Foundation in Pharmacy Practice by Ben J., Ph.D. Whalley, Kate E., Ph.D. Fletcher, Sam E.

By Ben J., Ph.D. Whalley, Kate E., Ph.D. Fletcher, Sam E. Weston, Rachel L., Ph.D. Howard, Calre F., Ph.D. Rawlinson

This is often an introductory review to pharmacy practice.This introductory evaluate to pharmacy perform is key for first yr undergraduate scholars, offering an outline of the important pharmacy perform themes in a pragmatic and succinct demeanour. The textual content offers a place to begin for extra research and is facilitated via standard signposting and referencing to express texts. an invaluable and simply navigated word list of reference phrases is additionally included.Additional e-learning assets are supplied together with workshops on legislations and ethics, SOPs and conversation and several other dishing out practicals.

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In this system, pharmacists go home at the end of the working day, but hospital staff can contact the pharmacist for advice via a pager. There is usually an ‘emergency drug cupboard’ at the hospital that contains drugs that are not available elsewhere in the hospital and that nurses and doctors can access out of hours. A residency service offers a similar level of service to that available during the working day; an ‘emergency only’ service offers help and supply of drugs only when it is vital that there is no delay in treatment.

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33 The future of hospital pharmacy . . . . 41 The structure of a typical hospital pharmacy department . . . . . . . 34 Clinical pharmacy . . . . . . . . . 36 Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 References. . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Useful resources. . . . . . . . . . 41 Teaching . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Introduction This chapter introduces hospital pharmacy and describes the roles of the pharmacist and other pharmacy staff within the hospital setting, clinical pharmacy (the role of the pharmacist and other pharmacy staff on hospital wards), the specialities that pharmacists can work in within hospital pharmacy and future developments for hospital pharmacy.

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