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Self-reported attitudes and perceived preparedness to provide pharmaceutical care among final year pharmacy students in Qatar and Kuwait
( International Pharmaceutical Federation , 2018 , Article)
Purpose: While pharmaceutical care (PC) had been introduced and taught in schools of pharmacy decades ago, it is still being introduced with different degrees of success in many developing countries around the world. This ...
Assessing prevalence of and barriers to medication adherence in patients with uncontrolled diabetes attending primary healthcare clinics in Qatar
( Elsevier Ltd , 2018 , Article)
Background: Studies conducted in Qatar have reported a high prevalence of diabetic nephropathy, retinopathy, and neuropathy. These complications are often associated with poor medication adherence and uncontrolled diabetes. ...
Impact of a Collaborative Pharmaceutical Care Service Among Patients With Diabetes in an Ambulatory Care Setting in Qatar: A Multiple Time Series Study
( Elsevier Inc. , 2019 , Article)
Background Diabetes mellitus is highly prevalent in the Middle East and the burden associated with it is dramatically increasing. Pharmacists working in collaborative healthcare teams have an important role to improve ...