Description of the Hospital
The Hospital Gregorio Marañon is a public-funded general hospital located in Madrid, Spain. This hospital cannot provide financial grants to SILCC Fellows but please keep in mind that EAHP can provide limited financial help to SILCC Fellows (contact the EAHP Implementation team at Statements@eahp.eu for more details about our financial help).
- Number of beds served by the hospital pharmacy: more than 1000
- Number of pharmacists employed: 25+8 residents
- Number of pharmacy technicians: 33+ 11 nurses
- Pharmacy support stuff: 15
- Number of trainees: 20
The pharmacy staff speaks English and Spanish.
Description of the training
The Hospital Gregorio Marañon will provide training on the following Statements:
4.1 Hospital pharmacists should be involved in all patient care settings to prospectively influence collaborative, multidisciplinary therapeutic decision-making; they should play a full part in decision making including advising, implementing and monitoring medication changes in full partnership with patients, carers and other health care professionals.
4.3 Hospital pharmacists should have access to the patients’ health record. Their clinical interventions should be documented in the patients’ health record and analysed to inform quality improvement interventions.
5.1 The “seven rights” (the right patient, right medicine, right dose, right route, right time, right information and right documentation) should be fulfilled in all medicines-related activities in the hospital.
5.5 Hospital pharmacists should help to decrease the risk of medication errors by disseminating evidence-based approaches to error reduction including computerised decision support.
6.4 Hospital pharmacists should actively engage in and publish research, particularly on hospital pharmacy practice. Research methods should be part of undergraduate and postgraduate training programmes for hospital pharmacists.
Outline of the training experience provided by the Hospital Gregorio Marañon:
"The rotation will be very active and practical. A project will be assessable to the learner. Different pharmacists will show their daily job, their procedures, how to monitor and create improvement. The exchange pharmacist will have to give a session".
Duration of the training: ideally 4 weeks, not less than 1 complete week
Apply to become a SILCC Fellow at the Hospital Gregorio Marañon
If you have more questions about the Hospital Gregorio Marañon and the training they will provide, please contact the EAHP Implementation team at Statements@eahp.eu
Please remember that in addition to the SILCC Fellow form, you need to send the following documents after assessing your pharmacy using the self-assessment tool with your colleagues and Chief pharmacist/Directory of Pharmacy: