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Implementation of a medication education training program for student pharmacists employed within an academic medical center.

To describe the implementation of a student pharmacist medication education training program (the REWARDS Method), to determine if training was effective in preparing employed student pharmacists to provide medication education, and to assess medication education completion rates.

Rural Caregivers' Willingness for Community Pharmacists to Administer the HPV Vaccine to Their Age-Eligible Children.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination uptake varies by geographic regions with rural, often medically underserved areas, lagging behind more urban regions in terms of vaccine initiation and completion. In these regions, pharmacies may serve as an additional location for HPV vaccine administration. Little is known about rural caregivers' willingness to have their HPV vaccine age-eligible children obtain this vaccine from their local pharmacist. First and second authors conducted 26 in-depth interviews with ...

The contemporary role and potential of pharmacist contribution for community health using social media.

Background Social media (SM) is everywhere, and it affects all aspects of life, including health care. This study aimed to identify pharmacist activity in SM and explore the potential for pharmacist contributions using SM. Methods Focus group discussions (FGDs) were conducted in four cities in Indonesia. The investigators collaborated with a local pharmacist association to select a wide range of pharmacists as participants. The discussions were audiotaped, transcribed, and thematically analyzed. Results For...

Community pharmacists' perceptions, attitudes and barriers towards pharmacist-led minor ailment services in Malaysia.

Background Community pharmacists are increasingly recognized to have an important role in providing a convenient and accessible alternative support for patients with minor ailments. In view of the abilities of community pharmacists in managing minor ailments, some countries have started the pharmacy-based minor ailment schemes that offers public access to treatment and advice of minor ailments from their local pharmacist. Nevertheless, there is limited study in Malaysia that explore the current practice of ...

Impact of a communication technique training on rates of naloxone dispensing.

The primary objective of this study was to measure the impact of a communication technique training (CTT) using a scenario-based active learning approach for community pharmacists on the dispensing rates of naloxone, in patients receiving opioid prescriptions. The secondary objective of the study was to characterize pharmacists and pharmacy-related factors that may affect the dispensing rates of naloxone.

Factors affecting community pharmacist's service for women with chronic diseases during pregnancy and breastfeeding: application of the Health Belief Model.

Background Pharmacists are known as health care professionals who are responsible for the safety and efficacy of medicine to achieve optimal therapeutic results. Community pharmacists have an opportunity to provide direct services including giving an active medication information service in women during pregnancy and breastfeeding. This study aimed to determine the factors associated with the practice of community pharmacists for actively giving the drug information service for women with chronic diseases d...

Doctors' perceptions, expectations and experience regarding the role of pharmacist in hospital settings of Pakistan.

Background The inclusion of pharmacist in health care system is essential to ensure optimal patient care. However, with the passage of time, pharmacist's role has transcended from dispensing, compounding and counting of pills, to more sophisticated clinical duties. Objective To evaluate doctors' experience, perceptions and expectations regarding pharmacists' role in Pakistani healthcare settings. Setting All tertiary care hospitals across 26 cities of Pakistan. Method A cross-sectional study using a self-ad...

Advancing pharmacist prescribing privileges: Is it time?

The rising cost of health care, impact of the aging population, physician shortages, and access to care issues have stressed the U.S. health care system. There is no single solution to combat the complexity of issues concerning the health care system; however, there are potential solutions, such as expanding the role of pharmacists, in efforts to alleviate some stress. Advancing the scope of pharmacy practice with the inclusion of autonomous prescribing authority may enhance access to health care if barrier...

The Current Landscape of Veterinary Compounding in the Pharmacy Setting.

Medicating animals poses unique challenges that are often best dealt with via compounding. Pharmacists receive compounding training while in pharmacy school, but this training is not veterinary specific. Pharmacists are expected to have enough knowledge to properly verify prescriptions that are received at their practice site while keeping with the most up-to-date guidelines related to animal and human health. Whether pharmacists have the proper training to verify and/or compound veterinary specific medicat...

The impact of an emergency medicine clinical pharmacist on nursing satisfaction.

In the United States, emergency medicine clinical pharmacists have become more common over the last several decades. Despite being a vital component of the emergency department interdisciplinary team, there is very limited information published regarding the direct impact emergency medicine clinical pharmacists have on other emergency department-based professions.

Effect of pharmacist-led task force to reduce opioid prescribing in the emergency department.

Results of a study to determine the effect of a pharmacist-led opioid task force on emergency department (ED) opioid use and discharge prescriptions are presented.

Defining pharmacists' roles in disasters: A Delphi study.

Pharmacists are uniquely placed in the community to be of assistance to disaster-affected patients. However, the roles undertaken by pharmacists in disasters are identified based on their own experiences and networks. There is currently no definition or acknowledgment of pharmacists' roles in disasters.

Knowledge, attitude, and practice of pharmacists towards management of hypertension in primary care centers.

Background Hypertension is one of the major health problems of the world and one of the most important causes of death in Indonesia. Complication due to hypertension leads to myocardial infarction, stroke, and renal failure. Pharmacist in primary care centers (Puskesmas) plays an important role in the management of hypertension. The purpose of this study was to assess the knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) of pharmacists working in Puskesmas in Surabaya, Indonesia, towards the management of hypertensio...

Quality assessment and cost saving of renal dosing recommendation by clinical pharmacists at medical wards in Thailand.

Background Renal dosage adjustment for patients with reduced kidney function is a common function of clinical pharmacy service. Assessment of pharmacist's intervention in the aspect of quality and economic impact should be conducted to evaluate the benefit of this service. Objective This study aimed to assess the quality and cost saving of clinical pharmacists' recommendation on renal dosage adjustment among patients with reduced kidney function. Setting Eight medical wards of the Siriraj Hospital, a tertia...

Dropout from Specialty Training is determined by the perception of autonomy and treatment efficacy.

The Swedish Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry conducted a survey among their specialty trainees in 2018. Of the 48% response rate, around 48% admitted hesitancy to continue in their chosen specialty. A further 12% planned to depart from their field after completion of training. Factors associated with discontinuation in training were the perception of ineffective psychotherapeutic treatments and a lack of autonomy at work; which was strongly correlated to the doctor's role and team collaborati...

Strategies to implement community training to promote responsible self-medication in Indonesia: a qualitative study of trainers.

A community-based approach has been identified as one key strategy to improve the health of Indonesians. In 2015, the government initiated the 'Smart Use of Medications Movement' (GeMa CerMat) to promote responsible self-medication. This study aims to explore pharmacist/pharmacy staff trainers' views on strategies to implement GeMa CerMat community training.

Effect of clinical pharmacist intervention on the treatment of acute pancreatitis.

Background The participation of clinical pharmacists in the treatment of acute pancreatitis has rarely been reported. Objective The aim of this study was to retrospectively evaluate the impact of intervention of clinical pharmacists on the treatment of acute pancreatitis. Setting An academic teaching hospital in Taizhou, Jiangsu, China. Method Two hundred and twenty-eight patients with acute pancreatitis were retrospectively enrolled from July 2017 to July 2018 and divided into an intervention group (n =...

Select topics in the management of critically ill children.

The purpose of this review article is to discuss considerations for the critically ill child presenting to an emergency department (ED) with pharmacists who have minimal to no pediatric training.

Quality and temporal properties of premonitory urges in patients with skin picking disorder.

Skin picking is a newly recognized obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorder in DSM-5. Similar to some repetitive behaviors in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome (GTS) and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), premonitory urges are assumed to play a critical role in maintaining skin picking behavior, by creating a vicious cycle. The present study is the first to investigate the quality of premonitory urges, as well as the temporal relationship between urges and skin picking behavior in individuals with skin picking...

Polypharmacy in older patients: identifying the need for support by a community pharmacist.

The community pharmacist is a key player in medication reviews of older outpatients. However, it is not always clear which individuals require a medication review. The objective of the present study was to identify high-priority older patients for intervention by a community pharmacist.

Pharmacists' experiences and perceptions about simulation use for learning and development of clinical skills in Kuwait.

Background There has been a worldwide exponential rise in simulation use in health professions education. Most of the evidence about simulation-based education (SBE) comes from Western educational systems. Little is known about simulation use in the education and training of pharmacy students and pharmacists in the Middle Eastern countries. Objective To explore pharmacists' experiences, perceptions and attitudes toward simulation use for learning clinical skills in Kuwait. Setting Different governmental hos...

Student pharmacist Camille Schrier is new Miss America.

Use of "Doctor" Badges for Physician Role Identification During Clinical Training.

Undergraduate Training in Breaking Bad News: A Continuation Study Exploring the Patient Perspective.

This paper reports on the continuation of an initial study that demonstrated the effectiveness, as rated by experts, of an undergraduate training in breaking bad news (BBN) using simulated patient (SP) and individual feedback. The current study aimed to further explore whether such an individualized training approach also has positive effects from the perspective of the patient, using the analogue patient (AP) methodology.

Architecting Process of Care: A randomized controlled study evaluating the impact of providing nonadherence information and pharmacist assistance to physicians.

To test the impact of connecting physicians, pharmacists, and patients to address medication nonadherence, and to compare different physician choice architectures.

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