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Projecting the future size of the Lebanese pharmacy workforce: forecasts until the year 2050.

Despite the rigorous regulations governing the pharmacy profession in Lebanon, the increasing numbers of pharmacy graduates seem to be the greatest threat of demise. No forecast is available to assess the long-term projections of pharmacists supply.


Lubny pharmacy as a foundating structure of military farmacy in Ukraine.

Introduction: Military pharmacy has always been a priority, being widely supported by the state with any social order. Field pharmacy development has always been considered a national safety factor. After creation of the numerous military commands and improvement of medical conditions relating to preserving and restoring the military men health, the importance of development of pharmacy as a science has only been increasing. The object of the study in this article is development of Ukrainian pharmacy as ill...

Definition of professionalism and tools for assessing professionalism in pharmacy practice: a systemic review.

In contemporary pharmacy, the role of pharmacists has become more multifaceted as they now handle a wider range of tasks and take more responsibility for care provision for patients than 20 years ago. Such an evolution in the pharmacist's responsibilities is accompanied by the need for pharmacists to display high-quality patient-centred care and counselling, and to demonstrate professionalism, which now needs to be taught and assessed are part of pharmacy education and practice. This workaimed at identifyin...


Effect of pharmacy-led medication reconciliation in emergency departments: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Medication reconciliation is recommended to be performed at every transition of medical care to prevent medication errors or adverse drug events. This study investigated the impact of pharmacy-led medication reconciliation on medication discrepancies and potential adverse drug events in the ED to assess the benefits of pharmacy services.

Expanding the role of pharmacy technicians to facilitate a proactive pharmacist practice.

This study describes a change in pharmacy practice to expand pharmacy technician roles to allow dispensing without a pharmacist check, thereby enhancing the pharmacist role in direct patient care.

Recommended quality measures for health-system pharmacy: 2019 update from the Pharmacy Accountability Measures Work Group.

Pharmacists are accountable for medication-related services provided to patients. As payment models transition from reimbursement for volume to reimbursement for value, pharmacy departments must demonstrate improvements in patient care outcomes and quality measure performance. The transition begins with an awareness of quality measures for which pharmacists and pharmacy personnel can demonstrate accountability across the continuum of care. The objective of the Pharmacy Accountability Measures (PAM) Work Gro...

Medication safety - pharmacy's contribution: call for papers.

Men's views of antidepressant treatment for depression, and their implications for community pharmacy practice.

Men with depression can express and navigate their condition differently to women. Understanding this population's needs, and experiences, can help healthcare professionals better support these patients. There is a lack of knowledge in this area, and no studies have explored men's depression in the context of community pharmacy.

Will new standards for pharmacy technician education change pharmacy practice?

Current practices in the delivery of pharmacogenomics: Impact of the recommendations of the Pharmacy Practice Model Summit.

This report examines and evaluates pharmacogenomics as an emerging science as it relates to the Practice Advancement Initiative and its predecessor the Pharmacy Practice Model Initiative's consensus statements for optimal pharmacy practice models.

Pharmacy, pharmaceuticals and public policy: Solving the puzzle.

Increasing pressure on healthcare demand and delivery has resulted in the development of new roles and services for pharmacists. As current models of pharmacy practice continue to be evaluated, pharmacists must be involved in identifying new areas that may require research. In order to do so, the current vision of the future of pharmacy practice is discussed in this commentary. Issues such as adequate funding, professional competency and building strong interprofessional relationships are still identified a...

A lesson in clinical reasoning for the pharmacy preceptor.

In this article, the pharmacy preceptor is introduced to the core components of the clinical reasoning process. Teaching strategies based on script theory and experiential educational theory are described to aid the pharmacy preceptor in facilitating the development of clinical reasoning in novice practitioners.

Opioids and Pharmacy: PMP Extension Granted.

When it came to opioids and pharmacy matters, some of the major pieces of medicine's 2019 agenda came down to something everyone wishes they had more of: time. Physicians need it to get comfortable with a mandate to check the state's prescription monitoring program (PMP). Patients need it to make sure the pain medications they're prescribed do what the drugs are supposed to do. The legislature listened, and TMA achieved wins on both counts, as well as on increased transparency from pharmacy benefit managers...

Medication review service implementation in community pharmacy settings: Scoping review with focus on implementation studies.

Medication reviews are a structured clinical intervention with the general goals of improving patient drug knowledge and detecting and resolving drug-related problems in an individual patient's medication regimen. A variety of barriers entrenched in the traditional drug distribution and dispensing model of pharmacy business has continued to challenge the implementation efforts of medication review services worldwide in the community pharmacy setting. MAIN OBJECTIVES: i) Characterize original research studie...

Implementation of a pharmacy technician residency program in a tertiary care teaching hospital.

Leveraging pharmacy technicians to take on advanced roles can enable pharmacists to practice at the highest level of their license. Technicians trained through traditional venues may not have the necessary knowledge and skills to adequately take on these roles. To meet this need, a technician residency program was developed and implemented in a health-system pharmacy.

The evolution of pharmacy practice research - Part II: Time to join the rest of the world.

Assessing the Quality of Pharmacy Care: It's Not About Adherence.

No funding supported the writing of this article. The author has nothing to disclose.

Managing conflicts of interest in pharmacy and therapeutics committees: A proposal for multicentre formulary development.

While many countries have central agencies responsible for formulary development, within the United States, each hospital, health care system, or insurance provider has their own pharmacy and therapeutic committee, leading to both inefficiencies and inequalities across formularies. The number and variety of processes within pharmacy and therapeutic committees also increases the likelihood that conflicts of interest will influence the development of formularies. We sought to determine how such influences cou...

ASHP national survey of pharmacy practice in hospital settings: Workforce-2018.

Results of the 2018 ASHP national survey of pharmacy practice in hospital settings pertaining to the pharmacy workforce are presented.

The community pharmacy setting for diabetes prevention: A mixed methods study in people with 'pre-diabetes'.

Diabetes Prevention Programs (DPPs) comprising intensive lifestyle interventions may delay or even prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes in people with pre-diabetes. However, engagement with DPPs is variable with session times and transportation being reported amongst barriers; this may be addressed by community pharmacy (CP) involvement given its recognition for accessibility.

Spinal Muscular Atrophy Therapies: ICER Grounds the Price to Value Conversation in Facts.

No funding supported the writing of this commentary. The authors are employed by Prime Therapeutics, a pharmacy benefits management company.

Neurophysiological evidence of impaired attention and working memory in untreated hematologic cancer patients.

Neuroimaging studies of hematologic cancer patients report altered activity in dorsal attention and central executive networks. To determine the consequences of these altered brain networks, we evaluated neurophysiological correlates of attention and working memory in hematologic cancer patients prior to initiating treatment.

Exploring the experiences and opinions of hospital pharmacists working 24/7 shifts.

The expansion of out-of-hours pharmacy services results from a drive to improve patient care and promote integration into the wider healthcare team. However, there has been little attempt to explore these intended outcomes as well as the potential problems arising from working out of hours. The aim of this study was to explore the experiences and views of pharmacists who work shifts as part of a 24/7 pharmacy service.

Association between student characteristics and rankings when applying for a residency in health-system pharmacy administration.

Results of a study to identify characteristics associated with pharmacy residency applicant success in obtaining an invitation to interview and a top candidate ranking are reported. Subsequent development and initial validation of a predictive model based on those characteristics are described.

Pharmacy students' attitudes and perceptions toward pharmacogenomics education.

To evaluate final-year pharmacy students' perceptions toward pharmacogenomics education, their attitudes on its clinical relevance, and their readiness to use such knowledge in practice.


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