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Smoking cessation in a homeless population: there is a will, but is there a way?
- S. Connor, R. Cook, Mary I. Herbert, S. Neal, Jennifer Williams
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of general internal medicine
- 1 May 2002
There is an urgent need to develop and implement smoking cessation programs for homeless persons if they have tried to quit in the past and had social support to quit smoking.
Smoking cessation in a homeless population
There is an urgent need to develop and implement smoking cessation programs for homeless persons and self-efficacy to quit was significantly greater if assistance was available.
Focusing on the five A's: a comparison of homeless and housed patients' access to and use of pharmacist-provided smoking cessation treatment.
Incorporation of Service-Learning Across Four Years of the PharmD Curriculum
- Scott R. Drab, G. D. Lamsam, S. Connor, M. DeYoung, Kathryn E. Steinmetz, Mary I. Herbert
- 20 June 2011
Evaluations from students and community preceptors suggest that integration of community service into the curriculum provides a practical strategy for students to develop attitudes and skills defined in the ability outcomes for the doctor of pharmacy professional degree.
Understanding the dispensary workflow at the Birmingham Free Clinic: a proposed framework for an informatics intervention
RxMAGIC is a framework designed to mitigate workflow challenges and improve the processes of medication management and inventory control and will be generalizable to pharmacies in other low-resource settings, both domestically and internationally.