RxOUTMAP tracks and quantifies the impact of pharmacist management of patients with uncomplicated urinary tract infections. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common infections that may be very unpleasant for patients and have the potential to lead to complications. They are also commonly misdiagnosed and treated inappropriately, resulting in unnecessary antimicrobial exposure and increased potential for […]
ABLE Cisplatin Ototoxicity and Nephrotoxicity Biomarkers: a project of the Applying Biomarkers to Long-term Effects of Childhood/Adolescent Cancer Treatment Team
This study will evaluate if the use of prebiotics is effective and tolerable for prevention of relapses in ulcerative colitis as well as to determine their protective mechanisms.
Vancomycin’s objective is to determine if using topical vancomycin as a prophylactic treatment during open heart surgery will reduce the incidence of sterna wound infection (SWI).
The goal of this branch of ABLE is to determine the relationship of biomarkers to risk of thrombosis events in a large cohort of Canadian survivors of childhood cancer. As well, to determine other risk factors for thrombosis in a large cohort of Canadian survivors of childhood cancer.
The goal of this study is to evaluate quality of life of patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) whose care is managed by a Nurse Practioner (NP) vs. standard cardiologist care.
Canadian Health Advanced by Nutrition and Graded Exercise (CHANGE) is a multidisciplinary intervention integrating lifestyle intervention into existing primary care settings in Alberta.
The overall study objective for INFORM is to evaluate the state of nutrition care and patient related outcomes in patients with foregut tumors in North American, Europe and Australia.
Click HERE to access the RxING Practice Tool. In 2013, the original RxING study, entitled “Pharmacist intervention for glycemic control in the community,” was the first to investigate independent prescribing by pharmacists for diabetes care. Pharmacists systemically identified patients with poor glycemic control, prescribed insulin, and provided intensive education and support to attain adherence. […]
This study seeks to evaluate the effect of Nurse-Practitioner-led care for people with multiple sclerosis (MS), upon patient levels of depression and anxiety as compared to community neurologist outpatient standard care.