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Canadian Pharmacists Journal

Title Abbreviation
Can Pharm J
Electronic ISSN
Therapeutic Area
Academics, Administrators, Consultant Pharmacists, Pharmacists, Policy Makers, Researchers
The Canadian Pharmacists Association advocates for pharmacists and supports its members to advance the profession and enhance patient outcomes. We see the pharmacist as the health professional whose practice, based on unique knowledge and skills, optimizes medication use and enhances patient outcomes. Established in 1868, the Canadian Pharmacists Journal (CPJ) is the oldest continuously published periodical in Canada. Our mission is to support pharmacists in optimizing patient care by linking knowledge to practice. Our vision is to become a leading journal for the application of research and knowledge into pharmacy practice, facilitating practice change towards patient-centered care. CPJ is published 6 times per year, with occasional supplements on specific clinical topics. This peer-reviewed journal publishes original research, reviews, commentaries, evidence briefs, clinical practice guidelines and practice tools relating to advancing pharmacy practice towards patient-centred care and improving outcomes. Opinion pieces and descriptions of innovative practice models are also welcome.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA)
Publisher Name
SAGE Publications - US
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