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In the second of two insightful sessions, hear directly from pharmacy researchers as they deliver 15-minute presentations on their latest papers from the world of Economic, Social, and Administrative Sciences (ESAS), followed by an interactive Q&A period.
Health Care Practitioner Counseling on Medication Disposal Predicts Disposal of Unused Opioid Medications in Patients Taking Opioids for Non-Cancer Pain. Varisco T, Fleming M, Bapat S, Thornton D, University of Houston
New Onset Persistent Opioid Use Among Older Adult Breast Cancer Survivors. Roberts A, University of Kansas Medical Center, Fergestrom N, Winn A, Neuner J, Medical College of Wisconsin
Community Pharmacists’ Perceptions of their Role in the Opioid Epidemic. Teeter B, Curran G, Martin B, Drummond K, Thannisch M, University of Arkansas for Medical, Freeman P, University of Kentucky, Bradley K, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute, Edlund M, RTI International
Immunization Registry Implementation in Community Pharmacy: A Qualitative Study Using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR). Hastings T, Zhao Y, Fox B, Quan J, Lakin L, Westrick S, Auburn University, Ha D, Keck Graduate Institute
Patient Preferences for Features of Community-Based Fall Prevention Programs: a Systematic Literature Review and Qualitative Meta-Synthesis. Hohmann N, Qian J, Westrick S, Hunt C, Garza K, Auburn University, Hincapie A, University of Cincinnati
An Educational Strategy to Improve Adolescents’ Knowledge of Prescription Medications. King S, Bugg S, Mattox C, Union University, King E, West Tennessee Healthcare
At the completion of this knowledge-based activity, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the research presented and its application to contemporary pharmacy practice.
2. Discuss strategies for applying the research presented to their own practice.
3. Articulate ideas and additional research aspects that could be explored based on the research presented.