The Conscience of a Pharmacist: Essays on Vision and Leadership for a Profession
The Conscience of a Pharmacist; Essays on Vision and Leadership for a Profession is a collection of editorials written by William A. Zellmer. It offers insightful, analytical commentary on topics of contemporary interest to pharmacists and pharmacy students.
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Pharmacy practice leadership
Pharmacists and patient safety
Coping with cost containment pressures
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