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Pharmacy: Barry and Judy Silverman College of Pharmacy guide

Library/information resources for Barry and Judy Silverman College of Pharmacy students, faculty, staff, and preceptors.

Where can I publish for free?

  1. Here is a link to information about no cost NSU publishing agreements with Cambridge and BMJ Case reports Transformative Agreements - Resources for publishing - Library Guides at Nova Southeastern University
  2. NSU has their own journal: IJAHSP -The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences & Practice.  Even though this is not a pharmacy-specific journal, it is peer peer-reviewed, is free to publish in, and there are pharmacy articles in it. Also – from their “Our goal is to help first-time and seasoned authors publish information of relevance to all practitioners. IJAHSP DOAJ link   IJAHSP NSUWorks link
  3. There is also Cureus/Flagship: Medical Scholarly Proceedings It is free to publish but not all articles are peer-reviewed.Supported by NSU and several other Florida colleges, FLAGSHIP: Medical Scholarly Proceedings is committed to enhance the professional development of medical trainees, clinicians and medical educators by publishing state-of-the-art clinical, basic science and medical education research.
  4. Pharmacy Times Submission of Manuscripts (pharmacytimes.com). You can also target these student-run publications – however, this is just a general list.  You would need to match the topic you are writing about with the journal aim and scope.
You can also target these student-run publications – however, this is just a general list.  You would need to match the topic you are writing about with the journal aim and scope:
  • The American Medical Student Research Journal Medical students created The American Medical Student Research Journal to help future physician-scientists develop critical thinking skills to succeed in academia and clinical practice. Medical students, working under the guidance of faculty mentors, author, review, and edit the journal. Articles must have a medical student as the primary author and meet the journal’s standards of excellence in research. The publication has several sections, and most QI articles are published in the humanities section.
  • The Harvard Medical Student Review The Harvard Medical Student Review (HMSR) is student-founded, student-managed, and student-administered, under the guidance of faculty and staff. Its mission is to provide a platform for students to contribute to important issues facing health and medicine through a variety of formats, including scholarly articles, editorials, and original artwork.
  • Harvard Public Health Review The mission of the Harvard Public Health Review (HPHR) is to improve health at the local, national, and international levels. To that end, HPHR publishes content grounded in thoughtful evaluation of evidence and research that addresses issues of health equity.
  • International Journal of Medical Students The International Journal of Medical Students (IJMS) is a peer-reviewed, open-access scientific journal, created to share the research and experiences of medical students worldwide. (IJMS doesn't charge readers or authors)
  • Student BMJ Student BMJ is a monthly international medical journal for students with an interest in medicine. Launched in 1992, the journal publishes articles that have been specially commissioned with medical students in mind. It also features carefully selected articles from the BMJ.
  • The Student Doctor Network