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A few words from the editor of European Pharmaceutical Review

12 April 2016  •  Author(s): Caroline Richards, Editor, European Pharmaceutical Review

European Pharmaceutical Review is the leading bi-monthly pharmaceutical magazine covering manufacturing, regulation and drug discovery.

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Caroline Richards

In each issue top pharmaceutical professionals, scientists and academics share their knowledge on a wide range of ‘hot topics’, giving the reader a breadth of insight that is unmatched by other publications. What’s more, it’s free to subscribe and register to receive complimentary copies of European Pharmaceutical Review, and it’s also free to write for us.

Areas we have recently covered include pharmaceutical microbiology (a running theme throughout the year), spectroscopy techniques such as near-infrared, drug delivery technologies and upcoming regulatory trends for 2016. If you’re interested in seeing what else we regularly cover, as well as our plans for the coming year, you can download a publishing schedule from our website: www.europeanpharmaceuticalreview.com/features-schedule.

If you have an idea for an article, or spot a topic on our features schedule that appeals, why not get in touch with the editor? With opportunities to publish your work both in print and online, articles within the print version of the publication are usually around 2,000 words in length, and you may also submit images such as graphs and flow charts that help illustrate your work. Your feature would be complemented by your career biography and photograph, along with those of any co-authors, so you can be sure that your identity and work is disseminated within the pharmaceutical community. Our presence at the most renowned industry events such as Interphex means your article will travel far and wide and reach the hands of those you want it to. This could open doors to a whole host of opportunities. So don’t delay – contact the editor today!

Caroline Richards


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