Olayinka O Shiyanbola
Affiliation: South Dakota State University
- Advancing the use of community pharmacy quality measures: a qualitative studyOlayinka O Shiyanbola
College of Pharmacy, South Dakota StateUniversity, Sioux Falls, SD 57107, USA
J Am Pharm Assoc (2003) 53:400-7. 2013....
- Concern beliefs in medications: changes over time and medication use factors related to a change in beliefsOlayinka O Shiyanbola
Department of Pharmacy Practice, South Dakota State University College of Pharmacy, University Center North, 4801 N Career Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57107, USA
Res Social Adm Pharm 9:446-57. 2013..Understanding the factors that would impact a change in concern beliefs would be helpful in interventions that could reframe patients' perceptions about their medicines...
- Evaluation of a student-led interprofessional innovative health promotion model for an underserved population with diabetes: a pilot projectOlayinka O Shiyanbola
South Dakota State University, Pharmacy Practice, University Center North, Sioux Falls, SD 57107, USA
J Interprof Care 26:376-82. 2012..This study acknowledged the potential value of an interprofessional team approach to care. This innovative model could be applied to other practice settings and used for the management of other chronic diseases...
- Concerns and beliefs about medicines and inappropriate medications: An Internet-based survey on risk factors for self-reported adverse drug events among older adultsOlayinka O Shiyanbola
Department of Pharmacy Practice, South Dakota State University College of Pharmacy, Brookings, South Dakota, USA
Am J Geriatr Pharmacother 8:245-57. 2010....
- Variation in patients' and pharmacists' attribution of symptoms and the relationship to patients' concern beliefs in medicationsOlayinka O Shiyanbola
Department of Pharmacy Practice, South Dakota State University, 4801 N Career Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57107, USA
Res Social Adm Pharm 6:334-44. 2010..The process by which symptoms are identified and characterized is related to adverse drug event reporting. Patient and pharmacist symptom attribution may differ and be related to certain patient characteristics...