With the ever-growing number of options available for publishing research, it is fantastic to see the growth of the British Journal of Pharmacy over the past few years. In this issue, we have six papers submitted by groups across four continents, and as the journal, grows we are continuing to see a diverse and cosmopolitan range of submissions. Like the previous issues of BJPharm, this issue is assembled from articles that span a variety of pharmacy topics, with articles on Interprofessional education of prescription safety for Non-medical prescribers and pharmacists, through to an article on the physicochemical and rheological properties of modified starches from novel sustainable sources. In my opinion, this breadth of topics covered by BJPharm and potential board readership, sets the journal apart from others in the field, with articles of interest to those working in all areas of the Pharmacy profession.
|Number of pages||1|
|Journal||British Journal of Pharmacy|
|Publication status||Published - 16 Mar 2021|