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The Depression Screenings in Pharmacies -DSIP- Study

     
Principal Investigator John Galdo, PharmD BCPS CGP
Co-investigator(s) Uni Chung, Cheyenne Godwin, Angela Marsella, Anthony Bolus, Marshall Cates
Project Title The Depression Screenings in Pharmacies -DSIP- Study
Grants Awarded Number 176
Status Grant Complete
Organization Samford Unversity
Location Birmingham, Alabama
Grant Category Therapeutics, Diseases & Populations
Keyword Depression Screening
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Objectives This project is designed to assess the impact of United States Preventative Task Force USPTF recommended screening of depression for adult patients in community pharmacies. One in six adults suffer from depression, and the guidelines recommend every adult patient be screened. The DSIP Depression Screenings in Pharmacies project will be focused on developing a payment model for community pharmacists. DSIP will take place in a practice-based research network with all sites receiving identical training, however only half will be reimbursed for the service. The DSIP service will consist of the personal health questionnaire-2 PHQ-2, linkage-to-care for positive screens, and follow up from pharmacy staff to patients.
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Uni Chung, PharmD MPH | Samford University
Birmingham, Alabama

  

Cheyenne Godwin, Pharm.D. | McWhorter School of Pharmacy, Samford University
Enterprise, Alabama

Angela Marsella, PharmD, MBA | University of Wisconsin- School of Pharmacy

  

Anthony Bolus, PharmD RPh | Family Medical Services, Inc.
Bessemer, Alabama

  

Marshall Cates, PharmD BCPP FASHP FCCP | Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy
Birmingham, Alabama

  
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