Pharmacy in Public Health: Basics and Beyond
Pharmacy in Public Health: Basics and Beyond outlines what public health is and why it is so important for today’s pharmacists to know. This practical book covers key areas like the foundations of public health, concepts and tools of policy, and models of public health programs run by pharmacists. It provides pharmacists and pharmacy students all of the tools they need to get started making an impact in their communities. Readers are guided through three sections that progressively build knowledge of concepts, tools, and models of pharmacist participation in public health activities.Be prepared for21st century challenges such as: - Disease prevention- Immunization programs- Public health crises such as Avian Influenza and H1N1 virus- The obesity and diabetes epidemics- Government health programs n Health care reform- Tobacco cessation- And much moreThis publication answers these tough issues and prepares you for public health challenges ahead.
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Models of PharmacistRun Public Health Programs
tobacco control programs
a community pharmacy influenza Vaccination Service
a community health Worker program for Obesity prevention in a minority population
campusbased tuberculosis Service
emergency preparedness planning and response
Domestic Violence prevention improving Services for perpetrators
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