This guidance from the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF) is aimed at early career pharmacists, especially those in foundation pharmacist positions managing the transition from education to the workplace environment.
Support in clinical decision-making is recognised as an educational development need for early career pharmacists, making the transition from a university education where there is very little exposure to the clinical environment into the work environment. This situation is compounded by a policy landscape which puts the pharmacist in a central role for clinical management of long-term complex morbidities, making clinical decision making and taking responsibility for patient outcomes increasingly important. The guidance will also be of use to those involved in the education and mentorship of early career pharmacist.
It includes a 'Coping-with-complexity' template