Pharmacy Practice Manual: A Guide to the Clinical Experience

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001 - Medical - 816 pages
This fully-revised, portable Second Edition provides pharmacy students with a unique reference source for their introductory clerkship and is the only clinical clerkship manual designed specifically for pharmacy students. This text serves two purposes: it eases the transition from classroom to experiential training (students learn what to expect from the patient care setting and what is expected from them); and it provides quick reference material needed for day-to-day clinical work. Features include: two appendices, covering medical abbreviations and terms/notations, and common anatomic terms; illustrated hints, questions and information on drugs, equipment, and procedures; and new chapters on Overview of Health Care Systems, Home Diagnostic Tests, Documentation of Pharmacy Practice, Over-the-Counter Products, Patient Counseling, Public Health Practices, and Approaches to Evaluating Drug-Related Problems.

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