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General practitioners’ perceptions on home medicines reviews: a qualitative analysis

Background Home Medicines Review (HMR) is an Australian initiative introduced in 2001 to improve quality use of medicines. Medication management services such as HMRs have the potential to reduce medication related problems. In 2011, changes to the HMR program were introduced to allow for referrals directly to accredited pharmacists in addition to the community pharmacy referral...

Medication supply to residential aged care facilities in Western Australia using a centralized medication chart to replace prescriptions

BackgroundCurrent model of medication supply to R (RACFs) in Australia is dependent on paper-based prescriptions. This study is aimed at assessing the use of a centralized medication chart as a prescription-less model for supplying medications to RACFs.MethodsTwo separate focus groups were conducted with general practitioners (GPs) and pharmacists, and another three with...

A novel pain assessment tool incorporating automated facial analysis: interrater reliability in advanced dementia

A novel pain assessment tool incorporating automated facial analysis: interrater reliability in advanced dementia Mustafa Atee,1 Kreshnik Hoti,1,2 Richard Parsons,1 Jeffery D Hughes1 1School of

The role of the pharmacist in the management of type 2 diabetes: current insights and future directions

Hoti 0 2 0 Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine, University of Prishtina , Prishtina, Kosovo 1 Centre for Medicines Information and Pharmaceutical Care (CMIPIC), Faculty of Pharmacy , Universitas

Clinimetric properties of the electronic Pain Assessment Tool (ePAT) for aged-care residents with moderate to severe dementia

Clinimetric properties of the electronic Pain Assessment Tool (ePAT) for aged-care residents with moderate to severe dementia Kreshnik Hoti,1,2 Mustafa Atee,1 Jeffery D Hughes1 1School of Pharmacy

Avoiding Treatment Interruptions: What Role Do Australian Community Pharmacists Play?

Objective To explore the reported practice of Australian community pharmacists when dealing with medication supply requests in absence of a valid prescription. Methods Self-administered questionnaire was posted to 1490 randomly selected community pharmacies across all Australian states and territories. This sample was estimated to be a 20% of all Australian community pharmacies...

Interventions to Assist Health Consumers to Find Reliable Online Health Information: A Comprehensive Review

Background Health information on the Internet is ubiquitous, and its use by health consumers prevalent. Finding and understanding relevant online health information, and determining content reliability, pose real challenges for many health consumers. Purpose To identify the types of interventions that have been implemented to assist health consumers to find reliable online health...