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International Journal of Pharmacy Practice

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Special Issue: Abstracts of papers presented at the Health Services Research & Pharmacy Practice Conference in Norwich, UK, 5-6 May 2011

June 2011

Volume 19, Issue Supplement s1

Pages 1–53

  1. Conference Programme

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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      Conference Programme (pages 1–3)

      Version of Record online: 5 MAY 2011 | DOI: 10.1111/j.2042-7174.2011.00116.x

  2. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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  3. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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  4. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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  5. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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  6. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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  7. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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  8. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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  9. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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  10. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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  11. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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  12. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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  13. Poster Session

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
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      Poster Session (pages 40–51)

      Version of Record online: 5 MAY 2011 | DOI: 10.1111/j.2042-7174.2011.00124.x

  14. Author Index

    1. Top of page
    2. Conference Programme
    3. Oral Session 1 – Managing Addiction in Community Pharmacy – Chairs: Christine Bond and Richard Holland
    4. Oral Session 2 – Supporting Patient Medicines Taking – Chairs: Laura Sahm and Penny Vicary, Patient Representative
    5. Oral Session 3 – Enhancing the Role of the Community Pharmacist – Chairs: James Desborough and Amanda Wellings, Patient Representative
    6. Oral Session 4 – Maintaining Professional Competence to Ensure Patient Safety – Chair: Paul Bissell
    7. Oral Session 5 – Defining the Pharmacists' Role in Prescribing for Older Persons – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Helen May
    8. Oral Session 6 – Improving Patient Care Through Pharmacist Prescribing – Chairs: Stephen Byrne and Matthew Small
    9. Oral Session 7 – The Role of the Community Pharmacy: Perspectives of Patients and Prescribers – Chairs: Beth Allen and Margaret McWilliams, Patient Representative
    10. Oral Session 8 – Early Professional Career Development – Chairs: Dai John and Sue Ambler
    11. Oral Session 9 – MURs: Optimising Patient Benefits – Chairs: Debi Bhattacharya and Barbara Staffa, Patient Representative
    12. Oral Session 10 – Improving Medicines Management in an Acute Care Setting – Chairs: Mary Tully and Brit Cadman
    13. Oral Session 11 – Preparing for Pharmacy Revalidation – Chair: Jane Sutton
    14. Poster Session
    15. Author Index
    1. You have free access to this content
      Author Index (by abstract number) (pages 52–53)

      Version of Record online: 5 MAY 2011 | DOI: 10.1111/j.2042-7174.2011.00125.x

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