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Rampamba, Enos M and Meyer, Johanna C and Helberg, Elvera and Godman, Brian (2021) Medicines availability among hypertensive patients in primary healthcare facilities in a rural province in South Africa : findings and implications. Journal of Research in Pharmacy Practice, 8 (4). pp. 181-185. ISSN 2279-042X

Haque, Mainul and Abubakar, Abdullahi Rabiu and Ogunleye, Olayinka O. and Sani, Ibrahim Haruna and Sefah, Israel and Kurdi, Amanj and Islam, Salequl and Godman, Brian (2020) Changes in availability, utilisation and prices of medicines and protection equipment for COVID-19 in an urban population of Northern Nigeria and the implications. Journal of Research in Pharmacy Practice. ISSN 2279-042X (In Press)

Rampamba, Enos M and Meyer, Johanna C and Helberg, Elvera A and Godman, Brian (2019) Empowering hypertensive patients on chronic medicines at primary health care facilities in South Africa with knowledge to improve disease management. Journal of Research in Pharmacy Practice, 8 (4). pp. 208-213. ISSN 2279-042X

Kamati, Monika and Godman, Brian and Kibuule, Dan (2019) Prevalence of self-medication for acute respiratory infections in Namibia : findings and implications. Journal of Research in Pharmacy Practice, 8 (4). pp. 220-224. ISSN 2279-042X

Momanyi, Lydia and Opanga, Sylvia and Nyamu, David and Oluka, Margaret and Kurdi, Amanj and Godman, Brian (2019) Antibiotic prescribing patterns at a leading referral hospital in Kenya : a point prevalence survey. Journal of Research in Pharmacy Practice, 8 (3). pp. 149-154. ISSN 2279-042X

Mukokinya, Mwasi Mary Ann and Opanga, Sylvia and Oluka, Margaret and Godman, Brian (2018) Dispensing of antimicrobials in Kenya : a cross sectional pilot study and its implications. Journal of Research in Pharmacy Practice, 7 (2). pp. 77-82. ISSN 2279-042X

Marković-Peković, Vanda and Grubiša, Nataša and Burger, Johanita and Bojanić, Ljubica and Godman, Brian (2017) Initiatives to reduce non-prescription sales and dispensing of antibiotics in the Republic of Srpska : findings and implications. Journal of Research in Pharmacy Practice. ISSN 2279-042X (In Press)

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