Dale and Appelbe's Pharmacy and Medicines Law
Appelbe, Gordon E; Wingfield, Joy
Edited by Joy Wingfield - Honorary Professor of Pharmacy Law and Ethics, University of Nottingham; Karen Pitchford - Senior Teaching Fellow in Pharmacy Law and Practice, Aston University.
The eleventh edition of this highly popular book is the definitive guide to law relating to pharmacy and medicine practice. It incorporates material from a wide range of well-known individuals in academia, professional and legal practice and has been fully revised in line with current law and regulation.
The contents to this new edition has been significantly reordered and consolidated. Chapters 2–16 now cover all human medicines legislation, including controlled drugs. Chapter 17 covers legislation on animal medicines and a new chapter 18 consolidates the law on poisons, denatured alcohols and chemicals.
The chapter on controlled drugs and the section on poisons have been completely rewritten to make them more accessible. Information on the Falsified Medicines Directive and pharmacovigilance has been added to all relevant chapters and also commentary on the latest standards and guidance from the General Pharmaceutical Council. The chapter on fitness to practise contains new case law and revised procedural protocols.
Dale and Appelbe's Pharmacy and Medicines Law is an invaluable source for pharmacy undergraduates, pre-registration students and pharmacists in all branches of the profession, as well as anyone who requires knowledge of contemporary British law relating to medicines and poisons and pharmacy professional regulation.
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- ISBN 978 0 85711 202 6
- Publishing Jun 2017
234 x 156mm (568pp)
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Dale and Appelbe's Pharmacy and Medicines Law is the definitive guide...