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Pharmacy researchers continually unlock vital new discoveries and game-changing insights. Come hear directly from the investigators as they present their findings in the first of two sessions related to Economic, Social, and Administrative Sciences (ESAS). And be sure to stick around for the in-depth Q&A.
Retail Clinics and Pharmacies: A Delphi Study of Pharmacist Impacts and Recommendations for Optimization. Olson A, Schommer J, Gaither C, University of Minnesota, Mott D, University of Wisconsin, Knapp K, Touro University, Doucette W, University of Iowa
Characteristics of Populations Receiving MTM Services Under Medicare Prescription Drug Benefits. Coe A, Farris K, University of Michigan, Omolola A. Adeoye O, Snyder M, Zillich A, Purdue University, Pestka D, Farley J, University of Minnesota
Patient Outcomes from Implementing an Enhanced Services Network in North Carolina Community Pharmacies. Urick B, University of North Carolina, Farley J, University of Minnesota
Testing a Pharmacist Occupational Fatigue Survey. Watterson T, Look K, Chui M, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Development and Testing of Implementation Strategies to Support a Proactive Intervention for Community Pharmacist-Initiated Prescribing and Dispensing of Naloxone to Reduce Opiod Overdose. Teeter B, Curran G, Martin B, Thannisch M, Zaller N, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Jones D, Harps Food Stores, Inc.
Pharmacists’ Role Conflict: Who will Give Patients the Information They Want About Their Opioids? Thakur T, Chewning B, University of Wisconsin
At the completion of this knowledge-based activity, participants will be able to: