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Characterisation and quantification of pharmaceutical care delivery to hospital inpatients

Ovesen, H. and Fenelon, C. and Loennechen, T. and Hudson, S.A. (2009) Characterisation and quantification of pharmaceutical care delivery to hospital inpatients. In: ESCP 7th spring conference on clinical pharmacy, tackling inequalities in the delivery of pharmaceutical care, 2007-05-01.

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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].