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    The SelfCare journal website now has improved functionality and interactive features.The journal offers easy submission and fast publication in a rolling content format. This means that peer-reviewed content which has been accepted for publication can appear on the website faster than ever. SelfCare continues to offer access to our extensive collection of past papers, which is archived and citable by issue and volume.

    This site offers opportunities for the self-care community to comment and debate self-care issues in our blog section, the content of which will also feature in tweets. We hope you will contribute to the conversations in this section.
  • 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.

Current Issue - Volume 7, Issue 4
Recent Articles

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Patient Perspectives on Symptom Severity

Short Communication – by Jeff Taylor.
Taylor, J. Patient Perspectives on Symptom Severity. SelfCare 2016;7(4)10-17

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Remote communities: promoting engagement in self-care

by Katherine Gibson Smith, Vibhu Paudyal, Derek Stewart, Susan Klein.
Gibson Smith et al. Remote communities: promoting engagement in self-care. SelfCare 2016;7(4)1-9

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Current Approaches to Head Louse Treatment – a Global Update

by Ian F Burgess
Burgess IF. Current Approaches to Head Louse Treatment – a Global Update. SelfCare 2016;7(2)41-60

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Information Sources Influencing Community Pharmacists’ Over the Counter (OTC) Oral Analgesic Drug Recommendations

by Kunal Kanani, Daniel Da Costa, Lucio Volino, Vrunda Patel, Michael Toscani, Joseph Barone.
Kanani K et al. Information Sources Influencing Community Pharmacists’ OTC Oral Analgesic Drug Recommendations. SelfCare 2016;7(2)61-72

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IRRITANT DIAPER DERMATITIS SUPPLEMENT PART 1: BEST PRACTICE MANAGEMENT.

by David Atherton*, Ehrhardt Proksch**, Jürgen Schauber†, Jean-François Stalder††.
SelfCare 2015;6(S1):1-11

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IRRITANT DIAPER DERMATITIS SUPPLEMENT PART 2: EVALUATION OF A NEW COSMETIC TOPICAL FORMULATION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF IRRITANT DIAPER DERMATITIS IN INFANTS

by Dr Katarzyna Sznurkowska*††, Dr Anna Liberek*†, Katarzyna Brzozowska Cieloch*, Olga Czernicka*, Dr Raymond de Bony**, Dr Peter Kurka**, Dr Holger Lenz**.
SelfCare 2015;6(S1):12-24

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