Meet the author: Cathy Geeson describes the relevance of the newly developed MOAT tool in modern pharmacy practice

Cathy Geeson was the first pharmacist to receive a Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). Her research involved the development of a prediction tool to help hospital pharmacists identify patients at highest risk of preventable medication-related problems.

 

The newly developed Medicines Optimisation Assessment (MOAT) tool has potential to predict those patients most at risk of moderate or severe preventable ‘medication-related problems’ a recently published study has found.

 

The findings of this research were recently published and Cathy was kind enough to join us on the podcast to explain the results and the implication in practice.

 

 

If you prefer to never miss an episode you can subscribe on your preferred podcast platform. Just click on the links below to get going.

 

Published by

PIP editor

A pharmacist led training provider.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.