AJHP launches redesigned website

The redesigned website is part of the AJHP's transition from print to digital.
The redesigned website is part of the AJHP's transition from print to digital. | File photo
The American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy (AJHP) has launched its redesigned website, AJHP.org.
The new website will feature scholarly publications that have been formatted so they can be read on mobile devices. Other newly designed features include easier navigation through articles, collections of content and PubMed-indexed availability, which are ahead-of-print articles.
“The redesigned digital and print AJHP provide powerful platforms for the original research, comprehensive reviews, guidelines, and other healthcare information that drive optimal patient outcomes,” AJHP Editor in Chief Daniel Cobaugh said “With an improved digital presence, we expect to see further increases in ASHP member engagement with AJHP and discovery of the journal’s content.”
The new AJHP.org is representative of the transition from print to digital for the publication. The website’s appearance has been refreshed and its appearance has been streamlined for the combination of improved presentation for its figures, tables and supplemental data. This has been done to give users an experience that is more dynamic while also enhancing the impact of the journal.
The newly updated site also allows users to share content through the ASHP’s online community.
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