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Table 2 Description of the strategies developed during the preparation stage of the IMAP implementation

From: Implementation of an interprofessional medication adherence program for HIV patients: description of the process using the framework for the implementation of services in pharmacy

Interventions Provision level Developed strategies
Dissemination of the project Local setting (pharmacies) Identification of trained community pharmacists and encouragement of new pharmacists to receive training in medication adherence (e.g. SISPha program)
Local setting (hospital) Presentation of the medication adherence program to inform all healthcare professionals (physicians and nurses) at the local hospital
Development of the documentation by the research team Organization (hospital) “Descriptive document of the program” for the physician and the nurse to help them present the program to patients, including the list of trained pharmacists
Organization (hospital) A check-list for the physician and the nurse for collecting patient inclusion data. Collected data were: 1) proposal date; 2) acceptation or refusal of inclusion; 3) reason for proposal; 4) reason for refusal or chosen pharmacy for the program, whichever applies
Organization (research) The study protocol elaborated by the research team to evaluate the implementation outcomes; this was reviewed and approved by the physician, the nurse and SISPha
Development of the interprofessional collaboration Organization (pharmacists, physician, nurse, SISPha, research team) Organization of a kickoff meeting between all stakeholders to discuss and align the expectations of all stakeholders, and to present the study protocol