In the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake, medical supply vehicles (mobile pharmacies) were dispatched from Oita, Wakayama, and Hiroshima and contributed to medical treatment in the disaster area. In this qualitative research, authors conducted a semi-structured interview of 21 pharmacists. The modified grounded theory approach was used for data collection and analysis to generate 36 concepts and 13 categories. The support pharmacists maintained mobile pharmacies as a method for cooperation among multiple occupations, and talked about further collaboration of mobile pharmacies.
What Is Qualitative Research?
Released: June 01, 2017 | Volume 137 Issue 6 Pages 653-658
Evaluation of Moisturizing Effect of Heparinoid Ointment (Hirudoid Soft Ointment) Diluted by White Petrolatum (Propeto)
Released: June 01, 2017 | Volume 137 Issue 6 Pages 763-766
Haruka Manabe, Akane Nozawa, Mika Matsumoto, Michiteru Ohtani
Differences of Pain Anesthetic Effect Expression on Using Lidocaine Tape in Hemodialysis Patients
Released: November 01, 2007 | Volume 127 Issue 11 Pages 1797-1799
Research Misconduct in Japan and How It Is Covered by the Media
Released: April 01, 2018 | Volume 138 Issue 4 Pages 459-464
An Approach for Safe Medication Assistance in Nursing Homes: A Workshop to Identify Problems of and Plan Measures for Care Workers
Released: June 01, 2016 | Volume 136 Issue 6 Pages 913-923
Hyerim Park, Akiko Miki, Hiroki Satoh, Hideyuki Maki, Kohei Asai, Yukari Konishi, Yasufumi Sawada