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A quarterly publication featuring case studies, clinical experiences, commentaries, idea papers, original research, review articles, and student projects that focus on leading edge, novel ideas for improving, modernizing, and advancing pharmacy practice, education, and policy.

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Health Information Exchange to Support a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

Cochran, Gary L.; Klepser, Donald G.; Morien, Marsha; Lander, Lina (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2015)
Objective: To describe barriers to the utilization of a query based Health Information Exchange (HIE) that supports a statewide Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP). Methods: Emergency room (ER) prescribers were ...

Pharmacovigilance Programme of India

Kumar, Duvvuru Ashok; Reddenna, Languluri; Basha, Shaik Ayub (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2015)
Pharmacovigilance is defined as “the pharmacological science relating to the detection, assessment, understanding and prevention of adverse effects, principally long term and short term adverse effects of medicines.” It ...

Baseline Knowledge and Education on Patient Safety in the Ambulatory Care Setting for 4th Year Pharmacy Students

Skelley, Jessica W.; Carpenter, Chase; Elkins, Trisha; Woolley Jr, Thomas W.; Dugan, B. DeeAnn (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2015)
Objectives: To assess the baseline knowledge of fourth year student pharmacists on their ability to properly identify and categorize medication related problems (MRP) during their Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience ...

Technology in the Pharmacy Learning Environment: Surveys of Use and Misuse

Begley, Kimberley J.; Monaghan, Michael S.; Clavier, Cheri W.; Lugo, Ralph A.; Crouch, Michael A. (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2015)
The use of technology in the classroom may have positive and negative effects on learning. The purpose of this investigation was twofold: to identify the effect technology is having on the pharmacy learning environment; ...

Method validation in pharmaceutical analysis: from theory to practical optimization

Eserian, Jaqueline Kaleian; Lombardo, Marcia (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2015)
The validation of analytical methods is required to obtain high-quality data. For the pharmaceutical industry, method validation is crucial to ensure the product quality as regards both therapeutic efficacy and patient ...

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