This exam is carried out to evaluate student skills competencies according to the pharmacist profession in the pharmaceutical services, pharmaceutical industry and distribution. Technical implementation: questions are given in the form of cases in 9 stations that must be done by students. The assessment is carried out by an assessor at each station using a checklist sheet and an assessment rubric. Based on the competency focus, the skills tested are the ability of pharmacists (candidates) in solving pharmaceutical practice problems. These specific competencies cover 6 (six) aspects, namely:
- Data & information collection
- Problem determination
- Problem Solving
- Recording & reporting
- Effective communication
- Professional attitude and behavior
Based on the practice of pharmacy, the skills tested are divided into 3 (three) areas, namely:
- Manufacturing of pharmaceutical preparations, including: (a) Design of formulation, (b) Production, (c) QC/QA;
- Distribution of pharmaceutical preparations, including: (a) Planning, procurement, receipt, (b) Storage, distribution, and disposal;
- Pharmaceutical services, including: (a) Non-prescription drug services (self-medication), (b) Prescription screening, DRP/DTP analysis, (c) Compounding pharmaceutical preparations (non-sterile, sterile), (d) Dispensing (KIE) ), Monitoring therapy/Monitoring drug side effects.
The application of the OSCE blueprint in the design of the test package consists of 9 (nine) OSCE questions at 9 stations with the distribution: 3 (three) manufacturing stations, 2 (two) distribution stations, and 4 (four) service stations. A total of 10 stations (with 1 rest station), the effective time at each station is 10 minutes.
Requirements for passing institutional examinations in the pharmacist professional study program:
- Pass all courses in the assigned cumulative study load;
- Have a GPA of at least 3
- There are no quality letters E and D;
- Letter C quality does not exceed 20% (twenty percent) of the cumulative study load of Pharmacist Professional;
- Has completed the preparation and writing of the internship report.
- Passed the Comprehensive Session Examination as the final exam for Pharmacist Professional Education with the passing limit value of each examiner is 65.
- Pass the Comprehensive Session Score of at least Quality Letter C (quality score 2.0);
- Pass the Institutional OSCE Exam with a value of at least Quality Letter C (quality score 2.0).