Original Research article

An Original Research article is a detailed report of an original research study.

Review article

Review article should be comprehensive, authoritative literature reviews of the subject within the scope of the journal.

Reviews are generally invited but submissions are also welcome.

When evaluating reviews, the editors consider the scope of the manuscript, the outlook for future investigations it offers and how the review adds to the existing literature.

Brief Communication and Method report

Brief Communication and Method reports are short reports of original studies. Short communications are suitable for the presentation of research that extends previously published research, including the reporting of additional controls, novel insights through novel tools and methodology or unique samples, as well as negative results. Authors must clearly acknowledge any work upon which they are building, both published and unpublished.

Case report

These manuscripts are reports of pharmacy-focused or pharmacy-related clinical cases that have educational and scientific value, describe a diagnostic or therapeutic dilemma, suggesting variations in disease processes or between diseases and symptoms, or present an important unreported or unusual adverse reaction. All case report articles should indicate that patient permission for identifiable patient description and photographs to publish was granted from the patients or their guardians.

Authors are encouraged to describe how the Case-report is focused or related to pharmacy, how rare or unusual it is, as well as its educational and/or scientific merits in the covering letter that will accompany the submission of the manuscript.

Case Reports considered for publication undergo external peer review.

Clinical Research article

Different types of Clinical Research Article such as Clinical Trial (Randomized controlled trial & Non-randomized trial), Observational cohort study, Case control study and Cross sectional study are welcome.

Clinical research is research that directly involves a particular person or group of people or that uses materials from humans, such as their behavior or samples of their tissue. A clinical trial is one type of clinical research that follows a pre-defined plan or protocol and prospectively assigns human participants or groups of humans to one or more health-related interventions to evaluate the effects on health outcomes. Interventions include but are not restricted to drugs, cells and other biological products, surgical procedures, radiologic procedures, devices, behavioural treatments, process-of-care changes, preventive care, etc (World Health Organization's (WHO) definition of a clinical trial).

All Clinical researches should indicate the documents codes of ethical committee review and consideration on the presented work and that written informed consent forms from study participants were obtained.

There are guidelines for specific clinical study designs and these manuscripts must adhere to the relevant reporting guidelines for their study design, such as CONSORT for randomized controlled trials, TREND for non-randomized trials, STROBE for descriptive or observational studies and other specialized guidelines as appropriate.

Systematic Review and Meta Analysis

Systematic review is a literature review focused on a research question that tries to identify, appraise, select and synthesize all high quality research evidence relevant to that question. A Meta-analysis is the use of statistical methods to summarize the results of these studies. These manuscripts should be prepared according to PRISMA Guideline.

Letter to Editor

These should be short and include decisive observations related to re-analysis of a previously published article or views expressed in the journal. They should not be as preliminary observations that need a later paper for validation

Letters to the Editor may be edited for clarity or length and may be subject to peer review at the editors' discretion.


Editorials are short essays that usually reflect the views of the editor or the policies of the journal or commentary on current topics or on papers published elsewhere in the issue, and may be written by the editor, a member of the editorial board, or an invited author.


These are concise, focused and opinionated articles on any subject within the journal's scope. These articles are usually related to a current issue, such as recent research findings and are usually requested.

Supplementary Issues:• Reviews of books, journal, congress and other media • Special issues • Scientific news

Supplementary Issues will be on the Reviews of books, Journal, Congress and other media.