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Mirixa, a provider of pharmacy-based patient care services, and healthlinks.net, a subsidiary of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, have signed a definitive technology licensing and business consulting agreement, paving the way for the use of MirixaPro in Australia's pharmacies nationwide.
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By Edward Wong Huang Yuanxi contributed research. * The Chinese government announced that it has banned the sale of an herbal medicine after three people died and three others fell seriously ill.
By Kearney, Kevin R Objectives. To describe the design of a required service- learning course offered to first- year (P1) pharmacy students, and to assess student learning and the relevance of this learning in the pharmacy curriculum. Design.
By Timpe, Erin M Wuller, William R; Karpinski, Julie P Objective. To create a service-learning project to provide poison prevention education to preschool through fifth-grade students. Design.
By Johnson, Teela Boon, Heather; Jurgens, Tannis; Austin, Zubin; Moineddin, Rahim; Eccott, Lynda; Heschuk, Shirley Objective. To determine fourth-year Canadian pharmacy students' knowledge of herbal medicine and whether that knowledge is associated with mandatory instruction in herbal medicine.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/096b51/china_nutrition_ma) has announced the addition of the "China Nutrition Market Report 2007" report to their offering. China's domestic supplement market expanded to $6.7 billion in 2006, already a 10%slice of the global pie.
By Virginia Matthews PHARMACY Today pharmacists aren't just doling out drugs - they're giving medical advice, too. By Virginia Matthews If you think a pharmacist still wears a white coat and just dispenses pills, think again.
Tongjitang Chinese Medicines Company (NYSE: TCM), a leading specialty pharmaceutical company focusing on the development, manufacturing, marketing and selling of modernized traditional Chinese medicine in China, today announced that Mr.
Pharmitas, Inc. and the University of Washington Department of Pharmacy today announced an agreement where the two organizations will collaborate to deliver innovative medication therapy management (MTM) solutions.
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