Sonia Prot-Labarthe

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Objective The main objective of this pilot study is to compare the professional ethical thinking of Quebec pharmacy residents and French pharmacy interns. The secondary objective is to compare the professional ethical thinking of Quebec pharmacy residents and first year French pharmacy interns. Setting Hospital pharmacy residents from Quebec, Canada and(More)
UNLABELLED STATE OF THE PROBLEM AND OBJECTIVES: French pharmacists are quasi absent from hospital wards. Our objective was to describe the implantation of pharmaceutical care in a patient unit of a French paediatric hospital. MATERIAL AND METHODS Following an internship in pharmaceutical care at the Sainte-Justine hospital (SJ) in Montreal, a French(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of our study was to describe a cohort of pediatric glaucoma patients in Quebec. DESIGN This study was a retrospective medical record review. PARTICIPANTS The study included patients younger than 18 years who were diagnosed with glaucoma between 1980 and 2000 and monitored at the Ophthalmology Clinic of the Sainte-Justine University(More)
To compare hospital pharmacy practice in France and Canada by identifying similarities and differences in the two institution’s pharmacy activities, resources, drug dispensing processes and responsibilities. Centre hospitalier universitaire Sainte-Justine (SJ), Montréal, Québec, Canada and Hôpital Robert Debré (RD), Paris, France, are two maternal-child(More)
INTRODUCTION Rational prescribing for children is an issue for all countries and has been inadequately studied. Inappropriate prescriptions, including drug omissions, are one of the main causes of medication errors in this population. Our aim is to develop a screening tool to identify omissions and inappropriate prescriptions in pediatrics based on French(More)
We aim to describe the number of health care visits before and after pediatric emergency department (PED) visits for common illnesses in a French tertiary pediatric hospital. This was a prospective cohort study with 501 children under 6 years of age who were evaluated and discharged from a tertiary care PED. Enrollment occurred on eight randomly selected(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate therapeutic education delivered in a pediatric emergency department to improve parents' satisfaction and attitudes about judicious antibiotic use. METHODS In an emergency department of a tertiary pediatric hospital, children aged 1 month to 6 years and discharged with an oral antibiotic prescription for an acute respiratory or(More)
INTRODUCTION The patients receiving hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) require routine management: the role of the pharmacist has not been extensively considered. This study had 2 aims: to explore the knowledge of community pharmacists relating to pediatric HSCT and to evaluate their expectations in terms of training needs. MATERIALS AND(More)
There are a limited number of commercial oral pediatric drug formulations on the market. The incidence of available commercial oral formulations for children has not been studied to date. This study compared the number and the characteristics of oral pediatric drug formulations listed on two hospital group purchasing agreements for the two large urban areas(More)