Clinical pharmacists in family practice residency programs
Date of Original Version
A project was undertaken to determine the number, specific activities, and demographics of clinical pharmacists directly involved with residency programs in family practice. A survey was mailed to the directors of all 381 family practice residencies, with a request either to forward it to the participating pharmacist or to return the survey if a pharmacist did not directly participate in the teaching program. With two mailings, responses were received from 85.3% of the residencies, with 80 pharmacists completing surveys. While the involvement of pharmacists in family practice residencies was similar to that reported in a survey 9 years ago, academic appointments and funding, in whole or in part by a college of medicine, had increased. This increased involvement may represent an acknowledgment by medical educators in family practice of the value of pharmacists participating in residency programs.
Journal of Family Practice
Shaughnessy, A. F., and A. L. Hume. "Clinical pharmacists in family practice residency programs." Journal of Family Practice 31, 3 (1990): 305-309. https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/php_facpubs/1340