Straight from the Source: APhA–APRS ESAS Contributed Papers Podium Session I

Description

Pharmacy researchers continually unlock vital new discoveries and game-changing insights. Hear research updates directly from the investigators as they present their findings in the first of two sessions related to Economic, Social, and Administrative Sciences (ESAS). Be sure to stick around for the in-depth Q&A. 

Examining the Medicare Part D Medication Therapy Management Program in the Context of Mental Health. Murugappan M, Seifert R, Farley J, University of Minnesota (298)

Using Journey Mapping to Understand the Patient Experience Associated with a Medicare Part D Plan Selection Service. Murry L, Witry M, The University of Iowa ((351)

Pharmacist Use of the Jung/Myers Model of Personality Types to Improve Screening, Engagement, and Support for Individuals Experiencing or Prone to Anxiety and Depression but are Undiagnosed. Olson A, Schommer J, University of Minnesota, Rickles N, University of Connecticut, Brown L, Chapman University, Tieger P, Speed Reading People, LLC (300)

Investigation of the Barriers and Facilitators of Medication Adherence in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Across Different Health Literacy Levels - A Mixed Methods Study. Huang Y, South Dakota State University, Shiyanbola O, Pecanac K, University of Wisconsin-Madison (12)

Prevalence of Psychosocial and Cognitive Multimorbidity in Older Adults with Atrial Fibrillation and Association with Health-Related Quality of Life and Symptom Burden: The SAGE-AF Study. Bamgbade B, Pierre-Louis I, Saczynski J, Northeastern University, Sanghai S, Lessard D, Forrester S, McManus D, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Waring M, University of Connecticut (32)

An Exploratory Sequential Mixed Methods Study to Adapt the Illness Perception Questionnaire for use with African Americans Towards Improving Diabetes Medication Adherence. Shiyanbola O, Rao D, Bolt D, Ward E, University of Wisconsin, Brown C, University of Texas-Austin (22)

Pharmacist Learning Objectives

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.
 
 
 
Learning Level: Level 2
Pathway: Day of Science
Track: Integrating Science into Practice
Session Time Slot(s): 
Date: 
Friday, March 20
Time: 
9:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Room: 
Gaylord National Resort - Chesapeake G-I
ACPE Pharmacist: 0202-0000-20-080-L04-P
CEUs Pharmacist: 0.2
Activity Type:
Knowledge-based