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  • British National Formulary 
    Book by Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain and British Medical Association
  • The British National Formulary is a pharmaceutical reference book that contains a wide spectrum of information and advice on prescribing and pharmacology, along with specific facts and details about medicines.
  • PSGH CLOTH and other materials
  • Available at the PSGH Secretariat

  • Call for Papers
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     Call for Papers

     

    Dear Colleague,

     

    The Ghana Pharmaceutical Journal (GPJ) is a peer-reviewed open access journal dedicated to publishing high quality research articles in the field of pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical science. The journal publishes review, original papers, conferences reports, editorials, and case reports.

     

    GPJ Scope: It is a unique open access journal dedicated to publish high quality research articles in all disciplines of clinical pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences, pharmacotherapy, pharmacology, pharmacy practice, toxicology, pharmacoeconomics,

     

    GPJ  is in the process of acquiring  indexing by Google scholar, Open J-gate journals, OAJI, Academic Resource Index, Cite factor etc

    GPJ will publish all manuscripts online; following acceptance, a paper will be published in the next issue.

    Manuscripts are invited from academicians, researchers, students and pharmacists for publication in GPJ as email attachment in MS-Word format to: editor@psgh.org, for publication. All the accepted manuscripts are edited before printing to ensure scientific consistency, clarity and uniformity of style. Submission should not be later than 15th July, 2016.

     

    Best regards

    Frank Kumi

    Editor 

     

     
     
     
    Published on 11th May, 2016