Leveraging the EHR to Promote Pharmacy Adoption of Dosing Best Practices and Reduce Parent Errors in Administering Pediatric Liquid Medications: A Health Literacy-Informed Approach

Brief description of study

The purpose of this study is to learn the best way to help parents give their children medicines safely. This is a pre-/post-implementation study that will be performed with English- and Spanish-speaking parents of children prescribed oral liquid medications (dose 10mL or less) in the pediatric emergency room, outpatient general pediatric clinic, and pediatric subspecialty clinics of 2 New York city hospital systems (NYU Langone Health – Brooklyn and NYC Health+Hospitals - Bellevue Hospital).

Clinical Study Identifier: s21-00972
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT05146388
Principal Investigator: Hsiang Yin.

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