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Training pharmacy technicians to administer immunizations.
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the effectiveness of an immunization training program for pharmacy technicians on technicians' self-reported confidence, knowledge, and number of vaccines administered. Expand
Supervising pharmacists' opinions about pharmacy technicians as immunizers.
OBJECTIVES To determine the opinions of pharmacists who supervise immunizing pharmacy technicians regarding initial trust of immunizing technicians, perceived quality of the training program, needExpand
Rural patient perceptions of pharmacist-provided chronic condition management in a state with provider status.
OBJECTIVE To understand rural patient opinions regarding their willingness to participate in pharmacist-provided chronic condition management. DESIGN Qualitative semi-structured key informantExpand
Using the Patient Activation Measure during a pharmacist-led rural patient home visit pilot project.
BACKGROUND Many pharmacists use motivational interviewing as a tool to inspire patients to engage in managing their health. Assessing patient engagement and willingness to actively participate inExpand
A case of pharmacist-led care team interventions to maximize rural patient quality of life
Abstract A 64-year-old rural home bound patient in Washington State was identified to be at increased risk for negative health care outcomes related to chronic end kidney disease and poorlyExpand
Patient Fall Risk Caused by Unintended Diphenhydramine Use.
A 62-year-old patient living in a rural community was referred to participate in a pharmacist-led home visit program because of concerns with the patient's increasing falls and medication complexity.Expand
Medication Management; Hypertensive Crisis During a Home Visit.
This report describes a case of hypertensive crisis identified by two pharmacists conducting a patient home visit. A 72-year-old woman living in a rural town in Eastern Washington state was referredExpand