The pharmacist needs to understand the characteristics of each drug and work on optimizing prescriptions, such as considering dosage and usage schedules to avoid various risks and problems. In this study, multidisciplinary clinical team meetings where pharmacists can effectively share information on the current status of benzodiazepine receptor agonist (BZRA) use and their prescription recommendations with other clinical team members can lead to reduced BZRA dosages. Therefore, this study will be a guide to the intervention of Japanese pharmacists.
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