Strategic situational planning in the pharmacy of a university hospital: an experience report
Keywords:planejamento estratégico situacional, integração ensino-serviço, farmacêutico, hospital.
Objective: To describe the application of situational strategic planning (SSP) in the hospital pharmacy practice facilitated by the teaching-service integration.
Methods: This study is an experience report with theoretical reflection on the use of SSP in the pharmacy of the University Hospital of the Federal University of Sergipe in order to identify priorities for pertinent interventions. SSP is developed through four moments: the explanatory, the normative, the strategic and the tactical-operational. Workshops with pharmacists were conducted and led by two post-graduate students, one of these also teacher of undergraduate degree in Pharmacy. Results: Four meetings were held which discussed the prioritization of the problems faced by the hospital, which were worked out according to each moment of the SSP, in which the weaknesses and opportunities have been worked with critical awareness by all pharmacists who will can collectively seek solutions to difficulties found. Conclusion: The application of SSP assisted in the creation of a strategy to solve the problem of inadequate medication standardization in the hospital studied. In addition, under the service teaching perspective, it was a tool that allowed the construction of a link to face the problem. This study also points out the perspective of the development of Pharmacy through reflexive methodologies, such as SSP, facilitated by integration teaching service.
How to Cite
The authors hereby transfer, assign, or otherwise convey to RBFHSS: (1) the right to grant permission to republish or reprint the stated material, in whole or in part, without a fee; (2) the right to print republish copies for free distribution or sale; and (3) the right to republish the stated material in any format (electronic or printed). In addition, the undersigned affirms that the article described above has not previously been published, in whole or part, is not subject to copyright or other rights except by the author(s), and has not been submitted for publication elsewhere, except as communicated in writing to RHFHSS with this document.
Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY-NC-ND) that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.
This journal permits and encourages authors to post and archive the final pdf of the articles submitted to the journal on personal websites or institutional repositories after publication, while providing bibliographic details that credit its publication in this journal.