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A collaboration of community pharmacists and school nurses to improve the care of students with diabetes
Principal Investigator Gilbert Steiner
Project Title A collaboration of community pharmacists and school nurses to improve the care of students with diabetes
Grants Awarded Number 64
Status Grant Complete, 2011
Organization Campbell University School of Pharmacy
Location Buies Creek, NC
Grant Category Therapeutics, Diseases & Populations
Keyword Diabetes
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Objectives To develop a collaboration between community pharmacists and school nurses for the purpose of coordination of self-care along with the students primary care providers To enhance the self-management capabilities of students diagnosed with diabetes To engage the families of these students to further improve opportunities for success To assess the impact of this program on outcomes which include: adherence to ADA Standards of Care, weight reduction when indicated, and acquisition of goal A1c levels To assess the impact of this program on developing and enhancing the bond between the students families and the participating pharmacy
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