Moustafa Nafei


Clinical Pharmacist
Location: Denmark

My vision is to improve drug use through rational pharmacotherapy and education for patients and health professionals. Having four years of experience in the danish hospital pharmacy setting has strengthened my overall clinical skill in medication reconciliation, medication review, clinical research, supervision, drug service, and dispensing. I am an advocate of a structured and targeted approach and an encourager of collaborative and supportive team spirit to multidisciplinary elevate patient care.


  • Clinical Pharmacy
  • Hospital Pharmacy
  • Medication Reconciliation
  • Medication review
  • teamwork


2016 - 2018

M.Sc. Clinical Pharmacy at University of Southern Denmark

Academic focus: Pathology, rational pharmacotherapy, evidence-based drug use, biostatistics, patient communication, medication review, and reconciliation.

Master’s Thesis: Medication review and check of inhalation technique on COPD patients with exacerbations hospitalized in the Emergency Department; An interventional feasibility study.

2013 - 2016

B.Sc. Clinical Pharmacy at University of Southern Denmark


2018 - current

Clinical Pharmacist at Hospital Pharmacy of Fyn, Denmark

All the below duties are carried out in the Department of Internal Medicine, Gastrointestinal Surgery, and Emergency Department:

– Medication reconciliation and review: Assessing, evaluating, and designing comprehensive drug therapy plans through an evidence-based and multidisciplinary approach for over 3000 hospitalized patients.

– Responsible for inquiries regarding the Respiratory System in the Region of Southern Denmark, including COPD, asthma, and check of inhalations technique.

– Medication counseling at hospitalization and discharge.

– Discharge summaries of changes in the patient medicine list to help physicians with patient discharge and eliminate inappropriate drug prescriptions and interactions.

– Drug service and dispensing to 25 patients daily to ensure medication availability and patient safety.

– Educate 45 physicians and chief physicians in drug-related subjects twice a week and weekly sparring with 16 team pharmacists.

– Responsible for multiple educational activities, including a 6-hours long course on inhalation medicine for COPD and asthma for pharmacy technicians from all hospital pharmacies in Denmark.

– Attend educational activities by physicians and nurses on medical subjects, including antibiotics, diabetes, cardiology, and ulcerative diseases to stay up to date clinically.

– Responsible for educating and training new pharmacists in medication review, check of inhalation technique, and supervising quality projects and audits.

– Responsible for the education of 35 nurses in the Department of Gastrointestinal Surgery in anticoagulants, obstipation, and other relevant subjects in pharmacology over 3 months.

– Ensuring patient safety and drug therapy evaluations by updating the regional guidelines of Southern Denmark regarding the optimal treatment of COPD and asthma.

– Monthly sparring with physicians, nurses, and dietitians about complex hospitalized patients in the Department of Gastrointestinal Surgery to improve drug treatment and reduce hospitalization time.

– Implementing quality projects and audits, including a collaboration with clinical nursing specialists and chief physicians in endocrinology about optimizing rapid insulin treatment in 2019 and 2021.

2016 - 2017

Pharmacist Tutor (Volunteer Work) at University of Southern Denmark

Evidence-based drug use: Epidemiological methods and study designs in the assessment of drug effects based on the best available evidence.

Biostatistics: Knowledge of basic and complex statistical analysis.

Clinical pharmacology and therapy: Pathology, rational pharmacotherapy, and recommended treatment strategies.

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