Evaluating patient benefit from Medication Conversations with a Pharmacist at Danish Pharmacies
- At: 2016 FIP Congress in Buenos Aires (Argentina)
- Type: Poster
- By: HOUJI, Alae (Greve Pharmacy, Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Co-author(s): Alae Houji:|Stine Mai Madsen:,Nykoebing Falster Swan Pharmacy,Nykoebing Falster,Denmark|Lene V. Rasmussen:,Trianglen Pharmacy,Copenhagen,Denmark|Paul Müller :,Greve Pharmacy,Greve,Denmark|Louise Munk Rasmussen:,Nykoebing Falster Swan Pharmacy,Nykoebing Falster,Denmark|Hanne Høje Jacobsen:,Naerum Pharmacy,Naerum,Denmark|Signe Ørum Schou :,Taarnby Pharmacy,Taarnby,Denmark|Lars Ole Madsen :,Frederiksberg Dalgas Pharmacy,Copenhagen,Denmark
The Danish Parliament adopted a new pharmacy law in summer 2015, which emphasizes the pharmacy sector attachment to the health sector by giving pharmacists more healthcare tasks. This means that now pharmacies will be offering so-called medicine conversation to be carried out by pharmacists to all new chronic patients coming to the pharmacy. A.. The access to the whole abstract and the presentation file is available to FIP members and to congress participants of that specific congress.