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Journal Coverage in Databases

This table shows where major pharmacy and health sciences education journals are indexed (as of March 2019).

Please note that a lot of pharmacy education research is presented at conferences, rather than in peer-reviewed journals. Embase is a good place to find abstracts of posters and papers presented at conferences.

 

Journal Title

PubMed/ Ovid Medline

Embase

CINAHL

ERIC

Academic Medicine

 

to find pre-1989 articles, search the journal's website.

1989-present

1989-2014

1989-2003

Advances in Health Sciences Education Theory and Practice

(sometimes found under former title, Advances in Health Sciences Education)

1996-present

2001-present

2008-present

2004-present

American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education

 

to find pre-2006 articles, search the journal's website.

2006-present, and selective coverage of earlier years

2006-present, and selective coverage of earlier years

2004-present

1975-2002

BMC Medical Education

2001-present

2001-present

Clinical Teacher

2010-present

2006-2014

Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning

2017-present, and selective coverage of earlier years

2009-present

Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions

2000-present, and selective coverage of earlier years

2007-2013

1988-present

1988-2013

Medical Education

1976-present

1977-present

1998-present

1976-2002

Medical Teacher

2001-present, and selective coverage of earlier years

1979-present

2004-present

1986-2003

Pharmacy Education

2002-present

Teaching and Learning in Medicine

2000-present

2000-present

2000-present

1990-2003

Search Terms for Pharmacy Education

MeSH terms may not be ideal for finding pharmacy education articles. Instead, try combining keywords such as these in Ovid Medline:

  1. pharmacist* or pharmacy
  2. preceptor* or experiential education or practice educator*
  3. 1 and 2

For more tips on database searching, please contact your librarian or see this guide: