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General Practitioners’ perceptions of interprofessional collaboration with community pharmacists

By Stacey Sadler, P. Bissell, Claire Anderson, Anthony Avery and Michela Tinelli

Abstract

The Community Pharmacy Medicines Management Project (CPMMP) was a multi-centre randomised, controlled trial evaluating the contribution of community pharmacists to improving health outcomes for patients with coronary heart disease (CHD). The service consisted of a pharmacist initiated review of patients’ medication regimens drawing on clinical information transcribed from the patients’ medical notes, coupled with a face-to-face consultation with the patient. Pharmacists were expected to make recommendations to the general practitioner (GP) and patient concerning the appropriateness of medication regimens and provide relevant lifestyle advice. This paper presents findings about GPs’ perceptions and experiences of taking part in the CPMMP

Topics: RA Public aspects of medicine, RS Pharmacy and materia medica
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lse.ac.uk:37279
Provided by: LSE Research Online
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