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Pharmacy Practice Vol 14, No 2 (2016)

Bradford’s law, the long tail principle, and transparency in Journal Impact Factor calculations.
Fernando Fernandez-Llimos.

Effects of a computerized provider order entry and a clinical decision support system to improve cefazolin use in surgical prophylaxis: a cost saving analysis.
Lucas M. Okumura, Izelandia Veroneze, Celia I. Burgardt, Marta F. Fragoso.

Prevalence and nature of off-label antibiotic prescribing for children in a tertiary setting: A descriptive study from Jordan.
Tareq L. Mukattash, Wail A. Hayajneh, Shorok M. Ibrahim, Abeer Ayoub, Nehad Ayoub, Anan S. Jarab, Maher Khdour, Ammar Almaaytah.

A qualitative study exploring physicians’ perceptions on the role of community pharmacists in Dubai.
Ibrahim K. Rayes, Abduelmula R. Abduelkarem.

Assessment of Texan pharmacists’ attitudes, behaviors, and preferences related to continuing pharmacy education.
Fadi M. Alkhateeb, Omar F. Attarabeen, Sarah Alameddine.

Patients’ perception of pharmaceutical services available in a community pharmacy among patients living in a rural area of the United Kingdom.
Piotr Merks, Damian Swieczkowski, Milosz Jaguszewski.

Purchasing Over-the-counter medicines from Australian pharmacy: What do the pharmacy customers value and expect?
Vincent Chan, Hung Tran.

A pharmacy-based medication reconciliation and review program in hemodialysis patients: a prospective study.
Nicholas J. Patricia, Edward F. Foote.

Evaluation of pharmaceutical concerns in Germany: frequency and potential reasons
Gabriele Gradl, Eva-Maria Krieg, Martin Schulz.

Pharmacists’ perceptions of advancing public health priorities through medication therapy management.
Lucas M. Casserlie, Natalie A. DiPietro Mager.

Chronic disease, medications and lifestyle: perceptions from a regional Victorian Aboriginal community.
Melissa Deacon-Crouch, Isabelle Skinner, Mo Connelly, Joseph Tucci.

Non-prescription dispensing of emergency oral contraceptives: Recommendations from the German Federal Chamber of Pharmacists [Bundesapothekerkammer].
Martin Schulz, Ralf Goebel, Claudia Schumann, Petra Zagermann-Muncke.