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What do the threshold learning outcomes in pharmacy mean Introduction to questionnaire design and analysis James Green and Pauline Norris Hunter Centre Computer Lab Conference Opening / Mihi Whakatau (Hunter Centre Atrium, Cnr Frederick & Great King Streets) Mark Brunton, Research Manager Māori, University of Otago Peter Crampton, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Health Sciences, Dunedin School of Medicine Rhiannon Braund, Conference Convenor APSA2013, School of Pharmacy, University of Otago Patients’ expectations of treatment: positive and negative influences on therapeutic outcome Keith Petrie, Auckland University Medical School, New Zealand Legend: Hunter Centre Atrium Barnett Colquhoun Hunter Centre Ground Floor Hunter Centre 1st Floor Bridging the adherence gap between efficacy and effectiveness Bernard Vrijens, University of Liège, Belgium CP01 – Drug Design and Formulation (Rm CP03 – Pharmacy Practice (Rm 122 & 123) Chitosan Coated Nanostructured Lipid Carriers Do animal patients have a place in a pharmacy How times change: The profession’s opinion of “One needs to adapt to others, not force others to Why do developed countries vary in medicines responsible for lymphatic transport of a adapt to your ways.” Exploring the perceptions of reclassification? A nine country qualitative pharmacy students following participation in a cross cultural simulation and introductory lecture Evaluation of drug absorption from lipid-based What is the relationship between pharmacy Attention pharmacists – disability support formulations using a coupled in vitro lipid students’ preferred teacher qualities and their Prevalence of, and attitudes towards, cognitive User testing of over-the-counter medicine labels dispersible CdTe/CdS quantum dots in rat liver: enhancer use amongst New Zealand tertiary and leaflets in Australia and UK: a comparative comparison with cationic and anionic dyes Inhalable powder formulation of combination Pharmacy students’ attitudes to, and use of, Indonesian pharmacists’ awareness of secondary antibiotics with high aerosol efficiency and prevention of cardiovascular disease: a study in Legend: Hunter Centre Atrium Barnett Colquhoun Hunter Centre Ground Floor Hunter Centre 1st Floor CP01 – Drug Design and Formulation (Rm 120 CP03 – Pharmacy Practice (Rm 122 & 123) Phytantriol cubosomes sterically stabilised with A question prompt list (QPL) for parents of accredited pharmacists providing directed Home children with attention-deficit hyperactivity formulation, characterisation and permeability Medicines Review following acute coronary disorder (ADHD): Part II- validation using Delphi studies in an in vitro model of the blood-brain Strategies for developing high dose powders for inhalation to treat The role of pharmacists in mental health: the challenges and The impact of disease on drug transport across the blood-brain Influencing health behaviours during pregnancy for the health of Fluorescent probes as drug discovery tools Developing, implementing and evaluating deprescribing guidelines for the elderly: A mixed methods approach Lalitha Raman-Wilms, University of Toronto Afternoon Tea/Poster Session 1 (Posters authors present for even numbers) Legend: Hunter Centre Atrium Barnett Colquhoun Hunter Centre Ground Floor Hunter Centre 1st Floor APSA Annual General Meeting – Room G30 Carrington College (off site – refer map) Legend: Hunter Centre Atrium Barnett Colquhoun Hunter Centre Ground Floor Hunter Centre 1st Floor Plenary 3 - NZCRS Session 1 – The biological therapeutic interface Good cop, bad cop: Intracellular trafficking and its implications for drug targeting Peter Swaan, University of Maryland, Baltimore, USA NZCRS Lecture – The biological therapeutic interface Written information as a tool to promote patient-centred care Preclinical formulation of therapeutics – what does industry want? 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Macao Yearbook 2007 Part 1 Chapter 9 Effective Measures for Combating Crime; Public Order Remains Stable Faced with complex social changes, in 2006 Macao’s police forces took a series of measures to maintain public order in cooperation with Macao citizens. Police campaigns to prevent and combat petty crimes proved effective, with double-digit falls in robberies and pick-pocketing.

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