American Journal of Pharmacological Sciences
A special issue of American Journal of Pharmacological Sciences
Deadline for manuscript submissions: (October 01, 2014)
Chief Guest Editor
Madeeha MalikHamdard Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Hamdard University, Islamabad, PakistanEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest EditorAzhar HussainHamdard Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Hamdard University, Islamabad, PakistanEmail: email@example.com
M. ShafiqHamdard Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Hamdard University, Islamabad, PakistanEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the face of rising demands and skyrocketing costs, all the occupations and institutions in the field of health care are being challenged to develop more effective and economical interventions for the delivery of their services. Improvement in medicine use is very much dependent on the health systems within which care is delivered. The contributions of pharmacy practice has helped many countries in achieving better health outcomes, reducing the costs of treatment, building the patient trust on healthcare system, reduced side effects and risk of treatments, decreased morbidity and mortality, improved access to safe and timely treatments and improved quality of life resulting in achievements of millennium development goals.
This issue will contain state-of-the-art reviews and original research articles covering outstanding and most recent research from the eminent scientists working in the field of pharmacy practice. This issue not only highlights the major challenges and their solutions in designing optimizing patient care models but also in-depth mechanism relating to the strategies of overcoming the irrational drug use will be presented. It is envisaged that this issue will contain 5-10 outstanding manuscripts including original research and outstanding review articles from authors around the globe.
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