|Clinical Community Pharmacist Supporters|
Clinical Community Pharmacist
The Washington State Pharmacy Association is proud to have many partners in developing the Clinical Community Pharmacist Service. We briefly review the role of each institution below.
Cardinal Health funded development of the Clinical Community Pharmacist Educational Modules. Their funding support contributed to the peer review of the modules.
Community Pharmacy Foundation
CPF has funded a study measuring the ability of a clinical community pharmacist to offer a “Pharmacist Class” of medications safely.
Fred Meyer and other Washington and Wisconsin Independent Pharmacies
The WSPA has had a great deal of interest in promoting this service in independent pharmacies and chain pharmacies in Washington, and across the country.
Mirixa has donated the de-identified data collection tool for the CPF funded study.
University of Washington School of Pharmacy
UWSOP faculty have partnered on a grant awarded by the Community Pharmacy Foundation to study the ability of community pharmacists to safely offer a pharmacist class of medications. A UWSOP faculty member was involved in peer reviewing modules.
Washington State University College of Pharmacy
Faculty from WSUCOP assisted in the development of two of the clinical modules. Julie Akers, PharmD is the principle investigator on a grant to implement the Clinical Community Pharmacist Program in Chain Pharmacies, and study the potential cost savings to insurance carriers. The faculty are also developing an optional live skills didactic education for the CCP Certificate. Faculty are also looking forward to training students to be able to offer the Clinical Community Pharmacist Service.