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Volume 05, Number 3, 2014  [17]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/170652

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Examining the Effect of a Medication Synchronization or an Education Program on Health Outcomes of Hypertensive Patients in a Community Pharmacy Setting

DiDonato, Kristen L.; Vetter, Kristin R.; Liu, Yifei; May, Justin R.; Hartwig, D. Matthew (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2014)
Objective: To examine the effect of a medication synchronization or education program on hypertensive health outcomes. Methods: This study used a design of randomized controlled trial lasting four months taking place ...

Identifying barriers to influenza vaccination recommendation adherence in an academic outpatient primary care clinic setting

Buu, Jenni; Mullin, Shantel; McAdam-Marx, Carrie; Solomon, Margaret; Jennings, Brandon T. (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2014)
Objective: The objectives of this study were to identify barriers to influenza vaccination recommendation adherence and determine potential methods to improve influenza vaccination rates at the outpatient primary care ...

Evaluating the Impact of Drug Dispensing Systems on the Safety and Efficiency in a Singapore Outpatient Pharmacy

Ong, Peter Y.S.; Chen, Li Li; Wong, Jane Ai; Gunawan, Yeyen; Goh, Wei Jiang; Tan, Mui Chai; Lee, Soo Boon (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2014)
Purpose: Automation of pharmacy workflow can reduce medication errors as well as improve efficiency of the medication picking, packing and labeling process. Since September 2012, two drug dispensing systems (DDS) began ...

Immunization Tour: Preparing for Mass Immunization through Pharmacy and Nursing Interprofessional Student-led Service-learning

Moon, Jean; Pfeiffer, Jeanne; Adwan, Jehad; Rudie, Maria; Uden, Don (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2014)
Pharmacy and nursing students piloted a collaborative student initiative to administer mass influenza immunizations to a large university campus. Through the support of the School of Nursing, College of Pharmacy, and ...

Interview with the Medicine Man: A Case Study of a Traditional Malian Healer

Rovers, John (University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, 2014)
Pharmacists are commonly members of medical mission teams that provide health care services in underdeveloped countries. Although pharmacists and others often find their service on a mission trip to be positive and life ...

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