The Official Journal of Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India (APTI)
(Registered under Registration of Societies Act XXI of 1860 No. 122 of 1966-1967, Lucknow)
INDIAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACY PRACTICE (IJOPP) The Official Journal of Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India (APTI) (Registered under Registration of Societies Act XXI of 1860 No. 122 of 1966-1967, Lucknow) [ISSN 0974-8326]
Indian Journal of Pharmacy Practice is an official peer-reviewed journal, published quarterly by APTI which will be useful to all the pharmacy professionals working in the pharmacy practice. Indian Journal of Pharmacy Practice publishes original research articles, review articles and case reports in the diverse areas of Pharmacy Practice like clinical pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, community pharmacy, pharmaceutical care, pharmacovigilance, pharmacoeconomics, clinical research, clinical pharmacokinetics and other related areas for the benefit of academicians, hospital/community pharmacists and industry. It is circulated and referred by more than 8000 teachers, 40,000 students and over 1000 professionals working in Pharmaceutical industries, Regulatory departments, hospitals etc.
- Editor-in-Chief : Prof. Shobha Rani
- Frequency : Quarterly (4 issues/year)
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Association of Proton Pump Inhibitor with Hypomagnesaemia: A Cross-Sectional Study at a Tertiary Care Hospital of Anand District10.5530/ijopp.7.2.3
Retrospective Drug Use Evaluation of Gentamycin Use in Ambo Hospital, Oromia Region State, West Showa, Ethiopia10.5530/ijopp.7.2.4
Prescription practice in patients of upper respiratory tract infection at a pediatric outpatient clinic in Punjab10.5530/ijopp.7.2.6