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Kheir, Nadir M., Emmerton, Lynne and Shaw, John P. (2008) Assessing the responsiveness of the Asthma Quality of Life Questionnaire with pharmaceutical care. Pharmacy World & Science, 30 4: 322-328. 113   1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Shaw, John, Emmerton, Lynne, Barron, Peter, Becket, Gordon, Kheir, Nadir and Smith, Nerida (2000) Asthma management: The role of the pharmacist. New Zealand Pharmacy, 20 5: 21-24. 22  
Tonkin, Andrew M., Colquhoun, David, Emberson, Jonathan, Hague, Wendy, Keech, Anthony, Lane, Geoffrey, McMahon, Stephen, Shaw, John, Simes, R. John, Thompson, Peter L., White, Harvey D. and Hunter, David (2000) Effects of pravastatin in 3260 patients with unstable angina: Results from the LIPID study. Lancet, 356 9245: 1871-1875. 71   42 Cited 62 times in Scopus62
Emmerton, Lynne and Shaw, John (2002) Nonprescription medicine purchases in New Zealand. Journal of Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management, 15 1: 97-111. 81  
Kairuz, Therese, Case, Sarah and Shaw, John (2007) Perceptions of graduates and preceptors regarding a new pharmacy programme. Pharmacy Education, 7 2: 151-157. 15   Cited 3 times in Scopus3
Kairuz, Therese, Noble, Christy and Shaw, John (2010) Preceptors, interns, and newly registered pharmacists' perceptions of New Zealand pharmacy graduates' preparedness to practice. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 74 6: 1-6. 42 2 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Gauld, Natalie J., Shaw, John P., Emmerton, Lynne M. and Pethica, B. Damien (2000) Surveillance of a recently switched non-prescription medicine (diclofenac) using a pharmacy-based approach. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 9 3: 207-214. 11   5 Cited 6 times in Scopus6
Kairuz, Therese and Shaw, John (2005) Undergraduate inter-professional learning involving pharmacy, nursing and medical students: The Maori Health Week initiative. Pharmacy Education, 5 3-4: 255-259. 74   Cited 3 times in Scopus3