Participatory Research for the Development of Community Pharmacy Services
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Universidad de Granada
DepartamentoUniversidad de Granada. Programa de Doctorado en Medicina Clínica y Salud Pública
Community -based participatory researchCommunity pharmacyCommunity pharmacy services
Franco-Trigo, Lucía. Participatory Research for the Development of Community Pharmacy Services. Granada: Universidad de Granada, 2019. [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/57487]
SponsorshipTesis Univ. Granada.; To the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), for granting me the UTS President’s Scholarship (UTSP) and the International Research Scholarship (IRS). Additionally, the UTS Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship awarded to Dr Daniel Sabater-Hernandez (ID number: 2013001605) provided funding for the studies conducted in Australia (Chapters 3 & 5). The Graduate School of Health at UTS and the Pharmaceutical Care Research Group at the University of Granada (UGR) provided funding for the stakeholder analysis in Spain (Chapter 4).
The early involvement of key stakeholders (with various roles and perspectives) in the planning process of a community pharmacy service (CPS), increases the potential of such services to respond to real needs and to be integrated in practice. Participatory development of CPSs was explored in this thesis by reviewing the applicability of stakeholder analysis within planning processes, then putting into practice the initial steps of the development of a cardiovascular disease-prevention CPS. As a result, a preliminary model for chronic care that stipulates which stakeholder groups to consider, seven principles for advanced care and six environmental factors that may influence the implementation of these principles (the NSW-MCC) was proposed