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Influence of a general practice pharmacist on medication management for patients at risk of medicine-related harm: a qualitative evaluation.

Jordan M, Young-Whitford M, Mullan J, et al. Influence of a general practice pharmacist on medication management for patients at risk of medicine-related harm: a qualitative evaluation. Aust J Gen Pract. 2022;51(7):521-528. doi: 10.31128/ajgp-09-21-6187

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July 20, 2022
Jordan M, Young-Whitford M, Mullan J, et al. Aust J Gen Pract. 2022;51(7):521-528.

Interventions such as deprescribing, pharmacist involvement, and medication reconciliation are used to reduce polypharmacy and use of high-risk medications such as opioids. In this study, a pharmacist was embedded in general practice to support medication management of high-risk patients. This study presents perspectives of the pharmacists, general practitioners, practice personnel, patients, and carers who participated in the program.

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Jordan M, Young-Whitford M, Mullan J, et al. Influence of a general practice pharmacist on medication management for patients at risk of medicine-related harm: a qualitative evaluation. Aust J Gen Pract. 2022;51(7):521-528. doi: 10.31128/ajgp-09-21-6187

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