MUPM: Medication Use Processes Matrix

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Resource Type: 
Tool

The Medication Use Processes Matrix (MUMP) was designed to measure how primary health care professionals' perceive their own and others’ contributions to medication-related processes.

This is a 22-item tool with a 5-point scale used to provide a description of medication-related processes in primary care. The tool has 5 subscales: diagnostic and prescribing, monitoring, administrative and documentation and medication review. 

Reference

Farrell, B., Pottie, K., Woodend, K., Yao, V. H., Kennie, N., Sellors, C., Martin, C., and Dolovich, L. (2008). Developing a tool to measure contributions to medication­‐related processes in family practice. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 22(1), 17­‐29.

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Tool Description

This is a 22-item tool with a 5-point scale used to provide a description of medication-related processes in primary care. The tool has 5 subscales: diagnostic and prescribing, monitoring, administrative and documentation and medication review  (Farrel et al., 2008). 

Country Canada
Setting Family Practice Clinics
Professions

All Phases: Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Health Admistration

Sample

91 participants from 5 professions

Subscale(s) & Psychometrics diagnostic & prescribing

See below

monitoring

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administrative & documentation

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education

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medication review

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Internal consistency Cronbach’s α Overall tool = .97, 5 subscales: Diagnosis & prescribing = .96, Monitoring = .81, Administrative/documentation = .84, Education = .85, Medication review = .89, Test-retest reliability: intra-class coefficient (ICC>.80). Content validity and construct validity tested and reported

Contact

bfarrell@bruyere.org

Author(s): 
Dr. Barbara Farrell
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