The effects of community pharmacy public health interventions on population health and health inequalities: a systematic review of reviews protocol
Community pharmacies have great potential to deliver services aimed at promoting health and preventing disease, and are embedded within communities. In light of a rapid increase in community pharmacy-delivered public health services and an accompanying increase in the evidence base, this systematic review of reviews will synthesise systematic reviews of public health community pharmacy interventions and assess their effects on public health and health inequalities. Findings will support future decision-making around how community pharmacy public health services can be used alongside other strategies to promote health, prevent disease and reduce health inequalities.
Authors: F. Hillier-Brown, C. Bambra, K. Thomson, M. Balaj, N. Walton, A. Todd
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