Pharmacy What It Is and How It Works
Essentials of Pharmacy Law
Leadership and Management in Pharmacy Practice
Essentials of Human Physiology for Pharmacy
Pharmacoethics A Problem-Based Approach
By Laurie K. McCorry, Martin M. Zdanowicz, Cynthia Yvon Gonnella
December 27, 2018
Combining two separate textbooks entitled Essentials of Human Physiology for Pharmacy and Essentials of Pathophysiology for Pharmacy into one cohesive volume, this new book seamlessly integrates material related to normal human physiology and pathophysiology into each chapter. Chapters include: ...
By William N. Kelly
February 14, 2018
Now fully updated for its fourth edition, Pharmacy: What It Is and How It Works continues to provide a comprehensive review of all aspects of pharmacy, from the various roles, pathways and settings of pharmacists to information about how pharmacy works within the broader health care system. ...
By Indra K. Reddy, Mansoor A. Khan
September 26, 2003
Accurately calculating medication dosages is a critical element in pharmaceutical care that directly affects optimal patient outcomes. Unfortunately, medication dosage errors happen in pharmacies, in hospitals, or even at home or in homecare settings everyday. In extreme cases, even minor dosage ...
By Douglas J. Pisano
July 29, 2002
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....
By Maria A. Hernandez, Ph.D., Appu Rathinavelu, Ph.D.
February 14, 2006
Intended for use in an introductory pharmacology course, Basic Pharmacology: Understanding Drug Actions and Reactions provides an in-depth discussion of how to apply the chemical and molecular pharmacology concepts, a discussion students need for more advanced study. The textbook introduces the ...
Edited By Andrew M. Peterson, William N. Kelly
December 12, 2014
Over the past years, the changing nature of pharmacy practice has caused many to realize that the practice must not only be managed, but also led. Leadership and Management in Pharmacy Practice discusses a variety of leadership and managerial issues facing pharmacists now and in the future. This ...
By James E. De Muth
April 28, 2014
Building on its best-selling predecessors, Basic Statistics and Pharmaceutical Statistical Applications, Third Edition covers statistical topics most relevant to those in the pharmaceutical industry and pharmacy practice. It focuses on the fundamentals required to understand descriptive and ...
By Mohsen A. Hedaya
February 09, 2012
Knowledge of pharmacokinetics is critical to understanding the absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of drugs. It is therefore vital to those engaged in the discovery, development, and preclinical and clinical evaluation of drugs, as well as practitioners involved in the clinical use ...
By Kenneth M. Strandberg
July 26, 2011
As the practice of modern medicine becomes more and more pharmacology dependent, the role of pharmacy technicians is becoming more complex. This is true in terms of the medications they are required to deliver, as well as the legal responsibilities and ethical considerations that come with ...
By Laurie Kelly McCorry
July 25, 2008
A firm grasp of the functions of living organisms is one of the most important prerequisites to pharmacy study. The long-awaited second edition of Essentials of Human Physiology presents concepts in physiology in a way that prepares students for their subsequent study of pathophysiology, ...
By David A. Gettman, Dean Arneson
April 29, 2003
Due to the changing nature of the practice of pharmacy, today's pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists, and researchers are faced with an increasing amount of ethical dilemmas. Pharmacoethics: A Problem Based Approach not only introduces the current ethical issues, it also provides decision making ...
By William N. Tindall, Marsha K. Millonig
October 29, 2002
Pharmacy is the nation's third largest health profession, with nearly 200,000 licensed pharmacists in the United States and 125,000 practicing in community pharmacies. It is in community settings where pharmaceutical care will be judged, accepted, and ultimately paid for. Pharmaceutical Care: ...