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Research into Medication Review

  • Pharmacist-led hypertension drug use review
    Authors: Braybrook S, Thomas J, Wilkin PS,Haynes W, Jarvis I, Conaty D
    Reference: International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2002:10(suppl):R2
    Pharmacist-led hypertension drug use review in 2 general practices.
    Abstract available online
 
  • Clinical medication review in general practice: what is the benefit of a second review?
    Authors: Petty DR, Knapp P, Raynor DK, Zermansky AZ, Freemantle N
    Reference: International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2002:10(suppl):R70
    A study into the validity of a second pharmacist led medication review for the elderly patients in general practice.
    Abstract available online
 
  • Medication Review: who's job is it?
    Authors: Krska J, Ross S
    Reference: International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2002:10(suppl):R86
    Details of a study to compare the ability if different health care professionals to review medication in patients aged 75 and over.
    Abstract available online
 
  • A randomised controlled trial of medication review in patients receiving polypharmacy in a General Practice setting.
    Authors:
    Mackie C, Lawson D, Campbell A, Maclaren A, Waigh R
    Reference: Pharmaceutical Journal 1999;263 (September 18): R7
    Details of a research study to compare the impact of a pharmacist directed medication review clinic within a general practice setting to the practices' usual system. 
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Mackie et al. Details of research undertaken in Greater Glasgow