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Dr. Ross Tsuyuki

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Innovation Fund Recipient
2017

With the support of the Innovation grant and additional funding from the New Brunswick Pharmacists’ Association, Dr. Tsuyuki and his team tracked and quantified the impact of pharmacist management of patients with uncomplicated urinary tract infection.

As follow-up to the study, the research team conductied an economic analysis and developed a practice tool to help pharmacists document their work around UTI treatment and keep track of patients treated.

RxOUTMAP practice tool for pharmacists

Published study July 2019 – Economic analysis

News article Sept 2018 – “Pharmacists for UTI management a ‘no-brainer'”

Published study June 2018 – “Outcomes of Urinary Tract Infection Management by Pharmacists (RxOUTMAP)”

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Innovation Showcase 2023

A veteran health journalist reflects on how technological innovation will impact pharmacy practices, patient care, insurance coverage drug development, and more, for better or worse.