Pharmacy Practice

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  • 言語 ENG
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Today's pharmaceutical services are patient-oriented rather than drug-oriented. This shift towards patient-centred care comes at a time when healthcare is delivered by an integrated team of health workers. Effective pharmacy practice requires an understanding of the social context within which pharmacy is practised, recognising the particular needs and circumstances of the users of pharmaceutical services and of pharmacy's place within health service provision. Designed for undergraduate and postgraduate pharmacists, Pharmacy Practice provides a background to the social context of pharmacy including: * the development of pharmacy practice * international dimensions of pharmacy practice * health, illness, and medicines use * professional practice * meeting the pharmaceutical care needs of specific populations * measuring and regulating medicines use * research methods, evaluation, audit and clinical governance

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           ix
Contributors xi
Preface xv
Acknowledgements xvii
Part One: The development of pharmacy practice
The historical context of pharmacy 3 (28)
Stuart Anderson
The pharmacy workforce 31 (18)
Karen Hassell
Sue Symonds
Primary and secondary care pharmacy 49 (12)
Catherine Duggan
Part Two: International dimensions of pharmacy
practice
Community pharmacy in Europe 61 (10)
Foppe van Mil
Pharmacy in North America 71 (10)
Joaquima Serradell
Albert Wertheimer
Pharmacy in developing countries 81 (24)
Felicity Smith
Part Three: Health, illness and medicines use
The social context of health and illness 105 (18)
Sarah Nettleton
Inequalities in Health and health care 123 (16)
Mark Exworthy
The supply and consumption of over the 139 (12)
counter drugs
Ian Bates
Promoting health 151 (14)
Alison Blenkinsopp
Claire Anderson
Rhona Panton
Compliance, adherence and concordance 165 (22)
Robert Horne
Part Four: Professional practice
Pharmacy as a profession 187 (16)
Geoffrey Harding
Kevin Taylor
Professional judgement and ethical dilemmas 203 (24)
Richard O'Neill
Effective communication 227 (22)
Norman Morrow
Owen Hargie
Pharmacists and the multidisciplinary health 249 (24)
care team
Christine Bond
Part Five: Meeting the pharmaceutical care
needs of specific populations
Ethnic minorities 273 (16)
Mohamed Aslam
Farheen Jessa
John Wilson
Parents and children 289 (12)
Sally Wyke
Sarah Cunningham-Burley
Jo Vallis
Pregnancy and breastfeeding mothers 301 (12)
Lolkje de Jong-van den Berg
Corinne de Vries
The elderly and their carers 313 (16)
Ruth Goldstein
People with mental health problems 329 (16)
Sally-Anne Francis
Injecting drug users 345 (22)
Janie Sheridan
Trish Shorrock
Part Six: Measuring and regulating medicines use
Pharmacovigilance and pharmacoepidemiology 367 (26)
Corinne de Vries
Lolkje de Jong-van den Berg
Health economics 393 (18)
Hakan Brodin
Part Seven: Research methods
Measurements of health and illness 411 (22)
Sally-Anne Francis
Survey methods 433 (24)
Jill Jesson
Rob Pocock
Interviews 457 (16)
Madeleine Gantley
Focus groups 473 (12)
Felicity Smith
Analysing qualitative data 485 (8)
Geoffrey Harding
Madeleine Gantley
Kevin Taylor
Statistical tests 493 (16)
Nick Barber
Evaluating community pharmacy services 509 (14)
Felicity Smith
Evaluating hospital pharmacy services 523 (14)
Nick Barber
Keith Ridge
Professional audit and clinical governance 537
Carl Martin