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Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy


Title Abbreviation
Res Social Adm Pharm
ISSN
1551-7411
Electronic ISSN
1934-8150
Readership
Administrators, Consultant Pharmacists, Educators, Environmental Epidemiologists, Outcomes Manager, Pharmaceutical Benefits Managers, Pharmacists, Pharmaco-Epidemiologists, Policy Makers, Public Health Professionals, Social Scientists
Scope
Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy (RSAP) publishes bi-monthly/six times per year, featuring original scientific reports, comprehensive review articles, proposed models, and provocative commentaries in the social and administrative pharmaceutical sciences. Topics of interest include outcomes evaluation of drug products, programs, or services; pharmacoepidemiology; medication adherence; disease management; medication use policy; drug marketing; evaluation of educational paradigms that could impact practice and/or patient behavior; and other topics related to public health in the context of pharmacy or medication use. RSAP strives to become a widely recognized venue for publishing articles that proffer new models to guide existing research, make methodological arguments, or otherwise describe the results of rigorous theory-building research. Practice and education research are considered, with preference given to papers evaluating theoretical constructs and to those that might shape policy.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Elsevier Inc - NY
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