A Study on the Introduction of Self-directed Pharmaceutical Training Education through the Analysis of Pharmaceutical Education in Korea and the U.S.

한국과 미국의 약사 연수 교육 분석을 통한 자기 주도적 약사 연수 교육 도입 방안

Jeong, Su-Cheol

  • Received : 2018.11.12
  • Accepted : 2018.12.07
  • Published : 2019.01.28


The side effects of using drugs can greatly threaten the health of the public. The reality is that there are very few reports of current side effects. This can be activated by linking adverse drug reactions reporting to the Drug Utilization Review (DUR) currently used by pharmacies. A study of the U.S. medication management system, where drug use assessment is activated, can find ways to activate adverse drug reactions reporting. In 'Pharm IT 3000', which is used as a medication management program in pharmacies, we examined how to enable reporting of adverse drug reactions. The literature study and research on actual program operation have found a convenient way to report side effects by linking the Pharm IT 3000 prescription preparation assessment to the item.


Drug Utilization Review;DUR;Report on Adverse Drug Reactions;Adverse Drug Reactions