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Impact Of A Veterans Affairs Primary Care Collaboration To

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Abstract Introduction Developing remote team-based care and telehealth introductory pharmacy practice experiences (IPPEs) in primary care is desirable. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) endor


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Hero Clinical Pharmacists And The COVID 19 Pandemic

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health care professionals.”1 The operative words here in this definition are “direct patient care”: that is, they are at high risk during this pan-demic similar to physicians, nurses, and others. They show up everyday along with their colleagues. Yet, in (appropriately and assuredly) praising

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What Is The Ideal Clinical Pharmacy Practice Model

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This is a prospective study conducted in a tertiary care facility comparing different pharmacy practice models by assessing the satisfaction of different members of the health care team through satisfaction surveys. Assuming 15% difference, 116 observations were required for each arm.


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Virtual Care Revolution: Impact On Clinical Pharmacy

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The acceptance of technology coupled with advancements in legislation, policy, and technologies has resulted in expanded applications within the health care system. While continued expansion of virtual care seems inevitable, there remain challenges to ensuring both access to virtual care and the safety and effectiveness of the care delivered.


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JACCP: JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CLINICAL

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This themed issue will address current opioid-related initiatives and innovations in clinical pharmacy practice, advocacy, health care policy and education. Priority will be given to manuscripts which have a focus on safe opioid prescribing, harm reduction, and the impact of clinical pharmacists on the treatment of opioid use disorder (OUD).


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Climate Care Is Health Care: A Call For Collaborative

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Climate change and ecosystem degradation threaten human health and exacerbate pre-existing social determinants of health. The prescription drug sector accounts for a significant portion of health care system contributions to greenhouse gas and waste production.

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Combating Pharmacist Burnout: A Model For Critical Care

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Burnout is a growing phenomenon among health care professionals in whom the prevalence has been estimated at greater than 50%. The adverse outcomes of burnout affect individuals, institutions, and patients. Although burnout literature in the profession of pharmacy is somewhat lacking, emerging data suggest a similar prevalence.


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A Survey Of Critical Care Pharmacists To Patient Ratios

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Introduction. Pharmacists are widely recognized members of the critical care health care team. However, unlike other health care professions, critical care pharmacists do not have standardized pharmacist to patient ratios that establish maximal cost-efficiency while maintaining optimal patient safety.


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Credentialing And Privileging For Clinical Pharmacists

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plex health care system call for an expanded credentialing process to ensure that clinical pharmacists practicing in such roles have the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care in a team-based envi-ronment. In addition, use of a credentialing process for clinical phar-macists that mirrors the process used by physicians and other


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Management Of Extravasation

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Health care–specific factors : Lack of knowledge of intravenous access establishment or access skills: Lack of knowledge of common vesicants: Distractions or lack of monitoring for infiltration during drug administration of high-risk drugs: Infiltration during overnight shift

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Quantitative Analysis Of Nonvisit Care Activities

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Department of Family Medicine, Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Healthcare in Sparta, Sparta, Wisconsin. Correspondence. Marc D. Tumerman, Department of Family Medicine, Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Healthcare in Sparta, 310 W Main St, Sparta, WI 54656. Email: [email protected] Search for more papers by this author

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Incorporating Social Determinants Of Health Into

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Given the prevalence of social determinants of health and the dramatic effect they have on a patient's health and wellbeing, more work needs to be done to determine how health care teams can incorporate and address social determinants of health into their visits. This work provides an important first step to understanding how incorporating

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Addressing Burnout In Clinical Pharmacy: What Can We Learn

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Burnout is a growing concern across health care disciplines. Burnout is a prolonged response to persistent work-related stressors and includes elements of exhaustion, depersonalization, and perceived ineffectiveness.


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Cost‐benefit Of Reimbursement For Pharmaceutical Care In

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The aim of this study is to illustrate the implementation of the reimbursement policy of National Health Insurance for pharmaceutical care in Taiwan, to determine its influences on current health care practices, and to evaluate the quantity of pharmacy interventions.

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Adapting Clinical Pharmacy Staffing Models During The

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1 INTRODUCTION. Clinical pharmacists provide a key role on the interprofessional health care team, with activities including optimization of pharmacotherapy, drug-allergy clarification, therapeutic drug monitoring, nutrition support, facilitation of drug access, management of drug formulary, and participation on cardiopulmonary resuscitation teams. 1, 2 Boots-on-the-ground activities by


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JACCP: JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CLINICAL …

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American College of Clinical Pharmacy. World Headquarters . 13000 W. 87th St. Parkway. Suite 100. Lenexa, KS 66215-4530. Telephone: (913) 492-3311


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Comprehensive Guidance For Antibiotic Dosing In Obese

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Department of Pharmacy, Stanford Health Care, Stanford, California. Stanford Antimicrobial Safety and Sustainability Program, Stanford Health Care, Stanford, California. Address for correspondence: Lina Meng, Stanford Health Care, 300 Pasteur Drive, M/C 5616 Room H0301, Stanford, CA 94305-5105; e-mail: [email protected]


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Comprehensive Guidance For Antibiotic Dosing In Obese Adults

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Comprehensive Guidance for Antibiotic Dosing in Obese Adults Lina Meng,1,2* Emily Mui,1,2 Marisa K. Holubar,2,3 and Stan C. Deresinski2,3 1Department of Pharmacy, Stanford Health Care, Stanford, California; 2Stanford Antimicrobial Safety and Sustainability Program, Stanford Health Care, Stanford, California; 3Division of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine, Stanford University School


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The Impact Of Educational Interventions On Antibiotic

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Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. School of Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Search for more papers by this author

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Development And Validation Of A Systematic Process For

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Comprehensive medication management (CMM) is a patient-centered process for ensuring medication optimization and improving patient health outcomes that is delivered by a clinical pharmacist working in collaboration with the patient and other health care providers.

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Cultural Competence In Health Care And Its Implications

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One critical aspect of reducing health disparities is moving health care providers, staff, administrators, and practices toward increased cultural competence and proficiency. Effective delivery of culturally and linguistically appropriate service in cross-cultural settings is identified as cultural competence. Culture is a dynamic process, with

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Health Literacy: A Review

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fewer years of education, had health problems, or were imprisoned. As health care professionals, we must work to increase the awareness of health illiteracy and begin to identify and implement solutions to improve the health care needs of these patients. Definitions Literacy, in the United States, is defined as the basic ability to read and

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Cultural Competency In Health Care And Its Implications

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Culture influences patients' beliefs and behaviors toward health and illness. As the U.S. population becomes more diverse, a critical need exists for pharmacy education to incorporate patient-centered culturally sensitive health care knowledge and skills into the curriculum.

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A Survey Of Critical Care Pharmacists To Patient Ratios

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Nutrition, Grady Health System, Atlanta, Georgia Correspondence Timothy W. Jones, The University of Georgia College of Pharmacy, 1120 15th Street, HM-118, Augusta, GA 30912. Email: [email protected] Abstract Introduction: Pharmacists are widely recognized members of the critical care health care team.


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JACCP: JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CLINICAL

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The Author's Respond to Comment on Haase et al. Addressing burnout in clinical pharmacy: What can we learn from other health care disciplines? Krystal K. Haase Pharm.D., FCCP , …


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Managing COVID 19 In Renal

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Novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome virus (SARS-CoV-2) has become a global health care crisis. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lists immunocompromised patients, including those requiring immunosuppression following renal transplantation, as high risk for severe disease from

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Ambulatory Care Practice In The COVID 19 Era: Redesigning

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Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Wayne State University, 259 Mack Avenue, Suite 2190, Detroit, MI 48201. Email: [email protected] Abstract The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has created a variety of challenges for health care professionals, including ambulatory care clinical pharmacists. High-quality remote and minimal-contact care has become a

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Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Care, And The Quality Of

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Department of Pharmacy Health Care Administration, College of Pharmacy, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Department of Pharmacy Health Care Administration, Box 100496, College of Pharmacy, University of Florida, Room 3334, HPNP Building, 101 South Newell Drive, Gainesville, FL 32610–0496.Search for more papers by this author


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Global Contributions Of Pharmacists During COVID 19 Pandemic

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day providing essential health care services throughout the pan-demic. Pharmacists are medication experts providing patient care in a variety of settings including hospitals, clinics, community pharma-cies, long-term care, physician offices, and national and public health. Pharmacists are among the most accessible health care profes-

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Climate Care Is Health Care: A Call For Collaborative

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The prescription drug sector accounts for a significant portion of health care system contributions to greenhouse gas and waste production. Pharmacists are therefore well‐positioned to transform health care toward environmentally sustainable models; however, additional pharmacist education on climate mitigation and sustainable practice is needed.

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Rethinking The Drug Distribution

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Health care workers may be particularly vulnerable to psychosocial symptoms related to work conditions and feelings of fear and frustration. The rapid rise in the number of COVID-19 infections in certain areas of the United States, including NYC, led to a large influx of hospitalized patients that quickly overburdened health care systems.


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Use Of Remdesivir In Myasthenia Gravis And COVID‐19

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1 INTRODUCTION. Myasthenia gravis (MG) is an autoimmune disease that leads to fatigable skeletal muscle weakness. Antibodies targeting acetylcholine receptors, or functionally related molecules such as muscle-specific kinase or lipoprotein receptor-related receptor 4, in the postsynaptic membrane of the neuromuscular junction result in failure of neuromuscular transmission. 1 The …

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Cultural Competence In Health Care And Its Implications

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Within today’s health care system, health disparities have been well documented.1–19 One critical aspect of reducing health disparities is improving cultural competence in health care providers, staff, administrators, and clinical practices. Pharmacists are integral members of

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Analgesia And Sedation Strategies In Mechanically

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mize exposure risk to health care workers. Pro-motion of light sedation, sedation interruption, and avoidance of deliriogenic pharmacotherapies has been difficult or, in some cases, impossible to apply. A strategy of light sedation tends to reduce time to extubation and tracheostomy placement with inconsistently beneficial effects on delirium,


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Infections Caused By Resistant Gram‐Negative Bacteria

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A global increase in the number of infections caused by gram-negative bacteria has occurred in recent years, with infections caused by these organisms often more prevalent than gram-positive infections in many settings. 1 The growing risk of antimicrobial resistance among gram-negative bacteria is a worldwide problem due to the potential for rapid spread of resistance mechanisms and …


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“To Be Or Not To Be In The Ward”: The Impact

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Around the world, health care systems have been significantly impacted by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Health care facilities have been forced to restructure their services and systems in order to prioritize infection control and manage COVID-19 patients. 1 There have been reports of health care workers being reassigned to areas deemed more essential, as well …


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Improving Adherence To Oral Cancer Therapy In Clinical

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Nonadherence may lead to an increased risk of toxicity, decreased effectiveness, and increased utilization of health care resources. Although various methods for measuring adherence are available, self-reporting is the most widely used. Studies describing adherence in a broad range of cancers are reviewed.

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Clinical Pharmacy Services, Pharmacy Staffing, And

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health care in general, as well as for our profession and discipline. Key Words: clinical pharmacy services, pharmacy staffing, mortality rates, reduced deaths. (Pharmacotherapy 2007;27(4):481–493) Six years ago, using data from 1992, we published a series of two articles that evaluated the association between hospital pharmacist


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Pharmaceutical Care And Specialty Practice

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Department of Pharmacy Health Care Administration, Box 100496, College of Pharmacy, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32610–0496. Search for more papers by …


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Role Of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists In Outpatient

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Outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy (OPAT) is a well-established mechanism to facilitate patient discharge, lower inpatient admission cost, and decrease the risk of health care–acquired infections. Although there are numerous benefits to patients and health care institutions, OPAT is complex and not without risks.


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A Multidisciplinary Team Approach To Managing Alzheimer's

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With today's drive to reduce health care costs, any plan for managing these patients must produce maximum effectiveness at the lowest possible cost. A multidisciplinary team potentially offers both effective and efficient dementia care by eliminating duplicative or ineffective services and maintaining the optimum health of the patient and family.


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Journal Of The American College Of Clinical Pharmacy

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• Reimbursement outcomes of a pharmacist-physician co-visit model in a Federally Qualified Health Center • Gonzalvo J.D., Kenneally A.M., Pence L., et al. Association between admission medication reconciliation by pharmacists on the accuracy of hospital discharge medication lists • …


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Health Literacy: A Review

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Illiteracy has become an increasingly important problem, especially as it relates to health care. A national survey found that almost half of the adult population has deficiencies in reading or computation skills. The consequences of inadequate health literacy include poorer health status, lack of knowledge about medical care and medical

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Future Clinical Pharmacy Practitioners Should Be Board

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health care organizations to validate professional licensure, clinical experience, and preparations for specialty practice.”10 Moreover, the author stated that credentialing is what is required for health care professionals to be hired in a health system and awarded specific patient care privileges. In that same review, privileging was


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Patient Variables Associated With Nafcillin Plasma

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Address for correspondence: Russell J. Benefield, Infectious Diseases, University of Utah Health Care, 50 N. Medical Drive, Pharmacy Administration, Room A‐050, Salt Lake City, UT 84132; e‐mail: [email protected] for more papers by this author


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Pharmacists Leadership In A Medication Shortage Response

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Yale New Haven Health (YNHH) is a multi-hospital academic health system located along the Connecticut shoreline comprised of four delivery networks spanning from the New York border into Rhode Island with 2475 total beds. In 2012, YNHH began to consolidate and systematize its response to medication shortages across all inpatient sites.

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Implementation Science To Advance Care Delivery: A Primer

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Health care is experiencing increasing pressure to implement evidence-based interventions that improve quality, control costs, and maximize value. Unfortunately, many clinical services and interventions to optimize medication use do not consistently produce the intended humanistic, clinical, and economic outcomes.

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Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacotherapy: Complicated And

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Department of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina Health Care, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA. Correspondence. Christina Teeter Doligalski, Department of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina Health Care, 101 Manning Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514, USA. Email: [email protected] Search for more papers by this author

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