First published in 1989, Pharmacy Practice is an excellent introduction to healthcare provision and the practice of pharmacy in the UK. The text introduces, in a single volume, key information on the role of pharmaceutical services within the UK healthcare system. This new edition has been completely revised and updated to take account of the changing face of healthcare and pharmacy practice in the UK, changes in the National Health Service, and dealing with total quality management and audit.
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