Patient perception on the roles of community pharmacists; implications for provision of value-added pharmacy services

  • At: 2017 FIP Congress in Seoul (South Korea)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: CHUKWU, Otuto (Pharmacoeconomics, Health Policy Research and Development, National Assembly, Abuja, Pharmaceutical Services, Abuja, Nigeria)
  • Co-author(s): Otuto Amarauche Chukwu: Pharmaceutical Services, Pharmacoeconomics, Health Policy Research and Development, National Assembly, Abuja, Abuja, Nigeria
    Valentine Ezeanochikwa: Pharmacy Services, HealthPlus Pharmacy, Abuja, Nigeria
    Adaobi Chibuogwu: Medical Logistics, International Committee of the Red Cross Abuja Delegation, Abuja, Nigeria
    Benedict Ejikeme Eya: Procurement and Logistics, GreenLife Pharmaceuticals, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Abstract:

    Methods

    Patients within Abuja Nigeria using services of CPs were randomly sampled. Semi-structured questionnaires were administered. Descriptive statistics was used in data analysis. P<0.05 were considered significant

    Results

    71% had CPs as their first port of call for minor ailments and health advice. 61% had more trust in their CPs than other

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