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Bridging the Gap: Knowledge Seeking and Sharing in a Virtual Community of Emergency Practice
Disparities exist between rural and urban emergency departments with respect to knowledge resources such as online journals and clinical specialists. As knowledge is a critical element in theExpand
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A Qualitative Study of Antipsychotic Medication Experiences of Youth.
OBJECTIVE To explore the lived experience of youth who are prescribed antipsychotics. METHODS We conducted an interpretive phenomenology study of young people with recent experience of takingExpand
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A theory-informed approach to mental health care capacity building for pharmacists
BackgroundPharmacists are knowledgeable, accessible health care professionals who can provide services that improve outcomes in mental health care. Various challenges and opportunities can exist inExpand
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Guidance on opioid tapering in the context of chronic pain: Evidence, practical advice and frequently asked questions
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Public perceptions of pharmacist expanded scope of practice services in Nova Scotia
Background: Community pharmacists have been transitioning from traditional dispensing roles toward a much broader scope of practice. The objective of this research was to explore public perceptionsExpand
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Administrative claims data analysis of nurse practitioner prescribing for older adults.
AIM This paper is a report of a study to identify the patterns of prescribing by primary health care nurse practitioners for a cohort of older adults. BACKGROUND The older adult population is knownExpand
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Canadian Guidelines on Pharmacotherapy for Disruptive and Aggressive Behaviour in Children and Adolescents with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, or Conduct
Objective: To develop evidence-based guidelines on pharmacotherapy for severe disruptive and aggressive behaviour in children and adolescents with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD),Expand
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Prescribing trends of antipsychotics in youth receiving income assistance: results from a retrospective population database study
BackgroundPrescribing of antipsychotics (AP) to young people has increased in the last decade internationally. We aimed to characterize AP prescribing in a population of low-income youth in NovaExpand
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Community pharmacist services for people with mental illnesses: preferences, satisfaction, and stigma.
Objective: The aim of this study was to determine patient preferences, satisfaction, and perceived stigma related to community pharmacists. Methods: A total of 79 persons receiving psychotropicExpand
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Community pharmacists’ experiences in mental illness and addictions care: a qualitative study
BackgroundCommunity pharmacists are accessible health care professionals who encounter people with lived experience of mental illness and addictions in daily practice. Although some existing researchExpand
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