The Nigerian Journal of Pharmacy (PSNNJP) is the official organ of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria with its first print in 1961 (as Journal of Pharmacy) and with unbroken publication since 1970 (as PSNNJP).
The PSNNJP is a peer-reviewed, open access journal which publishes original research articles, review articles and case studies on all aspects of pharmaceutical sciences and technologies, pharmacy practice and related clinical aspects, and pharmacy education. The journal publishes articles covering developments in drug absorption and metabolism, pharmacokinetics and dynamics, drug delivery systems, drug targeting and nanotechnology. It also covers development of new systems, methods, Clinical Pharmacy and techniques in pharmacy education and practice. The scope of the journal also extends to cover advancements in toxicology, cell and molecular biology, biomedical research, clinical and pharmaceutical microbiology, pharmaceutical biotechnology, medicinal chemistry, phytochemistry and nutraceuticals. The Journal reports society news, with special attention to innovations in the Nigerian and African pharmacy practice space.
Published by one of the oldest professional associations in Nigeria, the PSNNJP celebrates the traditional arts of pharmacy practice and embraces innovative scientific processes that provide answers to current problems. We look forward to your partnership with us as we change the world through innovative and translational research.
Pharm. ILOMUANYA MARGARET (PhD).
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The Nigerian Journal of Pharmacy (NJP) is the official organ and publication of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN).
It is a peer-reviewed journal designed to meet the continuing educational needs of pharmacists and related discipline in Nigeria, Africa and the international medical communities.
Nigerian Journal of Pharmacy publishes original research papers, critical reviews, systematic reviews personal views and short communications in the following areas: Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Pharmaceutical/ Medicinal Chemistry and Analysis, Pharmacognosy, and Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Care, Medicines Management, Pharmacoeconomics, Industrial Pharmacy, Social and Administrative Pharmacy, Biomedical and other related disciplines.