As the experts in medicines, pharmacists play a crucial part in the delivery of safe and effective care for their patients. Choose from the sidebar menu to the left or from our specialist journals below.
Integrated Healthcare Journal is a new online-only open access journal for person-centred healthcare. Jointly owned by BMJ and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, it presents content related to initiatives and improvement approaches leading to greater levels of integration with a strong emphasis on co-design with patients, carers and families.
European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy is read by hospital pharmacists across Europe and worldwide as the official journal of the European Association of Hospital Pharmacists. The journal covers the science, practice and profession of hospital pharmacy. EJHP is a major source for continuing education as well as updates on advances in the practice and standard of pharmaceutical care for patients.
Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin has provided rigorous and independent evaluations of, and practical advice on, individual treatments and the overall management of disease for doctors, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals. With a focus on drug therapy, this title is particularly relevant for pharmacists in the clinical setting. DTB itself is free of advertising and other forms of commercial sponsorship – a supplement might be possible.
Evidence-Based Medicine is a journal that publishes articles relevant to the study and practice of evidence-based medicine, and frequently presents information on drug therapies relevant to the pharmacy profession.
Evidence at the point of care is delivered via BMJ Best Practice. This single source gives evidence based answers to the most common clinical questions. It also has easy access to guideline summaries and practice-changing evidence.
The BMJ provides pharmacists with a broad and balanced view of the current issues faced by the multidisciplinary healthcare team.
BMJ Open Quality covers original research, local, national and international quality improvement projects. Healthcare improvement initiatives and educational improvement work are all considered for publication.
BMJ Quality & Safety provides a rich mix of news, opinion, debate and research for academics, clinicians, healthcare managers and policy makers. It encourages the science of improvement, debate, and new thinking on improving the quality of healthcare. The journal is led by a patient-focused editorial team to help all team members improve their knowledge with the overall goal of improving patient care.