wastage should be minimized. Returned medication can be re-used to upkeep cost conservation of drug, instead of being wasted in Klinik Kesihatan Sandakan.

 

13

Norzaimah Mohd Kadir

Pegawai Farmasi U48

 

Pejabat Kesihatan Daerah Setiu

Meningkatkan Peratus Penulisan Preskripsi Menggunakan Nama Generik Sepenuhnya

 

Penulisan preskripsi menggunakan selain nama generik boleh menjadi penyumbang berlakunya ‘’Medication Error’’.   Data sedia ada mendapati peratus penulisan preskripsi menggunakan Nama Generik sepenuhnya adalah sangat rendah iaitu < 50%. Kajian ini dilaksanakan untuk membantu meningkatkan peratus preskripsi ditulis dengan menggunakan nama generik sepenuhnya.

 

14

Lim Yoke Kuan

Pegawai Farmasi U41

 

Pejabat Kesihatan Daerah Tumpat

Meningkatkan Tahap Kefahaman Pesakit Terhadap Rawatan Terapi Gantian (RTG) Metadon Di Daerah Tumpat

 

Kefahaman klien terhadap objektif, peraturan, penilaian dan kepatuhan RTG metadon adalah penting untuk menjayakan program tersebut. Kajian terdahulu mendapati tahap kefahaman klien metadon di Pusat Kesihatan Tumpat adalah rendah.

 

15

Chia Peng Keng

Pegawai Farmasi U44

 

Cawangan Penguatkuasa Farmasi, Negeri Sabah

Mengurangkan Bilangan Gerai Yang Menjual Produk Tidak Berdaftar (PTB) Di Pasar-pasar  Sabah

Data rampasan PTB di pasar-pasar negeri Sabah dari tahun 2009 hingga 2011 menunjukkan bilangan premis yang dirampas PTB telah meningkat sebanyak 59.3%. Bilangan item PTB dirampas juga didapati meningkat sejumlah 60.2% walaupun pemeriksaan dijalankan sekurang-kurangnya sekali setahun oleh Cawangan Penguatkuasa Farmasi Sabah (CPFS).