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Title : PERCEPTION, INTEREST, AND BARRIERS TOWARD CONTINUING PHARMACY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM AT WOMAN’S HOSPITAL IN QATAR
Authors : Doua AlSaad, Samah ElSalem, Palli Abdulrouf, Afif Ahmed Ali, Moza AlHail
Abstract : The aim of this study is to assess perception, interest, and barriers toward continuing pharmacy development (CPD) at Women\'s Hospital (WH) in Qatar. A web-based anonymous survey was conducted. Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians were included. Survey questions were divided into four sections: socio-demographics, perception about CPD program, interest toward CPD topics, and barriers to attend CPD program. Perception of participants revealed that > 90% agreed the sessions are valuable, and help develop in daily practice and achieve their CPD goals. The highest rated reason to attend CPD sessions was the topic is interesting, and helps in practice (85%), while patient education was the highest rated topic participants interested in (73%). The main barrier to attend CPD sessions was lack of time and busyness of pharmacy (76%). Pharmacy staff at WH has good perception and interest toward CPD sessions. CPD program planners shall work on resolving identified barriers to maximize program benefits.

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