Pharmaceutical Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Medical - 226 pages
This title describes the extended role of community pharmacists in primary healthcare and presents robust evidence for health benefits from such pharmacy interventions e.g. in smoking cessation advice. Written by primary healthcare experts, this forward thinking new book is essential reading for health policy makers, primary healthcare workers, community pharmacists, and pharmacy undergraduates.
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