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Published January, 2014
By RICE and Peter J. Rice
Publisher: American Pharmaceutical Association
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Provides a highly readable introduction to the science of pharmacology and helps readers organize the way they think about drug action. The first half of the book provides a theoretical framework for understanding drug responses and receptors. The second half provides an overview of types of drugs and their effects.

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£41.00
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Published August, 2009
By Wolfgang A. Ritschel
Publisher: American Pharmaceutical Association
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Dealing with the pharmacokinetic principles and techniques, this title includes chapters such as: Absorption/Transport Mechanisms, Physicochemical and Biological Factors Affecting In Vivo Performance of Drugs, Drug Biotransformation, Excretion and Clearance of Drugs, Pediatric Pharmacokinetics, First-Dose Size in Man, and Pharmacogenetics.

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£65.00
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Published August, 2009
By Louis A. Pagliaro
Publisher: American Pharmaceutical Association
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Drugs and substances of abuse are used both medically and personally for their specific actions on the central nervous system by children, adolescents, and adults across North America. This title includes more than 100 monographs dealing with each of the major drugs and substances of abuse used in North America, ranging from acetone to zopiclone.

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£73.00
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Published September, 2008
By Jody Jacobson Wedret
Publisher: American Pharmaceutical Association
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Helps pharmacy technicians to develop professional communication and management skills critical to the efficient operation of the pharmacy. This title includes dialogues demonstrating communication techniques, problem-solving tips, and coverage of key issues affecting the profession.

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£33.00
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Published August, 2008
By L.Michael Posey
Publisher: American Pharmaceutical Association
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Addresses the origins of the professional of pharmacy, explores the important role technicians play in pharmacy practice, and covers current topics of importance to you. This book covers topics such as: Regulatory Issues; Ethical and Professional Standards of Practice; Career Pathways; Communication Skills; and, Membership Organizations.

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£27.50
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Published January, 2008
By Kimberly Vess Halbur and Duane Halbur
Publisher: American Pharmaceutical Association
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Offers the opportunity for pharmacists and student pharmacists to explore their own cultural background, the health care needs inherent across cultures and to effectively hone communication and competency skills needed to work effectively with patients and other health care providers from diverse cultures.

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£36.00
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Published June, 2007
By Paul J. Setlak
Publisher: American Pharmaceutical Association
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Pharmacy Practice Experiences (PPEs), previously called clerkships or clinical rotations, are a vital part of pharmacy education. But stepping out of the classroom and into the real world of a pharmacy practice experience can be daunting. This work presents a practical resource for student pharmacists about to embark on PPEs.

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£17.00
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Published January, 2007
By David A. Holdford, Robert S. Beardsley and Cynthia J. Boyle
Publisher: American Pharmaceutical Association
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Focuses on developing leadership, professionalism, and advocacy in the field of pharmacy. This book features personal stories, real life dilemmas, and experienced perspectives from leaders in the field which provide career insights and prepare students for their future career.

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£36.00
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Published January, 2007
By David A. Holdford
Publisher: American Pharmaceutical Association
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Includes marketing ideas and techniques that helps pharmacists to build their practices, develop innovative services, and generate business for their employers or organizations. This book includes a chapter titled "Marketing Yourself".

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£47.50
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Published January, 2007
By John P. Rovers and Jay D. Currie
Publisher: American Pharmaceutical Association
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Focuses on student learning of the basic skills needed to provide pharmaceutical care to patients regardless of the practice setting. This text shows the application of the skills through case studies in community pharmacies, hospitals, long-term-care settings, and ambulatory-care settings.

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£42.00
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