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The potential for pharmacists to manage young patients attending emergency departments

  • At: Buenos Aires (Argentina) (2016)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: HUYNH, Chi (Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Academic Practice Unit, Pharmacy, Birmingham, United Kingdom)
  • Co-author(s): David Terry:Aston University School of Pharmacy,Aston University,Birmingham,United Kingdom;Academic Practice Unit, Pharmacy,Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust,Birmingham,United Kingdom|Chi Huynh:Academic Practice Unit, Pharmacy,Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust,Birmingham,United Kingdom|Konstantinos Petridis:Aston Business School,Aston University,Birmingham,United Kingdom|Matthew Aiello:,Health Education England,Birmingham,United Kingdom|Anthony Sinclair:Pharmacy,Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust,Birmingham,United Kingdom|Louis Mazard:,Sigma Clermont,France|Alex Terry:Pharmacy,Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust,Birmingham,United Kingdom|Hirminder Ubhi:Pharmacy,Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust,Birmingham,United Kingdom|Elizabeth Hughes:,Health Education England,London,United Kingdom
  • Abstract:

    There have been concerns about maintaining appropriate clinical staff levels in Emergency Departments in England.

    A prospective 49 site observational study of patients attending Emergency Departments (ED) in England, UK.  The pharmacist independent prescribers (one per site) were asked to identify 400 cases of patient attendance at their ED, record

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