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Moridani, Majid Y., Araujo, Robyn P., Johnson, Caroline H., & Lindon, John C. (2011) The -Omics in drug development. In Bonate, P.L. & Howard, D.R (Eds.) Pharmacokinetics in Drug Development : Volume 3 : Advances and Applications. Springer, pp. 145-173.
Chan, Raymond (2010) Cochrane review summary for cancer nursing : drug therapy for cancer-related fatigue. Cancer Nursing, 34(3), pp. 250-251.
Doggrell, Sheila & Warot, Servane (2014) The association between the measurement of adherence to anti-diabetes medicine and the HbA1c. International journal of clinical pharmacy, 36(3), pp. 488-497.
Lau, Esther TL, Jones, Anthea L, Kairuz, Therese, Nissen, Lisa, & Steadman, Kathryn J (2013) Compounding practices in Queensland : experiences and perceptions of pharmacists and pharmacy students. Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research, 43(1), pp. 19-24.
Munckhof, Wendy, Carney, John, Neilson, Gail, Neilson, John, Carroll, Julia, McWhinney, Brett, et al. (2005) Continuous infusion of ticarcillin-clavulanate for home treatment of serious infections : clinical efficacy, safety, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, 25(6), pp. 514-522.
Nguyen, Thi-My-Uyen, Lau, Esther T.L., Steadman, Kathryn J., Cichero, Julie A.Y., Dingle, Kaeleen, & Nissen, Lisa (2014) Pharmacist, general practitioner, and nurse perceptions, experiences, and knowledge of medication dosage form modification. Integrated Pharmacy Research and Practice, 3, pp. 1-9.
Petsky, Helen L., Cates, Christopher J., Li, Albert, Kynaston, Jennifer A., Turner, Cathy, & Chang, Anne B. (2009) Tailored interventions based on exhaled nitric oxide versus clinical symptoms for asthma in children and adults. Cochrane Database System Review, CD006340.