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2019-01-01How do mental health first aid ™ interventions influence patient help-seeking behaviours? A dilemma for pharmacist mental health first aid respondersChowdhary, A; Zlotnikova, V; Lucas, C; Lonie, JM
2009-11-01Does advice from pharmacy staff vary according to the nonprescription medicine requested?Kelly, FS; Williams, KA; Benrimoj, SI
2007-02-19Management of warfarin in atrial fibrillation: Views of health professionals, older patients and their carersBajorek, BV; Ogle, SJ; Duguid, MJ; Shenfield, GM; Krass, I
2013-11-01Assessing the Implementability of Clinical Pharmacist Interventions in Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease: An Analysis of Systematic ReviewsSalgado, TM; Correr, CJ; Moles, R; Benrimoj, SI; Fernandez-Llimos, F
2016-08-25Qualitative study on the implementation of professional pharmacy services in Australian community pharmacies using framework analysisMoullin, JC; Sabater-Hernández, D; Benrimoj, SI
2012-01-01Pharmacists' interventions in the management of patients with chronic kidney disease: A systematic reviewSalgado, TM; Moles, R; Benrimoj, SI; Fernandez-Llimos, F
2015-06-01Assessment of a screening protocol for type 2 diabetes in community pharmacy. The DiabNow StudyFikri-Benbrahim, N; Martínez-Martínez, F; Saéz-Benito, L; Luque, BS; Corpas, JPG; Moullin, JC; Sabater-Hernández, D
2012-08-01Exploring the role of renal pharmacists in outpatient dialysis centres: A qualitative studySalgado, TM; Moles, R; Benrimoj, SI; Fernandez-Llimos, F
2017-03-01Patients' expectations of the role of the community pharmacist: Development and testing of a conceptual modelSabater-Galindo, M; Ruiz de Maya, S; Benrimoj, SI; Gastelurrutia, MA; Martínez-Martínez, F; Sabater-Hernández, D
2016-04-01Pharmacists' interventions on clinical asthma outcomes: A systematic reviewGarcia-Cardenas, V; Armour, C; Benrimoj, SI; Martinez-Martinez, F; Rotta, I; Fernandez-Llimos, F
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