One hundred and nine physician-initiated consultations were directed to a clinical pharmacist over a 1-year period.
Two hundred and three (88.2%) recommendations out of 229 were adopted.
Major question types included preventive measures, non-response, side-effects and mixed factors.
The global effectiveness of pharmacist interventions suggests that 67.9% of patients exhibited a very satisfactory or satisfactory response.
While our study suggests that a clinical pharmacist may favourably contribute to the quality of patient care, a control-group study is required to confirm our results.
Mots-clés Pascal : Hôpital psychiatrique, Soin, Qualité, Israël, Pharmacien, Psychiatrie, Pratique professionnelle, Pharmacie clinique, Asie
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Psychiatric hospital, Care, Quality, Israel, Chemist, Psychiatry, Professional practice, Asia
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