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Introduction to hospital and health-system pharmacy practice.


Introduction to hospital and health-system pharmacy practice.

Ed. by David A. Holdford and Thomas R. Brown.



404 pages




Written for pharmacy students and practitioners, this text overviews hospital and health-system pharmacy practice, including legal and regulatory issues, medication safety, informatics, managing medication use and distribution, using technology, budgeting and finance responsibilities, administering and prepping sterile products, managing people, and career training. Holdford (pharmacotherapy and outcomes science, Virginia Commonwealth U.) and Brown (U. of Mississippi School of Pharmacy) base many of the chapters on the Handbook of Institutional Pharmacy Practice, with new content focused on student needs and current practice. The 19 chapters are by US institutional pharmacy practice specialists.

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Date:Dec 1, 2010
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