Facebook Twitter Linkedin
HOME btn ABOUT US btn JOURNALS btn AUTHORS btn CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS btn SEARCH btn CONTACT US  
  home bred bred bred bred bred bred bred  
   LIST OF ACADEMIA JOURNALS
btn Academia Journal of Biotechnology
btn Journal of Business and Economic     Management
btn  Academia Journal of Medicinal Plants
btn Academia Journal of Environmental     Sciences
btn Academia Journal of Agricultural     Research
btn Academia Journal of Educational     Research
btn Academia Journal of Food Research
btn Academia Journal of Scientific     Research
btn Academia Journal of Microbiology    Research
btn  Engineering and Technology
btn Academia Journal of Pharmacy and     Pharmacology
btn Medicine and Medical Sciences
 
   USEFUL LINKS
btn Conference Publishing
btn Grants Application
btn  Impact Factor
btn Conference Partners and Sponsors
btn Partners and Indexing Bodies
btn Building New Future Journals. Start a     new journal with Academia Publishing.     Write and submit your proposal
btn Indexed by CABI



ajpp

Current Issue

December: 2020

 
 

Academia Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology (AJPP) is an international open access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles concerned with Pharmacy practice, Pharmaceutical sciences, Medicinal chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Biological properties, Drug systems and Manufacturing, Vaccines, including their Design and Manipulation in the field.

Article Topics include: Pharmacies, Pharmacists, Pharmaconomists, Medicinal chemistry, Pharmacy education, Pharmaceutical industry, Pharmaceuticals policy, Pharmacodynamics, Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacology, Medicinal herbs and fungi, Medicinal plants, Biology and pharmacology of chemical elements, Medical treatments, Chemopreventive agents, Food and Drug Administration, Pharmacologists, Drugs, Cancer treatments, Drug delivery devices.

 Submit your manuscript to AJPP  ISSN 2315-7828
 Peer Review  FAQ

 DOI: 10.15413/AJPP

  Language: English



Chief Editor:

Prof. Maha Aboul Elak

Email:

 pharm@academiapublishing.org

eus

 

Education and Credentials:

• Professor in Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmacognosy), Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Alexandria, Egypt, 2006.
• Associate Professor in Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmacognosy), Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Alexandria, Egypt, 2000.
• Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmacognosy), Faculty of Pharmacy,
University of Alexandria, Egypt, 1991.
• Master Degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmacognosy), Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Alexandria, Egypt, 1986.
• Bachelor degree of Pharmaceutical Sciences, faculty of Pharmacy, University of Alexandria, Egypt, 1981.

 

Research Description
Pharmacy is the health profession that links the health sciences with the chemical sciences and it is charged with ensuring the safe and effective use of pharmaceutical drugs.
The scope of pharmacy practice includes more traditional roles such as compounding and dispensing medications, and it also includes more modern services related to health care, including clinical services, reviewing medications for safety and efficacy, and providing drug information. Pharmacists, therefore, are the experts on drug therapy and are the primary health professionals who optimize medication use to provide patients with positive health outcomes.
An establishment in which pharmacy (in the first sense) is practiced is called a pharmacy, chemist's or drugstore. In the United States and Canada, drug stores commonly sell not only medicines, but also miscellaneous items such as candy (sweets), cosmetics, and magazines, as well as light refreshments or groceries.


The word pharmacy is derived from its root word pharma which was a term used since the 15th–17th centuries. However, the original Greek roots from "Pharmakos" imply sorcery or even poison. In addition to pharma responsibilities, the pharma offered general medical advice and a range of services that are now performed solely by other specialist practitioners, such as surgery and midwifery. The pharma (as it was referred to) often operated through a retail shop which, in addition to ingredients for medicines, sold tobacco and patent medicines. The pharmas also used many other herbs not listed. The Greek word Pharmakeia derives from pharmakon meaning "drug" or "medicine" (the earliest form of the word is the Mycenaean Greek pa-ma-ko, attested in Linear B syllabic script).
In its investigation of herbal and chemical ingredients, the work of the pharma may be regarded as a precursor of the modern sciences of chemistry and pharmacology, prior to the formulation of the scientific method.


Copyright © 2018 Academia Publishing. All rights reserved