SCREENING FOR POTENTIALLY INAPPROPRIATE PRESCRIBING IN THE COMMUNITY PHARMACY: DEVELOPMENT AND FIRST RESULTS OF THE GHEOP³S-TOOL.
- In: Poster Session
- At: Düsseldorf (Germany) (2015)
- Type: Poster
- By: TOMMELEIN, Eline (Ghent University, Pharmaceutical Care Unit, Gent, Belgium)
- Co-author(s): Eline Tommelein
Aging is often associated with polypathology and polypharmacy. Consequently, potentially inappropriate prescribing (PIP) becomes more frequent. Screening for PIP in primary care could lead to an improvement in health outcomes.
A RAND/UCLA process (11 participants) with a round zero meeting, a literature review, a first written evaluation round and.. The access to the whole abstract and if available the presentation file is available to FIP members and to congress participants of that specific congress.