Clinical Pharmacy Activities Documented (ClinPhADoc): Development, Reliability and Acceptability of a Documentation Tool for Community Pharmacists

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serval:BIB_214F77FE3ABF
Type
Article: article from journal or magazin.
Collection
Publications
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Title
Clinical Pharmacy Activities Documented (ClinPhADoc): Development, Reliability and Acceptability of a Documentation Tool for Community Pharmacists
Journal
Pharmacy
Author(s)
Berger Jérôme, Hamada Nour, Quintana Barcena Patricia, Maes Karen, Bugnon Olivier
ISSN
2226-4787
Publication state
Published
Issued date
02/12/2019
Volume
7
Number
4
Language
english
Abstract
<jats:p>Documentation of community pharmacists’ clinical activities, such as the identification and management of drug-related problems (DRPs), is recommended. However, documentation is not systematic in Swiss community pharmacies, and relevant information about DRPs, such as consequences or involved partners, is frequently missing. This study aims to evaluate the interrater and test-retest reliability, appropriateness and acceptability of the Clinical Pharmacy Activities Documented (ClinPhADoc) tool. Ten community pharmacists participated in the study. Interrater reliability coefficients were computed using 24 standardized cases. One month later, test-retest reliability was assessed using 10 standardized cases. To assess the appropriateness, pharmacists were asked to document clinical activities in their own practice using ClinPhADoc. Acceptability was assessed by an online satisfaction survey. Kappa coefficients showing a moderate level of agreement (&gt;0.40) were observed for interrater and test-retest reliability. Pharmacists were able to document 131 clinical activities. The good level of acceptability and brief documentation time (fewer than seven minutes) indicate that ClinPhADoc is well-suited to the community pharmacy setting. To optimize the tool, pharmacists proposed developing an electronic version. These results support the reliability and acceptance of the ClinPhADoc tool.</jats:p>
Keywords
Community pharmacy, Documentation system, Drug-related problems, Pharmaceutical intervention, Validation.
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Web of science
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05/12/2019 10:19
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29/01/2020 6:19
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