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A prospective, multicenter, observational evaluation of the safety and efficacy of the FRED® device in the treatment of intracranial aneurysms.
The purpose of this study is to formulate definitions of doctor/pharmacy shopping and evaluate its association with abuse/addiction
This Team Education and Adherence Monitoring (TEAM) trial will evaluate the cost-effectiveness of a pharmacy-based intervention in a randomized controlled trial involving 597 treated hypertensive African American patients in five Wisconsin cities. The study involves 28 community pharmacies (14 intervention, 14 control) owned by two pharmacy corporations. Intervention pharmacists and pharmacy technicians implemented a 6-month blood pressure (BP) monitoring program that involve...
This mixed-methods study follows a prospective cohort of patients receiving Mifeprex ® (mifepristone) for medication abortion dispensed by pharmacists after undergoing standard clinical evaluation. Women participating in this study will obtain mifepristone and misoprostol from the pharmacy instead of in the clinic. To assess feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of pharmacy dispensing of mifepristone, the study will survey patients, evaluate their clinical outcomes fro...
The main objective of this study is to evaluate the impact of the presence of a pharmacy technician in a care unit (Hepato-Gastroenterology Department) on detected medication errors. This is a before-after study consisting of three sequential phases: Month 1: one month of observation of what is happening in the department Month 2: one month wash out period Month 3: active participation of a pharmacy technician in the department
To evaluate the reasons patients go to more than one prescriber or more than one pharmacy to obtain prescriptions opioids and assess whether the percentage of patients reporting misuse, abuse and/or diversion increases across defined categories of doctor/pharmacy shopping as defined in Study 4A.
The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of a comprehensive pharmacy care program on medication adherence and persistence, blood pressure, and LDL cholesterol.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether pharmacist-driven patient interventions can have an effect on the number of herpes zoster (Zostavax) vaccinations given in a community pharmacy setting.
Medication errors are considered by WHO to be a subject that requires attention at all levels of care, in order to reduce the serious and preventable damage related to medication. These strategies are aimed at the patient's safety policy. In Colombia, at the regulatory level there is no standardized clinical pharmacy model where the role of the clinical pharmacist is described extensively and in detail, and in addition, data are unknown of the scope or direct effect of the inc...
In France, consumption of hypnotic drugs is high. In this context, and given the planned regulatory modifications, it seems essential to make an inventory of the consumption of drugs taken for a hypnotic purpose. This study aims to identify the substances (medical or not) used for a hypnotic purpose in the adult population going to a pharmacy.
The aim of this before-after study was to assess the impact of a clinical pharmacy bundle of care activities on patient outcomes (length of hospital stay as a primary endpoint) and cost expenditure in two French ICUs.
Self-management of medical abortion (MA) pills purchased from pharmacies is considered to be one of the reasons behind falling morbidity and mortality from unsafe abortion in recent years. While pharmacy workers commonly sell MA medications over the counter, they have inadequate knowledge about how women should take the medications and their potential complications, and do not offer adequate information and counselling to women buying the drugs. This study aims to evaluate if a...
Complications resulting from medications, or adverse drug events (ADEs), are prevalent and are a major source of excess morbidity and costs. ADEs are particularly problematic in older patients because of their higher burden of comorbidity and diminished physiologic reserve. In addition, older patients are more likely to be exposed to polypharmacy, a major risk factor for ADEs. While ADEs may be idiosyncratic, many result from medical errors and inadequate systems for ensurin...
This study will test whether enhanced continuity of pharmacy care that includes increased communication between inpatient and outpatient settings will improve the appropriateness of medication therapy and reduce the number of serious adverse drug events, hospitalizations and unscheduled office visits in vulnerable patients with cardiovascular disease, pulmonary disease or diabetes.
This study aims to assess whether it is feasible to use a point of care test to increase the detection of coeliac disease in a pharmacy setting.
This study aims to compare patient use of and satisfaction with community pharmacist-delivered pharmacogenetic (PGx) testing delivered along or as part of a medication therapy management (MTM) service. Pharmacist and patient outcome measures will be collected by surveys, interviews, and review of pharmacy records.
The investigators propose a randomized encouragement trial to encourage use of the existing mail order pharmacy services among diabetes patients with poor adherence to CVD risk factor medications in 3 health care systems: Kaiser Permanente Northern California, Harvard Pilgrim, and Kaiser Permanente Hawaii.
This study seeks to determine whether education provided in community pharmacies and monthly reminder calls can improve compliance with asthma medications. We hypothesize that those pediatric patients with asthma 12 months to 12 years of age who receive comprehensive asthma care as part of a validated intervention (1) who are randomized to receive enhanced community pharmacy care will have significantly greater compliance with inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) six months after enr...
To assess whether the percentage of patients with behaviors suggestive of misuse, diversion, abuse and/or addiction described in the medical record increases across pre-defined categories of increasing doctor/pharmacy shopping behavior.
The investigators hope to determine if community pharmacists can improve adherence to potentially life-saving medications among patients who patronize their store. By training an entire community pharmacy staff in the area of medication adherence, providing principles, concepts, and tools, the investigators can teach them to prevent some of their clients from becoming non-adherent to lipid-lowering/cardiovascular medications.
The primary purpose of this study is to evaluate the patient education efficacy of the pharmacists in National Taiwan University Hospital. We randomize patient family into one of the following three groups: 1. To read the package insert of the drug 2. To read the education information provided by Pharmacy of NTUH 3. Oral education provided by the pharmacist Then we will evaluate the difference on patient knowledge of reconstitution, storage, and administra...
The purpose of this study is to see if it is a feasible arrangement to have women receive their second and third birth control injection (with Depo-Provera) at a pharmacy compared with receiving it a Planned Parenthood Clinic. Compliance with returning for injections as well as patient satisfaction with the method, providers, and location where injection was received will be assessed and compared between the two sites. The hypothesis is that there will be no difference in retu...
The Community Hypertension Assessment Trial (CHAT) is an investigation of the effect of community pharmacy based blood pressure (BP) monitoring sessions led by peer health educators, with feedback to family physicians, on the monitoring and management of blood pressure among older adults.
The overall objective of the proposed pilot study is to begin evaluation of two methods for promoting adherence to guidelines for beta-blocker therapy in heart failure. The design includes site level baseline measurement, feedback, remeasurement after six months, and randomized (by site) comparison samples. The setting is VA sites, with intervention directed at the pharmacy.
The aim of the project is to evaluate effectiveness of a multidimensional pharmaceutical care plan in improving compliance among elderly polypharmacy users at community pharmacy settings. The specific objective of the project is to determine effects of pharmaceutical care program on medication adherence and persistence among elderly polypharmacy users.