Social Pharmacy Journal (SPJ)

Published by: Kowsar

Call for Paper

Dear Colleagues and Researchers,

Social Pharmacy Journal (SPJ) is an international peer-reviewed quarterly, open access research journal. The Journal considers for publication original research papers, systematic qualitative and quantitative reviews, case reports, letters, commentary, Short Communication and invited editorials covering issues of social pharmacy research and practice. All papers are carefully peer reviewed to ensure the highest standards as well as ensuring that we are informing and stimulating pharmaceutical professionals.
Areas such as the following are covered:Pharmacoepidemiology

  • Pharmacovigilance, Adverse Drug Reaction and Drug Safety
  • Pharmaceutical Public Health and Health Policy
  • Professional and patient perspectives
  • Inter-professional Collaborative Practice
  • Community Pharmacy
  • Clinical Pharmacy
  • Medication Therapy Management (MTM)
  • Drug Utilization Review (DUR)
  • Outcome research and Pharmacoeconomics
  • Clinical Trials
  • Public health (including health promotion and health protection)
  • Pharmacy Education
  • Sport Pharmacy
  • Social Pharmacy

What is the advantage to you of publishing in Social pharmacy?

  • It is an open access journal which means that your paper is available to anyone in the world to download for free directly from the Social Pharmacy Journal website.
  • Unlike many traditional journals, your paper will not be rejected due to lack of space. This is an electronic journal and there are no limits in number of pages or the size of the submitted manuscript.
  • Social pharmacy journal has a great turnaround. We are able to update you about the final decision within 5-10 days.
  • Social Pharmacy Journal does not charge any publication fee to the authors.

We want to go into more depth about social pharmacy topics such as:

  • We want to go into more depth about social pharmacy topics such as:
  • Effectiveness and outcomes of services at pharmacy practice
  • Evaluations of policy and practice experiments and innovations at pharmacy practice
  • Relation between pharmaceutical and other health services
  • Pharmacist's roles in health care delivery
  • Why is the patient taking (or not taking) a medicine as it was prescribed?
  • Drug information and best effect on patient understanding and community/hospital pharmacist
  • Pharmacist and most effectively identification of patient’s drug-related problems/side effects
  • Quality of services and quality assurance at pharmacy practice    
  • Social responsibility and accountability of Pharmaceutical Company
  • Regulatory affair and Medicine Policy and pharmacy practice
  • Social network and health literacy - health education or company advertising?


Yours sincerely,
Prof. Kamran Bagheri Lankarani,