Attitudes of Pharmacists toward Their Role in Community-Based Clinical Services in Jordan

Dania Mohammad Ahmad Abu Naser


This study aimed to explore the attitudes of community pharmacists concerning the issues related to community pharmacy services in Jordan. The quantitative method was employed, through a self-administered questionnaire, for the purposes of collecting the data. The sample of the study consisted of 582 pharmacists from the governorates of Jordan, who were selected randomly, and completed the questionnaire between January and February 2016. The issues proposed by pharmacists were diagnosis (70.6%), therapy (13.4%), physician (2.7%), reproductive health (1.7%), and health in general (11.5%). The results revealed statistically significant differences between the attitudes of the participants of the study due to gender, experience, education and province.

Keywords: Pharmacists, Community Clinical, Clinical Services in Jordan

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