The Predictive Contribution of Immunization Programs to Medication Quality Realization

Main Article Content

David L. Schmidt


Findings from this study suggest mixed outcomes regarding the necessity of immunization, as well as its influence on the quality of service provision in clinical and community pharmacy. Imperative to note is that the paper has relied on a study technique, implying that any bias that might have been exercised by the selected scholars is likely to have affected the study’s findings and inference making. Despite this weakness, it is worth concluding that immunization proves important or necessary for use by clinical and community pharmacists only if the drugs being delivered are tailored to the needs and preferences of patients and their families. Therefore, it is recommended that pharmacists consider the needs of patients before administering drugs via immunization. By tailoring the drug content to the conditions or clinical features with which patients present, it is predicted that immunization might boost the quality of community and clinical pharmacy practices via preventive medication, rather than remain reactive and administer drugs only after certain conditions are diagnosed.

Article Details