FASTtrack: Law and Ethics in Pharmacy Practice
Rodgers, Ruth; Dewsbury, Catherine; Lea, Andrew
Ruth Rodgers - Clinical Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice, Law and Ethics and Catherine Dewsbury - Clinical Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice, Law and Ethics, Medway School of Pharmacy, UK and Andrew Lea - Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice
Are your exams coming up? Are you drowning in textbooks and lecture notes and wondering where to begin? Take the FASTtrack route to study successfully for your examinations.
FASTtrack provides the ultimate lecture notes and is a must-have for all pharmacy undergraduate students wanting to revise and test themselves for forthcoming exams.
Law and Ethics focuses on what pharmacy students really need to know in order to pass exams providing concise, bulleted information, key points, and an all-important self-assessment section which includes MCQs.
Pharmacy law and ethics, along with the knowledge of drugs and their uses, forms the foundation upon which professional pharmacy practice is built. This FASTtrack book aims to cover key legislation affecting pharmacy and the pharmacist practitioner, including how laws are made, how they come into effect and are enforced. It is an invaluable resource either as a study aid or as a companion to the established textbook, Dale and Appelbe's Pharmacy Law and Ethics and Medicines, Ethics and Practice.
Covering all areas of the pharmacy degree, the first titles in the series include:
- Applied Pharmaceutical Practice (based on the textbook of the same name)
- Complementary and Alternative Medicine (based on the textbook of the same name)
- Managing Symptoms in the Pharmacy
- Pharmaceutical Compounding and Dispensing (based on the textbook of the same name)
- Pharmaceutics - Dosage Form and Design
- Pharmaceutics - Drug Delivery and Targeting
- Physical Pharmacy (based on Florence & Attwood's Physicochemical Principles of Pharmacy)
FASTtrack: Law and Ethics in Pharmacy Practice is also available as an eBook.
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2. The Medicines Act 1968
3. Veterinary Medicines Regulations
4. Misuse of Drugs Act 1971
5. Health Acts 1999 and 2006
6. NHS Legislation
7. Other legislation relevant to pharmacy practice
8. Professional registration and regulation
9. Ethics and professionalism
10. Pharmacy practice problems, challenges and dilemmas