A 5-year analysis of peer-reviewed journal article publications of pharmacy practice faculty members

Marie Chisholm-Burns, Christina Spivey, Jennifer R. Martin, Christina Wyles, Clara Ehrman, Lauren S. Schlesselman

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Objectives. To evaluate scholarship, as represented by peer-reviewed journal articles, among US pharmacy practice faculty members; contribute evidence that may better inform benchmarking by academic pharmacy practice departments; and examine factors that may be related to publication rates. Methods. Journal articles published by all pharmacy practice faculty members between January 1, 2006, and December 31, 2010, were identified. College and school publication rates were compared based on public vs. private status, being part of a health science campus, having a graduate program, and having doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) faculty members funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Results. Pharmacy practice faculty members published 6,101 articles during the 5-year study period, and a pharmacy practice faculty member was the primary author on 2,698 of the articles. Pharmacy practice faculty members published an average of 0.51 articles per year. Pharmacy colleges and schools affiliated with health science campuses, at public institutions, with NIH-funded PharmD faculty members, and with graduate programs had significantly higher total publication rates compared with those that did not have these characteristics (p<0.006). Conclusion. Pharmacy practice faculty members contributed nearly 6,000 unique publications over the 5-year period studied. However, this reflects a rate of less than 1 publication per faculty member per year, suggesting that a limited number of faculty members produced the majority of publications.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalAmerican journal of pharmaceutical education
Volume76
Issue number7
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StatePublished - Jan 1 2012

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  • Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmaceutics(all)

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A 5-year analysis of peer-reviewed journal article publications of pharmacy practice faculty members. / Chisholm-Burns, Marie; Spivey, Christina; Martin, Jennifer R.; Wyles, Christina; Ehrman, Clara; Schlesselman, Lauren S.

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