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The dynamic development and rapid technological progress is enabled by the usage of modern materials based on the unique chemical and structural properties of compounds in their synthesis. Carbon-based nanomaterials and topological polymers have received special attention, both in terms of the possibilities of creating and modelling their structure...
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Clinical trials during public health emergencies of novel medical products such as therapeutics and vaccines in resource-limited settings are daunting due to the limited capacity for regulatory assessment. Regulating clinical trials during the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone required expedited evaluation to identify medical products that could be pr...
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Background SARS-CoV-2 is a novel coronavirus which has caused a global pandemic. Due to the lack of available treatment for COVID-19 infections, prevention plays the most important role in combating the virus. Educational programs among students of medical faculties is necessary, because in the future they will act as health educators in the health...
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Background Myotonic dystrophy (DM) is a rare, inherited disorder with multi-systemic effects that impact the skeletal muscles, eyes, heart, skin and gastrointestinal, endocrine, respiratory, and central nervous systems. DM is divided into two subtypes: DM1 can present from early childhood through adulthood and also has a congenital form (cDM) while...
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Background and aims: The coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) pandemic disrupted medical care of patients with chronic wounds, and in combination with other negative effects of lockdown measures, this may have a negative effect on mood and quality of life. Until now, the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns for individuals...
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In South Africa, where an estimated 34% of nearly 7-million HIV-positive people were not on antiretroviral therapy (ART) in 2019, innovative strategies to diagnose and link people to care are needed. HIV self-testing (HIVST) is one such strategy. However, there is concern that access to HIVST might result in re-testing among people on ART, with a r...
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Jessica Flanigan argues that individuals have the right to self-medicate. Flanigan presents two arguments in defense of this right. The first she calls the epistemic argument and the second she calls the rights-based argument. I argue that the right to self-medicate hangs and falls on the rights-based argument. This is because for the epistemic arg...
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Purpose of review: Glycemic management of hospitalized patients remains a growing burden in organizations across the country. Attainment of well-established glycemic targets has shown improved clinical outcomes. Empowered glucose management interdisciplinary teams are critical in organizations attaining improved outcomes. Pharmacists possess diver...
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The paper deals with the proper names of nutritional supple�ments (serionyms) and the proper names of over-the-counter medicines (pharma�conyms/serionyms) for children. The aim of the paper is to analyze these chrem�atonyms at the system level (langue) and also at the speech level (parole). In this point of view, it is both the modelling of onyms...
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The aim of this study was to establish how monoclonal antibody products are handled, prepared and risk assessed within UK healthcare settings, with a focus on who, where and how these products are being made and the factors that influence these decisions. This was used to provide recommendations for improvement where necessary. The study consisted...
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Interdisciplinary and interprofessional teamwork is essential in the provision of optimized healthcare. Today's patients have complex health needs and typically require more than one discipline to address issues regarding their health status. The division of labor among medical, nursing, pharmacy, and allied health practitioners means that there is...
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Introductory pages for "Structural Symmetry and Asymmetry Implications in Development of Recent Pharmacy and Medicine" Symmetry Special Issue.
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A finales de septiembre de 1935 se celebró en Madrid el décimo congreso internacional de historia de la medicina auspiciado por la homónima sociedad internacional, constituida en 1920 para explorar las relaciones entre la historia y la medicina y otras ciencias conexas como la farmacia, la veterinaria y la odontología. En este artículo se analiza l...
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Background Interprofessional education (IPE) at university level is an essential component of undergraduate healthcare curricula, as well as being a requirement of many associated regulatory bodies. In this study, the perception of pharmacy and medical students’ of remote IPE was evaluated. Methods A series of IPE sessions took place via Zoom and...
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Your Cover Page ( Training Pharmacy) Reached 50 Recommendations. August 7, 2022.
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Pharmaceutical product must be chemically, physically and therapeutically stable to ensure the health and preventive aspect. We have to study the effect of many factors on drug formulation as well as packaging and storage. Stability of pharmaceutical preparation act as the identity card of the drug to reach the pharmacy, the hospital, and the consu...
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The word polymer has a Greek origin, which means many units (parts). Polymer is defined as a chemical substance of a high molecular mass formed by the combination of a large number of simple molecules called monomers. Natural polymers and their derivatives are commonly used in medicine and pharmacy. Recently, special attention has been paid to natu...
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Citation: Wahab, I.A.; Goh, K.W.; Zainal, Z.A.; Yusof, N.S.M.; Huri, H.Z.; Jacob, S.A.; Alwi, M.N.M.; Hashim, R.; Hisham, S.A.; Jamil, N.
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The quality and safety associated with the delivery of nursing care provided to patients is directly tied to the competence of graduating nursing students. As they prepare to enter the workforce, graduating nursing students transit from classroom to clinical settings. Multiple challenges might occur at the same time during a transition. Several rol...
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Resumen La pandemia por Coronavirus puede y debe servir como oportunidad para repensar la atención sanitaria en nuestras residencias de mayores. El Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre, como todos en la Comunidad de Madrid, tuvo en Geriatría un apoyo de incalculable valor en la gestión durante todas las olas de la pandemia. Además, otros especialis...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused lots of crises, losses, and damages to the people's livelihoods. Undoubtedly, vaccination is the most essential and urgent solution but this solely may not resolve the issue in long term. Since the uneven and partial distribution of approved vaccines further complicates the issue. Besides, none of the present vaccin...
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Background: Entrepreneurship is frequently cited as a remedy to unemployment and stagnant economic growth. The rising demand for healthcare services has opened up nuance opportunities for entrepreneurship in the pharmaceutical industry. Yet, exposure of pharmacy students to entrepreneurship remains unappreciated. This study, therefore, investigated...
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**Background:** Despite advances in tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI) therapy for chronic myeloid leukemia in chronic phase (CML-CP), a sizeable proportion of patients with CML-CP remains refractory or intolerant to these agents. **Objectives:** Treatment patterns, healthcare resource utilization (HRU), and costs were evaluated among patients with C...
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A comprehensive understanding of patient satisfaction with additional services in the pharmacy has become recognized as an important outcome of care. Patient satisfaction is an indicator in identifying and assessing the patient's needs. It is an essential factor in determining the health care services being delivered to the patient. Hence, this res...
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Importance: Children aged 6 months through 4 years have become eligible for COVID-19 vaccination, but little is known about parental intentions regarding, concerns about, or facilitators to COVID-19 vaccination for this age group. Objectives: To evaluate parental intentions, concerns, and facilitators for COVID-19 vaccination for children aged 6...
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Introduction Many forecasting methods are used to predict sales, such as the moving average method, naive method, exponential smoothing methods, Holt's linear method, and others. The results brought by these models are quite different. Forecast delivered by the naive method is entirely accurate for an extended period, like 3–5 years, Holt's methods...
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Abiraterone acetate (AA) and enzalutamide (ENZ) are commonly used for metastatic prostate cancer. It is unclear how their outcomes and toxicities vary with patient-specific factors because clinical trials typically exclude patients with significant comorbidities. This study aims to fill this knowledge gap and facilitate informed treatment decision...
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Introduction Managing postoperative pain requires an individualized approach in order to balance adequate pain control with risk of persistent opioid use and narcotic abuse associated with inappropriately outsized narcotic prescriptions. Shared decision-making has been proposed to address individual pain management needs. We report here the results...
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Resumo Objetivo: Comparar indicadores de cuidado assistencial em adultos com diagnóstico médico de diabetes mellitus (DM) no Brasil em 2013 e 2019, e analisar esses indicadores, em 2019, segundo características sociodemográficas. Métodos: Estudo transversal com dados da Pesquisa Nacional de Saúde de 2013 e 2019. Foram avaliados os indicadores de cu...
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Esta pesquisa foi desenvolvida na graduação a partir de um projeto final da disciplina de Educação Ambiental, com objetivo de identificar legislações e ações em vigor que norteiam o descarte dos medicamentos. Investigamos o processo de coleta e destinação final dos medicamentos em uma cidade no interior de MG. Visitamos possíveis pontos de coleta n...
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The development of new drugs depends on several scientific steps, which culminate in clinical trials. The clinical trials pharmacy (CTP) is the place for receiving, preparing, storing and dispensing the investigational product or study drug. Therefore, it must have infrastructure and procedures that guarantee participant safety and quality of resea...
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İşletmelerin kuruluş yerinin seçiminde rol oynayan birçok kriterin gerektiği şekilde saptanması ve bunların dikkatle incelenmesi hayati öneme sahiptir. Kuruluş yerini doğru bir şekilde belirlemeyen işletmeler, kâr kayıpları yaşamakta, uzun vadede önlenemez zararlar sonucunda kapanma riskiyle karşı karşıya kalmaktadırlar. Bu çalışmada eczane işletme...
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Abstract This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of direct-acting antivirals in a Unified Health System pharmacy of Londrina, Brazil. A descriptive observational study was performed from June 2017 to June 2018. Sociodemographic, clinical, and therapeutic variables of patients were collected from secondary data sources. Effectivene...
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One of the leading factors that enables the successful functioning of the pharmaceutical industry is staffing. Proper training of specialists, along with the formation of their professional characteristics, should also include the development of spirituality and morality. The purpose of this study is to substantiate and experimentally test the mode...
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Indoleamine 2.3-dioxygenases (IDO1/2) and tryptophan 2.3-dioxygenase (TDO) are the initial and rate-limiting enzymes in tryptophan metabolism, which play an essential role in mediating immunosuppression in tumor microenvironment. Accumulating evidence has indicated that both IDO1 and TDO are highly expressed in many malignant tumors, and their expr...
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Continuous advances in the fields of industrial biotechnology and pharmacy require the development of new formulations of culture media based on new nutrient sources. These new sources must be sustainable, high yielding, and non-animal-based, with minimal environmental impact. Thus, culture media prepared from cyanobacterial extracts can be an inte...
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Background: Drug utilization research is an all important part of pharmacoepideminology as it explains the extent, nature and determinants of drug exposure. The ultimate goal is to achieve rational and cost effective medical care, particularly in the economically developing countries. Considering these facts, this study was planned to evaluate drug...
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Mingjun Zhao,1,* Bin Qin,2,* Yage Mao,3 Hailing Wang,1 Aiqin Wang,1 Chuansheng Wang4 1Department of Pharmacy, The Second Affiliated Hospital of Xinxiang Medical University (Henan Mental Hospital), Xinxiang, Henan, People’s Republic of China; 2Department of Neurology, Liuzhou General Hospital, Liuzhou, Guangxi, People’s Republic of China; 3Departmen...
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Lara Alzyoud,1 Mohammad A Ghattas,1,2 Noor Atatreh1,2 1College of Pharmacy, Al Ain University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; 2AAU Health and Biomedical Research Center, Al Ain University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab EmiratesCorrespondence: Mohammad A Ghattas; Noor Atatreh, Email mohammad.ghattas@aau.ac.ae; noor.atatreh@aau.ac.aeAbstract: The current...
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The development of new drugs depends on several scientific steps, which culminate in clinical trials. The clinical trials pharmacy (CTP) is the place for receiving, preparing, storing and dispensing the investigational product or study drug. Therefore, it must have infrastructure and procedures that guarantee participant safety and quality of resea...
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Influenza merupakan penyakit yang paling sering menyerang manusia. Rata-rata seseorang mengalami influenza dua kali dalam setahun. Untuk mengobati influenza, masyarakat biasanya melakukan pengobatan sendiri atau swamedikasi, yaitu dengan cara mengkonsumsi obat-obatan yang bebas dibeli di apotek atau toko obat. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengeta...
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Hyperlipidemia is expressed as main risk factor leading to cardiovascular disease and statins exert significant role for medical management. Despite its long use unquestionable 'residual risk' for cardiovascular morbidity and mortality remains. This 'residual risk' has prompted further search for additional hypolipidemic agent which could alleviate...
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Objective: The objective is to analyze the application effect of mind map in the standardized training of new pharmacists, providing reference information for the standardized training and teaching methods of new pharmacists. Methods: 24 new pharmacists in pharmacy were selected as experimental samples. The mind map integration teaching method w...
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The purpose of this paper is to focus on the Challenges faced by Small Manufacturers due to the Serialization compliance. Pharmaceutical serialization is the process of assigning unique serial number to each saleable product pack. Each product pack contains information about product source, Global Trade Identification Number (GTIN), Batch number, E...
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The number of mental disorders has been increasing but has yet to receive sufficient attention. In particular, healthcare students and professionals tend to have high stress burden. Finding the root cause of psychological distress is important to formulate a method for early detection and prevention. The association of brain-derived neurotrophic fa...
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Introduction The studies show test anxiety is a common disorder in students that causes academic failure. There are not enough studies and specific theoretical background about test anxiety and ways to deal with it, so the purpose of this study was to do a qualitative study to fully understand the ways to deal with test anxiety in medical Sciences...
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ARTICLE INFO ABSTRACT Background and Aim: E-Pharmacy is also known as online pharmacy. Which is ubiquitous, easily accessible, convenient and also provides large variety of medicines at low cost. E-pharmacies also carry disadvantages with them such as lack of interaction with physician, dispensing of drugs without prescriptions, selling of poor qua...
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Amidst the pandemic, the continuation of proper healthcare dissemination is threatened as people are now forced to undergo self-quarantine and other safety protocols that hinder our way of life. To adapt to the "new normal," the researchers wanted to explore the services offered by online pharmacies; hence we aimed to identify the respondents' awar...
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Newly registered pharmacists will need to possess higher-level competencies and, in Great Britain, there is an expectation that assessments are undertaken during experiential learning (EL). The aim of this study was to explore the perceptions and educational needs of practice-based EL facilitators of student pharmacists, undertaking competency-base...
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European Association of Faculties of Pharmacy (EAFP) Conference Proceedings 2022 Towards Pharmacy 5.0 Education
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This is an attempt to provide success to the students mainly preparing or studying in the area of Public Health
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Vaccination is crucial for preventing the spread of COVID-19. Vaccination for COVID-19 was implemented in Japan in community units, and community pharmacists were engaged in vaccine preparation. Capturing the knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) of pharmacists regarding COVID-19 infection control is important for developing future community he...
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In response to a University of California systemwide initiative to expand the knowledge base of climate change, two half-day workshops were held for faculty in the College of Health Sciences at the UC Irvine. In the first workshop, 20 participants who teach in the Schools of Nursing, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Pharmaceutical Science, or the Program in...
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p> Background: Health literacy is a multidimensional concept to promote and maintain of health in the community. Students of the medical sciences are considered as a promoter of health in the society and the evidence regarding health literacy in these students is limited, so the purpose of this study was to determine and compare the students' healt...
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Upper respiratory tract infections are the most common illness that infected children under 5 years old. A healthy three-year-old toddler experiences an average of 6-10 colds each year. Most cases of Upper Respiratory Tract Infections (URTIs) are viral, less symptomatic, and self-limiting. Knowledge regarding antibiotics usage is essential especial...
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Objec- tive: To describe an interprofessional education workshop related to controlled-medication therapeutics and a Pre- scription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP). Methods: Two-hundred-seventy second-year students (176 medical students, 94 pharmacy students) participated in one two- hour team-based learning workshop that focused on one state’s PDMP...
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Objective: Evaluate the presence of valid- ity evidence (including reliability) for educational testing described in recent/pre-pandemic pharmacy education lit- erature. Methods: Articles published in 2019 in five major pharmacy education journals were analyzed (American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, Currents in Phar- macy Teaching and Learn...
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The academic and health system requirements are constantly growing due to the continuous development of this sector. Therefore, it is important to investigate the structural factors that improve performance in the medical system. The aim of our pilot study is to analyze if there are associations or correlations between personality and motivation an...
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This poster describes a Virtual Reality Apprenticeship Program that was developed as part of the digital education initiative in our department to improve our medication safety training. This poster won the Pharmaceutical Society of Singapore (PSS)-Pfizer Innovation Award 2022 at The 31st Singapore Pharmacy Congress held as a hybrid congress at the...
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The introductory pharmacy practice experiences (IPPE) in Taiwan, which are traditionally conducted in physical hospital settings, incorporated up to 30% distance learning from May 2021 due to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). A web-based cross-sectional survey was adopted to investigate pharmacy students’ experiences and perceptions of transitio...
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Arranjos Produtivos Locais (APLs) ressaltam a proximidade geográfica para o aproveitamento das particularidades locais ligadas a conhecimentos tradicionais, científicos e tecnológicos. Eles têm sido utilizados como um dos instrumentos de política no segmento dos fitoterápicos no Brasil que atende tanto a diversidade biológica e cultural quanto o de...
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Background: Although scientific research in Romania has continued to expand over the past 20 years, it is unclear how prepared the country’s students are to be involved in research and to publish the results of their work. Objectives: To assess Romanian medical students’ level of knowledge about research integrity and research ethics. Methods: A cr...
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Tumors are still one of the main causes of death; therefore, the search for new therapeutic agents that will enable the implementation of effective treatment is a significant challenge for modern pharmacy. One of the important factors contributing to the development of neoplastic diseases is the overexpression of enzymes responsible for the regulat...
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Access to healthcare services for underrepresented minority populations can be improved by having a diverse profession that reflects the diversity of the patient population being served. The criteria used for pharmacy school admissions may inhibit or strengthen the opportunities that URM students have to be accepted into the University of Arizona R...
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Introduction Professional identity is who we are in the context of our chosen profession, a complex and dynamic process. The purpose of this study was to describe pharmacy students' understanding of the terms professionalism and professional identity and the elements of formal and informal curricular activities that may contribute to professional i...
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Introduction Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is a growing branch of medicine that can improve the quality of life of many people. This study aimed to assess comparatively the knowledge, attitude, and use of CAM among graduation year pharmacy and medicine students at the University of Benghazi, Libya. Method A cross-sectional survey was...
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Introduction Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is a growing branch of medicine that can improve the quality of life of many people. This study aimed to assess comparatively the knowledge, attitude, and use of CAM among graduation year pharmacy and medicine students at the University of Benghazi, Libya. Method A cross-sectional survey was...
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In recent years, structured phospholipids (SPLs), which are modified phospholipids (PLs), have attracted more attention due to their great potential for application in the field of pharmacy, food, cosmetics, and health. SPLs not only possess enhanced chemical, physical and nutritional properties, but also present superior bioavailability in compari...
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Background: Pandemic preparedness of healthcare providers helps to mitigate future threats such as spread and fatality rates, as well as the management of the disease. Pharmacists are key partners with public health agencies, and the role of community pharmacists is becoming increasingly recognised in this COVID-19 pandemic. The study aimed to exp...