Results and News

Results and News

Goal of IMPACT:

To improve patient outcomes by optimizing drug therapy through a community practice model that integrates pharmacists into family practices.

 

Publications

 

  • Pottie K, Haydt S, Farrell B, Dolovich L, Sellors C, Hogg W. Narrative Reports to Monitor and Evaluate the Integration of Pharmacists into Family Practice Settings. Ann Fam Med 2008;6(2):161-165.

  • Dolovich L, Pottie K, Kaczorowski J, Farrell B, Austin Z, Rodriguez C, Gaebel K, Sellors C. Integrating family medicine and pharmacy to advance primary care therapeutics. Clin Pharmacol Ther 2008;83(6):913-917.
  • Farrell B, Kennie N, Dolovich L. Demonstrating value, documenting care: Lessons learned about writing comprehensive patient medication assessments in the IMPACT project. PART II: Practical suggestions for documentation that makes an impact. CPJ 2008;141(3):182-188.
  • Kennie N, Farrell B, Dolovich L. Demonstrating value, documenting care: Lessons learned about writing comprehensive patient medication assessments in the IMPACT project. Part 1: Getting started with documenting medication assessments. CPJ 2008;141(2):114-119.
  • McCarthy L, Dolovich L, Haq M, Thabane L, Kaczorowski J. Frequency of risk factors that potentially increase harm from medications in older adults receiving primary care. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2007; Fall:e283-e290.

  • Babcock K, Farrell B, Dolovich L, Sellors C. Hiring a Pharmacist to Work in Primary Care: Application to Ambulatory and Hospital Pharmacy. CPJ 2006;139(5):46-48.

 

ADAPT Publications

 

ADAPT is a forward-thinking, 19-week CE program designed specifically for practising pharmacists. ADAPT provides proven practice expertise in a dynamic skills development experience using interactive online learning, supportive moderators and plenty of peer interaction. ADAPT was partially based on work done during the IMPACT project. Further information on ADAPT is available at http://www.pharmacists.ca/index.cfm/education-practice-resources/professional-development/adapt/

  • Jorgenson D, Gubbels A, Farrell B, Ward N, Dolovich L, Jennings B.  Characteristics of pharmacists who enrolled in the pilot ADAPT education program: Implications for practice change.  Accepted Canadian Pharmacists Journal May 6, 2012.
  • Farrell B, Jennings B, Ward N, Marks P, Kennie N, Dolovich L, Jorgenson D, Jones C, Gubbels A.  Evaluation of a Pilot e-Learning Primary Health Care Skills TrainingProgram for Pharmacists. Submitted to American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education April 3, 2012.
  • Farrell B, Dolovich L, Emberley P, Gagne M, Jennings B, Jorgenson D, Kennie N, Marks P, Papoushek C, Waite N, Woloschuk D. Designing a novel continuing education program for pharmacists: lessons learned. Submitted to Canadian Pharmacists Journal August 2011.