Promoting Influenza Prevention: Pharmacists as Immunization Advocates Abstracts

The following research studies were funded by the Promoting Influenza Prevention research grant program:


The Emergency Department Pharmacist as Influenza Immunization Officer
P.I.: Christopher J. Edwards, Pharm.D., and Katherine M. Hiller, M.D., University Medical Center, Tucson, Ariz. Funded by the 2011 Promoting Influenza Prevention Grant Program.
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Innovative Pharmacist-Led Strategies to Promote Health Care Worker Influenza Immunization
P.I.: Diana P. Vinh, Pharm.D., and Arif R. Sarwari, M.D., M.Sc., West Virginia University School of Pharmacy, Morgantown, W.V. Funded by the 2010 Promoting Influenza Prevention Grant Program.
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Pharmacists in Advocacy and Immunizer Roles (PAIR):  Measuring the Impact on Health Care Worker Immunization Rates
P.I.: Cherokee Layson-Wolf, Pharm.D., and Mona G. Tsoukleris, Pharm.D., University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, Baltimore, Md. Funded by the 2010 Promoting Influenza Prevention Grant Program.
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