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Asthma Care Improvement Initiative Study
Principal Investigator James Owen, Pharm.D.
Project Title Asthma Care Improvement Initiative Study
Grants Awarded Number 10
Status Grant Complete, 2005
Organization Happy Harrys Pharmacy
Location Alabama
Grant Category Therapeutics, Diseases & Populations
Keyword Asthma
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Objectives To demonstrate effective high risk patient identification through pharmacist questionnaire screening.To demonstrate that community pharmacists and advanced practice pharmacists can provide effective counseling, training, education, and monitoring for patients identified with a need for such programs in conjunction with regular daily practice responsibilities in a community pharmacy.
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