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Pharmacy Management of Long-term Medical Conditions


Pharmacy Management of Long-term Medical Conditions shows you how you can use your expertise to improve health outcomes and quality of life for people with LTMCs by ensuring they get the best out of their medicines.

It contains 17 chapters with each chapter focusing on one of the most prevalent long-term medical conditions that you may encounter day-to-day including an overview, diagnosis, pharmacy input, pharmacy review and management/treatment.

Pharmacy Management of Long-term Medical Conditions features useful resources and case studies at the end of each chapter to help bring guidelines to life and into the practice setting.

Written by expert pharmacists in their respective fields, it provides practical information that can be easily implemented in practice to make a difference to patient care and outcomes.

This book is designed to support primary care pharmacists working in community and GP practice pharmacy.


Pharmacy Management of Long-term Medical Conditions

£40.00


RPS MEMBER PRICE £30.00

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  • ISBN 9780857114051
  • Published Mar 2021
  • 370pp

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