University of Toronto
178 papers found
Pain management practices with older adults on acute medical units.
Developing a tool to measure contributions to medication-related processes in family practice
Methodologic Issues in Health Informatics Trials: The Complexities of Complex Interventions
Demostrating value, documenting care: Lessons learned about writing comprehensive patient medication assessments in the IMPACT project. Part II: Practical suggestions for documentation that makes an impact
Pain Management Decision Making Among Long-Term Care Physicians and Nurses
The effect of pharmacist education on asthma treatment plans for simulated patients
Comparison of self, physician, and simulated patient ratings of pharmacist performance in a family practice simulator
Frequency of risk factors that potentially increase harm from medications in older adults receiving primary care.
Patient Adherence to Osteoporosis Medications
Exploring design-related bias in clinical studies on receptor genetic polymorphism of hypertension
Long-Term Cost-utility Analysis of a Multidisciplinary Primary Care Diabetes Management Program in Ontario
Blood Pressure Awareness and Self-Monitoring Practices among Primary Care Elderly Patients
Hiring a Pharmacist to Work in Primary Care: Application for Ambulatory and Hospital Pharmacy
The State of Science and Research in Clinical Pharmacy
Using Patient-Oriented Evidence-Based Information Guides in Practice: The Family Physician and Community Pharmacist Perspective
Teaching and Assessing Primary Care Skills: The Family Practice Simulator Model
Drug-related problems in elderly general practice patients receiving pharmaceutical care
A randomized trial of mail vs. telephone invitation to a community-based cardiovascular health awareness program for older family practice patients [ISRCTN61739603]
A community-based program for cardiovascular health awareness
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