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Support for community pharmacy-based alcohol interventions: a Scottish general public survey.
Background: Community pharmacy teams are recognised by health agencies as vital to increasing capacity in the provision of public health services. Public awareness and support of these services in general, and relating ...
The experiences and beliefs of older people in Scottish very sheltered housing about using multi-compartment compliance aids.
The aim was to describe the experiences and beliefs of older people surrounding the use of MCAs, with emphasis on issues of personalisation, reablement, shared decision-making, independence and support. This was a qualitative ...
A qualitative study of the perspectives of older people in remote Scotland on accessibility to healthcare, medicines and medicines-taking.
Background: Recent evidence highlights the disproportionate rates of health inequality often experienced within remote and rural communities. Access to medicines within remote and rural communities may also prove problematic. ...
Comparing ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction care between patients residing in central and remote locations: a retrospective case series.
(James Cook University, 2018-10-27)
Introduction: People who experience an ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) due to an occluded coronary artery require prompt treatment. Treatments to open a blocked artery are called reperfusion therapies (RTs) and ...
A theoretically informed survey of the views and experiences of practicing pharmacists on research conduct, dissemination and translation.
Background: While studies have reported pharmacists’ perspectives of research involvement, almost all are limited by sector, have little focus on research translation and have not incorporated behavior change theory. ...