Lauren S Bloodworth

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OBJECTIVE To describe and provide preliminary clinical and economic outcomes from a pharmacist-delivered patient-centered health care (PCHC) model implemented in the Mississippi Delta. SETTING Mississippi between July 2008 and June 2010. PRACTICE DESCRIPTION 13 community pharmacies in nine Mississippi Delta counties. PRACTICE INNOVATION This PCHC(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the impact of a multipreceptor approach to facilitating topic discussions on students' knowledge and confidence in clinical decision-making during an ambulatory care advanced pharmacy practice experiences (APPEs). DESIGN Faculty members with relevant expertise and experience facilitated discussions with fourth-year doctor of pharmacy(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the impact of a faculty-directed, residency interest group on the knowledge, confidence, and preparedness about residency-related topics of third-year (P3) and fourth-year (P4) pharmacy students. DESIGN Faculty members implemented residency interest group sessions on residency and career preparation for P3 and P4 students. Group(More)
OBJECTIVE The national initiative, Project IMProving America's Communities Together (IMPACT): Diabetes, was intended to scale a proven American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Foundation process model, which integrates pharmacists on the collaborative health-care team, in communities greatly affected by diabetes to improve key indicators of diabetes. This(More)
Poor communication of medical information during care transitions can lead to medication errors, adverse drug events, and increased health care costs. The crucial pharmacist's role sometimes requires efforts to improve documentation. Here, we describe our experience integrating a pharmacist into a medical team at a federally qualified health center.
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