English for Pharmacy Writing and Oral Communication

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008 - Foreign Language Study - 411 pages
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This text focuses on developing, improving, enhancing, and mastering the skills needed to communicate clearly and effectively in any pharmacy practice setting, including authentic medical and pharmacy vocabulary, pronunciation, listening comprehension, authentic pharmacist-patient dialogues, idiomatic language, and pharmacy writing. Chapters cover all the major body systems and offer a variety of interactive exercises and instruction to help readers master essential communication skills. Each chapter begins with a quick pre-assessment quiz and ends with a post-asssessment quiz.

A companion Website will include the fully searchable text, electronic flash cards, and audio exercises such as pronunciation, dictation, and pharmacist-patient dialogues.

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Good communications skills are a requirement for all pharmacy practitioners, reducing the risk of costly medication errors and misunderstandings with patients. Read full review

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