The PJ and RPS
Published by us, The Pharmaceutical Journal (now including Clinical Pharmacist) is updated online daily with authoritative content on global pharmacy and pharmaceutical science.
From the latest news on policies and clinical research to developments affecting the pharmacy profession and the industry, the PJ also provides insightful comment articles and career advice, as well as comprehensive learning and continuing professional development (CPD) resources.
The Pharmaceutical Journal covers news, analysis, features, opinion, learning and careers articles, providing insight and knowledge about drugs, pharmacy practice, medicines use and healthcare policy in the context of the pharmacy profession and pharmaceutical science.
And don't forget to download the PJ app (available on both Android and iPhone) for easy access to content even when you're offline.
Clinical Pharmacist, now integrated with the PJ, provides authoritative resources on the clinical management of disease in relation to medicines and up-to-date information about advances in pharmacy and drug development. It publishes review articles, perspectives, evidence-based CPD articles and practice reports on topics from drug discovery to clinical pharmacology and pharmacy.
Tomorrow’s Pharmacist is an online career resource for pharmacy students, Pre-Registration trainees and newly registered pharmacists. The archive includes a bank of useful and informative resources, providing insight into the realities of a career pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences.
Pharmaceutical Journal Jobs is our leading career resource and jobs board for pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists and healthcare professionals brought to you from The Pharmaceutical Journal Publications.
RPS members receive a discount on job posts.
Submit an article idea
Most of the content in the Pharmaceutical Journal is specially commissioned, but if you have ideas for articles then please contact the following email addresses, including your name, affiliations and an outline of the piece you wish to write.
An editor will then contact you with a final decision on whether to commission your piece, and if suitable, a word count, deadline and the section it will appear in the journal or website