Iowa Board Encourages Pharmacists to Respond to Survey

Date: 
Friday, October 9, 2015

As a service to the pharmacy profession, the North Dakota State University (NDSU) School of Pharmacy is conducting a survey on the delivery of public health services by pharmacists.  The goal of this research survey is to identify Public Health Services provided by pharmacists that may improve population-based health outcomes for which pharmacists may not be recognized, or reimbursed, for providing.

Email requests are being sent to pharmacists in Iowa, Manitoba and North Dakota to identify what services are routinely offered as well as any perceived barriers to the expansion of these services. The results of this survey will be used for educational purposes for pharmacists and student pharmacists. 

Participation in the research study is voluntary and responses will be kept confidential.  The Iowa Board of Pharmacy encourages Iowa pharmacists to respond to the survey. Your response is important and greatly appreciated. If you do not receive an email request to participate in the survey, please contact Terry Witkowski or Andrew Funk for a link to the survey.

Thank you, in advance, for your participation in this study.  We believe that the results will be useful to pharmacists as well as others interested in pharmacy practice. If you have questions about this survey, please contact Teri Undem at NDSU (701)231-6578 or teri.undem@ndsu.edu.

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