Airene May D. Destao September 8, 2018BS PHARMACY
Strand., M., A., et, al. (2018) Moving opioid misuse prevention upstream: A pilot study of community pharmacists screening for opioid misuse risk.
Purpose: This feasibility study summarizes the screening of opioid misuse risk at the community pharmacy level with the use of Opioid Misuse Risk Prevention Toolkit. It presents a preliminary overview results of possible intervention among at-risk patents at the upstream level of care, at the point of dispensing.
Alshammari, T., M., et al. (2017) Comparison of the safety information on drug labels in three developed countries: The USA, UK and Canada. Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal 25 (2017) 1103–1107
Purpose: Since labels are the primary source of information from manufacturers to healthcare professionals, This study will explain how important it is to standardize the safety information on drug labels to all the countries. Since these differences may pose a risk to patients.
Vincent III, W., R., et, al. (2010) State Boards of Pharmacy Regulation of the Supervision of Pharmacist Interns. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2010; 74 (1) Article 3.

Purpose: This study is an overview of Regulations about the Supervision of Pharmacist Interns, and what will happen if a nonpharmacist supervised a pharmacy student during the course of the internship.

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Dillip, A., et, al. ( 2015) What motivates antibiotic dispensing in accredited drug dispensing outlets in Tanzania? A qualitative study. Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control (2015) 4:30
Purpose: This study is an overview of the factors of the Accredited Drug Dispensing Outlet (ADDO) program which had a positive influence on dispensers’ and owners’ knowledge about the inappropriate antibiotic use.
Leong, C., et, al. (2016) Community Pharmacists’ Perspectives on Dispensing Medications with the Potential for Misuse, Diversion, and Intentional Overdose: Results of a Province-Wide Survey of Community Pharmacists in Canada. 51:13, 1724-1730, DOI: 10.1080/10826084.2016.1197261
Purpose: This study was approved by the University of Manitoba Human Research Ethics Board which summarizes the need to understand the importance of improving systems in managing patients at risk for medication misuse, diversion, and overdose.
Airene May D. Destao BS PHARMACY
Article Title:
Alshammari., T. M., et. Al (2017) Comparison of the safety information on drug labels in three developed countries: The USA, UK, and Canada. Volume 25, Issue 8, December 2017, Pages 1103-1107
Retrieved from: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1319016417301433
The main subject of the article is the importance of having a standardize safety information on drug labels to all the countries. Drug labels are the essential means of communication of important information on drug safety to healthcare professionals and patients. These labels are the primary source of information from manufacturers to healthcare professionals. (Davis et al., 2006). The author used a cross-sectional study that is conducted in the period between January and March 2016.

Article Title:
Strand, M., A., et. Al., (2018) Moving opioid misuse prevention upstream: A pilot study of community pharmacists screening for opioid misuse risk.
Retrieved from: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1551741118302195?via%3Dihub
The authors intend to provide information regarding the prevention of the misuse of opioid. It also has a positive effect regarding the screening of opioid misuse risk at the community pharmacy level with the use of Opioid Misuse Risk Prevention Toolkit. This project was undertaken in the State of North Dakota.
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