Annals of Pharmacotherapy and CPT provided the greatest number of citations, with over 20,000 each, while the AJHP and Pharmacotherapy both provided 15,000-16,000 citations.
AJHP and CJHP both cited a slightly lower percentage of journal articles (77%-80%) and a correspondingly higher percentage of miscellaneous, books, and government documents.
AJHP and CJHP had a larger gray literature component, with 16% in AJHP and 18% in CJHP.
CPT and AJHP were the only two to have their own journal as the number one cited journal.
("Pharmacotherapy"[Journal] OR "Journal of the American Pharmacists Association: JAPhA"[Journal] OR "The Annals of Pharmacotherapy"[Journal] OR "American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy: AJHP
: official journal of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists"[Journal] OR "The Consultant Pharmacist: the Journal of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists"[Journal] AND Randomized Controlled Trial[Publication Type]) AND ("2009/01/01"[PDAT] : "2011/12/31"[PDAT])
Health promotion and behavior change strategies are stressed in the American Journal of Health Promotion (AJHP, 2003) and the American Journal of Health Behavior (AJHB, 2003) encourages descriptions of multidisciplinary programs and factors that influence health behavior.
In some journals, special sections are set aside for specific types of research (AJHP, AJHS) or health policy issues (AJPH).