By: Cosima Bauer, Uwe May, Anissa Schneider-Ziebe, Chiara Giulini-Limbach, Thien-Kim Pham. Socioeconomic Considerations in Choosing and Evaluating Candidates for RX-to-OTC Switch. SelfCare 2022;13(3)35-47.
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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, Dr D B Nash, Professor C Bond, Dr J Spinks.
Current Issue - Volume 13, Issue 3 (July-September 2022)
By: Philip Soyiri Donyeh. Self-efficacy predicts self-care behaviours of persons with type 2 diabetes in an urban community in Ghana. SelfCare 2022;13(3)24-34.
By: Shalini Garg, V Raman Kutty. Low levels of self-care advice by healthcare providers in Kerala, India. SelfCare 2022;13(2)16-23.
By: Luis Alvarez. Home Hemodialysis within an Integrated Health Care System: A Case Study. SelfCare 2022;13(1)1-6.
By: Beverly W. Dabney, Carmen Stokes, Mary Linton, Chelsea Duncan, Linda Knecht, Jamie Koonmen.
Dabney BW, Stokes C, Linton M, Duncan C, Knecht L, Koonmen J. Self-Care Practices of Nursing Students in an Online Program. SelfCare 2021;12(3)28-38.
By: Andrea Stippler, Niels Eckstein, Elmar Kroth.
Stippler A, Eckstein N, Kroth E. Flu vaccinations as a service in German pharmacies: survey results from german healthcare professionals and patients. SelfCare 2021;12(2)12-27.