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Additional studies by this Principal Investigator:
Integrating Pharmacist Support for Thriving in Place Home Health Program

Community Pharmacist Integration into Contingency Management and Education for Opioid Weaning Patients
Principal Investigator Elizabeth Dragatsi, RPh BCPS
Co-investigator(s) Stephanie Nichols, Megan Jennison
Project Title Community Pharmacist Integration into Contingency Management and Education for Opioid Weaning Patients
Grants Awarded Number 202
Status In Study
Organization Dragatsi & Co.
Location Waterville, Maine
Grant Category Medication Management, Safety & Quality
Keyword Opioid Weaning, Contingency Management
Grant Docs N/A
Objectives 1To support and promote the community pharmacist integration in formulating customer-specific solutions to improve, reduce or wean from opiate medication.2To promote, encourage and facilitate healthcare consumers access to pharmacists to consult and provide options based on medication interaction review, OTC recommendations for managing pain and cravings, appropriate choice of supplements, and dietarysnack options readily available in the community pharmacy.3To educate community pharmacists, other pharmacists and pharmacy students on OTC contingency management principles and interventions when opiate weaning customers are facing situations of actual or perceived narcotic deficit.4To support community, FQHC, ACO and embedded primary care pharmacists with a working toolkit to act as a reference for them and for customers taking or weaning off opiates. Toolkit includes printed bag stuffers educational leaflets, educational wall calendars, featuring specific evidence-based OTC interventions to use in the patients contingency management context.5To keep consistent messaging from the Medication Assisted Therapy MAT clinic to the community pharmacy dispensing their prescriptions, thereby increasing perceived integrity by the customer in their journey to recovery.6To minimize necessity of repeat post-surgical or post-procedure opiate prescriptions in the community setting.
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Stephanie Nichols, PharmD BCPS BCPP | Husson University
Saco, Maine

Megan Jennison, PharmD RPh | Harris Drug Store
Greenville, Maine
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