Publications & Resources

Research undertaken by Primary Care Team Pharmacists on primary care teams in Ontario

Truong C, Ha R, Lui E. Hybrid model of pharmacist services in a large multisite family health team. Can Pharm J (Ott). 2020 Aug 19;153(5):270-273. doi: 10.1177/1715163520946086. PMID: 33110466; PMCID: PMC7560552. Hybrid model of pharmacist services in a large multisite family health team

Khaira M, Mathers A, Benny Gerard N, Dolovich L. The Evolving Role and Impact of Integrating Pharmacists into Primary Care Teams: Experience from Ontario, Canada. Pharmacy (Basel). 2020 Dec 7;8(4):234. doi: 10.3390/pharmacy8040234. PMID: 33297509; PMCID: PMC7768418. The Evolving Role and Impact of Integrating Pharmacists into Primary Care Teams: Experience from Ontario, Canada

Gagnon A, Jin M, Malak M, Bednarowski K, Feng L, Francis-Pringle S, Lu S, Mallin A, Skokovic-Sunjic D, Vedelago A. Pharmacists Managing People with Diabetes in Primary Care: 10 Years of Experience at the Hamilton Family Health Team. Canadian Journal of Diabetes 2017;41(6):576-9

Lui E, Ha R, Truong C. Applying the pharmaceutical care model to assess pharmacist services in a primary care setting. Canadian Pharmacists Journal : CPJ. 2017;150(2):90-93.

Dolovich L. Ontario pharmacists practicing in family health teams and the patient-centered medical home. Annals of Pharmacotherapy 2012:46(4):S33-9.

Farrell B, Dolovich L, Emberley P, Gagne M, Jennings B, Jorgenson D, Kennie N, Marks P, Papoushek C, Waite N, Woloschuk D. Designing a novel continuing education program for pharmacists: lessons learned. Submitted to Canadian Pharmacists Journal August 2011.

Pottie K, Haydt S, Farrell B, Kennie K, Sellors C, Martin C, Dolovich L. Pharmacist’s identity development within multidisciplinary primary health care teams in Ontario; qualitative results from the IMPACT project. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2009;5:319-26.

Kennie N, Dolovich L. Reliability testing of a case-leveling framework for assigning level of difficulty of pharmacist’s initial patient medication assessments. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association 2008;48:640-7.

Dolovich L, Pottie K, Kaczorowski J, Farrell B, Austin Z, Rodriguez C, Gaebel K, Sellors C. Integrating family medicine and pharmacy to advance primary care therapeutics. Clin Pharmacol Ther 2008;83(6):913-917.

Inter- and intra-professional collaboration: Learnings from Family Health Teams. Nav Gill and Kaila MacMillan

Five Things You Need to Know About Family Health Team Pharmacists. Heather Hadden and Suzanne Singh

Other Research Evidence

Syafhan NF, Al Azzam S, Williams SD, Wilson W, Brady J, Lawrence P, McCrudden M, Ahmed M, Scott MG, Fleming G, Hogg A. General practitioner practice-based pharmacist input to medicines optimisation in the UK: pragmatic, multicenter, randomised, controlled trial. Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice. 2021 Dec;14:1-5.

Sudeshika T, Naunton M, Deeks LS, Thomas J, Peterson GM, Kosari S. General practice pharmacists in Australia: A systematic review. PLoS One. 2021 Oct 14;16(10):e0258674.

Hayhoe B, Cespedes JA, Foley K, Majeed A, Ruzangi J, Greenfield G. Impact of integrating pharmacists into primary care teams on health systems indicators: a systematic review. British journal of general practice. 2019 Oct 1;69(687):e665-74.

Tan EC, Stewart K, Elliott RA, George J. Pharmacist services provided in general practice clinics: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2014 Jul 1;10(4):608-22.

Advocacy on behalf of Primary Care pharmacists in Ontario


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