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Additional studies by this Principal Investigator:
Pharmacy Intervention for Community Asthma Education Initiative

Asthma Safety Net Pharmacists as the Key
Principal Investigator Donna Hammack
Project Title Asthma Safety Net Pharmacists as the Key
Grants Awarded Number 73
Status Grant Complete, 2011
Organization Saint Elizabeth Foundation on behalf of The Commun
Location Lincoln, NE
Grant Category Therapeutics, Diseases & Populations
Keyword Asthma
Grant Docs CPF Synopsis | Report
Objectives 1 Position pharmacists as the conduit of information flow between providers and patients, enhancing their role as providers of asthma management services that augment newly established asthma clinics within 20 local physicians offices. 2 Define the pharmacists leadership role within the asthma coalition that administrates asthma management clinics. 3 Train pharmacists in NIH and NAEPP guidelines for patient counceling and form a network of certified asthma educators to perform comprehensive asthma training. 4 Market the enhanced role of pharmacists to key members of the community asthma management team. 5 Evaluate outcomes using survey data collected at participating pharmacy sites.
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