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Implementation of a Pharmacist-Directed Cardiovascular Risk and Medication Management Program
Principal Investigator Randal McDonough
Project Title Implementation of a Pharmacist-Directed Cardiovascular Risk and Medication Management Program
Grants Awarded Number 42
Status Grant Complete, 2008
Organization College of Pharmacy, University of Iowa
Location Iowa City, IA
Grant Category Therapeutics, Diseases & Populations
Keyword Cardiovascular
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Objectives Our proposed project is a pilot study to determine whether group education and medication management services provided by pharmacists within six months can reduce the cardiovascular risks of union workers. The objectives are: 1 to develop three sixty-minute group educational programs-- 2 to develop medication management services-- and 3 to assess the impact of the six-month intervention on cardiovascular risk factors, health care utilization and patient quality of life.
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