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Journal de Pharmacie Clinique

Journal de Pharmacie Clinique

Knowledge sharing: the key to development

The Journal de Pharmacie Clinique is a journal with a clear objective: to share and disseminate knowledge.
Its content is structured in 5 main themes allowing to be informed about the latest advances concerning the pharmaceutical missions of the pharmacist:
- Pharmacotechnics l Production l Logistics
- Pharmaceutical care
- Teaching l Training
- Management l Organization
- Research
The editorial content of the journal will offer you, in the course of the issues, synthesis articles, original articles, congress feedbacks...
Journal de Pharmacie Clinique is also open to pharmaceutical and clinical practices in French-speaking and European countries.

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Volume 42, issue 4, Décembre 2023

Éditorial

En accès libre Let’s transform and invest as quickly as possible in the digitalization and automation of the medication use process circuit of our health institutions
Etienne Cousein, André Rieutord
Free Access

Revue

Article What should be considered when dispensing melatonin for therapeutic use?
Andreea Duca, Pierre A. Geoffroy, Marc Veyrier

Article original

Article Interest of the allergy workup in the lifting of the label “allergy to beta-lactams”
Amani Ben Mansour, Hafaoua Daghfous, Soumaya Ben Saad, Azza Slim, Mahdi Abdennadher, Hedia Bellali, Fatma Tritar

Article Evaluation of the impact of educational workshops on lung transplant patients’ knowledge of their treatments
Dimitri Ancedy, Oriane Jouhet, Gaëlle Dauriat, Loriane Gutermann

Article Evaluation of drug dosage adjustment to renal function in a nephrology department of a Tunisian hospital
Ghaith Aloui, Mohamed Ali Yousfi

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Editorial policy

Here you will find all JLE policies regarding publication in our journals. JLE journals follow the recommendations of the ICMJE (International Committee of Medical Journal Editors). These guidelines are the reference for best practices and ethical standards for the conduct and presentation of research and other information published in medical journals.

 

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