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    1. Terriff, CM; Tee, AM
      Citywide pharmaceutical preparation for bioterrorism

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    2. Sweet, BV; Stevenson, JG
      Pharmacy costs associated with nonformulary drug requests

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    3. Bauman, NA; Pedersen, CA; Schommer, JC; Griffith, NL
      Policies on documentation and disciplinary action in hospital pharmacies after a medication error

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    4. Mott, DA
      Use of labor economic theory to examine hours worked by male and female pharmacists

      PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH
    5. Green, CF; Mottram, DR; Rowe, PH; Pirmohamed, M
      Attitudes and knowledge of hospital pharmacists to adverse drug reaction reporting

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Skledar, SJ; Hess, MM
      Implementation of a drug-use and disease-state management program

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    7. Pedersen, CA; Schneider, PJ; Santell, JP; Kelly, EJ
      ASHP national survey of pharmacy practice in acute care settings: Monitoring, patient education, and wellness-2000

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    8. Wilson, JP; Bulatao, PT; Rascati, KL
      Satisfaction with a computerized practitioner order-entry system at two military health care facilities

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    9. Glemaud, I
      Use of a physician order entry system to identify opportunities for intravenous to oral levofloxacin conversion

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    10. Halley, HJ
      Approaches to drug therapy, formulary, and pathway management in a large community hospital

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    11. Ringold, DJ; Santell, JP; Schneider, PJ
      ASHP national survey of pharmacy practice in acute care settings: Dispensing and administration - 1999

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    12. Bond, CA; Raeiil, CL
      Changes in pharmacy, nursing, and total personnel staffing in US hospitals, 1989-1998

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    13. Ritchie, MA; McAdams, C; Fritz, N
      Exposure risk in the handling and administration of chemotherapy agents: Areview and synthesis of the literature

      ONLINE JOURNAL OF KNOWLEDGE SYNTHESIS FOR NURSING
    14. Mucci, N; Ianni, A; Ursini, CL; Orsini, M; Arzani, D; Romano-Spica, V
      Cytostatic drugs and health risks for exposed personnel: Search for new biomarkers

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    15. Vasquez, EM; Min, DI
      Transplant pharmacists' opinions on generic product selection of critical-dose drugs

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    16. Mannebach, MA; Ascione, FJ; Gaither, CA; Bagozzi, RP; Cowen, IA; Ryan, ML
      Activities, functions, and structure of pharmacy and therapeutics committees in large teaching hospitals

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    17. Rockwell, K; Bockheim-McGee, C; Jones, E; Kwon, IWG
      Clinical research: National survey of US pharmacy-based investigational drug services - 1997

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    18. Phillips, MS
      Clinical research: ASHP guidelines and future directions for pharmacists

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    19. Murray, MD; Loos, B; Tu, WZ; Eckert, GJ; Zhou, XH; Tierney, WM
      Work patterns of ambulatory care pharmacists with access to electronic guideline-based treatment suggestions

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    20. Overhage, JM; Lukes, A
      Practical, reliable, comprehensive method for characterizing pharmacists' clinical activities

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    21. Bowles, SK; Kennie, N; Ruston, L; Simor, A; Louie, M; Collins, V
      Influenza outbreak in a long-term-care facility: Considerations for pharmacy

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    22. Ringold, DJ; Santell, JP; Schneider, PJ; Arenberg, S
      ASHP national survey of pharmacy practice in acute care settings: Prescribing and transcribing - 1998

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    23. Nimmo, CM; Holland, RW
      Transitions in pharmacy practice, part 2: Who does what and why

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    24. Keravich, DP; Daniels, CE
      Challenges of thalidomide distribution in a hospital setting

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    25. Lewis, RK; Yeager, BF; Glover, DG; White, J; Gelhot, A; Hatwig, CA
      ASHP guideline: Minimum standard for pharmaceutical services in ambulatorycare

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    26. Sanchez, LA
      Applied pharmacoeconomics: Evaluation and use of pharmacoeconomic data from the literature

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    27. Weideman, RA; Bernstein, IH; McKinney, WP
      Pharmacist recognition of potential drug interactions

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    28. Connor, TH; Anderson, RW; Sessink, PJM; Broadfield, L; Power, LA
      Surface contamination with antineoplastic agents in six cancer treatment centers in Canada and the United States

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    29. Flynn, EA; Barker, KN; Gibson, JT; Pearson, RE; Berger, BA; Smith, LA
      Impact of interruptions and distractions on dispensing errors in an ambulatory care pharmacy

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    30. Bernstein, BJ; Blanchard, LM
      Economic and clinical impact of a pharmacy-based filgrastim protocol in oncology patients

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    31. Fijn, R; de Jong-van den Berg, LTW; Brouwers, JRBJ
      Rational pharmacotherapy in The Netherlands: formulary management in Dutchhospitals

      PHARMACY WORLD & SCIENCE
    32. CHAMBERLAIN MA
      THE VERTICALLY INTEGRATED PHARMACY DEPARTMENT

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    33. BECK JK; DRIES TJ; COOK EC
      DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY, TELEPHONE-BASED CARE PROGRAM

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    34. KAWABATA A; MURAKAMI E; IWAKI M; OGISO T; SUZUKI S; MISHIMA M; TAKADA M; KAKEHI K
      IMPORTANCE OF CLINICAL ACTIVITIES TO JOB-SATISFACTION IN JAPANESE PHARMACISTS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    35. CRAWFORD SY; GRUSSING PG; CLARK TG; RICE JA
      STAFF ATTITUDES ABOUT THE USE OF ROBOTS IN PHARMACY BEFORE IMPLEMENTATION OF A ROBOTIC DISPENSING SYSTEM

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    36. LEE AJ; BORHAM A; KORMAN NE; KEENEY BE; MOCK ED
      STAFF-DEVELOPMENT IN PHARMACIST-CONDUCTED PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING

      American journal of health-system pharmacy

    37. ASHP GUIDELINES ON THE SAFE USE OF AUTOMATED MEDICATION STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION DEVICES

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    38. GRIFFITH NL; SCHOMMER JC; WIRSCHING RG
      SURVEY OF INPATIENT COUNSELING BY HOSPITAL PHARMACISTS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    39. BOZEK PS; PERDUE BE; BARDIN M; WEIDLE PJ
      EFFECT OF PHARMACIST INTERVENTIONS ON MEDICATION USE AND COST IN HOSPITALIZED-PATIENTS WITH OR WITHOUT HIV-INFECTION

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    40. Dvorak, SR; McCoy, RA; Voss, GD
      Continuity of care from acute to ambulatory care setting

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    41. SENST BL; JOHNSON RA
      LATEX ALLERGY

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    42. MCMULLIN ST; REICHLEY RM; KAHN MG; DUNAGAN WC; BAILEY TC
      AUTOMATED-SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING POTENTIAL DOSAGE PROBLEMS AT A LARGEUNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    43. MUTNICK AH; STERBA KJ; PEROUTKA JA; SLOAN NE; BELTZ EA; SORENSON MK
      COST SAVINGS AND AVOIDANCE FROM CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    44. BARBER ND; BATTY R; RIDOUT DA
      PREDICTING THE RATE OF PHYSICIAN-ACCEPTED INTERVENTIONS BY HOSPITAL PHARMACISTS IN THE UNITED-KINGDOM

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    45. GAUTHIER I; MALONE M; LESAR TS; ARONOVITCH S
      COMPARISON OF PROGRAMS FOR PREVENTING DRUG-NUTRIENT INTERACTIONS IN HOSPITALIZED-PATIENTS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    46. ZIMMERMAN CR; SMOLAREK RT; STEVENSON JG
      PEER-REVIEW AND CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT OF PHARMACISTS CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    47. SAUER BL; HEEREN DL; WALKER RG; KING JH; MUSALLAM NA
      COMPUTERIZED DOCUMENTATION OF ACTIVITIES OF PHARM.D. CLERKSHIP STUDENTS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    48. BOYKO WL; YURKOWSKI PJ; IVEY MF; ARMITSTEAD JA; ROBERTS BL
      PHARMACIST INFLUENCE ON ECONOMIC AND MORBIDITY OUTCOMES IN A TERTIARYCARE TEACHING HOSPITAL

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    49. COUSINS D; GERRETT D; LUSCOMBE D
      RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF HOSPITAL PHARMACISTS CLINICAL INTERVENTION DATA

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    50. ANDERSEN SR; STPETER JV; MACRES MG; STPETER WL
      ACCURACY OF TECHNICIANS VERSUS PHARMACISTS IN CHECKING SYRINGES PREPARED FOR A DIALYSIS PROGRAM

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    51. VANDENBERG C; MURPHY JE
      SATISFACTION AMONG RESIDENTS IN ASHP-ACCREDITED PHARMACY RESIDENCY PROGRAMS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    52. KESSLER JM
      DECISION-ANALYSIS IN THE FORMULARY PROCESS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    53. PORTNER TS; SRNKA QM; GOURLEY DR; HOPKINSON PL; OGDEN JE; MUNIZ A; VANDIEPEN LR
      COMPARISON OF DEPARTMENT-OF-VETERANS-AFFAIRS PHARMACY SERVICES IN 1992 AND 1994 WITH STRATEGIC-PLANNING GOALS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    54. NICKMAN NA; SCHNEIDER JK; KNICK KA
      WORK ACTIVITIES AT AN AMBULATORY CARE PHARMACY WITH AN INTEGRATED MODEL OF PHARMACY PRACTICE

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    55. HARRISON BR; GODEFROID RJ; KAVANAUGH EA
      QUALITY ASSURANCE TESTING OF STAFF PHARMACISTS HANDLING CYTOTOXIC AGENTS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    56. SHANE RR
      PHARMACY WITHOUT WALLS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    57. OLSON DS; LAWSON KA
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HOSPITAL PHARMACISTS JOB-SATISFACTION AND INVOLVEMENT IN CLINICAL ACTIVITIES

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    58. MCDANIEL MR; DEJONG DJ
      USING PHARMACISTS DOCUMENTATION OF CLINICAL ACTIVITIES TO RECLAIM EMPLOYEES AND REPOSITION THE DEPARTMENT

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    59. PILZER JD; BURKE TG; MUTNICK AH
      DRUG ALLERGY ASSESSMENT AT A UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL AND CLINIC

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    60. MURPHY JE; SLACK MK; CAMPBELL S
      NATIONAL SURVEY OF HOSPITAL-BASED PHARMACOKINETIC SERVICES

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    61. SORRENTO TA; BONANZA KC; SALISBURY DW
      PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES IN A CAPITATED GERIATRIC CARE PROGRAM

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    62. SANTELL JP; KAMALICH RF
      NATIONAL SURVEY OF QUALITY ASSURANCE ACTIVITIES FOR PHARMACY-PREPAREDSTERILE PRODUCTS IN HOSPITALS AND HOME INFUSION FACILITIES 1995

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    63. LACY CF; SAYA FG; SHANE RR
      QUALITY OF PHARMACISTS DOCUMENTATIONS IN PATIENTS MEDICAL RECORDS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    64. CLYNE KE; TERNES RL
      PHARMACY-BASED SKIN-TESTING PROGRAM IN A COMMUNITY-HOSPITAL

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    65. ZELLMER WA
      SEARCHING FOR THE SOUL OF PHARMACY

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    66. ROUGH SS; REIDGANSKE LM; THIELKE TS; PLOETZ PA
      WORK REDESIGN AND ROLE RESTRUCTURING IN A PHARMACY DEPARTMENT WITH PHARMACIST ASSISTANTS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy

    67. CONTROLLING OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO HAZARDOUS DRUGS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    68. BELLIVEAU PP; ROTHMAN AL; MADAY CE
      LIMITING VANCOMYCIN USE TO COMBAT VANCOMYCIN-RESISTANT ENTEROCOCCUS-FAECIUM

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    69. DENNEHY CE; KISHI DT; LOUIE C
      DRUG-RELATED ILLNESS IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PATIENTS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    70. SHIMP LA; MASON NA; TOEDTER NM; ATWATER CB; GORENFLO DW
      PHARMACIST PARTICIPATION IN CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    71. BROOKS JM; KIRKING DM
      EFFECT OF PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT ON LABOR DEMAND IN VETERANS-AFFAIRS-MEDICAL-CENTER PHARMACIES

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    72. BOND CA; RAEHL CL; PITTERLE ME
      COST OF PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES IN US HOSPITALS IN 1992

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    73. GUERRERO RM; NICKMAN NA; BAIR JN
      WORK ACTIVITIES OF PHARMACY TEAMS WITH DRUG DISTRIBUTION AND CLINICALRESPONSIBILITIES

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    74. HAUGTVEDT CL; MACKEIGAN LD; BIRDWELL SW; BENNETT DL
      COST OF PROVIDING PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES TO HOSPICE PATIENTS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    75. SCHULTZ DM; DECKARD GJ
      PHARMACY INVOLVEMENT IN PATIENT-FOCUSED CARE IN FLORIDA HOSPITALS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    76. KONG SXD
      PREDICTORS OF ORGANIZATIONAL AND CAREER COMMITMENT AMONG ILLINOIS PHARMACISTS

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    77. PIERPAOLI PG
      AN ICONOCLASTIC PERSPECTIVE ON PROGRESS IN PHARMACY PRACTICE

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    78. JOZEFIAK ET; LEWICKI JE; KOZINN WP
      COMPUTER-ASSISTED ANTIMICROBIAL SURVEILLANCE IN A COMMUNITY TEACHING HOSPITAL

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    79. ALLAN EL; BARKER KN; SEVERSON RW; LANE JM; WILSON JM; MANGUM DA
      DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF A STERILE COMPOUNDING FACILITY

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    80. MASWOSWE JJ; OKPARA AU
      ENFORCING A POLICY FOR RESTRICTING ANTIMICROBIAL DRUG-USE

      American journal of health-system pharmacy
    81. KLEIN EG; SANTORA JA; PASCALE PM; KITRENOS JG
      MEDICATION CART-FILLING TIME, ACCURACY, AND COST WITH AN AUTOMATED DISPENSING SYSTEM

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    82. DISHMAN BR; ELLENOR GL; LACRO JP; LOHR JB
      PHARMACISTS ROLE IN CLOZAPINE THERAPY AT A VETERANS-AFFAIRS MEDICAL-CENTER

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    83. GAITHER CA; MASON NA; DIOKNO DA; HOFFMAN EJ
      BENEFITS AND WORK-SCHEDULE OPTIONS IN-HOSPITAL PHARMACY PRACTICE

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    84. MASON NA; GAITHER CA; HOFFMAN EJ; DIOKNO DA
      BENEFITS AND WORK-SCHEDULE OPTIONS FOR FEMALE HOSPITAL PHARMACISTS

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    85. STROZYK WR; UNDERWOOD DA
      DEVELOPMENT AND BENEFITS OF A PHARMACY TECHNICIAN CAREER LADDER

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    86. DECANE BE; CHAPMAN J
      PROGRAM FOR PROCUREMENT OF DRUGS FOR INDIGENT PATIENTS

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    87. NESS JE; SULLIVAN SD; STERGACHIS A
      ACCURACY OF TECHNICIANS AND PHARMACISTS IN IDENTIFYING DISPENSING ERRORS

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    88. DAMIANI DR; SWANSON DP
      PHARMACIST-MANAGED MONITORING OF ADVERSE REACTIONS TO CONTRAST-MEDIA

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    89. LAINE GA; GALT MA; LANGFORD JA; PROUT DL; PUCKETT WH
      HOSPITALWIDE MEDICATION POLICIES AND STANDARDS

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    90. HIGBY GJ
      AMERICAN HOSPITAL PHARMACY FROM THE COLONIAL PERIOD TO THE 1930S

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    91. COTTER SM; BARBER ND; MCKEE M
      SURVEY OF CLINICAL PHARMACY SERVICES IN UNITED-KINGDOM NATIONAL-HEALTH-SERVICE HOSPITALS

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    92. CRAWFORD SY; SANTELL JP
      ASHP NATIONAL SURVEY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES IN FEDERAL HOSPITALS - 1993

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    93. MASON RN; PUGH CB; BOYER SB; STIENING KK
      COMPUTERIZED DOCUMENTATION OF PHARMACISTS INTERVENTIONS

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    94. KLEINMANN K
      WE REALLY DO CARE

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    95. PETERS BG; WILSON AL; LUNIK MC; CATALDO BK
      CERTIFICATION PROGRAM IN ANTINEOPLASTIC DRUG PREPARATION FOR PHARMACYTECHNICIANS AND PHARMACISTS

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    96. PEARSON RE; ALLAN EL
      SUBJECTS PRESENTED AT ASHP MIDYEAR CLINICAL MEETINGS, 1967-90

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    97. SMYTHE M; LOUGHLIN K; SCHAD RF; LUCARROTI RL
      PATIENT-CONTROLLED ANALGESIA VERSUS INTRAMUSCULAR ANALGESIC THERAPY

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    98. KING RS; WORDELL CJ; HAUPT BA
      PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES AND INPATIENT DRUG COSTS IN BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    99. IVEY MF
      SHIFTING PHARMACY PARADIGM

      American journal of hospital pharmacy
    100. CHASE PA; BAINBRIDGE J
      CARE PLAN FOR DOCUMENTING PHARMACIST ACTIVITIES

      American journal of hospital pharmacy


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