Medication misuse costs the health care system more than $177 billion and results in more than 200,000 deaths annually,(5) as reported in the Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association.
What does JAPA stand for?
JAPA stands for Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association
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We have 4 other meanings of JAPA in our Acronym Attic
- Just Another Punk
- Juventudes de Accion Popular (Spanish: Youth of Popular Action; political group)
- Jacksonville Alumnae Panhellenic Association (Florida)
- Jane Addams Peace Association (New York, NY)
- Japan Aircraft Pilot Association
- Japan Amatuer Pocket-Billiard Association
- Japan Association for Performance Art
- Japan Association for Planning Administration
- Japan Association for Professionals' Activities
- Journal of Aging and Physical Activity
- Journal of the American Planning Association
- Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association
- Japan and Asia-Pacific (geographic region)
- John Armstrong Performing Arts Center
- Japanese Pacific Climate Study
- Just Always Pray At Night
- Japanese Animation
- Junta Autónoma dos Portos do Barlavento Algarve (Portugal)
- Japan Association of Parasite Control (est. 1955)
- Japan Atomic Power Co.
Samples in periodicals archive:
Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association.
The study, to be published today in the Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, raises the possibility of danger to children.
Gans, PharmD, APhA Executive Vice President, "APhA is pleased that Medscape has chosen to feature editorial content from Pharmacy Today and the Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association on its Web site.
and in the March/April 2000 issue of the Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association states that the Cholestech L.
4, 1997--Prenatal multivitamins containing folic acid manufactured under the Your Life brand and major retailers' private labels by Leiner Health Products consistently pass the USP dissolution test used in an important study on folic acid dissolution published in the July-August issue of the Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association.