Experiences with the implementation of pharmacist's medication reviews in community pharmacies: a systematic review using the consolidated framework for implementation research.
Michel, Dorothee; Stewart, Derek; Weidmann, Anita; Tonna, Antonella; Dartsch, Dorothee
The aim of this systematic review is to critically appraise, synthesise and present the available evidence on experiences with the implementation of Medication Reviews (MR) in ambulatory care settings including potential facilitators and barriers, regardless of implementation status. The CFIR (Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research) will be used to guide the review and to identify facilitators and barriers at all stages of the implementation process. The specific review questions are 1. What are the experiences, perceptions, attitudes, views and beliefs stakeholders (e.g. pharmacists, health professionals, general public, patients, policy makers etc.) have gained with implementation of medication reviews in ambulatory care settings? 2. Which barriers and facilitators have been identified in the implementation of pharmacist's medication reviews into ambulatory care settings?
MICHEL, D., STEWART, D., WEIDMANN, A. and TONNA, A. and DARTSCH, D. 2019. Experiences with the implementation of pharmacist's medication reviews in community pharmacies: a systematic review using the consolidated framework for implementation research. [Protocol]. PROSPERO [online], item number CRD42019122836. Available from: https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/prospero/display_record.php?ID=CRD42019122836
|Online Publication Date||Feb 6, 2019|
|Deposit Date||Aug 19, 2019|
|Publicly Available Date||Aug 19, 2019|
|Publisher||University of York. Centre for Reviews and Dissemination|
|Keywords||Systematic review; Medication reviews; Ambulatory care settings; Experience; Perceptions; Stakeholders; Pharmacist|
MICHEL 2019 Experiences with the implementation [PROTOCOL]
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