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15.02.2019 | Research Article Open Access

Community pharmacists’ role in preventing opioid substitution therapy-related deaths: a qualitative investigation into current UK practice

Background Opioid substitution therapy involves prescribing of medical substitutes like methadone and buprenorphine to patients who are addicted to opioids. The majority of opioid substitution therapy dispensing in the UK is done by community …

05.02.2019 | Research Article

Hospitalization period and direct medical cost in patients using warfarin or novel oral anti‐coagulants after a cerebral embolism

Background Warfarin has been used in Japan for a long time in patients after cerebral embolism to prevent recurrence. Recently, several novel oral anti-coagulants (NOACs) have been approved for use and are gradually replacing warfarin. However, it …

05.02.2019 | Research Article

Factors associated with patient preferences towards deprescribing: a survey of adult patients on prescribed medications

Background Deprescribing is a patient-centered intervention with inherent uncertainties and requires shared decision making and patient involvement. Objective In the present study, we aimed to investigate factors associated with patient …

25.01.2019 | Research Article

Polypharmacy in older patients at primary care units in Brazil

Background Despite extensive studies of polypharmacy in older patients, no consensus regarding the definition of this practice exists in the literature. Several studies have defined polypharmacy as problematic when considering only the numbers of …

25.01.2019 | Research Article

Off-label use of tamoxifen in a Chinese tertiary care hospital

Background Tamoxifen is an estrogen receptor modulator used for the treatment of breast cancer; however, currently, it is used in many off-label indications. Objective To investigate the prevalence of tamoxifen off-label prescribing and explore …

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The International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy (IJCP) offers a platform for articles on research in Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Care and related practice-oriented subjects in the pharmaceutical sciences.

IJCP is a bi-monthly, international, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research data, new ideas and discussions on pharmacotherapy and outcome research, clinical pharmacy, pharmacoepidemiology, pharmacoeconomics, the clinical use of medicines, medical devices and laboratory tests, information on medicines and medical devices information, pharmacy services research, medication management, other clinical aspects of pharmacy.

IJCP publishes original Research articles, Review articles , Short research reports, Commentaries, book reviews, and Letters to the Editor.

International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy is affiliated with the European Society of Clinical Pharmacy (ESCP). ESCP promotes practice and research in Clinical Pharmacy, especially in Europe. The general aim of the society is to advance education, practice and research in Clinical Pharmacy .

Until 2010 the journal was called Pharmacy World & Science.

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