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This journal aims to provide a forum for publication of clinical and experimental pharmacology studies related to diabetes, obesity and metabolism, including evaluations of new glucose and weight-lowering drugs, new therapeutic developments in the management and prevention of diabetic complications, e.g. growth factors and biotechnology products for foot ulcers, and clinical trials involving established medicines, e.g. optimal treatment of hypertension, lipids or infection in the diabetic population.
Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning is devoted to dissemination of high quality, peer-reviewed scholarship relevant to all areas of pharmacy education—promoting educational research excellence. The Journal maintains a particular focus in two major areas: pharmacy faculty development in the scholarship of teaching and learning and the scholarship of interprofessional pharmacy education.
NEJM Evidence, a new monthly digital journal from NEJM Group, presents innovative original research and fresh, bold ideas in clinical trial design and clinical decision-making.
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Below you will find the PDFs of the complete New Acquisitions Lists for the last three months. For older lists, please contact the Library, and we can provide them to you.