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Polymédication du sujet âgé : retour sur l'installation du Bilan Partagé de Médication (BPM) en ex-Basse Normandie

Abstract : In France, polymedication of the elderly subject is frequent since it concerns almost half of the population aged 75 and over. With the ageing of the population, this share is bound to increase. By 2050, 20 million people aged 65 and over. The Shared Medication Record (SMR) has been one of the missions of the dispensing pharmacist since March 2018. This is a therapeutic analysis for patients aged 65 and over who are chronically treated with at least five drug molecules. The main objective of this assessment is to limit drug iatrogeny in these people. Given the low number of SMR performed (1100 in October 2020), it is interesting to look at this device through a survey conducted in the former Lower Normandy. This survey first identified pharmacists who practise SMR and others. These two entities were then studied. Firstly, pharmacists practicing SMR were interviewed to provide an overview of their practice, secondly, pharmacists who did not perform the SMR were asked about the barriers and limitations preventing its implementation in the pharmacy. The main difficulties reported by pharmacists are lack of time, difficulties related to the form of the SMR and those related to remuneration. Finally, as a result of this work, a booklet was producted for pharmacists to implement or optimize the practice of SMR in a pharmacy.
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Camille Duval. Polymédication du sujet âgé : retour sur l'installation du Bilan Partagé de Médication (BPM) en ex-Basse Normandie. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2021. ⟨dumas-03443748⟩



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