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International Journal of Pharmacy Practice

Title Abbreviation
Int J Pharm Pract
Electronic ISSN
Academics, Administrators, General Practitioners, Health service researchers, Nurses, Outcomes Manager, Pharmacists, Pharmaco-Epidemiologists, Researchers
The International Journal of Pharmacy Practice (IJPP) is a Medline-indexed, peer reviewed, international journal. It is one of the leading journals publishing health services research in the context of pharmacy, pharmaceutical care, medicines and medicines management. Regular sections in the journal include, editorials, literature reviews, original research, personal opinion and short communications. Topics covered include: medicines utilisation, medicine management, medicines distribution, supply and administration, pharmaceutical services, professional and patient/lay perspectives, public health (including, e.g. health promotion, needs assessment, health protection) evidence based practice, pharmacy education. Methods include both evaluative and exploratory work including, randomised controlled trials, surveys, epidemiological approaches, case studies, observational studies, and qualitative methods such as interviews and focus groups. Application of methods drawn from other disciplines e.g. psychology, health economics, morbidity are especially welcome as are developments of new methodologies.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS)
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