An international journal to promote and publish
Pharmaceutical Policy Research.
Zaheer Babar, PhD
We are glad to inform you that the July 2012
issue of Southern Med Review has been
Volume 5, Issue 1, 2012(1.3MB PDF)
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WHO's Essential Medicines Documentation Database
World and Science" editorial on the Southern Med Review
Southern Med Review: A New Forum to Publish "Local Pharmaceutical Policy in a Global Context" (106.3KB PDF)
We are glad to inform you that the new website of Southern Med Review has been launched.
In developing countries
where health systems and health policy are constantly evolving, there is a great
need to publish informative research. However, there are few avenues to do so due
to, among others, inexperienced or untrained researchers, topics that are out of
the scope of current, mainstream journals, limited funding, etc.
Aims and objectives
Southern Med Review provides a platform for researchers to disseminate commentary
and empirical research findings, with a view to improving the rational use of and
access to essential medicines.
The Southern Med Review is published twice a year from Auckland, New Zealand.
Why publish in Southern Med Review?
The Southern Med Review is an open access, peer reviewed journal and provides
an alternative for emerging researchers to publish their material in a supportive
environment. There is also the opportunity for established research leaders to share
their learning with the rest of the world.
If you have interesting work to share,
please contact the editor: