Thinking about prescribing: a handbook for quality use of medicines
-- A general practitioner's companion guide to prescription compendiums and therapeutic guidelines -- provides a general practice perspective on how to achieve the best use of medicines-- Combines a patient-, system-, and drug-centered approach to optimize prescribing for common conditions-- An essential reference for GP's faced with the challenges of keeping up-to-date with the many therapeutic agents available, while keeping focused on existing agents
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