Pharmacy Practice for Technicians

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Cengage Learning, Oct 2, 2008 - Medical - 576 pages
The classic book for the pharmacy technicians, Durgin and Hanan's Pharmacy Practice for Technicians, continues to be the leader in the pharmacy technology field. This new edition places more emphasis on the role the pharmacy technician plays in both institutional and community pharmacies. The duties and responsibilities of the pharmacy technician are expanding as the field of pharmacy grows and adapts to consumer demands. These new competencies are defined and explained, making the pharmacy technician fully prepared for the challenges of a career in the pharmacology industry.
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Contents

Overview of Health Care
1
The Profession of Pharmacy
77
Professional Aspects of Pharmacy Technology
161
Clinical Aspects of Pharmacy Technology
399
Administrative Aspects of Pharmacy Technology
474
Appendix
579
Glossary
589
Index
609
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About the author (2008)

Jane M. Durgin, CIJ, R.Ph., R.N., M.S., Ed. D. was a Professor of Pharmacy Administration at the St. John's University College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences, Jamaica, NY.

Zachary I. Hanan, RPh, M.S., FASCP, FASHP was the Director of Pharmaceutical Services at Mercy Medical Center for over 30 years and an Associate Adjunct Professor at St. John's University College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences.

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