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PAST PROJECTS

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THE ARTEMIS STUDY

Patients with Type-2 diabetes mellitus used devices such as blood glucose monitors, blood pressure devices, heart rate monitors, and pedometers to assist with self-management of the disease

PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE IN A RURAL POPULATION

This study examined the prevalence of the peripheral arterial disease among rural populations and whether early detection of asymptomatic patients is possible by performing the Ankle-Brachial Index

MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN A RURAL POPULATION

Identifying the frequency of patients with mild cognitive impairment is important to implement strategies designed to prevent or delay the onset of the disease

COMMUNITY PHARMACY DIABETES COACHING

This study aimed to develop a coaching program facilitated by community pharmacists, to help rural diabetic patients make beneficial changes in their lives

HEALTH LITERACY & NUMERACY IN RURAL COMMUNITIES

This project investigated the level of health literacy and numeracy of patients in a variety of medical systems

FIRST TRIMESTER BLEEDING IN RURAL WOMEN

This project investigated whether there is dissonance between the priorities of rural women and their health care providers when treating the first trimester bleeding

PULMONARY REHABILITATION PROGRAM IN RURAL SETTING

This study examined the success of a program aimed to improve the lives of rural patients with COPD

DIRECT PATIENT CARE TRAINING FOR RURAL PHARMACISTS IN MEDICATION MANAGEMENT

Presented at the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists Ontario Branch 64th Annual General Meeting Education Sessions and Awards Program, Toronto ON, on Nov 17, 2012