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Kelly Grindrod

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Innovation Fund Recipient

Kelly Grindrod, associate professor at the University of Waterloo, and her team will assess the effect of computer-based education (CBE) on the amount of point-of-care testing performed by pharmacists in Ontario. Over the next year, this study will determine if an inexpensive scalable CBE intervention—using the Pharmacy5in5 platform—is an effective strategy to improve pharmacist behaviour in point-of-care testing. To date, evaluation of CBE use among healthcare professionals has been primarily focused on physicians and nurses.

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