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1687 Articles
K. B Amihere (2015) I Spoke For Freedom: History And Politics Of The Ghana Press. Published By DigiBooks Ghana Limited, Gh100.00
David Larweh Baako
Freedom, Politics, Freedom: History, Ghana

I spoke for freedom: history and politics of the Ghana press, is a book that recounts the professional journey of an accomplished media luminary who has worked in all aspects of the media space in G... 3 days ago

Evaluating the Importance of Phonetic Pattern in Teaching Foreign Language and Learning: Potential Advantages
Larissa Agbemelo-Tsomafo
langue étrangère, phonétique, français, communication

Second language (L2) learners are often concerned about the ‘foreign’ quality of their accent, and many express a desire to sound more like a ‘native speaker’ of the L2. This review paper f... 7 days ago

Improving bedside dispensing services through early medication discharge planning: a pre-post intervention study
Ai Ling Oh, Yi Jing Tan, Wan Choon Chong, Irene Yee Yew Chieng, Jaime Yoke May C...
Bedside dispensing, Medication discharge planning, Medication errors, Medication reconciliation, Transition of care

Background: Delays in producing discharge prescriptions have hindered the provision of bedside dispensing services (BEDISC) that enable medication reconciliation and pharmaceutical intervention, which... 2 weeks ago

Common deficiencies found in generic Finished Pharmaceutical Product (FPP) applications submitted for registration to the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA)
Lerato Moeti, Madira Litedu & Jacques Joubert
Finished Pharmaceutical Product (FPP), Common defciencies, South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA), Non-sterile products, Sterile products

Background: The aim of the study was to investigate the common defciencies observed in the Finished Pharmaceutical Product (FPP) section of generic product applications submitted to SAHPRA. The study ... 2 weeks ago

The availability of priority medicines for children under 5 years in eThekwini, South Africa
Shannice Mahadeo, Keshmika Narain, Lungelo Mhlongo, Desmaine Chetty, Lindelani M...
: Essential medicines lists, Priority medicines, Children under 5 years, Availability, Afordability

ential medicines are accessible and afordable to the population is key to saving lives. This study investigated accessibility, availability and afordability of a basket of priority medicines for chil... 2 weeks ago

Assessment of COVID-19 vaccines acceptance in the Lebanese population: a national cross-sectional study
Assessment of COVID-19 vaccines acceptance in the Lebanese population: a nationa...
COVID-19, Vaccines, Acceptance, Middle East, Lebanon

Background: Vaccines have become the best weapon for epidemic prevention and control in the absence of standard approved efective therapies. However, skepticism about the vaccine efcacy and safety is ... 2 weeks ago

Counterfeits, Substandard medicines, South African regulations, COVID-19 pandemic, Pharmaceutical policy, Regulation of medicines, Public health
Izzati-Nadhirah Mohamad, Calvin Ke-Wen Wong, Chii-Chii Chew, E-Li Leong, Biing-H...
Anti-bacterial agents, COVID-19, Prevalence, Infectious disease, Malaysia, Antibiotic use

ackground: During the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, antibiotic usage among COVID-19 patients was noted to be high in many countries. The objective of this study was to determine the prevalenc... 2 weeks ago

An exploratory assessment of the legislative framework for combating counterfeit medicines in South Africa
R. J. Moshoeshoe, G. M. Enslin & D. R. Katerere
Counterfeits, Substandard medicines, South African regulations, COVID-19 pandemic, Pharmaceutical policy, Regulation of medicines, Public health

Background: Substandard and Falsifed (SF) medical products are a growing global concern. They harm the individual patient, the healthcare system and the economy. The World Health Organisation (WHO) ha... 2 weeks ago

The availability of priority medicines for children under 5 years in eThekwini, South Africa
Shannice Mahadeo, Keshmika Narain, Lungelo Mhlongo, Desmaine Chetty, Lindelani M...
Essential medicines lists, Priority medicines, Children under 5 years, Availability, Afordability

Background: Globally, an estimated 8.1 million children under 5 years die annually in developing countries. Ensur‑ ing essential medicines are accessible and afordable to the population is key to s... 2 weeks ago

Polypharmacy and the occurrence of potential drug–drug interactions among geriatric patients at the outpatient pharmacy department of a regional hospital in Durban, South Africa
Adetola Olaniyi Bojuwoye, Fatima Suleman & Velisha Ann Perumal-Pillay
: Polypharmacy, Drug interactions, Geriatric, South Africa

Background: Polypharmacy is the administration of an excessive number of medicines and a signifcant irrational medicine use practice. Little is known about this practice in South Africa. This study a... 2 weeks ago

Designing a resilience model for pharmaceutical supply chain during crises: a grounded theory approach
Peivand Bastani, Omid Sadeghkhani, Ramin Ravangard, Rita Rezaei, Parisa Bikine &...
Pharmaceutical supply chain, Resilience, Disaster, Grounded theory, Consumable medical equipment

Background: During disasters or crises, the traditional models of supply chain encounter failure and skewedness under the inevitable and unknown pressures. The procurement and transformation of requi... 2 weeks ago

Use of professional practice guidance resources in pharmacy: a cross-sectional nationwide survey of pharmacists, intern pharmacists, and pharmacy students
Deanna Mill, Jacinta L. Johnson, Kenneth Lee, Sandra M. Salter, Danielle D’Lim...
Access and use patterns for professional practice guidance resources change with experience. Professional organisations responsible for developing resources should consider these patterns when designing and reviewing resources and related policies. To ens

Background: Variations in practice are commonplace in healthcare where health professionals, such as pharmacists act as autonomous practitioners. This is evident in simulated patient studies, where p... 2 weeks ago

Commonwealth Pharmacy Association, Pharmacy workforce, Pharmacy practice, Universal Health Coverage, Sustainable Development Goals
David Prieto-Merino, Amy Mulick, Craig Armstrong, Helen Hoult, Scott Fawcett, Li...
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Background: The proportion of days covered (PDC) is used to estimate medication adherence by looking at the proportion of days in which a person has access to the medication, over a given period of i... 2 weeks ago

Commonwealth Pharmacy Association, Pharmacy workforce, Pharmacy practice, Universal Health Coverage, Sustainable Development Goals
David Prieto-Merino, Amy Mulick, Craig Armstrong, Helen Hoult, Scott Fawcett, Li...
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Background: The proportion of days covered (PDC) is used to estimate medication adherence by looking at the proportion of days in which a person has access to the medication, over a given period of i... 2 weeks ago

National pharmacy associations in the commonwealth: current scenario and future needs to maximise effective contributions of the pharmacy profession towards universal health coverage
National pharmacy associations in the commonwealth: current scenario and future ...
Commonwealth Pharmacy Association, Pharmacy workforce, Pharmacy practice, Universal Health Coverage, Sustainable Development Goals

Background: The Commonwealth Pharmacists Association (CPA) is a charity representing pharmacists across the Commonwealth, with the vision of empowering and collaboratively develop the profession and ... 2 weeks ago

Prevalence and risk factors of burnout among Lebanese community pharmacists in the era of COVID-19 pandemic: results from the first national cross-sectional survey
Dalal Youssef, Janet Youssef, Hamad Hassan & Linda Abou-Abbas
Burnout, Community pharmacists, COVID-19, Prevalence, Risk factors, Lebanon

Background: Community pharmacists (CPs) are increasingly facing occupational challenges as a result of the COVID19 pandemic, putting them at high risk of burnout. This study aimed to assess the preval... 2 weeks ago

Marketing authorization of COVID-19 vaccines across UK, EU, and the US: fact-checking and the implications for future research
Nasir Abbas & Zaheer-Ud-Din Babar
Marketing authorization, COVID-19 vaccines, EU, US, UK

While having access to safe and efcient vaccines is essential for eradicating the COVID-19 pandemic, gaining market‑ ing authorisation is a critical step in enabling and speeding this process. On D... 2 weeks ago

Role of clinical pharmacists in epilepsy management at a general hospital in Vietnam: a before-and-after study
Hong Tham Pham, Minh-Hoang Tran, Ngoc Quy Nguyen, Van Tan Vo & Manh Hung Tran
Adverse drug reaction, Antiepileptic drug, Clinical pharmacist, Epilepsy, Vietnam

Background: Clinical pharmacists have an important role in inter-professional healthcare collaboration for epilepsy management. However, the pharmacy practices of managing epilepsy are still limited ... 2 weeks ago

Expectations and experiences of women regarding maternal healthcare services in Pakistan: challenges and lessons to be learnt
Madeeha Malik, Katherine Prescott, Maliha Khalid, Ayisha Hashmi & Ayyaz Kiani
Maternal health, Maternal care services, Pre-birth, Post-birth, Women, Healthcare, Pakistan

Background: Access to maternal healthcare services is an essential pre-requisite for improving women’s health. However, due to poor access and underutilization, women in developing countries remain... 2 weeks ago

Prevalence and predictors of self-medication among university students in Ethiopia: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Getahun Fetensa, Tadesse Tolossa, Werku Etafa & Ginenus Fekadu
Ethiopia, Meta-analysis, Self-medication, Students, Systematic review

Background: Self-medication of medicines is a global issue particularly among those with good access and familiarity with medications such as university students. It has a signifcant impact on drug re... 2 weeks ago

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