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Call for papers: make your contribution to the new Clinical Pharmacist

cp call for paper

We are accepting the following types of article for peer review: 

  • In-depth review articles critique fundamental concepts, issues, and problems that define a field of research or practice and support advanced practitioners as well as aspiring early-year pharmacists.
  • Practice reports share innovations on any area of practice, including delivering clinical services, pharmacy administration, or new approaches to inform and engage with patients with the aim to improving pharmacy practice.
  • Perspective articles focus on a specific field or discipline and discuss current advances or future directions, and may include original data as well as expert insight and opinions.

SUBMIT YOUR BEST RESEARCH — visit to learn about our acceptance criteria and how to prepare and submit your manuscripts.

Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal URI: 20200129

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