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Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy

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"Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy" (RSAP) is a quarterly publication featuring original scientific reports and comprehensive review articles in the social and administrative pharmaceutical sciences.

Topics of interest in RSAP include outcomes evaluation of products, programs, or services; pharmacoepidemiology; medication adherence; direct-to-consumer advertising of prescription medications; disease state management; health systems reform; drug marketing; medication distribution systems such as e-prescribing; web-based pharmaceutical/medical services; drug commerce and re-importation; and health professions workforce issues.

RSAP strives to become a widely recognized venue for publishing articles that proffer new models to guide existing research, make methodological arguments, or otherwise describe the results of rigorous theory-building research. Papers that translate the results of such research into information useful for practitioners are also welcome. RSAP encourages submission of manuscripts from multi-disciplinary collaborators on projects whose goal is to address medication use policy. RSAP also publishes special thematic issues that will be of interest and benefit to its readers and to the community at large.


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  • Platform:
    OvidMD Ovid
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Product Type: Journal
  • Author/Editor: Desselle, Shane P.
  • ISSN: 1551-7411
  • Specialty:
    Pharmacology
  • Language: English
  • Frequency: 12 Times a Year
  • Coverage: June 2008 - Present
  • PDF Coverage: June 2008 - Present
  • Impact Factor*: 2.315
  • ISI JCR Ranking 2017 : 38/156 (PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH)

*As stated by the 2017 ISI Journal Citation Reports®

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