Level of Pharmacist Knowledge on Writing Integrated Patient Progress Notes in One of the Government Hospital in the City of Bukittinggi, West Sumatra, Indonesia


Authors : Serdiani; Hansen Nasif; Yelly Oktavia Sari

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 2 - February

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7655841

Knowledge about writing integrated patient progress notes is needed to produce useful clinical information for patient therapy. The knowledge is about what needs to be done and considered as well as how to write and what methods are appropriate for pharmacists to write in CPPT. Pharmacists are one of the patient care professionals related to monitoring drug use who will collaborate with other PPAs. The pharmacist's work document will be recorded in CPPT in an integrated manner with other PPAs. This document is one of the assessment indicators in the Hospital accreditation process. The results of several studies convey that generally the writing of CPPT by pharmacists is not written correctly and some are written completely. This study aims to assess the level of knowledge of pharmacists on the writing of CPPT according to the Technical literature of Pharmaceutical Service Standards in Hospitals issued by the Ministry of Health in 2019. This study used prospective analytic research methods with data collection sourced from questionnaires filled out by pharmacists on duty in the Inpatient Room. The questionnaire sampling technique used purposive sampling. The results showed that of the 20 questionnaire statements made were declared valid because they showed r count greater than r table and the questionnaire was said to be reliable because the Cronbach Alpha value was greater than and equal to 0.6, so the questionnaire could be declared reliable. The level of knowledge of pharmacists on duty in the Inpatient Room towards writing Integrated Patient Progress Notes (CPPT) in one of the Bukittinggi Government Hospitals in West Sumatra is on average in the fair category because it still has a percentage

Keywords : Science; Questionnaire; Integrated Patient Progress Notes; PPAs (Professional Care Giver).

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