EOI: Pharmacists wanted to deliver PharMIbridge or MedsCheck services to consumers living with severe and persistent mental illness
Are you interested in learning how to better support consumers living with severe and persistent mental illness as a mental health friendly pharmacy?
PharMIbridge Research Team is looking to recruit community pharmacies in the Northern Sydney region to participate in the PharMIbridge Randomised Controlled Trial (RCT) and deliver either the PharMIbridge service or study-funded MedsCheck service to consumers living with severe and persistent mental illness.
Participating community pharmacies will be remunerated to support training attendance and service delivery. Click here to read the study flyer and learn more.
How to register your interest
Register your interest in the Bridging the Gap Between Physical and Mental Illness in Community Pharmacy Randomised Controlled Trial (PharMIbridge RCT). If you are a pharmacy owner or manager please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Sydney (USYD), Griffith University (GU), The Pharmacy Guild of Australia and The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia have partnered to evaluate the effectiveness of an individualised medicine support service (PharMIbridge service) within community pharmacy.
The PharMIbridge service focuses on medication adherence and mental and physical wellbeing for people living with severe and persistent mental illness. This research received grant funding from the Australian Government.
Do you know a pharmacist who may be interested in learning more?
Do you or your team work closely with pharmacies in the Northern Sydney region and you think they might be interested in participating or learning more? If yes, please forward on this email to them and ask them to contact email@example.com – a Research Team member will then contact you to answer any questions and assess your eligibility.
To find out more about the study visit: https://www.griffith.edu.au/menzies-health-institute-queensland/our-research/pharmibridge