Founded in 1984, Federal Practitioner® is a monthly peer-reviewed clinical journal serving more than 35,000 physicians, clinical pharmacists, physician assistants, advanced practice nurses, and medical center administrators working within the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense, and the Public Health Service. The journal publishes case reports, clinical review articles, original research, editorials, columns, as well as in-depth profiles of new programs and procedures within the federal health care system. Federal Practitioner® aims to meet the unique needs of those practicing within the federal health care community by keeping the readership apprised of practice guidelines pertinent to treating the nation’s armed forces and veterans and by recognizing the distinct health care perspective these readers possess. In addition, the Federal Practitioner® website (www.fedprac.com) is a robust resource that features monthly digital editions and audiocasts, the digital edition of the Directory of VA and DoD Health Care Facilities, webcasts, special issues and supplements, and web-exclusive content, all with a federal health care perspective. FedPrac also has an established app that features all regular issues, special issues, supplements, and the directory.