PimCheck - Potentially Inappropriate Medication - Patients in the Internal Medicine Unit
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PIM-Check winner of the Trophées de la e-santé (prize in the student category) PIM-Check is celebrating its 1st Anniversary. Thank you to the 95,000 users for their confidence in PIM-Check.

As a preamble

PIM-Check is an international prescription-screening checklist to detect potentially inappropriate medication (PIM), in patients typically admitted in general internal medicine. It was developed independently of any interest group.

This project included a multidisciplinary and international panel of experts in medication management, consisting of 23 internists, 17 medical specialists and 25 clinical pharmacists from Belgium, Canada, France, and Switzerland.

Statements included in this tool were developed using a four-step process, including literature review, semi-structured interviews, a two rounds Delphi method involving 40 internists and clinical pharmacists and a forward-translation back-translation process (French → English) for international validation and use.

This website is dedicated to healthcare professionals. Its content does not replace the judgment of physicians and pharmacists and their prescriptions and analysis liability.

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