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The African Journal of Pharmacy and Alternative Medicine (AJPAM) is a reputable publication that covers a wide range of areas within the field of pharmacy. It operates under the esteemed guidance of MJ & M Biolabs, a renowned scientific firm founded by experienced medical scientists in Africa.

AJPAM upholds the highest standards of quality and excellence in scientific research. The journal is a proud member of Crossref, ensuring the persistent identification and reliable linking of its published articles. Additionally, AJPAM is indexed in Google Scholar, enhancing the discoverability and accessibility of its content to a wide audience. The journal also adheres to the LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) preservation system, guaranteeing the long-term archiving and availability of its articles.

AJPAM covers a diverse range of areas within the field of pharmacy, including but not limited to:

  • Pharmaceutical sciences
  • Drug discovery and development
  • Pharmacology and toxicology
  • Clinical pharmacy and therapeutics
  • Pharmaceutical technology and formulation
  • Traditional medicine and herbal remedies
  • Ethnopharmacology
  • Pharmaceutical education and practice

AJPAM employs a rigorous and efficient peer-review process, engaging well-trained and experienced scholars from around the world. This ensures that each manuscript undergoes a thorough evaluation and guarantees the publication of credible and scientifically sound research.

AJPAM prides itself on its timely publication timeline, with an average turnaround time of 4 to 8 weeks, depending on the manuscript's quality. This enables researchers to swiftly share their findings with the global scientific community. By providing a comprehensive platform for research in various areas of pharmacy, AJPAM fosters collaboration, innovation, and advancements in the field. It serves as a valuable resource for researchers, academics, and practitioners, promoting knowledge dissemination and driving progress in pharmacy practice and alternative medicine.

  • Editor in Chief: Dr. Sarah Vugigi

  • ISSN: 3005-6306

  • Publication Frequency: Continuous 

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Why us?

Open Access

The African Journal of Pharmacy and Alternative Medicine is firmly committed to the principles of open access (OA) publishing. As a staunch advocate of OA, the journal ensures that every research article published within its pages is freely available and accessible to readers worldwide. This unwavering commitment to open access facilitates the unrestricted dissemination of valuable scientific knowledge to a global audience.

By embracing the open access model, AJPAM removes barriers to information, enabling researchers, academics, and practitioners from diverse backgrounds and geographical locations to freely access and benefit from the latest advancements in pharmacy and alternative medicine. This inclusive approach fosters collaboration, accelerates innovation, and promotes the exchange of ideas within the scientific community.

Moreover, the open access nature of AJPAM's publications enhances the visibility and impact of published research. By being freely accessible to a wide range of readers, including researchers, policymakers, and healthcare professionals, the journal's articles have the potential to reach a larger audience, thus increasing their influence and contribution to the field.

AJPAM's dedication to open access publishing aligns with the global movement towards democratizing knowledge and ensuring equal opportunities for scholarly engagement. This commitment empowers researchers and facilitates the progress of pharmacy and alternative medicine by enabling the seamless flow of information, collaboration, and the development of evidence-based practices.

By embracing open access principles, AJPAM continues to play a pivotal role in advancing scientific knowledge, fostering interdisciplinary collaborations, and driving positive change in the field of pharmacy and alternative medicine.

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At the African Journal of Pharmacy and Alternative Medicine, we are dedicated to serving the scientific community with excellence. To ensure the highest quality of published research, we employ a rigorous double-blind peer-review process. This means that all submitted manuscripts undergo thorough evaluation by esteemed experts in the field, who provide valuable feedback and recommendations. Our commitment to maintaining the integrity and credibility of the research we publish drives us to uphold the highest standards in peer review. By engaging in this meticulous and objective review process, we aim to foster scholarly discourse and contribute to the advancement of pharmaceutical and alternative medicine knowledge.

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The journal is indexed and abstracted in CNKI Scholar, crossref, NSD, Google Scholar. Ulrich Periodicals.

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African Journal of Pharmacy and Alternative Medicine welcomes original research articles and charges a publication fee of USD$150 for non-members and USD$100 for members.

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Current Issue

Vol. 2 No. 1 (2023): African Journal of Pharmacy and Alternative Medicine

The African Journal of Pharmacy and Alternative Medicine (AJPAM) is a reputable scholarly publication dedicated to advancing pharmaceutical and alternative medicine research, knowledge, and practice within the African continent. Established to address the unique healthcare challenges and opportunities in Africa, AJPAM serves as a vital platform for academics, researchers, and healthcare professionals. AJPAM features a wide range of articles, including original research papers, reviews, case studies, and editorials, encompassing various aspects of pharmaceutical sciences and alternative medicine practices. These topics span from drug discovery and development, pharmaceutical formulation, pharmacology, and pharmacokinetics, to the exploration of traditional and complementary healing methods used across diverse African cultures. This journal plays a crucial role in disseminating evidence-based information that can guide healthcare policies and improve patient outcomes, while also promoting the preservation and integration of traditional healing practices into modern healthcare systems. AJPAM maintains high editorial standards, employing peer-review processes to ensure the quality and reliability of the published content.

Published: 2023-10-14

Pharmacognosy & Complementary Medicine

Pharmaceutics & Pharmaceutical Chemistry

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