Refer-To-Pharmacy: Pharmacy for the Next Generation Now! A Short Communication for Pharmacy

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Gray, Alistair;
(2015)
  • Publisher: MDPI
  • Journal: Pharmacy: Journal of Pharmacy, Education and Practice,volume 3,issue 4,pages364-371 (issn: 2226-4787, eissn: 2226-4787)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3390/pharmacy3040364, pmc: PMC5597113
  • Subject: hospital pharmacy | re-admission | Article | referral | medicines adherence | medicines use review | transfer of care | community pharmacy | medicines waste | Medicines optimisation | new medicine service | Pharmacy and materia medica | RS1-441

Refer-to-Pharmacy is the first fully integrated hospital to community pharmacy referral system. This article explains the importance of these referrals for patients and health economies to improve medicines optimisation, and how Refer-to-Pharmacy works in both hospital ... View more
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