The AJP publishes several publications:
1. The Australian Journal of Pharmacy: The AJP is the nation’s longest-running and highest-circulating print publication to the pharmacy sector. It continues, through innovation and quality journalism, to be pharmacists’ trusted source of pharmacy-related news.
The AJP is published monthly (excluding January), and is distributed at the beginning of the month.
The AJP is delivered directly to pharmacists who are members of PDL. PDL is a national professional body for Australian pharmacists that provides Professional Indemnity insurance.
2. The AJP e-mag is published monthly as per the AJP print publication, and is made available at the same time as the AJP print publication, at the beginning of the month.
The AJP e-mag can be accessed by Australian and NZ pharmacists via the AJP website. Pharmacists who are not PDL members can subscribe to the AJP e-mag here.
PDL members can access the AJP e-mag from the members’ section of the PDL website.
PLEASE NOTE: Access to the AJP e-mag requires different login details from the website.
3. The AJP website is ‘News Central’ for pharmacists and the pharmacy sector in general.
It’s where all our stories are housed – some 35 per week – and where we poll our readership on the issues that affect them. For more info about the website including registration, click here.
On the website you can also find the AJP Forum – a secure place for pharmacists to share ideas on the burning topics of the day, many of which are generated by our articles. Access to the Forum requires website registration.
Our growing range of high quality CPD-accredited offerings are also online – including audio – with options to complete CPD activities and print or save certificates of completion. Access to CPD activities requires website registration.
4. The AJP Daily e-newsletter is delivered into your email inbox six days per week, Monday to Saturday inclusive. It is published by the AJP’s team of journalists and expert commentators. It keeps pharmacists connected and up-to-date across the widest range of political, business, regulatory and clinical topics.
PDL owns the Australian Journal of Pharmacy, via its publishing subsidiary APPco.
PDL is a national professional body for Australian pharmacists. Its mission is to lead and represent the pharmacy profession and to advance the professionalism of members. PDL membership includes Professional Liabilities Insurance.
PDL services are backed by an entirely member-owned and elected board of directors and local advisory committees, sourced from a diverse cross-section of experienced pharmacists. PDL has a strong national network in order to best service its valued members with immediate, 24/7 Australia-wide incident support and professional advice for pharmacists. To speak with a PDL professional officer call 1300 854 838 or visit www.pdl.org.au for more information.
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia does not own the AJP; PDL owns the Australian Journal of Pharmacy, via its publishing subsidiary APPco.
While the AJP is owned by PDL, the AJP’s editorial team is wholly independent from PDL, its board and its members.
The AJP is Australia’s leading independent source of pharmacy news, views, education and information. Our team of journalists works hard to offer an unmatched depth of independent coverage around the issues that directly impact pharmacists.
The Australian Journal of Pharmacy is not a peer-reviewed or academic journal. The AJP covers issues that affect the business of pharmacy, together with the latest drug and clinical developments, and new ethical, OTC and complementary medicine products.
The AJP’s CPD education articles are reviewed and accredited by a recognised accrediting organisation.
Pharmacy-related articles can be submitted to the editor, Chris Brooker email@example.com
Submissions should be sent in a Word or Word-compatible file format.
Please include your contact details.
If your article is of interest to the AJP, a member of the editorial team will contact you to discuss the publication process.
The AJP is usually mailed out during the first week of the month. Most people receive their copy by the 15th of the month. Due to discrepancies with Australia Post delivery times, you may wish to contact us after the 20th of the month if you have not received your copy.
The AJP is an 11 month subscription; there is no January Issue.
If you have already subscribed to the AJP Daily, but have not received it, please check your email junk folder. It can take one to seven days for your AJP Daily e-newsletter request to be approved. If you wish to receive the AJP Daily urgently, and have already checked your junk folder, please contact our office to expedite your request.