• Robert Shulman

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    Lead Pharmacist Critical Care UCLH NHS Foundation Trust —  Pharmacy Department and CMORE
    Honorary Associate Professor UCL School of Pharmacy Department of Practice and Policy —  London, UK

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      Critical care pharmacists use their specialist knowledge to optimise medication for their patients. This article looks at the various roles of the critical care pharmacist within the multidisciplinary team.   Introduction The pharmacist's role in critical care is well-developed in the United Kingdom (UK), USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and some parts of Europe. In this artic

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    • 17/02/2022

    Medication errors are common in the complex environment of the ICU. This article provides an overview of the prevalence and impact of these errors and the processes that could help reduce their incidence. Introduction Medicines are the most widely used intervention in the critical care environment, and errors in medication use are a well-established complication. Medication errors have...

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  • Safety first: insights from clinical pharmacists

    • 24/01/2019

    A critical care pharmacist’s perspective and advice on medication safety around sedative and analgesic therapy in the ICU. Medication errors occur at every stage of the drug therapy process. A recent report on medicines processes in English hospitals identified notably high error rates in prescribing (8.8%) and preparation and administration (78.6%) (Elliott et al. 2018)....

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