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Nurse Practitioners' Prescribing Reference

Monthly Prescribing reference (MPR) is a comprehensive up-to-date, concise drug reference for office-based primary care physicians to consult when prescribing medications and counseling patients.

Drug listings for 2300 prescription and OTC products are presented in a clear concise format including indications, doses, precautions, interactions and adverse reactions.

Each monthly edition also includes new products, news line stories and numerous updates to the monographs, all of which are written and edited by pharmacists.

Products are organized by therapeutic category. Four useful indexes (brand name, generic name, disease and section) make it easy to find information clinicians need at the point-of-care.

Vital statistics
Launched1985
FrequencyMonthly
Circulation150,013
Contacts at Monthly Prescribing Reference
Drug Information & Product Development
Jenny Ko, Director
Email | Tel +1 646 638 6128
Publishing
Tammy Chernin, SVP
Email | Tel +1 201 799 4831

Nurse Practitioners' Prescribing Reference

The quarterly MPR Hematology/Oncology Edition focuses on more than 1250 product monographs.

It includes prescribing information relevant to cancer and chemotherapy of all hematologic and oncologic agents used at the point of chemotherapeutic intervention and for supportive therapy, including anti-emetics, pain medications, anti-infectives, NSAIDs and laxatives.

Each issue incorporates clinical charts (eg Hematological Reference Values and Emetogenic Potential of Chemotherapy) and Chemotherapy Regimens – a comprehensive table of regimens organised by disease from MPR’s partner ChemoRegimen.com.

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Contacts at MPR Hematology/Oncology Edition
Drug Information & Product Development
Jenny Ko, Director
Email | Tel +1 646 638 6128
Publishing
Tammy Chernin, SVP
Email | Tel +1 201 799 4831

Nurse Practitioners' Prescribing Reference

The MPR Pediatricians' Edition magazine publishes more than 1,500 abbreviated drug monographs, organized into 18 therapeutic sessions, and is considered a leader in the market.

Providing an up-to-date drug guide for commonly prescribed pharmaceutical and OTC products, the MPR Pediatricians' Edition is an invaluable resource to pediatricians.

With easily accessible information packaged in a well-designed and handy format, the magazine is useful to review and consult when prescribing medications in the field.

Drug listings are presented in a clear concise format citing indications, doses, precautions, interactions and adverse reactions facilitating the day-to-day work of the pediatrician.

Vital statistics
Launched1990
Readers26,920
Circulation41,319
Contacts at MPR Pediatricians' Edition
Editorial
Jenny Ko, Director
Email | Tel +1 646 638 6128
Publishing
Tammy Chernin, SVP
Email | Tel +1 201 799 4831

Nurse Practitioners' Prescribing Reference

Publishing 2,300 monographs quarterly, the MPR Pharmacists’ Edition is recognised by many in the pharmaceutical community as a must-read.

The drug reference section contains concise and abbreviated product monographs (OTC & Rx) listing brand and generic name, manufacturer, class, indications, dose, contraindications, precautions, interactions, adverse reactions, how they are supplied, new products and generic availability for community pharmacists.

Although it is a veritable wealth of information, the magazine is not unwieldy and has been designed in such a way that it can be easily referred to in the field.

The magazine also features brand and generic Newsline updates, which detail developments with pharmaceuticals and therapy.

Vital statistics
Launched2007
Circulation59,309
Contacts at MPR Pharmacists' Edition
Editorial
Jenny Ko, Director
Email | Tel +1 646 638 6128
Publishing
Tammy Chernin, SVP
Email | Tel +1 201 799 4831

Nurse Practitioners' Prescribing Reference

Nurse Practitioners’ Prescribing Reference (NPPR) publishes 2,300 high-quality monographs quarterly.

NPPR serves as ready reference for nurse practitioners to consult when considering and prescribing medications.

Each issue provides an easily accessible, up-to-date drug details for commonly prescribed pharmaceuticals and OTC, such as indications, dosage, precautions, interactions, and adverse drug reactions and any information regarding relevant developments in the sector.

Vital statistics
Launched1994
FrequencyQuarterly
Circulation58,541
Contacts at Nurse Practitioners' Prescribing Reference
Editorial
Jenny Ko, Director
Email | Tel +1 646 638 6128
Publishing
Tammy Chernin, SVP
Email | Tel +1 201 799 4831

Physician Assistants’ Prescribing Reference (PAPR) publishes 2,300 high-quality monographs quarterly.

PAPR is the official drug reference of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

Physician Assistants’ Prescribing Reference (PAPR) provides quarterly up-to-date drug information for commonly prescribed pharmaceuticals and OTC products.

Each issue provides an easily accessible reminder of basic information useful to review when prescribing, such as indications, dosage, precautions, interactions, and adverse drug reactions.

New product reviews, newsline, clinical charts (Hypertension Guidelines, Oral Contraceptives etc.), an AAPA Chapters listing, and multiple indexes (brand, generic, therapeutic category) all serve to assist PAs with their daily routine.

Vital statistics
Launched1994
FrequencyQuarterly
Circulation47,897
Contacts at Physician Assistants' Prescribing Reference
Editorial
Jenny Ko, Director
Email | Tel +1 646 638 6128
Publishing
Tammy Chernin, SVP
Email | Tel +1 201 799 4831