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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 41, issue 1, Mars 2022

Hommage ' In Memoriam

Article A tribute to Yvonnick Bézie
Sophie Renet, Louis Bertin, André Rieutord

Éditorial ' Editorial

Article Accreditation in healthcare facility: to get ready with the EAHP self-assessment tool
Lise Durand, Joachim Lelièvre, Dominique Breilh, Yvonnick Bezie, Benoit Hue

Synthèse ' Review

Article Supply chain of chimeric receptor T cells (CAR-T cells): what are the roles of the hospital pharmacist?
Marine Pinturaud, Michèle Vasseur, Justin Courtin, David Beauvais, Pascal Odou, Nicolas Simon

Articles originaux ' Original articles

Article Selection and prioritization of pharmaceutical management indicators in hospitals: the case of a university hospital center
Marie-Anne Pépin, Anne-Sophie Otis, Zoë Tremblay, Suzanne Atkinson, Denis Lebel, Jean-François Bussières

Article Securing the chemotherapies compounding process: from global risk analysis to the implementation of action plan
Mathilde Roche, Assia Mitha, Romain Desmaris, Nadia Aguini, André Rieutord, Hail Aboudagga

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