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Pharmacy researchers continue to unlock vital new discoveries and game-changing insights. Come hear directly from the investigators as they present their findings in the first of two such sessions. And be sure to stick around for the Q + A.
Psychosocial Experiences of African American Patients with Type 2 Diabetes: An Application of the Common Sense Model of Illness. Shiyanbola O, Ward E, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Brown C, University of Texas at Austin
Exploring how Knowledge, Attitudes and Recommendation Sources Affect Over-the-Counter-Medication Use In US Adults. White K, Fawaz S, Saab A, Bach A, Chapman University
The Impact of a Culturally Relevant Psychoeducational Intervention on Depression Health Care Seeking among African American College Students. Bamgbade B, Northeastern University, Barner J, Brown C, Ford K, Burdine K, Lawson W, The University of Texas at Austin
Understanding Consumers’ Decision Making for Using a Comprehensive Medication Review (CMR) Service: A Mail Survey. Zhang Y, Virginia Commonwealth University, Doucette W, The University of Iowa
Study to Measure the Impact of Pharmacists and Pharmacy Services (STOMPP) on Medication Non-Adherence. Pinto S, Simon A, The University of Toledo, Rocha R, The Pharmacy Counter, Osundina F, Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Inc., Jordan M, US Air Force
Caught in the Middle: Community Pharmacists’ Beliefs about Dispensing Opioids in the Midst of an Opioid Epidemic. Curran G, Teeter B, Drummond K, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Freeman T, Schoenberg N, University of Kentucky, Bradley K, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute, Edlund M, RTI International.
At the completion of this knowledge-based activity, participants will be able to: