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- Tags: Ambulatory Care
Tags: 1993, Ambulatory Care, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Family Practice, General & Internal Medicine, Gilchrist V, Gillanders W R, health care research, Internship and Residency, Iverson D C, Journal of Family Practice, Krell M A, Logue E E, Medical education, Miller R S, NEOMED College of Medicine, Oprandi A M, primary, Scheid D C, Weldy D L
The Effect of Pharmacy-Led, Small-Group Academic Detailing on Prescribing Patterns in an Ambulatory Care Clinic
Tags: 2019, academic detailing, Ambulatory Care, Awad M H, Clinical, community practice, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Furdich K M, Gothard M D, impact, interventions, Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication, Journal of Pharmacy Technology, Medical education, medications, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, Pharmacology & Pharmacy, Pharmacy, Prescribing Patterns, prior authorization, Schneider S R, Ulbrich T R
Tags: 2018, Ambulatory Care, American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, Boyle Jaclyn, Cavanaugh Teresa M, collaboration, Curriculum, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Leaders, Medical Organizations, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, Patient Care, Pharmaceutical, Pharmacist Attitudes, Pharmacy – Psychosocial Factors, Pharmacy Service, Professional development, Professional Role, Self Assessment, STRATEGIC planning, Students, Technology, Vest Tyler A, Work Environment
The consultation and referral process. A report from NEON. Northeastern Ohio Network Research Group.
Tags: *Communication, *Family Practice/statistics & numerical data, *Medicine, *Referral and Consultation/statistics & numerical data, *Specialization, 1998, Adolescent, Adult, Aged, Ambulatory Care, Bourguet C C, Child, Cross-Sectional Studies, Family, Female, Gilchrist V, Humans, Interprofessional Relations, Male, McCord G, Middle Aged, Ohio, Physicians, Preschool, Prospective Studies, The Journal of family practice, United States
Evaluation of factors associated with achieving glycemic control in a pharmacist-managed diabetes clinic.
Tags: 2014, Ambulatory Care, Ambulatory Care/organization & administration, American journal of therapeutics, Blood Glucose – Drug Effects, Blood Glucose/drug effects, Boros Melanie L, Department of Internal Medicine, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Diabetes Mellitus, Dose-Response Relationship, Drug, Female, Follow-Up Studies, Frazee Lawrence A, Glycated Hemoglobin A/metabolism, Glycosylated – Metabolism, Hemoglobin A, Human, Humans, Hypoglycemic Agents – Administration and Dosage, Hypoglycemic Agents – Therapeutic Use, Hypoglycemic Agents/administration & dosage/*therapeutic use, Insulin – Administration and Dosage, Insulin – Therapeutic Use, Insulin/administration & dosage/therapeutic use, Kostoff Matthew D, Male, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Moorman John M, NEOMED College of Medicine, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Services/*organization & administration, Pharmacists – Administration, Pharmacists/*organization & administration, Pharmacy Service – Administration, Prospective Studies, Retrospective Design, Retrospective Studies, Social Work – Statistics and Numerical Data, Social Work/statistics & numerical data, Treatment Outcome, Treatment Outcomes, Type 2 – Drug Therapy, Type 2/*drug therapy
Using chart reviews to assess residents' performances of components of physical examinations: a pilot study.
Tags: 1994, Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Adult, Ambulatory Care, Blend D A, Clinical Competence, Cugino A E, Department of Internal Medicine, Educational Measurement/*methods, Female, Humans, Illera V A, Internship and Residency/*standards, Jarjoura D G, Male, NEOMED College of Medicine, Ognibene A J, Ohio, Physical Examination/*standards, Pilot Projects, Program Evaluation, Whittier F C