Patient Assessment Skills Pertinent to Practicing Pharmacists

@article{Wilson2015PatientAS,
  title={Patient Assessment Skills Pertinent to Practicing Pharmacists},
  author={Jennifer A. Wilson and Rashi C. Waghel and Danny Salem},
  journal={Innovations in pharmacy},
  year={2015},
  volume={6},
  pages={3}
}
Objectives: To describe pharmacists’ opinions regarding which patient assessment skills are necessary to understand and/or perform to provide optimal patient care in pharmacy practice. Methods: An online questionnaire was distributed to pharmacists licensed in North Carolina (n=14,167), as identified by the Board of Pharmacy. The 80 patient assessment items in the questionnaire were derived from a course text book and faculty experience. Participants indicated whether they “need to understand… 
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