Characterisation and quantification of pharmaceutical care delivery to hospital inpatients

H. Ovesen, C. Fenelon, T. Loennechen, S.A. Hudson

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Abstract

Document Type: Meeting Abstracts; published in the journal Pharmacy World & Science, Pharm World Sci (2009) 31:40-141 DOI 10.1007/s11096-008-9262-z Background and objective: The UK government through the NHS in 2000 proposed the implementation of the medicine management. The redesign of the service was to deliver a more effective and patientcentered service. The pharmacy staff on the ward became part of a multidisciplinary care team [1]. This project was to validate and compare hospital clinical pharmacy inpatient process maps of services and characterise ward prescribing and pharmaceutical care activity using a defined set of parameters [1].

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ConferenceESCP 7th spring conference on clinical pharmacy, tackling inequalities in the delivery of pharmaceutical care
CityEdinburgh
Period1/05/07 → …

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Pharmaceutical Services
Inpatients
Medicine
Pharmaceutical Preparations

Keywords

  • Medicines management

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Ovesen, H., Fenelon, C., Loennechen, T., & Hudson, S. A. (2009). Characterisation and quantification of pharmaceutical care delivery to hospital inpatients. 82-82. Paper presented at ESCP 7th spring conference on clinical pharmacy, tackling inequalities in the delivery of pharmaceutical care, Edinburgh, .
Ovesen, H. ; Fenelon, C. ; Loennechen, T. ; Hudson, S.A. / Characterisation and quantification of pharmaceutical care delivery to hospital inpatients. Paper presented at ESCP 7th spring conference on clinical pharmacy, tackling inequalities in the delivery of pharmaceutical care, Edinburgh, .
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Ovesen, H, Fenelon, C, Loennechen, T & Hudson, SA 2009, 'Characterisation and quantification of pharmaceutical care delivery to hospital inpatients' Paper presented at ESCP 7th spring conference on clinical pharmacy, tackling inequalities in the delivery of pharmaceutical care, Edinburgh, 1/05/07, pp. 82-82.

Characterisation and quantification of pharmaceutical care delivery to hospital inpatients. / Ovesen, H.; Fenelon, C.; Loennechen, T.; Hudson, S.A.

2009. 82-82 Paper presented at ESCP 7th spring conference on clinical pharmacy, tackling inequalities in the delivery of pharmaceutical care, Edinburgh, .

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