What is 4CP

4CP stands for 4ClinicalPharmacology; it’s a free email service that brings you a monthly update of published abstracts of original articles, trials and reviews in 4 prominent journals in clinical pharmacology covering PK/PD including therapeutic drug monitoring, education, drug adherence, novel drugs, drug safety and more. It's easy to do and knowledge is for everyone, so sign up now.

/BJCP
Impact factor 3.8
Published on behalf of the British Pharmacological Society, the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology contains papers and reports on all aspects of drug action in humans. It also publishes research on new methods, new drugs and new approaches to treatment. Published by Wiley.
/CPT
Impact factor 6.5
Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics is the flagship journal of the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (ASCPT). Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics (CPT) is the authoritative cross-disciplinary journal in experimental and clinical medicine devoted to publishing advances in the nature, action, efficacy, and evaluation of therapeutics. Published by Wiley.
/Drug%20Safety
Impact factor 3.6
Drug Safety is the premier international journal covering the disciplines of pharmacovigilance, pharmacoepidemiology, benefit-risk assessment and risk management. The journal specializes in definitive reviews on the epidemiology, clinical features, prevention and management of adverse effects of individual drugs and drug classes. Published by Springer.
/Pharmacology%20&%20Therapeutics
Impact factor 10.4
Pharmacology & Therapeutics presents lucid, critical and authoritative reviews of currently important topics in pharmacology. Founded in 1976, Pharmacology & Therapeutics continues to be among the top 10 most cited journals in pharmacology. Published by Elsevier.

Editorial Team 4CP

/J.%20Versmissen<sup>%20MD,%20PhD</sup>
J. Versmissen MD, PhD
J. Versmissen is Editor in Chief of 4CP. She works as an internist-clinical pharmacologist specialized in vascular medicine at the Erasmus University Medical Center.
/L.M.A.%20Favié<sup>%20MSc</sup>
L.M.A. Favié MSc
L.M.A. Favié is editor of 4CP. He is a hospital pharmacist, researcher and resident in clinical pharmacology at the University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht.
/E.%20van%20Leeuwen<sup>%20MD</sup>
E. van Leeuwen MD
E. van Leeuwen is editor of 4CP. She practices as General Practitioner in a community Health Centre in Ghent, Belgium and is a trainee in Clinical Pharmacology. She is a lecturer Clinical Pharmacology to medical students and is linked to the Clinical Pharmacology Unit of the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Ghent, Belgium.
/F.A.%20Berger<sup>%20PharmD</sup>
F.A. Berger PharmD
F.A. Berger is editor of 4CP. She is a PhD candidate at the department of hospital pharmacy and a clinical pharmacologist in training at the Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam.
/L.M.%20Henricks<sup>%20PhD</sup>
L.M. Henricks PhD
L.M. Henricks is editor for 4CP. She works as a resident in clinical chemistry at the Leiden University Medical Center, and is a certified clinical pharmacologist.
/L.A.%20ten%20Berg-Lammers<sup>%20PharmD,%20PhD</sup>
L.A. ten Berg-Lammers PharmD, PhD
L.A. ten Berg-Lammers is editor of 4CP. She works as a hospital pharmacist and qualified person (QP) at Amsterdam UMC, location AMC.
/A.%20Smits<sup>%20MD,%20PhD</sup>
A. Smits MD, PhD
A. Smits is editor of 4CP. She is pediatrician, neonatologist at the University Hospitals Leuven, Belgium, and is certified clinical pharmacologist (NVKFB).
/S.D.%20Krens<sup>PharmD</sup>
S.D. KrensPharmD
S.D. Krens is editor of 4CP. She works as a hospital pharmacist and is a PhD candidate in the field of oncology at the Radboud university medical center in Nijmegen.

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