Social Pharmacy Journal (SPJ)

Editorial
21/3/2016
Siamak Sabour, Payam Peymani
Review Article
21/3/2016
Iman Karimzadeh, Soha Namazi, Afshin Borhani-Haghighi, Hengameh Khosropanah
Gingival overgrowth can be associated with pharmacotherapy. Among the offending medications of gingival overgrowth, phenytoin is the first reported and the most common agent.A literature search was performed with the relevant key words in different databases such as Scopus, Medline, Embase, and Google scholar.About 50% of individuals ... read more
Research Article
21/3/2016
Manuel J Carvajal, Ioana Popovici
In pharmacy, the bulk of part-time work is expected to be voluntary, that is, driven by workers’ greater opportunity costs of non-work activities rather than by a scarcity of jobs. Involved in this process is a tradeoff of benefits and costs whereby the costs of reduced earnings ... read more
Research Article
21/3/2016
Fadi M. Alkhateeb, Omar Attarabeen, David Latif, Rachel Deliere
A National Pharmacist Workforce Survey (NPW) survey is being conducted in the US every five years. The 2009- NPW project surveyed 1,391 participants, of which only 12 participants were from West Virginia. Therefore, such a small representation of West Virginian pharmacists may question the validity of extrapolating ... read more
Research Article
21/3/2016
Irene M Gathuru, Olufunmilola K Odukoya, Joshua M Thorpe
Although depression is common psychiatric disorder that occurs among 20% of adults in the United States, depression screening occurs in less than 3% of physician visits. Moreover, most patients with depressive symptoms underreport their symptoms to their primary care provider. Thus, more screening is warranted to identify ... read more
Case Report
21/3/2016
Arvin Hedayati, Ahmad Ghanizadeh
Excessive sweating is a common methadone associated adverse effect without an evidence-based treatment. In the current case series, terazosin was administered to three patients to treat excessive sweating. Patients were given three different dosages of methadone (170 mg, 95 mg and 55 mg); results showed that changing ... read more

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