2 edition of Drug information in general practice pharmacy. found in the catalog.
Drug information in general practice pharmacy.
Barbara Janice Stewart
by University of Aston in Birmingham. Department of Pharmacy in Birmingham
Written in English
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provides accurate and independent information on more t prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines and natural products. This material is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Data sources include IBM Watson Micromedex (updated 4 May ), Cerner Multum™ (updated 4 May . Books shelved as pharmacy-references: Extemporaneous Formulations for Pediatric, Geriatric, and Special Needs Patients by Rita K. Jew, Handbook of Drug A.
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The Clinical Practice of Drug Information provides information on various resources, approaches to answering drug information requests, evaluating the biomedical literature, study design, statistical concepts, bioinformatics, medication safety, development of medication use policies, medication safety, formulary management, evidence-based medicine, and pharmacy informatics.5/5(2).
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The goal of Drug Information: A Guide for Pharmacists, Sixth Edition is to teach students and practitioners how to effectively research, interpret, evaluate, collate, and disseminate drug information in the most efficient and effective manner possible.
Updated to reflect the realities of today’s practice, the book also addresses important 5/5(1). Clinical Pharmacy Education, Practice and Research offers readers a solid foundation in clinical pharmacy and related sciences through contributions by 83 leading experts in the field from 25 countries.
This book stresses educational approaches that empower pharmacists with patient care and research competencies. All pharmacists should possess the basic drug information skills to meet the demand of their specific practice.
Drug information skills and general pharmacotherapy knowledge are also useful on an administrative level. Drug information and hospital pharmacists take part in the development and maintenance of the hospital formulary : Dixon Thomas, Ivellise Costa de Sousa, David J.
Woods, Ronald A. Herman, Danial E. Baker. In general, drug information resources consist of individual drug monographs that are organized by sections, drug alerts and safety information) and the Red Book (a drug pricing resource).
Patients depend on pharmacy personnel to accurately and quickly answer drug information queries in all pharmacy practice settings.
As pharmacy. 1 Drug information may be patient-specific or developed for a given patient population. 2 Drug information provision has evolved over the last 50 years as focus has shifted to medication safety, advances in pharmacy informatics, evidence-based medicine, formulary management, medication policy development, and new environments of care.
3 With computerized medical records and. An understanding of the legal aspects of drug information (DI) can help practitioners in day-to-day practice, as well as provide some possible ways to protect himself or herself in the legal system.
This chapter is intended to examine legal issues and should not be considered legal advice. Pharmacy is the health science that links medical science with chemistry and it is charged with the discovery, production, control, disposal, safe and effective use of practice of pharmacy requires excellent knowledge of drugs, their mechanism of action, side effects, interactions, mobility and the same time, it requires knowledge of treatment and understanding of Activity sectors: health care, health.
Alumni Access to Library Resources: Pharmacy and Drug Information. Pharmacy and Drug Information are all about medication. Look for names of drugs, how the drugs work, when to use certain drugs, and more.
Consumer Health, Evidence-Based Practice, Pharmacy and Drug Information. What the Image Means (original)Author: Erin Wentz. Covers the entire scope of pharmacy, from the history of pharmacy and ethics to the specifics of industrial pharmacy and pharmacy practice. Other specific areas- manifestations and pathophysiology of diseases, immunology, disease state mgmt., specialization in pharmacy practice, professional communication, various aspects of patient care.
Drug information in lay language for patient education. AHFS Drug Information A set of drug monographs, intended for professional clinicians and pharmacists, independent of commercial or governmental influence, that has its roots as a hospital formulary : Christina Seeger.
Provides and overview of diseases and treatment options in pharmacy practice, clinical pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, pharmacoecnomics and evidence-based medicine.
Includes the latest information in new drugs and new drug approaches to treatment and disease management. Available in print at WB P Author: Jennifer Martin. American Hospital Formulary Service (AHFS) Drug Information, RSA47 or Lexicomp Online.
The Merck index: An encyclopedia of chemicals, drugs, and biologicals, RSM4 Remington, The Science and Practice of Pharmacy, on Reserve RSR44 Compounding. Blommel instructs in pharmacy-related information resources as well as precepts more than pharmacy students in the advanced practice pharmacy experience drug information rotation program.
Both authors are indexed in PubMed, reflecting their articles and studies conducted from the s to present : Carmen Davidson. Drug information references play an important role in pharmacy practice.
In fact, many state boards of pharmacy require that pharmacies maintain current drug information references. Pharmacy practice settings will usually provide at least one resource for pharmacists to utilize when answering drug information questions. Hospital Pharmacy 10 Standard III: Drug Distribution and Control The pharmacy shall be responsible for the procurement, distribution, and control of all drugs used within the institution.
This responsibility extends to drugs and related services provided to ambulatory patients. Policies and procedures governing these functionsFile Size: KB. Table Useful Resources for Common Categories of Drug Information in Drug Information: A Guide for Pharmacists (Malone) can be a good start point.
It lists resources for specific categories of drug information requests. It can be found in Chapter 3 under Tertiary Resources.; National Library of Medicine (NLM)'s tutorial on Searching Drugs or Chemicals in Author: Chris Childs.
The Pharmacy Technician’s Pocket Drug Reference is the first drug information reference designed especially to help pharmacy technicians quickly identify drug products, their uses, and their dosage forms. The drugs included are categorized by generic names, trade names, therapeutic drug classes, general FDA-approvedFile Size: 34KB.
Manual for Pharmacy Technicians Bonnie S. Bachenheimer, PharmD Drug Information Clinical Specialist Advocate Lutheran General Hospital Park Ridge, Illinois F O U R T H E D I T I O N iii. Small and light enough to carry comfortably in a lab coat pocket, the completely revised new edition of The Pharmacy Technician’s Pocket Drug Reference contains the five main pieces of drug information that a pharmacy technician seeks.
For each of the most commonly prescribed drugs—including new to the market since the ninth edition—the book provides generic .Drug information is the provision of written and/or verbal information about drugs and drug therapy in response to a request from other healthcare providing organizations, committees, patients, and public community.
Drug information services refer to the activities undertaken by pharmacists in providing information to drug use.As discussed in greater detail in Module 3 (“Regulatory and Ethical Issues in Veterinary Pharmacy”), pharmacists and pharmacy technicians who provide pharmaceutical care, products, and counseling for non-human patients must keep current on important statutes, regulations, rules, practice acts, and guidance for drug use in those species.