A Practical Guide to Pharmaceutical Care

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John P. Rovers
American Pharmaceutical Association, 1998 - Medical - 242 pages
Presents a clear definition of pharmaceutical care and how it may be practiced. The book concisely explains all the skills and steps needed to establish a successful pharmaceutical care practice, as well as how to convert a pharmacy to a pharmaceutical care practice. Practical information on creating the time and space to care for patients, interviewing patients and collecting data, evaluating patient information to identify and resolve drug therapy problems, determining and documenting the outcome of patient care, marketing a pharmaceutical care practice, and strategies for reimbursement make this guide a valuable resource for pharmacists and students.

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The Case for Pharmaceutical Care
Identifying Drug Therapy Problems
Patient Data Collection

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Drake University, Des Moines, IA

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