The Leading Journal in Pharmacy
Established in 1976, U.S. Pharmacist is the leading clinically-focused monthly pharmacy publication providing the nation's pharmacists with up-to-date, authoritative, peer-reviewed clinical articles relevant to contemporary pharmacy practice. U.S. Pharmacist's journal and programs in both print and electronic formats delivers relevant information on the clinical aspect's of today's pharmacy practice, with the ultimate goal of improving outcomes in patient care.
U.S. Pharmacist - National Edition
Reaches 128,000 pharmacy professionals practicing in the community and other settings. Editorial content focuses on developments and advances in pharmacotherapy and other aspects of practice, such as economics, legal and ethical issues and industry trends. Pharmacists have the opportunity to earn CE credits in every issue.
U.S. Pharmacist - Health Systems Edition
U.S. Pharmacist's Health Systems Edition reaches 38,000 pharmacists practicing in health systems, hospital related clinics, and long term care facilities. Its peer-reviewed, clinically-focused articles provide pharmacists in these practice settings the information they need for acute patient care, long-term patient care, and outpatient consultations.
Continuing Education Activities
JHI offers a variety of live and enduring U.S. Pharmacist educational formats for different learning preferences that give pharmacists the opportunity to earn CE credits.