01Mar 2019

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Clinical Pharmacy Consultations on Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Sleep in Improving Patient-Reported Psychiatric Outcomes for Individuals with Mental Illnesses

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Study was conducted to critically review a journal article; the article was found to be important in the field of clinical pharmacy consultation studies. Our study has reviewed the article thoroughly starting from the introduction, how the original article introduced the problem, collected necessary data and introduced the related papers and analyzed the study results to get the conclusion. The study is found to produce an important contribution in this area of knowledge and add significant information that allows stakeholders to note the involvement of pharmacists in improving the overall health status of patients. It is a step forward for further future researches focusing on the best pharmaceutical practices for the wellbeing of patients and overall healthoutcomes.


Bingham, J., Axon, D., Scovis, N., & Taylor, A. (2018).Evaluating the Effectiveness of Clinical Pharmacy Consultations on Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Sleep in Improving Patient-Reported Psychiatric Outcomes for Individuals with Mental Illnesses. Pharmacy, 7(2); 2-11; doi:10.3390/pharmacy7010002 .

[Alsharif M., Almoussa F., Alfaifi O., Alharbi N., Alali N. and Alshehri G. (2019); Evaluating the Effectiveness of Clinical Pharmacy Consultations on Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Sleep in Improving Patient-Reported Psychiatric Outcomes for Individuals with Mental Illnesses Int. J. of Adv. Res. 7 (3). 18-20] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com


Masheal Abdullah Mohammed Alsharif


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Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/8593       DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/8593


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