Associate Professor University of Maryland School of Pharmacy Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Kathleen Pincus, PharmD: No financial relationships to disclose
Interdisciplinary collaboration when addressing social determinants of health in pharmacy ensures a well-rounded, patient centered approach that considers all relevant factors affecting patient well-being. Attend this session to learn how to work with other professionals such as case workers and social workers to improve patient outcomes, enhance care delivery and create a more equitable healthcare system.
Define interdisciplinary collaboration and its significance in healthcare.
Identify the various types of healthcare professionals involved in interdisciplinary collaboration for addressing social determinants of health (SDOH)
Discuss common barriers to interdisciplinary collaboration in pharmacy.
Apply the best interdisciplinary collaboration pharmacy practices to patient case scenarios.