Seamless patient care: hospital and community pharmacists working together
Written in English
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Seamless patient care: hospital and community pharmacists working together by Deborah M. Yoong Download PDF EPUB FB2
European hospital pharmacists (n = ) ranked 68 competences for pharmacy practice of two types (personal and patient care), arranged into 13 clusters.
Results were compared to those obtained. A story of how an incredible team came together to build a new healthcare cluster with the first Integrated general and community hospital to fulfil its mission to provide seamless care to the.
Chemists in Swindon say they are being distracted from patient care by fears over drug supplies. Pharmacists have pledged to do everything in their power to ensure patients will still get. Personalised health and care a framework for action The gaps are exacerbated by the lack of integration across care services – hospital, community and home, clinical and social care.
Suggested Citation:"Equipping the Patient and the Care Team."National Academy of Engineering and Institute of Medicine. Building a Better Delivery System: .