A Digitally Enabled, Pharmacist service to detecT medicine harms in residential aged care: the ADEPT project

  • Milte, Rachel (Chief Investigator (Flinders Lead))
  • Lim, Renly (Chief Investigator (Project Lead))
  • Meola, Tahlia (Chief Investigator)
  • Brown, Peter (Chief Investigator)
  • Dumuid, Dot (Chief Investigator)
  • Roughead, Elizabeth (Libby) (Chief Investigator)

Project Details


We propose using digital technologies and an evidence-based digital platform to assist the pharmacists with actively monitoring medicine harms. Over 12 months, our interdisciplinary team at the University of South Australia (UniSA), University of New South Wales (UNSW) and Flinders University will implement the TeleClinical Care platform incorporating data from a suite of digital technologies (e.g., activity tracker) at the Tanunda Lutheran Home, South Australia. Our proposed project will complement the government’s model by providing pharmacists with the right tools and training so that pharmacists can effectively detect and
manage medicine harms to improve resident outcomes.
Effective start/end date31/12/22 → 30/12/23


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