International Journal of Pharmacy Teaching & Practices

ISSN - 1986-8111

About Us

International Journal of Pharmacy Teaching and Practices (IJPTP) is a quarterly journal that investigates and publishes articles of provocative issues and perspectives in the field of pharmaceutical sciences and health care professional, reflecting global practices. IJPTP is a peer-review quarterly published, open access online journal to take full advantage of the electronic medium; this includes objective–focus pharmacy education of original research articles, review articles, editorial letters, commentaries and case reports. The Journal purpose is to document and advance teaching practice in Asia and internationally.

IJPTP is an Open Access Journal; readers can access all published articles completely free of charge.

Currently indexed in: Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, African Index Medicus (AIM), PSOAR, British Library Direct, Research Bib, University of Saskatchewan, Canada, SoTL Journals, University of Central Florida, European Association of Faculties of Pharmacy (EAFP), e-repository University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Trama Interinstitucional Multidisciplinaria de Bibliografía Online (TIMBO)

Indexing in-progress: EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, DOAJ, Georgetown University Library - NewJour Database, GALE Cengage Learning, Medical Journals Index (MJI), Standard Periodical Directory, ScientificCommons, Scirus, Genamics JournalSeek , Intute, Proquest (Cambridge Scientific)

Academic Search™ Complete, SJSU Library Catalog, SJSU Electronic Journals Index, Open J-Gate, Ulrich PD,Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, Geneva Foundation for Medical

Education and Research (GFMER), Virginia Commonwealth University Library, University of Michigan E-Journals, University of Saskatchewan E-Journals, North Carolina

Considerations will be given to unsolicited manuscripts/materials that have not been published and are not under peer-review for publication elsewhere. All manuscripts will subject to peer-review and pre-approval by the Editor prior publication. Authors must prepare manuscripts in conformance with the Journal style.

The Journal appreciates the receipt of high quality papers on following aspects of pharmacy education and practices;

  • Undergraduate training
  • Post-graduate education and research training
  • Professional development and continuing education
  • Teaching techniques (PBL, OSCE.. etc)
  • Curriculum design
  • Communication skills and counseling
  • Teaching practice and assessment
  • Concise report on new ideas
  • Hospital base pharmacy practice
  • Community practice
  • Pharmacy Practice
  • Public Health
  • Patient Medication Costing
  • Pharmacovigilence studies