Editorial

Quality of drug information for healthcare professionals: The ARCA acronym

Fernando Fernandez-Llimos
Abstract 1883 | PDF Downloads 1098

Review

Original Research

The practice of OTC counseling by community pharmacists in Parana, Brazil

Gerusa C. Halila, Edson H. Junior, Michel F. Otuki, Cassyano J. Correr
Abstract 2199 | PDF Downloads 1496

The prevalence of major potential drug-drug interactions at a University health centre pharmacy in Jamaica

Tracia-Gay Kennedy-Dixon, Maxine Gossell-Williams, Jannel Hall, Blossom Anglin-Brown
Abstract 1690 | PDF Downloads 1284

Impact of pharmacy-led medication reconciliation on medication errors during transition in the hospital setting.

Lillian L. Smith, Juan F. Mosley II, Sonia Lott, Ernie Cyr, Ramid Amin, Emily Everton, Abdullah Islami, Linh Phan, Opeyemi Komolafe
Abstract 2477 | PDF Downloads 1604

Personality traits of pharmacy and medical students throughout their course of studies

Maria Cordina, Mary-Anne Lauri, Raphael Buttigieg, Josef Lauri
Abstract 1873 | PDF Downloads 1053

The attitudes of pharmacists, students and the general public on mHealth applications for medication adherence

Michael J. Davies, Alysha Kotadia, Hassan Mughal, Ashraf Hannan, Hamdan Alqarni
Abstract 6039 | PDF Downloads 1752 Table 1. Approaches Taken by the General Public to Adhere to Prescribed Medication Regimens (n=400) Downloads 247 Figure 1. The Willingness of the General Public to Use Mobile Apps to Aid Adherence as a Function of Age (n=400) Downloads 221 Figure 2. The Level of Comfort Expressed by the General Public towards the Use of an External Device with an Adherence App (n=400) Downloads 213 Figure 3. Aspects of an Adherence App Considered Important by the Pharmacist Cohort (n=245) Downloads 246 Figure 4. Aspects of Mobile App Design Considered Important by the Pharmacist Cohort (n=254) Downloads 267 Figure 5. The Degree to which the Pharmacist Cohort would be Happy to Educate the Patient in Mobile App Use (n=254) Downloads 279

Evaluation of urban-rural differences in pharmacy practice needs in Maine with the MaPPNA

Sarah L. Martin, Robert P. Baker, Brian J. Piper
Abstract 2648 | PDF Downloads 1134 online appendix Downloads 590 Appendix Downloads 153