Martine Kruijtbosch

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According to a report published by the federation of Dutch patients’ associations, patients would like to see a pharmacist, who acts more as a personal adviser. This raised the question, how often Dutch community pharmacists have personal consultations with their patients in daily practice, on which factors this depends, and what kind of topics are(More)
BACKGROUND Adequate dosing of medication in renal impairment to prevent hospitalizations and adverse reactions is a growing concern in the aging society. There are several dosing guidelines available, but structural use is uncommon. OBJECTIVE To perform a retrospective analysis of the incidence of required versus implemented dosage adjustments according(More)
BACKGROUND Documentation of diseases and intolerabilities in electronic patient records (EPRs) in pharmacies is needed to produce an alert in case a contraindicated medicine is prescribed. Limited research is available concerning EPRs in pharmacies. OBJECTIVE To study the prevalence and quality of documentation of diseases and intolerabilities in EPRs in(More)
BACKGROUND Pharmacists are increasingly acknowledging their responsibility to inform and counsel patients. However, it is unclear how these tasks are implemented and whether patients' needs are being fulfilled. OBJECTIVE To examine patients' perceptions of information received at the start of selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) treatment, aiming(More)
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