The Royal Pharmaceutical Society partners with Oxford University Press to give its members free access to pharmacy journals -

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) has partnered with Oxford University Press (OUP) to give its members free access to a portfolio of research in pharmacy, pharmacology and the pharmaceutical sciences.

The partnership with the largest university publisher in the world will give RPS members free access to the International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, the Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology and the Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research for the first time.

The journals were previously behind a subscription wall when they were managed by publisher John Wiley & Sons, but RPS members will be able to access them for free from January 2021 as part of their membership.

Bringing together these journals with the journals managed in-house positions The Pharmaceutical Journal as the flagship publication of a portfolio of journals designed to enhance the best in pharmacology and pharmacy practice — a fundamental part of the Society’s mission to promote impactful research.

The titles will have flagship status in the OUP portfolio, which has a strong medical journal publishing programme, improving their visibility for librarians and their impact in the UK and internationally. Potential authors will have access to an Author Resource Centre — information that may be of use when preparing, submitting, and tracking their paper through the editorial production process to publication.

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