Resources

These resources will inspire you to take research findings and put them into practice. These materials all relate to our most recent study on Improving Routine Follow-up for People with Diabetes by Community Pharmacists.

Improving Follow-up: The Research Project

Watch researchers Lori MacCallum and Lisa Dolovich discuss how their study examined barriers and facilitators to diabetes care in community pharmacy, along with additional perspectives from community pharmacists Poshin Jobanputra, Maggie Cheung, and Yujeong Kim.


 

Strategies to Improve Follow-Up for People with Diabetes

Watch researchers Lori MacCallum and Lisa Dolovich, as well as community pharmacists Poshin Jobanputra, Maggie Cheung, and Yujeong Kim, discuss strategies they found that successfully improved follow-up for people with diabetes, such as the importance of raising patient awareness, access to labs, staff buy-in, and physician support.


 

Improving Follow-up: What We Learned

Researchers Lori MacCallum and Lisa Dolovich, along with community pharmacists Poshin Jobanputra, Maggie Cheung, and Yujeong Kim, discuss what they learned about best practices to improve follow-up with patients, the importance of documentation and why this research is more relevant than ever as the MedsCheck program is at risk of being phased out.