Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research (JAPER )
Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research (JAPER) is an international journal published monthly. Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research (JAPER) is presently available in online version. It is a peer reviewed journal aiming to communicate high quality original research work, reviews, short communications, case report, Ethics Forum, Education Forum and Letter to editor that contribute significantly to further the scientific knowledge related to the field of Pharmacy i.e. Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutical Chemistry. Articles with timely interest and newer research concepts will be given more preference. All articles published in this journal represent the opinion of the authors and not reflect the official policy of the Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research (JAPER). All papers are subjected to peer-review.
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- WebsiteJournal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research (JAPER)
- Material typeOrignial articles, review articles on Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medical Science
- Document typeJournal
Publications in this journal
- Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research 01/2014; 4(3):285-288.
- Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research 09/2013; 3(2):177-186.
- Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research 01/2013; 3(3):201-205.
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ABSTRACT: Amlodipine besylate is a potent calcium channel blocker used for the treatment of hypertension, congestive heart failure and angina pectoris. Amlodipine besylate avoids the adverse effect of amlodipine in racemic mixtures. A highly precise and cost effective RP-HPLC method with retention time of 2.60 minutes was developed for the estimation of amlodipine besylate in tablet dosage form, by fixing the parameters as WATERS C18 column 250 mm × 4.6 mm (5µm), with mobile phase as acetonitrile: 70mM potassium dihydrogen orthophosphate buffer: methanol (15:30:55) and pH adjusted to 3.0 using OPA. Mobile phase flow rate was maintained at 1.0 ml/min and detected at 240nmJournal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research 10/2012; 2(3):93-100.
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ABSTRACT: It aims to explore the perceptions of pharmacy academics in Libya on social pharmacy education. A qualitative research methodology was adopted in this study. The participants academics, who graduated from pharmacy faculties were teaching at Libyan pharmacy faculties, were interviewed. Based on the content analysis of the interviews, two major themes emerged, which are: the understanding of social pharmacy and the need to include social pharmacy courses in pharmacy education. The majority of the respondents were not familiar with the concept and more than half of those who had no prior knowledge of this term expressed interests in knowing more about it and few of them were unwilling about this notion. Overall, the study reveals a positive perception towards the introduction of social pharmacy into undergraduate curricula. The findings from the pharmacy academics’ evaluation suggest the need to incorporate a similar course in the pharmacy curriculum in Libya, with supportive reasons to believe that social pharmacy will play an even more crucial role in future pharmacy.Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research 01/2012; 2((1)-2249-3379):1-10.
- Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research 01/2011; 2(1):50-53.
- Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research 12/2010; 1(2):69-71.
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