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Clinical research and knowledge transfer unit on childhood asthma (CRUCA)

Establishing a Medication Data Registry (REMED)

The objective of the project is to build a database containing information on medication prescribed to individuals and dispensed by community pharmacies for people with private drug insurance. Eventually, this registry will evaluate the impact of the quality of the prescription and the adherence of patients and their families to treatment prescribed. The purpose is to improve health care services and the treatment of pediatric asthma by identifying the most critical needs in clinical research and knowledge transfer.

Principal investigator
Lucie Blais, Ph.D., Faculty of pharmacy, University of Montréal

Principal investigator at the CHU Sainte-Justine
Anick Bérard, Ph.D., Faculty of pharmacy, University of Montréal

Co-investigators
Lyne Lalonde BPharm, Ph.D., Faculty of pharmacy, University of Montréal
Sylvie Perreault BPharm, Ph.D., Faculty of pharmacy, University of Montréal
Jocelyne Moisan Ph.D., Faculty of pharmacy, Université Laval
Elham Rahme Ph.D., Research Institute of the McGill university health centre

Granting organizations
Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé (FRQS) and pharmaceutical companies.

Financing
Around 700 000$

Study Duration
Indefinite

Project team
Geneviève Lalonde (Research coordinator)

For more information, contact Geneviève Lalonde at (514) 343-6111 extension 8788

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Updated on 10/15/2014
Created on 10/15/2014
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