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  1. Content type: Study protocol

    The National Return of Unwanted Medicines (NatRUM) program in Australia is one of the few nationally coordinated, free-to-consumer schemes to dispose of unwanted medicines globally. This scheme has been in ope...

    Authors: Amanda J. Wheeler, Jean Spinks, Emilie Bettington and Fiona Kelly

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:38

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  2. Content type: Research

    Hypertension is the most prevalent cardiovascular disease in Zimbabwe. The prevalence of Hypertension in the country is above 30% regardless of the cut off used. Currently, majority of patients in Zimbabwe see...

    Authors: Victor Basopo and Paschal N. Mujasi

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:37

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  3. Content type: Research

    Evaluating outcomes after tuberculosis (TB) treatment can help identify the primary reasons for treatment success or failure. However, Yemen has a treatment success rate that remains below the World Health Org...

    Authors: Ammar Ali Saleh Jaber, Amer Hayat Khan and Syed Azhar Syed Sulaiman

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:36

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  4. Content type: Research

    Uganda was one of seven countries in which the United Nations Commission on Life Saving Commodities (UNCoLSC) initiative was implemented starting from 2013. A nationwide survey was conducted in 2015 to determi...

    Authors: Denis Kibira, Freddy Eric Kitutu, Gemma Buckland Merrett and Aukje K. Mantel-Teeuwisse

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:35

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  5. Content type: Research

    Community pharmacists are very accessible to most patients yet; they have been underutilized in the aspect of providing HIV care and services. The World Health Organisation recently recommended expanding commu...

    Authors: Nnenna Ajagu, Maureen Ugonwa Anetoh and Sunday Odunke Nduka

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:34

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  6. Content type: Research

    Supportive supervision has been found to be more effective than corrective fault-oriented inspections. Uganda’s Ministry of Health in 2012 implemented a comprehensive strategy (SPARS) to build medicines manage...

    Authors: Rachael Henry, Lynda Nantongo, Anita Katharina Wagner, Martha Embrey and Birna Trap

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:33

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  7. Content type: Review

    The UK Pharmaceutical Industry is arguably one of the most important industries to consider in the negotiations following the Brexit vote. Providing tens of thousands of jobs and billions in tax revenue and re...

    Authors: Fawz Kazzazi, Cleo Pollard, Paul Tern, Alejandro Ayuso-Garcia, Jack Gillespie and Inesa Thomsen

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:32

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  8. Content type: Research

    High drug spending is a concern for policy makers due to limits on access for patients. Numerous policies have been proposed to address high drug spending. The existence of multifarious proposals makes it diff...

    Authors: Jeromie Ballreich, G. Caleb Alexander, Mariana Socal, Taruja Karmarkar and Gerard Anderson

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:31

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  9. Content type: Research

    Despite making great progress in reducing under five mortality in the last three decades. Uganda still ranks high among countries with the highest under five mortality rates. More than a third (36%) of these d...

    Authors: Lorraine Nabbanja Kabunga and Paschal Mujasi

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:30

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  10. Content type: Research

    Opioids are widely prescribed for chronic non cancer pain (CNCP). Controlled substance agreements (CSAs) are intended to increase adherence and mitigate risk with opioid prescribing. We evaluated the demograp...

    Authors: Lindsey M. Philpot, Priya Ramar, Muhamad Y. Elrashidi, Raphael Mwangi, Frederick North and Jon O. Ebbert

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:29

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  11. Content type: Research

    Different methods in pharmacoepidemiology can be used to study hypnotic use in children. But neither questionnaire-based data nor prescription records can be considered a “gold standard”. This study aimed to i...

    Authors: Ingvild Holdø, Jørgen G. Bramness, Marte Handal, Leila Torgersen, Ted Reichborn-Kjennerud, Eivind Ystrøm, Hedvig Nordeng and Svetlana Skurtveit

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:28

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  12. Content type: Letter to the Editor

    Authors: Isha Patel, Rabia Hussain, Anam Khan, Akram Ahmad, Muhammad Umair Khan and Mohamed Azmi Ahmed Hassalai

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:27

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  13. Content type: Research

    The importance of creating and sustaining a strong culture of patient safety has been recognized as a critical component of safe medication use. This study aims to assess changes in attitudes toward patient sa...

    Authors: Chanadda Chinthammit, Michael T. Rupp, Edward P. Armstrong, Tara Modisett, Rebecca P. Snead and Terri L. Warholak

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:26

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  14. Content type: Research

    Prescribing errors at the time of hospital discharge are common and could potentially lead to avoidable patient harm, especially when they involve insulin, a high-risk medicine widely used for the treatment of...

    Authors: Amie Bain, Lois Nettleship, Sallianne Kavanagh and Zaheer-Ud-Din Babar

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:25

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  15. Content type: Research

    Babies are increasingly being exposed to antibiotics intrapartum in the bid to reduce neonatal and maternal deaths. Intrapartum antibiotic exposure, including even those considered safe in pregnancy, have been...

    Authors: Kwesi Boadu Mensah, Kwame Opoku-Agyeman and Charles Ansah

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:24

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  16. Content type: Research

    Reports from drug utilization reviews are important tools employed in the assessment of healthcare practices. The objective of this study was to evaluate drug utilization patterns among elderly hospitalized pa...

    Authors: Muhammad Rehan Sarwar, Muhammad Atif, Shane Scahill, Anum Saqib, Muhammad Qamar-uz-Zaman and Zaheer Babar

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:23

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  17. Content type: Commentary

    Despite pharmaceutical sciences being a core component of pharmacy curricula, few published studies have focussed on innovative methodologies to teach the content. This commentary identifies imaging techniques...

    Authors: Louise E. Curley, Julia Kennedy, Jordan Hinton, Ali Mirjalili and Darren Svirskis

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:22

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  18. Content type: Research

    The private retail drug shops market in Bangladesh is largely unregulated and unaccountable, giving rise to irrational use of drugs and high Out-of-pocket expenditure on health. These shops are served by sales...

    Authors: Syed Masud Ahmed, Nahitun Naher, Tarek Hossain and Lal Bahadur Rawal

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:21

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  19. Content type: Review

    Smoking is the number one cause of preventable morbidity and mortality globally and although many countries have invested heavily in smoking cessation programs, 21% of the global population still smoke. Post c...

    Authors: Raewyn Rees and Ali Seyfoddin

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:20

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  20. Content type: Review

    The challenge of providing access to high-priced patented medicines is a global problem affecting all countries. A decade and a half ago the use of flexibilities contained in the World Trade Organization Agree...

    Authors: Ellen F. M. ‘t Hoen, Pascale Boulet and Brook K. Baker

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:19

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  21. Content type: Research

    Barriers to expanding access to medicines include weak pharmaceutical sector governance, lack of transparency and accountability, inadequate attention to social services on the political agenda, and financing ...

    Authors: Taryn Vian, Jillian C. Kohler, Gilles Forte and Deirdre Dimancesco

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:18

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  22. Content type: Research

    Many middle-income countries are scaling up health insurance schemes to provide financial protection and access to affordable medicines to poor and uninsured populations. Although there is a wealth of evidence...

    Authors: Warren A. Kaplan, Paul G. Ashigbie, Mohamad I. Brooks and Veronika J. Wirtz

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:17

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  23. Content type: Research

    Medicines use related challenges such as inadequate adherence, high levels of antimicrobial resistance and preventable adverse drug reactions have underscored the need to incorporate pharmaceutical services to...

    Authors: Niranjan Konduri, Megan Rauscher, Shiou-Chu Judy Wang and Tanya Malpica-Llanos

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:16

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  24. Content type: Research

    The Affordable Medicines Facility for malaria (AMFm) Program was a subsidy aimed at artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs) in order to increase availability, affordability, and market share of ACTs in ...

    Authors: Alexander Freeman, Anthony Kwarteng, Lawrence Gyabaa Febir, Seeba Amenga-Etego, Seth Owusu-Agyei and Kwaku Poku Asante

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:15

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  25. Content type: Research

    The purpose of this study is to explore medication-related perceptions of adult patients with type 2 diabetes attending treatment in public hospitals of urban centers in central Ethiopia.

    Authors: Bruck Messele Habte, Tedla Kebede, Teferi Gedif Fenta and Heather Boon

    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2017 10:14

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