The Encyclopedia of Clinical Pharmacy is a valuable resource for today's clinical pharmacist and pharmacotherapist. Over 200 researchers and practitioners provide ready access to more than 5,000 primary literature citations and hard-to-find research on:
- Gene therapy
- Health service delivery models
- Best practices documents
- Pharmaceutical software development
- Legal controversies, ethical issues, and court rulings
- Drug dosing and electronic prescription
- Post-marketing surveillance
- Generic equivalency
- Quality management procedures
- Educational and training programs
Compiling expertise and recommendations from the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, the Encyclopedia unravels the increasing complexity of pharmacotherapy, the problems of medication-related morbidity and mortality, and the impact that clinically empowered pharmacists have on assuring safe and effective pharmaceutical care for patients.
"…designed to be a dynamic resource that will expand as future events unfurl…as clinical pharmacy continues to evolve, so will the Encyclopedia."
-Robert M. Elenbass, Executive Director, American College of Clinical Pharmacy, and Henri R. Manasse, Jr, Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
"…sure to become a standard."
"…an all-encompassing text….one-of-a-kind, a wealth of knowledge….
"…a compact, easy-to-follow, and easy-to-access tool….recommend[ed]."
-Annals of Pharmacotherapy