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Simulation Reflection Report I was offered a chance to take part as a pharmacist with a simulated patient in a case which involved a conflict situation. In the case, the patient had been supplied with the wrong dose of her medication. My role was to be in charge of the situation and have the problem settled. At the beginning of the scenario, I was not comfortable which revealed to the patient that I was not taking charge of the issue. This, further, increased at the start of the discussion with the client. When it was the patient's turn to explain the problem, I inquired from her if she was comfortable talking in public or a private area would be better. This was not a right step to take as the person in charge of the situation. I was supposed to take the lead and call the patient to a private room where she would be comfortable to share the problem and her feelings about the issue. Nevertheless, I had to avoid proposing the counseling room because this would make the patient feel that she is going to be counseled instead of addressing her problem in privacy which was her major concern. After all, I started listening to her explanations as I held the script and a medication box which caused a lot of distraction because the patient was looking at my hands. Thus, it
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