This book is a compilation and commentary of selected laws and regulations pertaining to the general practice of pharmacy in the United States. It is designed to be of assistance to practicing pharmacists, those seeking licensure by reciprocity, and other interested healthcare professionals.
Table of Contents
Part I: Introduction to pharmacy law 1. The evolution of pharmacy practice 2. U.S. drug regulation 3. Federal laws and regulations governing pharmacy, pharmacists, and prescriptions 4. DEA registration 5. A pharmacist's liability and the legal issues of OBRA '90 and patient counseling 6. Pharmaceutical care: Our legal and professional strategic plan Part II: Case studies in pharmacy law 7. Case studies Part III: Exam review questions 8. Study questions Part IV: DEA forms
Douglas J. Pisano