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Editorial Board: Professor R W Soller, Dr S G Mann, 
Dr J D Irvin, Dr R P Juhl, Dr J Raine, Professor P Noyce, Professor A Blenkinsopp,
Dr D B Nash, Professor C Bond, Dr J Spinks.

In this issue:

Soller and Sallam report a case study of prescription and nonprescription drug label warnings of symptoms that may indicate the emergence of serious drug related adverse events. A brief communication from Smith and colleagues discusses the impact of a communication campaign delivering consistent evidence based messages on the natural history and self-care of self limiting respiratory tract infections on antibiotic prescribing in primary care. The latest in our series of junior researcher posters sees Le and colleagues discussing the relationship between prescription drug labelling and the OTC drug label that results from a change of status.


Current Issue - Volume 5: Issue 5; Pages 100 - 115

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Editorial

by Stephen Mann

Mann S. Editorial. SelfCare 2014;5(5):100.

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Early Signs of Potential Adverse Drug Reactions: Are They Routinely Found in Approved Drug Labeling to Support Safe Self-Care?

by R William Soller, Sandy Sallam

Soller RW, Sallam S. Early Signs of Potential Adverse Drug Reactions: Are They Routinely Found in Approved Drug Labeling to Support Safe Self-Care? SelfCare 2014;5(5):101-109.

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Reducing antibiotic prescribing for self-limiting respiratory tract infections in primary care: a pilot study

by Smith P, McQuattie K, Hogg K.

Smith P, McQuattie K, Hogg K. Reducing antibiotic prescribing for self-limiting respiratory tract infections in primary care: a pilot study. SelfCare 2014;5(5):110-114.

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Analysis of Product Labeling Changes for Successful Prescription to Over-the-Counter Switches in the US - Poster

by Kim Le, Meena Ramachandra, Lindsay Brust, Vrunda Patel, Michael Toscani

Le K, Ramachandra M, Brust L, Patel V, Toscani M. Analysis of Product Labeling Changes for Successful Prescription to Over-the-Counter Switches in the US - Poster. SelfCare 2014;5(5):115. Poster1

The aim of this section is to encourage the publication of student/junior faculty research projects, offering an opportunity for young and more seasoned junior researchers to publish their research in this form.

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SelfCare Focus

A selection of newly published papers on self-care from the worldwide literature

Every week, we will provide a brief summary and a link to the published abstract of newly published papers selected from the worldwide literature as being of particular interest to the SelfCare community.

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Human Microbiota in Health and Disease

by de Vos WM, Engstrand L, Drago L, Reid G, Schauber J, Hay R, Mendling W, Schaller M, Spiller R, Gahan CG, Rowland I.

SelfCare 2012;3(S1):1-68

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