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[e-drug] July 2012 issue of Southern Med Review

E-DRUG: July 2012 issue of Southern Med Review 

Dear All

Southern Med Review is a peer reviewed global pharmaceutical policy journal  
and we are glad to inform you that the July 2012  issue of the journal  has 
been released. The complete journal (file) can be accessed from the University 
of Auckland's website:


The complete journal file and the individual articles can also be downloaded 
from the journal's website

Guest Editorial

Lexchin J, Vitry A. Should the C in CME Stand for Commercial? Southern Med 
Review ( 2012) 5;1:3-5 


 Babar ZU, Vaughan C, Scahill S. Pharmacy practice: Is the gap between the 
North and South widening? Southern Med Review (2012) 5; 1:1-2

Research Articles
Sagwa E, Mantel-Teeuwisse A, Ruswa N, Musasa JP, Pal S, Dhliwayo P, van Wyk B. 
The burden of adverse events during treatment of drug-resistant tuberculosis in 
Namibia. Southern Med Review (2012) 5;1: 6-13

Brown A, Gilbert B. The Vanuatu medical supply system - documenting 
opportunities and challenges to meet the Millennium Development Goals. Southern 
Med Review (2012) 5;1: 14-21

Jamshed SQ, Ibrahim MIM, Hassali MA, Masood I, Low BY, Shafie AA, Babar ZUD. 
Perception and attitude of general practitioners regarding generic medicines in 
Karachi, Pakistan: A questionnaire based study. Southern Med Review (2012) 5; 

Narsai K, Williams A, Mantel-Teeuwisse AK. Impact of regulatory requirements on 
medicine registration in African countries-perceptions and experiences of 
Pharma companies in South Africa. Southern Med Review (2012) 5;1:31-37

Vogler S, Zimmermann N, Habl C, Piessnegger J, Bucsics A. Discounts and rebates 
granted to public payers for medicines in European countries. Southern Med 
Review (2012) 5;1:38-46

Saleem F, Azmil Hassali M, Akmal Shafie A, Atif M. Noman ul Haq, Aljadhey H, 
Disease related knowledge and quality of life: a descriptive study focusing on 
hypertensive population in Pakistan. Southern Med Review (2012) 5;1:47-52

Letter to the Editor

Wei Cheng, Yunyun Fang, Dehui Fan, Jing Sun, Xuefeng Shi, Jiao Li. The effect 
of implementing "medicines zero mark-up policy" in Beijing community health 
facilities. Southern Med Review (2012)5;1:53-56

The aim of 'Southern Med Review' is to promote pharmaceutical policy research. 
The journal is indexed in Scopus, CrossRef, EMBASE, Directory of Open Access 
Journals (DOAJ), EBSCO Host, Open J Link, Gale, Global Health, CAB Abstract 
Databases, Ulrich's Periodical Directory, New Zealand's National Library and in 
WHO's Essential Medicines Documentation Database. For the previous issues of 
the issue, pls click www.fmhs.auckland.ac.nz/sop/smr

Kind Regards

Zaheer-Ud-Din Babar, PhD
Senior Lecturer & Head of Pharmacy Practice
School of Pharmacy
Faculty of Medical & Health Sciences
The University of Auckland
Private Mail Bag 92019, Auckland
New Zealand
Ph: +64 9 3737599 Ext 88436
Fax: +64 9 3677192

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