A brief introduction to the Evaluation and Analysis of Drug Use in Hospitals of China


the Evaluation and Analysis of Drug Use in Hospitals of China was founded in 2001. Under the charge of China Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Association, sponsored by China Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Association and Cancer Hospital Affiliated to Chongqing University, it is a pharmaceutical academic journal which came into being early in China that evaluates the rational clinical application of drugs and analyzes the use of drugs. It mainly publishes relevant academic papers on Clinical Pharmacodynamics and reflects the clinical use of medical institutions through multi center and large sample drug use evaluation and analysis of medicine, showing achievements of pharmaceutical research, and help medical institutions to use medicine safely, economically and reasonably. The main columns of the magazine include: expert forum, heated topics, treatise, drug evaluation, drug analysis, etc. The journal is now the statistical source journal of China's scientific and Technological Papers (the core journal of China's science and Technology)

Journal of Evaluation and Analysis of Chinese Hospital Drug Use is now a monthly magazine, which has been included in domestic and foreign databases such as Ulrich Journal Guide (online edition), Stephens full text database of the United States, public health database of the United Kingdom, journal catalogue of statistical sources of Chinese scientific and Technological Papers, CNKI, Wanfang Data, etc. The total number of institutional users ordered through CNKI is 3304, distributed in 14 countries and regions, including 444 mainland universities such as China Pharmaceutical University, Tianjin Medical University, Beijing University of traditional Chinese medicine, 115 public libraries such as national library, capital library, Tianjin library, 1927 mainland hospitals, 220 scientific research institutions such as Chinese Academy of Sciences, 12 military medical universities such as the Second Military Medical University and the Fourth, 36 universities in Hongkong, Taiwan and Macao, including the University of Hong Kong, the University of Macau and Taiwan, and 200 international institutions, including Harvard University, Yale University and the National Library of Australia.