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Richard Talley, AJHP editor. – Advanced-Practice Pharmacists: Practice Characteristics and Reimbursement of Pharmacists Certified for Collaborative Clinical Practice in New Mexico and North Carolina, a practice report by Matthew Murawski, Ph.D., associate professor of pharmacy administration at the Purdue University University of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, West Lafayette, Ind. Related StoriesSpotting the symptoms of advanced prostate cancer: an interview with Brian TomlinsonThe Royal University of Surgeons Edinburgh endorses Contact Medical operation, a mobile cognitive simulation and rehearsal system for surgeonsGriffith students offering healthcare in Malawi – Pharmacist Prescribing: What Are the Next Steps?, a commentary by Lisa Nissen, B.Pharm, Ph.D., FSHP, FHKPA, associate professor and deputy-director for the Centre for Safe and Effective Prescribing, College of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Australia Centre of Excellence, University of Queensland.Bloodstream samples for antibody screening were obtained on day 0, day 21 , day 31, and day 42. With a summary of feasible adverse events and digital thermometers provided by the investigator, subjects recorded daily oral temperature and systemic and injection-site adverse events through day 42, utilizing a grading scale based on interference with normal day to day activities. On days 3, 10, 21, 24, 31, and 42, subjects returned to the clinic for inspection of the injection evaluation and site of adverse occasions.