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Improving Metoclopramide Prescribing Practices at Penn Through a Physician-targeted Intervention

The investigators hypothesized that: 1) an intervention targeted at the prescribing physician would increase the rate of a metoclopramide discontinuation among patients prescribed the medication for questionable or unclear indications; and 2) the discontinuation would be durable.


Electronic Prescription Data to Improve Primary Care Prescribing

This is a randomised controlled study to evaluate the effect of providing prescribing feedback that includes individual patient data to General Practitioners (GP) in Scotland on high risk or low quality prescribing.

Improving Antimicrobial-Prescribing in Emergency Departments

Antimicrobial resistance is one of today's most urgent public health problems. One of the most important strategies to slow the spread of antimicrobial resistance is the promotion of judicious antimicrobial use. There are tremendous opportunities to reduce unnecessary antimicrobial-prescribing, particularly in Emergency Departments (EDs). Our study will work collaboratively with ED providers in the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) to reduce unnecessary antimicrobial use. We...


Drug Utilization Study on the Prescribing Indications for Yasmin® and Other OCs in Croatia

This study investigates the drug utilization pattern of Oral Contraceptives (OC) in Croatia. Gynecologists and Dermatologists were asked to contribute OC prescribing data to this study.

Reactive vs. Proactive Pain Control in IBD

The investigators will compare two physician behaviors for managing pain in patients with IBD: proactive vs. reactive. Both the proactive and reactive behavior/strategies are standard of care at the institution in which the study will be performed. The PROACTIVE strategy is an IBD-specific analgesic orderset (built into our EMR and approved by the institution's Pharmacy and Therapeutics committee), the REACTIVE strategy is a traditional "reactive" analgesic prescribing (prescri...

Temporal Patterns of Diet and the Changes in Body Composition and Blood Pressure

The study includes two parts: 1) an observational study examines the association of meal frequency, meal timing, and meal regularity with short-term changes in blood pressure and body composition; 2) a randomized controlled intervention examines the influence of recommendation of increase breakfast frequency and decrease nighttime snacking on 1-year changes in blood pressure and body composition.

Patient-Directed Postoperative Opioid Prescribing for Gynecologic Surgery

We would like to evaluate and optimize opioid prescribing after minimally invasive hysterectomy. Currently, our standard prescribing is 150 oral morphine equivalents. However, recent studies show that half of the opioids prescribed are not used. We would like to include the patient in the decision making of the opioid prescribing. We have designed a randomized controlled trial to prescribe standard (150 oral morphine equivalents) or patient directed (less than or equal to 150 ...

Reducing Transition Drug Risk

Patient transfer between sites of care is regular practice during an episode of care in our current health care system. Yet inter-site transfer is associated with lapses in care quality that adversely affect patient outcomes. A common iatrogenic harm precipitated at the time of transfer is harm from drug prescribing, or adverse drug events (ADEs). In this study we will evaluate a medication reconciliation tool developed to help providers make effective prescribing decisions ...

Long Term Effect of General Practitioner Education on Antibiotic Prescribing

Respiratory tract infections are the most common indication for antibiotic prescribing in primary care. Several studies have shown a strong relationship between antibiotic use and bacterial resistance. The aim of this trial was to assess the long-term effect of a continuous education program on general practitioners antibiotic prescribing behaviour. 170 physicians were included in this study. Physicians randomized in the education group attended a two days seminar focused on ev...

Psychotropic Drug Use in the Elderly Living in Nursing Homes and the Influence of a Structured Drug Review

The overall aim of this study is to explore if a structured drug review will change clinical symptoms and the psychotropic drugs prescription rate in the elderly living in nursing homes (participants of the study). The study will examine how training of nursing home physicians on reviewing prescription lists using the Norwegian general practice criteria - Nursing homes (NorGeP-NH) will influence the participants` clinical symptoms such as cognition, depression, anxiety and thei...

A Quality Improvement Project to Investigate Individual Provider Variation in Opioid Prescribing From the Emergency Department

This is a study of emergency physicians' prescribing patterns related to opioid (narcotic) medications. We are trying to determine whether giving providers access to their own prescribing data influences their prescribing patterns.

Prospective Observational Study Evaluating Treatment Decision Impact of Prosigna® in Early Stage Breast Cancer Patients

This multicenter, prospectively designed study examines whether the Prosigna score influences physician and patient adjuvant treatment selection over and above currently used prognostic factors. This study also examines the impact of the test results on patients' reported outcomes, including their decisional conflict status and anxiety levels.

The PIP-STOPP Study

The overall objective of the present study will be to describe the occurrence of Potentially Inappropriate Prescribing (PIP) in Ontario's elderly (>65 yrs) population, assess the health and economic burden associated with it, and evaluate interventions aimed at mitigating its effects. To attain this objective, the investigators will test three specific hypotheses: Hypothesis 1: Instances of Potentially Inappropriate Prescribing are frequent and costly. To test this hypo...

Behavioral Insights to Encourage Judicious Prescribing of Opioids

In collaboration with the San Diego Medical Examiner's Office and the State of California's controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation System (CURES), we propose to review opioid poisonings over the past 12 months and will send letters to prescribers in California when at least one of their prescription(s) was filled by a patient who died of an opioid poisoning in San Diego County. The letters will be non-judgmental and factual, explaining that a patient of theirs w...

Remote Physician Care for Home Hospital Patients

This study examines the implications of providing remote physician care to home hospitalized patients compared to usual home hospital care with in-person/in-home physician visits.

Using Nudges to Increase Evidence-Based Statin Prescribing

In this study, the investigators will conduct a pragmatic, cluster-randomized, controlled trial to evaluate an active choice intervention with and without social comparison feedback to increase physician statin prescribing rates for eligible patients.

Reducing Concurrent Opioid-Benzodiazepine Prescriptions

The purpose of this effort is to use informative e-mails to improve the process of prescribing of opioids and benzodiazepines within the National Capital Region/Military Health System (NCR/MHS), with the aim of decreasing concurrent opioid and benzodiazepine prescribing.

CMO Letter to Reduce Inappropriate Antibiotic Prescribing Winter 2019/2020

This trial aims to reduce inappropriate prescription of antibiotics and broad spectrum antibiotics by general practitioners (GPs) in England. Unnecessary prescriptions are defined as those that do not improve patient health outcomes. The intervention is to send GPs a letter from the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) that gives feedback on their practice's prescribing levels. There will be three intervention samples: 1. practices whose prescribing in the past year was under ...

Encouraging Judicious Prescribing of Opioids in Los Angeles County

In collaboration with the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner's Office and the State of California's controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation System (CURES), the investigators propose to review opioid poisonings over 12 months and send letters to prescribers in California when at least one of the provider's prescription(s) was filled by a patient who died of an opioid poisoning in Los Angeles County. The letters will be non-judgmental and factual, explaining that ...

Using Clinical Alerts to Decrease Inappropriate Medication Prescribing

Introduction: The Beers list identifies medications that should be avoided in persons 65 years or older because they are ineffective, pose an unnecessarily high risk, or a safer alternative is available. In a recent study, we found a high rate of prescribing of Beers list medications to hospitalized patients. At Baystate, 41% of medical patients received at least one Beers list drug classified as "high severity," meaning it carried a high risk for an adverse drug react...

Inter-Mountain Project on Antimicrobial Resistance and Therapy (IMPART)

This is a four-year study, funded by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, related to antimicrobial resistance in rural communities. The project consists of four components: A) surveillance of antimicrobial resistance, B) promotion of appropriate antimicrobial drug prescribing, C) preliminary assessment of the environmental impact of antimicrobials, and D) the development of new antimicrobial products. Six rural communities in Utah, and six rural communities in I...

CMO Letter to Reduce Unnecessary Antibiotic Prescribing March 2018

This trial aims to reduce unnecessary prescription of antibiotics by general practitioners (GPs) in England. Unnecessary prescriptions are defined as those that do not improve patient health outcomes. The intervention is to send GPs a letter from the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) that gives feedback on their practice's prescribing levels. Specifically, GPs in practices whose prescribing has increase by more than 4% over the past year will receive a letter stating that "The great ...

To Motivate Elderly to Move

This study examines the short- and long-term-effects of different repeated frames in which an exercise program is offered on behavior (i.e., frequency of exercise) and motivation (i.e., autonomous/controlled) in older people (65+). The frames are manipulated experimentally as either prevention focused (e.g., to prevent worse health), promotion focused (e.g., to gain better health) or neutral (control condition).

Monitoring Patterns of Prescribing to Identify Changes in Access to ER/LA Opioid Analgesics

Changes in prescribing will be compared in prescribers from specialties whose prescribing is hypothesized to be relatively unaffected by the REMS (such as oncologists and hospice providers) versus those for whom the REMS could have greater impact on prescribing (e.g., dentists). Trends and changes in monthly prescription volume and average monthly prescription volume will be evaluated by prescriber specialty.

Educational and Informative Interventions to Tackle Inappropriate Use of Drugs in Italy

Pharmacological intervention is an essential step in health promotion. However, lots of drugs are often used in inappropriate ways, especially in elderly patients. This study is aiming at evaluating the effectiveness of educational and/or informative interventions addressed to general practitioners and their adult patients in Italy, in order to improve appropriateness of prescribing in primary care.


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