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Title: Public perception of antibiotic prescribing by pharmacists
Authors: Attard Pizzuto, Maresca
Sivridas, Merve
Serracino-Inglott, Anthony
Azzopardi, Lilian M.
Bouvy, Marcel L.
Keywords: Antibiotics
Drugs -- Prescribing -- Malta
Pharmacists -- Public opinion -- Malta
Pharmacist and patient
Pharmacists -- Information services -- Malta -- Evaluation
Issue Date: 2017-09
Publisher: University of Malta. Department of Pharmacy
Citation: Attard Pizzuto, M., Sivridas, M., Serracino-Inglott, A., Azzopardi, L. M., & Bouvy, M. L. (2017, September). Public perception of antibiotic prescribing by pharmacists. Poster session presented at the 77th FIP Annual Conference, Seoul, Republic of Korea.
Abstract: A poster presentation regarding public perception of antibiotic prescribing by pharmacists. Introduction: Pharmacist interventions in patient care has evolved from a focus on dispensing medications to a focus on seamless patient care. In some countries, such as United Kingdom, the pharmacist’s intervention is expanding beyond providing evidence-based practice and includes prescribing. Aim: To develop and validate a self-administered questionnaire (APQPublic) to assess the general public’s perception regarding the risks of potential antibiotic prescribing by pharmacists.
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