약학회지
YAKHAK HOEJI
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Table. 3.

Table. 3.

Perceptions of interprofessional collaboration and differences between groups

Variables Group Agreement score (Low 1 - High 4)

N Mean±SD Mean difference p
Satisfaction with communication and collaboration between pharmacist and MD Pharmacist
MD
151
57
2.68±0.80
2.77±0.78
-0.09 0.469

Necessity of interprofessional collaboration Pharmacist
MD
162
62
3.73±0.51
3.06±0.59
0.66 0.000

Share patient’s information on ( ) each other for optimal medication therapy (if the patient agrees) Medical history Pharmacist
MD
162
62
3.52±0.59
2.26±0.83
1.26 0.000

Medication history Pharmacist
MD
162
62
3.70±0.49
2.93±0.81
0.76 0.000

Medication adherence Pharmacist
MD
162
62
3.70±0.50
2.94±081
0.77 0.000

Adverse drug reaction occurrence pharmacist
MD
162
62
3.84±0.37
3.27±0.87
0.57 0.000

Drug utilization review of prescription and discuss prescription change if necessary together Pharmacist
MD
162
62
3.77±0.47
2.34±0.97
1.43 0.000

Trust in each other as a partner for collaborative medication therapy pharmacist
MD
162
62
3.14±0.63
2.76±0.64
0.38 0.000

Current overall interprofessional collaboration status in outpatient settings Pharmacist
MD
162
62
2.09±0.78
2.03±0.68
0.54 0.629
Yakhak Hoeji 2021;65:158-67 https://doi.org/10.17480/psk.2021.65.2.158
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