International Journal of Pharmacy Practice
© Royal Pharmaceutical Society
Edited By: Christine Bond, University of Aberdeen, UK
Online ISSN: 2042-7174
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Thank you Reviewers
On behalf of IJPP's Editorial Board, we would like to thank all those who provided high quality peer review comments to editors and authors in 2015. Without such willing support, the journal would not have achieved its academic goals.
A list of all individuals who contributed to the journal by peer reviewing articles in 2015 can be found here.
Top Cited Papers
Some of International Journal of Pharmacy Practice's top cited papers published in 2014-2015 are listed below for you to read:
What do community pharmacists do?: results from a work sampling study in London
James E. Davies, Nicholas Barber, et al.
Deprescribing: a brave new word?
David P. Alldred
Integration of pharmacists into general practice clinics in Australia: the views of general practitioners and pharmacists
Edwin C.K. Tan, Kay Stewart, et al.
Children's views on microneedle use as an alternative to blood sampling for patient monitoring
Karen Mooney, James C. McElnay, et al.
How to attract them and keep them: the pharmacy attributes that matter to Australian residents with chronic conditions
Sara S. McMillan, Adem Sav, et al.
Does training in motivational interviewing for community pharmacists improve outcomes for methadone patients? A cluster randomised controlled trial
Mariesha Jaffray, Catriona Matheson, et al.
Management of over-the-counter insomnia complaints in Australian community pharmacies: a standardized patient study
Krishneeta C. Kashyap, Lisa M. Nissen, et al.
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“These patients look lost” – Community pharmacy staff's identification and support of patients with limited health literacy
Ellen S. Koster, Daphne Philbert, et al.
Adapting and remodelling the US Institute for Safe Medication Practices’ Medication Safety Self-Assessment tool for hospitals to be used to support national medication safety initiatives in Finland
Ercan Celikkayalar, Minna Myllyntausta, et al.
Development of indicators to assess the quality of medicines reconciliation at hospital admission: an e-Delphi study
Mohammed Sulaiman Aljamal, Darren Ashcroft, et al.
Pharmacist independent prescribing in critical care: results of a national questionnaire to establish the 2014 UK position
Richard S. Bourne, Paul Whiting, et al.
Telephone interpreter discrepancies: videotapes of Hmong medication consultations
Maichou Lor and Betty Chewning
Community pharmacists' experience and perceptions of the New Medicines Service (NMS)
Beverley Lucas and Alison Blenkinsopp
Evaluation of a consultant audit and feedback programme to improve the quality of antimicrobial prescribing in acute medical admissions
Elaine Roberts, Dalia M. Dawoud, et al.
Applying micro-costing methods to estimate the costs of pharmacy interventions: an illustration using multi-professional clinical medication reviews in care homes for older people
Tracey H. Sach, James Desborough, et al.
Australian pharmacies prevent potential adverse reactions in patients taking warfarin requesting over-the-counter analgesia
Brett V. MacFarlane, Jenny K. Bergin, et al.
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New roles in pharmacy – learning from the All Wales Common Ailments Scheme
Efi Mantzourani, Thomas Gwyn Richards, et al.
The four or more medicines (FOMM) support service: results from an evaluation of a new community pharmacy service aimed at over-65s
Michael J. Twigg, David Wright, et al.
A pilot randomised controlled trial to assess the utility of an e-learning package that trains users in adverse drug reaction causality
Elizabeth J. Conroy, Jamie J. Kirkham, et al.
An evaluation of a multi-site community pharmacy–based chronic obstructive pulmonary disease support service
David Wright, Michael Twigg, et al.
Assisting people with dementia with their medicines: experiences of family carers
Felicity Smith, Madelon S. Grijseels, et al.
Community pharmacy type 2 diabetes risk assessment: demographics and risk results
Michael J. Twigg, David J. Wright, et al.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease case finding by community pharmacists: a potential cost-effective public health intervention
David Wright, Michael Twigg, et al.
Training pharmacists to deliver a complex information technology intervention (PINCER) using the principles of educational outreach and root cause analysis
Stacey Sadler, Sarah Rodgers, et al.
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