Developing Clinical Practice Skills for Pharmacists
Caring leads to better patient care. Patients and their families become guest lecturers in this compendium of real-life case studies specifically designed to teach all-important clinical skills systematically. Developing Clinical Practice Skills for Pharmacists helps student pharmacists gain the insight they need to cultivate informed, compassionate, and effective patient care. Various clinical skills are illustrated through genuine pharmacy practice settings that underscore the essential, patient-centered role of today's pharmacist. This is the first text to teach clinical skills using real life cases. Students gain greater understanding and develop stronger skills to help avert medical errors and foster better outcomes. Answer guides, additional instructional materials, and detailed examples of forms and instruments make this text a valuable tool for establishing effective patient-pharmacist relationships.
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