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Determining Pneumococcal Vaccination Rates after a Pharmacist Conducted MTM Session
Principal Investigator Mary Abigail Jenkins, PharmD
Project Title Determining Pneumococcal Vaccination Rates after a Pharmacist Conducted MTM Session
Grants Awarded Number 100
Status Grant Complete, 2011
Organization Carolina Apothecary
Location Reidsville, North Carolina
Grant Category Therapeutics, Diseases & Populations
Keyword Immunization
Grant Docs CPF Synopsis | Report | Poster
Objectives The objective of this research project is to: Determine the pneumococcal vaccination rates in patients who have received a pharmacist conducted MTM session. Patients who meet the CDC criteria for receiving the pneumococcal vaccine will be offered the vaccine by the pharmacist at the MTM session and recommendations will also be made for all vaccines the patient may need. In NC, pharmacists are only permitted to administer influenza, shingles, and pneumococcal vaccines. I practice at three pharmacy locations in rural Rockingham County with a tremendous need to expand the pneumococcal vaccination rate due to lack of providers and oversight in care. During MTM sessions I will explain the importance of vaccination. The MTM sessions will also provide a great opportunity to collaborate with other healthcare professionals with vaccine recommendations and inform the provider that pharmacists can serve as immunizers.
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