Annals of Pharmacotherapy
|Annals of Pharmacotherapy|
|Former name(s)||Drug Intelligence, Drug Intelligence and Clinical Pharmacy, DICP-The Annals of Pharmacotherapy|
|Abbreviated title (ISO 4)||Ann. Pharmacother.|
Milap C. NahataEugene M. Sorkin
Sage Publishing (2013-Present)Harvey Whitney Books (1967-2013)
The Annals of Pharmacotherapy is a peer-reviewed medical journal covering all aspects of pharmacotherapy. The journal was established in 1967 as Drug Intelligence. The name changed a few times during its history, to Drug Intelligence and Clinical Pharmacy (DICP) in 1969 and DICP-The Annals of Pharmacotherapy in 1989, before obtaining its current name in 1992.
- Nahata, Milap; Sorkin, Eugene (2012). "The Annals of Pharmacotherapy: Rich Legacy and Bright Future". The Annals of Pharmacotherapy (Harvey Whitney Books Company) 47 (7-8): 919–920. doi:10.1345/aph.1S388. Retrieved 8 September 2013.
- McLeod, Donald (2006). "Contribution of The Annals of Pharmacotherapy to the Development of Clinical Pharmacy". The Annals of Pharmacotherapy (Harvey Whitney Books Company) 40 (1): 109–11. doi:10.1345/aph.1G547. Retrieved 8 September 2013.
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