Report: Univ. of Minn. Rx curriculum increases focus on patient interaction

NEW YORK — As pharmacy retailers increasingly look for ways to improve medication management and increase the face-to-face interaction with patients, the University of Minnesota is helping to prepare its pharmacists for the future, according to a local news report.

According to a KSTP.com report, patient interaction and medication management are becoming a greater focus of the curriculum and residency program at the University of Minnesota.

In the last five years, medication management sessions between patients and pharmacists are up 70% within the U of M/Fairview network, KSTP.com reported.

 

 

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