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Editor
Dr Christopher Alderman, BPharm, PhD, FSHP, CGP, BCPP

Administrative Assistant
John Hand

Associate Editors
Associate Professor J. Simon Bell, BPharm(Hons), PhD, MPS
Associate Professor Rhonda Clifford, BPharm, PhD, FPS
Mr Stefan Kowalski BPharm, M App Sc, CGP
Professor Andrew McLachlan, BPharm(Hons), PhD, FPS, FACPP, MCPA
Professor Lisa Nissen, BPharm, PhD, FHKAPh, FSHP, FPS
Dr Jason Roberts, BPharm(Hons), BAppSc, PhD, FSHP

DrugScan Editor
Vaughn Eaton, BPharm, MClinPharm, FSHP

Geriatric Therapeutics Editor
Dr Rohan Elliott, BPharm, BPharmSc (Hons), MClinPharm, PhD, CGP, FSHP

Medication Safety Editor
Penny Thornton, BPharm, FSHP

Editorial Advisory Board
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Journal Reviewers
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From the March 2015 issue

 

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