Green, amber, red: a study of the changing status of low priority 'green' patients in a clinical pharmacy patient 'triage' system.
Turner, N.; Cunningham, Scott
Professor Scott Cunningham firstname.lastname@example.org
Prescription for Excellence is a programme that maps the future of pharmacy in Scotland, highlighting the importance of access to clinical pharmacy services. Clinical pharmacy resources are limited and pharmaceutical care cannot be provided to all patients every day. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde clinical pharmacy service has implemented a 'triage' system, to highlight and prioritise patients in delivering pharmaceutical care. It categorises patients as either 'red' (high priority), 'amber' (moderate priority) or 'green' (low priority). Once patients are categorised as 'green', they will not be reviewed by a clinical pharmacist again until discharge. Though in development, there were no agreed criteria for ongoing clinical pharmacy review of these patients.
TURNER, N. and CUNNINGHAM, S. 2015. Green, amber, red: a study of the changing status of low priority 'green' patients in a clinical pharmacy patient 'triage' system. Presented at the 44th European symposium on clinical pharmacy (ESCP 2015), 28-30 October 2015, Lisbon, Portugal.
|Presentation Conference Type||Conference Paper (unpublished)|
|Conference Name||44th European symposium on clinical pharmacy (ESCP 2015)|
|Conference Location||Lisbon, Portugal|
|Start Date||Oct 28, 2015|
|End Date||Oct 30, 2015|
|Deposit Date||May 22, 2017|
|Publicly Available Date||May 22, 2017|
|Keywords||Prescription for excellence; Clinical pharmacy services; Scotland; Triage system|
TURNER 2015 Green amber and red
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