International Journal of Pharmacy Practice

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Edited By: Christine Bond, University of Aberdeen, UK

Online ISSN: 2042-7174

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Call for papers: “Health Technologies”
Submission deadline: 1st April 2016.

International Journal of Pharmacy Practice is pleased to announce that the journal will be publishing a special themed issue on “Health Technologies”.
Papers should be submitted online with a cover letter indicating that you are submitting for this special issue.

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 2014. 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 2014 can be found here.

Top Cited Papers

Some of International Journal of Pharmacy Practice's most recent top cited papers are listed below for you to read:

Who do you think you are? Pharmacists' perceptions of their professional identity
Rebecca Elvey, Karen Hassell, et al.

Value of pharmacy services to the healthcare system: an interdisciplinary assessment
Danielle L. Cruthirds, Peter J. Hughes, et al.

The impact of Medicines Information enquiry answering on patient care and outcomes
Diane M. Bramley, Alison J. Innes, et al.

European drug shortages: a call for action!
Isabelle Huys and Steven Simoens

Integration of pharmacists into general practice clinics in Australia: the views of general practitioners and pharmacists
Edwin C.K. Tan, Kay Stewart, et al.

Deprescribing: a brave new word?
David P. Alldred

Screening for major diseases in community pharmacies: a systematic review
Abimbola Adebukola Ayorinde, Terry Porteous, et al.

Editor's Choice

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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.

Pharmaceutical care of older people: what do older people want from community pharmacy?
Kathryn Wood, Fiona Gibson, Andrew Radley and Brian Williams

Safety of medication use in primary care
Janice O. Olaniyan, Maisoon Ghaleb, Soraya Dhillon and Paul Robinson

Using the theory of planned behaviour to develop targets for interventions to enhance patient communication during pharmacy consultations for non-prescription medicines
Margaret C. Watson, Marie Johnston, Vikki Entwistle, Amanda J. Lee, Christine M. Bond and Shona Fielding

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease case finding by community pharmacists: a potential cost-effective public health intervention
David Wright, Michael Twigg and Tracey Thornley

Why not consider publishing Open Access?

By selecting to publish through Wiley’s open access option, OnlineOpen, articles are immediately freely available to read, download and share. Check out these OnlineOpen papers published from International Journal of Pharmacy Practice:

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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