“A good use of communication reduces the
arbitrary prescription of antibiotics by 25-30%”

The first session of the HAPPY PATIENT Communication skills: Training the trainers for the countries taking part in the project took place yesterday afternoon. The topic addressed was the need to integrate communication skills into clinical practice and, more specifically, when deciding on the prescription of antibiotics. Nieves Barragán and Lucía Arias, as members of the Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine (semFYC)...

WHO IS WHO in HAPPY PATIENT: University of Groningen – RUG

The Department of PharmacoTherapy -Epidemiology and Economics of the University of Groningen (The Netherlands) is responsible for WP6 which is leading the Audit cycles in community pharmacies and adapting the APO Templates to pharmacies in the Target Countries. The members who are participating in the HAPPY PATIENT project come from very different...