THE PHARMACEUTICAL CARE NETWORK EUROPE

12th PCNE Working Conference 2021

 

February 03-06, 2021 Basel, Switzerland
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  OP-410 Pharmacy technicians contribute to counselling and handling drug-related problems at community pharmacies Mira El-Souri Received Received
  OP-412 Fall prevention and deprescribing of fall risk-increasing drugs: the community pharmacists perspective Marle Gemmeke Received Received
  PO-413 Creating the universal version of an specific medication adherence questionnaire: The MUAH-16u Fernando Fernandez-Llimos Received Received
  PO-414 fokusPDCA: Development of an implementation tool for professional pharmacy services Pascal Claude Baumgartner Received Received
  PO-416 Patients and doctors experiences with Medication Reviews A literautre review using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) Dorothee Michel Received Received
  PO-417 Drug-related problems in the emergency department -important information or cumbersome time consumption Lisbeth Damlien Nymoen Received Received
  OP-418 Development of a Community Pharmacy Care Programme for People with Type 2 Diabetes in Lagos, Nigeria, using the Medical Research Council Framework Fatima S. Abdulhakeem Ikolaba Received Received
  PO-419 Clinical decision support systems in community pharmacies: an evaluation of the effectiveness in Belgian practice Laure Sillis Received Received
  PO-420 Patient preferences for treatment decisions in relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma (RRMM) treatment: results of the PARTNER-project Laure Sillis Received Received
  PO-421 Complementary and Alternative Medicine use in patients with breast cancer: Communication with healthcare professionals Ilyse Kenis Received Received
  PO-422 Evaluation of information leaflets on oral anticancer drugs: meeting the needs of patients across the health literacy spectrum? Ilyse Kenis Received Received
  PO-424 Exploring the feasibility and acceptance of mystery shopping visits followed by personalized feedback as educational intervention for Belgian community pharmacists Michael Ceulemans Received Received
  OP-426 Nurses perspectives on resident and family carer involvement in the medicines pathway and medication-related decision-making Amber Damiaens Received Received
  PO-427 Person-centered care in nursing homes: resident and family carer involvement in the medicines pathway and medication-related decision-making Amber Damiaens Received Received
  PO-428 Understanding the patient perspective on medicines use for better healthcare online courses for healthcare professionals Ramune Jacobsen Received Received
  PO-429 Drug-related problems associated with the use of analgesics among the Polish elderly a preliminary study Edyta Czepielewska Received Received
  PO-430 On mastering over-the-counter medications: A structured counseling approach for educating pharmacy experiential students while empowering lay consumers Yen-Ming Huang Received Received
  PO-431 Development of a remote pharmaceutical care model for cancer medicines optimisation Joana Ribeiro Received Received
  PO-432 Methods to evaluate the implementation of a computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system Viktoria Jungreithmayr Received Received
  PO-433 Perception of the benefits of an automated and personalizedanalysis of complexity of drug treatment by general practitionersand patients Viktoria Sophie Wurmbach Received Received
  PO-434 Clinical decision support systems: a systematic review of implementation in community pharmacies Laure Sillis Received Received
  PO-435 Development of clinical pharmacy services in Denmark from 2008 to 2019 Christine Flagstad Bech Received Received
  PO-436 How to communicate patient electronic adherence data to physicians? Development of a one-page reporting form through experts consensus Fine Dietrich Received Received
  PO-437 Community pharmacists experiences of providing a sexual function service: a qualitative study on consultations for non-prescription sildenafil in Northern Ireland Rineke Gordijn Received Received
  PO-438 Individual oral vitamin D loading regimen for optimal serum values Jean-Pierre Rothen Received Received
  PO-439 Systematic review and categorisation of outcomes for the development of a core outcome set for intervention studies aiming to optimise the medication use of patients after hospital discharge Fabienne Boeni Received Received
  PO-440 Beliefs about medicines and medication adherence in patients with hypertension Ana Kodric Received Received
  PO-441 Evaluation and pharmacoeconomic study of the pharmaceutical Care Network Europe (PCNE) classification system in drug-related problems in patients with acute coronary syndrome without stent implantatio Ye GAO Received Received
  OP-442 Development and validation of the Respiratory Adherence Care Enhancer (RACE) questionnaire, facilitating personalised pharmaceutical care of asthma patients with inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) Claire Visser Received Received
  PO-443 Thromboprophylaxis for patients with atrial fibrillation: A systematic review of strategies to improve guideline adherence in primary care Eyob Alemayehu Gebreyohannes Received Received
  PO-444 Non-adherence to thromboprophylaxis guidelines in atrial fibrillation: A narrative review of the extent and factors for guideline non-adherence Eyob Alemayehu Gebreyohannes Received Received
  PO-445 Pharmacists approach to demonstrating inhalation technique to patients in Poland Agnieszka Moszczy&324;ski Received Received
  PO-447 Community Pharmacy Intervention in Health Promotion: Glycemia Assessment in an Open Screening for the Population Sara Caetano Received Received
  PO-448 Community Pharmacy Intervention in the Evaluation and Prevention of Hypertension and in the Identification of Hypertensive Patients Sara Caetano Received Received
  PO-450 The PCNE drug-related problem classification V 9.0: translation and validation by Serbian pharmacists Marina Odalovi&263; Received Received
  PO-451 Pharmacists and physicians attitudes about collaborative practice: challenges and opportunities for improving health outcomes in patients Marina Odalovi&263; Received Received
  PO-455 Interdisciplinary teams perceptions towards the adoption of a care pathway for patients treated with oral anticancer drugs Lise-Marie Kinnaer Received Received
  PO-456 Multidisciplinary coordination and home pharmaceutical care for homeless users during a state of Covid 19 alarm. m dolores murillo fernández Received Received
  PO-457 The complexity of co-designing and implementing a transmural care pathway for patients treated with oral anticancer drugs: a qualitative investigation of influencing factors in hospital staff Lise-Marie Kinnaer Received Received
  PO-458 Pharmaceutical Care: Response of the Spanish Society of Family and Community Pharmacy to the state of alarm due to the health crisis due to COVID-19 m dolores murillo fernández Received Received
  OP-459 Anticholinergic and sedative drug burden in elderly patients with cardiovascular diseases Milena Kovacevic Received Received
  PO-460 PHARMACEUTICAL HOME DELIVERY DURING COVID-19 murillo fernández Received Received
  PO-461 Appropriateness of proton pump inhibitors use at hospital admission and discharge: an observational study from a teaching hospital in Slovenia Lea Knez Received Received
  PO-462 Are pharmacists from community pharmacies ready to tele-counselling the patient with vulvovaginal infection? El&380;bieta &379;mudzka Received Received
  PO-463 Anxiolytics, antidepressants, sedatives and hypnotics prescription during the Covid-19 pandemic: the Portuguese case Marta Estrela Received Received
  PO-464 Medication Adherence among Adolescents and Young Adults living with Affective Disorder: a Qualitative Study in Russia and Denmark Lourdes Cantarero-Arévalo Received Received
  PO-465 Utilising community pharmacists for optimising opioid therapy in people with chronic pain: challenges and opportunities using the Social Ecological Model Ayesha Iqbal Received Received
  OP-467 Evaluation of the medication policy during and after a stay in Covid transitional care centers in Flanders. Mare Claeys Received Received
  PO-468 Exploring the possibilities of implementing the Medication Use Review service in Eastern Europe and Iran Anita Tuula Received Received
  PO-469 Use of PCNE classification of drug-related problems for documentation and analysis of Medication Use Review service in Estonia Anita Tuula Received Received
  PO-470 The profession of pharmacists and 3D-printing of medicine in pharmacies Sofia Klvemark Sporrong Received Received
  PO-471 Effectiveness of clinical decision support systems for managing drug therapy: a systematic review within the scope of a clinical evaluation of a medical device Stefan Maierhfer Received Received
  PO-472 Comparing EU (7) -PIM list, Beers criteria and STOPP criteria for identification of PIM in a hospitalized older adults sample Fátima Roque Received Received
  PO-475 Patients perception of an interdisciplinary medication management service Christiane Eickhoff Received Received
  PO-476 Does Medicines Use Review influences medicine- associated burden? Urska Nabergoj Makovec Received Received
  PO-477 Describing clinical pharmacy education and practice in Europe Laura Moura Received Received
  PO-479 Improving quality of care in community pharmacies in Belgium: exploration of opportunities and bariers Pieter Vanhacht Received Received
  PO-480 A countrywide study in Portugal addressing antibiotic prescription during the Covid-19 pandemic Tnia Magalhăes Silva Received Received
  PO-481 The app Robin including virtual assistance and a reminder function improves medication adherence in chronic myeloid leukemia patients. Jacqueline Hugtenburg Received Received
  PO-482 Potential of digital tools to assist medication management in mental health: a review of e-tools used in dementia Raquel Inez Received Received
  PO-483 Fast-Track to Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) diagnosis: a multidisciplinary approach to increase awareness and screening through community pharmacies Patrícia Soares Received Received
  PO-484 Classifying determinants of non-adherence in oncology breast cancer patients in Portugal according to the ABC taxonomy for medication adherence Catarina Bernardo Received Received
  PO-486 New medicine service: tackling nonadherence at the beginning of the treatment journey Ema Paulino Received Received
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