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Pharmacists Knowledge of Veterinary Pharmacotherapy and the Impact of an Educational Intervention

     
Principal Investigator Natalie Young, PharmD, FACVP
Co-investigator(s) Kenneth Royal, Mina Park, Gigi Davidson
Project Title Pharmacists Knowledge of Veterinary Pharmacotherapy and the Impact of an Educational Intervention
Grants Awarded Number 191
Status Grant Complete, 2018
Organization Realo Discount Drugs
Location New Bern, North Carolina
Grant Category Therapeutics, Diseases & Populations
Keyword Veterinary
Grant Docs Education | Poster | CPF Synopsis | Publication
Objectives The rapid growth of the veterinary pharmaceutical market anticipated growth to 33 billion by 2020 has triggered interest from community pharmacies, which have historically been excluded from the veterinary drug market due to drug distribution. Given that veterinary pharmacy is not a mandatory component of any U.S. pharmacy schools curriculum, the veterinary profession as a whole has voiced concern over sending prescriptions to community pharmacists who are viewed as unprepared to safely and effectively care for their patients. The overarching objective of this study was to strengthen the working relationship between the two professions in order to provide optimal care for non-human patients. The knowledge of community pharmacists, in regards to veterinary pharmacotherapy and legal compliance, was assessed at baseline. A second assessment was given after participating pharmacists successfully completed a piloted educational program taught by the principal investigator, a trained veterinary pharmacist. Post-training results helped gauge the need for veterinary pharmacy training programs in the community pharmacy setting.
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Kenneth Royal, PhD | North Carolina State University
Raleigh, North Carolina

Mina Park, PharmD | UNC
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Gigi Davidson, BSPharm DICVP | NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine
Raleigh, North Carolina
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