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Neil McKinnon

Headshot of Neil McKinnon - Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy
Innovation Fund Recipient
2010

SafetyNET-Rx: Development and Testing of Evaluation Guides

Neil McKinnon and his research team at Dalhousie University received $48,000 from the Canadian Foundation for Pharmacy’s Innovation Fund to support SafetyNET-Rx, a standardized community pharmacy quality improvement program. Pharmacists and pharmacy assistants and technicians learn to identify and categorize specific medication errors and “near misses” (errors intercepted before a patient receives a prescription), then anonymously submit each error to a national database for subsequent analysis so pharmacy may implement practice changes to help prevent such errors from occurring again.

Related links:

2016 news article – SafetyNET-Rx has been a game changer

2014 news article – SK adopts SafetyNET-Rx for quality assurance

2010 news article – CFP announces 2010 Innovation Fund Grant winner

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