The Development of Clinical Pharmacy in Indonesia

Setiadi, Antonius Adji Prayitno (2015) The Development of Clinical Pharmacy in Indonesia. In: The 1st International Conference on Pharmacy Education and Research Network of ASEAN (ASEAN PharmNET I), December 2nd – 4th, 2015, The Landmark Bangkok Bangkok, Thailand.

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The overall goal of clinical pharmacy activities is to promote the correct and appropriate use of medicinal products that respect patient preferences. Indonesia currently has a population of about 252,370,792 inhabitants spread over the 13.466 islands. The whole country is the size of 1,910,931.32 km2, nearly half of the Union Europe, which stretches for 5.150 km along the equator between Malaysia and Australia. There are about 600 different languages and dialects. However, the majority speak the national Indonesian language. Clinical Pharmacy Practice The development of Clinical Pharmacy in Indonesia started in the year 2000 and published in The Pharmaceutical Journal Vol 264 No. 7098 p. 817-819 May 27, 2000 by C.K. Tan, PhD, MRPharmS, and M. Aslam, PhD, FRPharmS. In 2015, the total number of hospitals has reached 2,456 with details around 1,925 General Hospitals and 531 Special Hospitals. The total number of Accredited Hospitals is 1,321. The total Primary Health Centers are as much as 9.692, with the details of 3.363 primary health centers with inpatient facilities and 6,329 primary health centers without inpatient facilities. The total amount of pharmacies is as much as 21,058. In 2015, 53,092 pharmacists were registered with the details of 12,042 men and 41,050 women. There are some Standards of Pharmaceutical Care that support Clinical Pharmacy Practice: Regulation of Health Minister No. 58 Year 2014 Standard of Pharmaceutical Care in Hospitals, Regulation of Health Minister No. 30 Year 2014 The Standards of Pharmaceutical Care at the Primary Health Center, and Regulation of Health Minister No. 35 Year 2014 The Standards of Pharmaceutical Care in Pharmacy. The percentage of Government Hospital and Primary Health Center comply to Pharmaceutical Care Standard by 2014 is approximately 46%. Clinical Pharmacy Education S1 education curriculum that teaches clinical pharmacy began in 2003 at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Surabaya. However, at the current time almost all pharmacy colleges teach clinical pharmacy. The number of pharmacy colleges of S1 in 2015 is as many as 121 colleges while in 2000 there were only 16. Nowadays, college education pharmacist profession is as much as 29. There are some regulations that support Pharmacist Education: Law No. 20 Year 2003 on National Education System Law No. 14 Year 2005 on Teachers and Lecturers Law No. 36 Year 2009 on Health Presidential Decree No. 19 Year 2005 on National Education Standards Presidential Decree No. 51 Year 2009 on Pharmaceutical Works Presidential Decree No. 17 Year 2010 on Education Management and Implementation Pharmacists Profession Education Standard requires 2 semesters with at least 28 credits and 40 credits maximum. In an effort to make the level of competence and qualifications that can reconcile, equalize, and integrate the fields of education and job training as well as work experience in order to award the work in accordance with the recognition of the competence of employment structure in various sectors, the Indonesian Government has issued Presidential Decree No. 08 Year 2012 on the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework (KKNI) and the Appendix used in the preparation of the learning outcomes of graduates from each level of education nationwide. There are as following: Pharmacist Professional Education Standards issued by Indonesian Association of Pharmacy College (APTFI) and Work Practice Standards of Professional Pharmacists Indonesia issued in 2008.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Clinical pharmacy, development, Indonesia
Subjects: L Education > LC Special aspects of education
Divisions: Faculty of Pharmacy > Department of Pharmacy
Depositing User: A. Adji Prayitno 1122
Date Deposited: 15 Dec 2016 01:57
Last Modified: 24 Mar 2021 15:29

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