Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Number of pages: 570
Dimensions: 246 x 189 mm
Edition: 5th Revised edition
'A great book. Everything is well organised and easy to understand. Covers all topics an undergraduate pharmacy student would need . useful for a practising pharmacist too.'
'This is an excellent introduction to pharmacy practice. It is an excellent read. Very well worth buying if you are a pharmacist or chemist.'
'I'm a final year medical student and found this great for all those learning outcomes that are really difficult to find. Things like details on the yellow card scheme and MHRA that I'd previously spent hours searching for - a concise, clear explanation of can be found here. There are also useful things like consent, capacity, health-behaviour models, prescription writing, controlled drugs and homeopathy information . mops up the learning outcomes that most other books don't cover. I've used it most for the practise drugs calculations as we have formatives on these and end of year OSCEs too!'
'..completely revised to reflect current progress in pharmacy practice the fourth edition of "Pharmaceutical Practice" will be valued by pharmacy teachers, students in addition to practitioners...covers the total pharmacy spectrum. It is a core text for pharmacy practice and dispensing modules of the pharmacy curriculum and will be a companion during the whole pharmacy career starting at the university. I can recommend this textbook to any person either teaching or studying or practicing pharmacy.'
International Society of Pharmaceutical Compounding
'...this book is a useful introduction to the various elements of pharmacy practice and will be valued by pharmacy students and student technicians in addition to practising pharmacists. As a researcher, teacher and practitioner of pharmacy, I am pleased to keep a copy on my own bookshelves.'
The Pharmaceutical Journal