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Cannabis Use in Menopause: A Mixed Methods Research Study Capturing the Experiences and Perspectives of WomenDownload
Menopause not only marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years but is a significant transition from a biological and psychosocial standpoint. The majority of women will experience menopause symptoms including vasomotor symptoms, genitourinary symptoms, sleep disturbances, mood changes,...
An electronic survey was distributed to all pharmacists serving as preceptors for the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in the Winter and Fall 2010 terms. The survey questions addressed use of and access to information resources, barriers to accessing electronic resources,...
Pharmacists’ Clinical Reasoning and Evaluation of Medication Appropriateness: Descriptive Analyses in Community PracticeDownload
The prevalence of drug-related problems puts a significant burden on the Canadian healthcare system. The literature that suggests that the majority of these drug-related problems are preventable, and could be identified and managed by pharmacists beforehand. This evidence suggests that...
Policy versus practice: a community-based qualitative study of the realities of pharmacy services in Nunavut, CanadaDownload
"Objectives: Nunavut is an Arctic territory in Canada subject to many social, economic and health disparities in comparison to the rest of the nation. The territory is affected by health care provision challenges caused by small, geographically isolated communities where staffing shortages and...
In 2007, Additional Prescribing Authorization (APA) was introduced in Alberta, which allows pharmacists to independently initiate prescriptions and prescribe to manage ongoing therapy. Pharmacist prescribing has also been shown to have positive patient outcomes in a variety of health conditions....
As one of the most accessible primary health care providers, pharmacists are in an excellent position to provide primary health care services. Although slow, the current transition from a dispensing-centered (transaction-based) pharmacy approach to a patient-centered (patient care based) approach...