clinical pharmacology and toxicology consultation statistics

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PRE-SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE
STANDARD B4: RESOURCES
"There must be sufficient resources including teaching faculty, the number and variety of
patients, physical and technical resources, as well as the supporting facilities and services
necessary to provide the opportunity for all residents in the program to achieve the educational
objectives and receive full training as defined by the Royal College specialty training
requirements."
Program
Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology
University
Date of Review (month/year)
Sites Participating in this Program:
Where the resources to provide "full training" are not available at the sponsoring university, several
different types of interuniversity affiliations may be negotiated. It should be noted that the exchange of
residents between two fully accredited programs does not require an interuniversity affiliation.
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1. Teaching Faculty
List by teaching site the members of the teaching faculty who have a major role in this program, including members from other departments. In
indicating a subspecialty, use as a criterion whether he or she is considered by colleagues as a subspecialist and functions academically and
professionally as one.
Teaching Site
Name
University Rank
Specialty
Qualifications
What percentage of faculty listed above have been practising in the subspecialty:
< 15 years
%
> 25 years
%
Subspecialty
(If any)
Nature of Interaction with Resident
(e.g. clinical, teaching, research)
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Names and Special Interests of all Full-Time Clinical Pharmacologists
% of Time Spent in the Following Activities
Name
Special Interest
Clinical
Teaching
Research
Administration
List the pharmacists skilled in clinical pharmacy or areas of drug information research who have direct involvement in
your program. Describe the contribution you feel they make to your program.
3.
Consultations
Provide detailed information indicating the approximate number of consultations seen by the residents in each of
the six-month and three-month rotations that comprise the first 12 months of the program. Provide a
breakdown by training location of the emphasis of these consultations, e.g., therapeutic drug monitoring, adverse
reactions, etc.
CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY CONSULTATION STATISTICS
(Average Number of Consultations Per Week)
NAME OF INSTITUTIONS
Initial Visit
With
Attending
Staff
Initial Visit
With
Attending
Staff
Initial Visit
Management of complex
problems
Therapeutic drug
monitoring
Drug overdose
Adverse reaction
Substance abuse
Geriatrics
Pediatrics
Psychiatry
Subspecialty
Intensive Care
a)
How do you ensure that the residents see an appropriate variety of patients?
b)
Describe the clinical services in which residents obtain consultation experience in the following areas:
i)
pharmacotherapy of single system and multi-system disease
With
Attending
Staff
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ii) acute and intensive care
iii) drug overdose
iv) adverse drug reactions
v) interpretation of therapeutic drug monitoring
4.
Analytical Facilities
Describe the analytical facilities (e.g., high pressure liquid chromatography, gas chromatography, etc.) to which
the resident in the Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology program will have access.
5.
Facilities for Drug Analysis
Describe the facilities available for drug analysis and therapeutic drug monitoring within the program. Outline
the role and experience of the individual resident in this area.
6.
Resident Integration in the Drug Analysis Laboratory
How are the residents integrated into the functions of the drug analysis laboratory? How much exposure and
hands-on experience do residents have in each of the analytical techniques?
7.
Computer Facilities
Describe the computer facilities, software availability and data management and biostatistical analytic support
available to the residents.
8.
Administrative Experience
Do residents in the program sit on or attend any of the following committees:
a)
clinical experimentation (ethics committee)
YES
NO
b)
pharmacy and therapeutics committee
YES
NO
c)
quality assurance committee
YES
NO
d)
others:
YES
NO
Provide details for all of those to which the answer "yes" has been given.
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Resident Involvement with External Consultation Work
Outline how residents are involved in consideration of drug regulations, consultations to lawyers and/or CMPA,
and liaison with pharmaceutical companies.
10. External Programs
Describe any programs not attached to the teaching hospitals that provide opportunities for clinical consultation
experience on either a mandatory or elective basis.
11. Regional Programs (Extramural)
Describe the resident's involvement in any community-based or ambulatory components of drug therapy.
12. Supporting Clinical and Other Services
Identify other departments, divisions and services that provide training for residents in Clinical Pharmacology and
Toxicology. Describe the objectives and arrangements for the training of residents in these supporting services
(e.g., drug information services.)
13. Lack of Clinical Material Within the Program
In your program, in what areas do you feel there is not sufficient clinical material that would ideally be available
for a program? What compensation is made for these insufficiencies?
9.
Information Resources
a) Do residents have free 24/7 access to on-line libraries, journals and other educational resources?
YES
NO
Partially
If “No” or “Partially”, please explain.
b) Do residents have adequate space to carry out their daily work? YES
NO
c) Are technical resources required for patient care duties located in the work setting? YES
NO
d) Do facilities allow resident skills to be observed and do they allow for confidential discussions?
YES
NO
14. Summary of Adequacy of Resources
Comment on the adequacy of the resources in the overall program, with particular reference to the relationship
between such resources and the number of residents dependent upon them. Are there significant areas where
the workload of the teachers (clinical care, undergraduate teaching, etc.) is such as to affect adversely the
continuous supervision and instruction of residents in Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology?
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