Clinical Trials medications in EPMA

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    Caroline Muholland
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    Does anyone have clinical trial drugs for inpatients in their EPMA system pleaase? The complexity of the information that sponsors require is challenging. We are currently thinking that this might have to stay as a paper solution but that is not ideal because some of the current ‘papers’ are stickers stuck on to the drug chart – that we won’t have when we rollout EPMA…

    Any comments gratefully received. Thank you

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    Andy Fox
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    Hi Caroline

    Just been looking through the forum and thought I would let you know about our experience at University Hospitals Southampton

    We have had a couple of instances where inpatients have had trial drugs on our EPMA system. This has been identified during the process of reviewing the clinical trial and an appropriate drug description has been created. This has occured only for those where we know patients will be initiated on the ward with the trial medicine. For patients who come in on a trial medicines we would use the freetext (drug see note) approach.
    Andy Fox

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