Residents and their Preceptors
Project Proposal: Workflow Tool for Community Pharmacies to Help Improve Adherence Metrics
“Adherence is affected by numerous different patient-specific factors. It is my hope that this research will provide pharmacies with a workflow tool to help assess and address patient non-adherence in an effective and efficient manner.”
Alyssia Dyett, PharmD currently serves as the PGY1 Community-based Pharmacy Resident at Walgreens/UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Program in Chapel Hill, NC. Dr. Dyett hopes to develop a workflow tool to guide Walgreens Pharmacy personnel in identifying patients in need of assistance reaching adherence goals.