Inside Pharmacy: The Anatomy of a Profession

1st Edition

M. Christine Gosselin, Jack Robbins, Joseph Cupolo

Routledge
Published October 2, 1998
Reference - 134 Pages
ISBN 9781566766791 - CAT# TX66796
Series: Pharmacy Education Series

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Summary

This book traces the evolution of the pharmacist from compounder-dispenser to advisor counselor. It explores the impact on pharmacy of broad sociologic, demographic, and economic trends and examines controversial issues such as professional versus business objectives, managed cost care, coginitive services, pharmaceutical care, and the future roles of pharmacists. Drawing on the literature in sociology and social pathology, the book relates some theoretical constructs to the changing roles of the pharmacist. It includes coverage of pharmaceutical education, disease state management, managed care, and new technologies.

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