Pharmacy Consultation Outcomes During A Lung Cancer Awareness Campaign

Christine Heading, Amira Guirguis, Shreya Shah & Bancroft Stephanie
An opportunistic lung cancer awareness campaign was undertaken by 29 pharmacies in NW London. Evaluation findings included a statistically significant difference between the in-pharmacy outcomes for men and women. Referral to a GP was more likely to be the sole outcome for women than men (p<0.01) and inclusion of an OTC product was a more likely outcome for men than women (p<0.0045). Sample size 105 (53 women; 52 men). This is consistent with lung cancer...
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