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Pharmacy Case Studies (Free PDF)


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Pharmacists and healthcare practitioners are required to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the application of therapeutics in clinical practice. Pharmacists must ensure patient safety and achieve desired health outcomes through effective decision-making. The idea of designing these case studies was to meet the needs and challenges of a modern pharmacy undergraduate curriculum which integrates science and practice at the School of Pharmacy, University of Hertfordshire.

Case studies are increasingly used in pharmacy undergraduate as well as postgraduate education. The concept behind the design of these ‘horizontal integration’ case studies is to help students integrate the knowledge gained during their undergraduate and pre-registration study. The book provides case studies of increasing complexity, which tie in the strands of learning from across the pharmacy curriculum through Levels 1 to M. Although the cases are based on UK clinical practice, this book will be invaluable to practitioners who wish to develop their clinical skills.

Content:-
Preface
About the authors
List of contributors
1. Gastrointestinal case studies
2. Cardiovascular case studies
3. Respiratory system case studies
4. Central nervous system case studies
5. Infections case studies
6. Endocrine case studies
7. Obstetrics, gynaecology and UTI case studies
8. Malignant diseases case studies
9. Nutrition and blood case studies
10. Musculoskeletal and joint disease case studies
11. Eyes and ENT case studies
12. Skin case studies
13. Immunology case studies
14. Liver disease case studies
15. Renal disease case studies
16. Paediatrics case studies
17. Care of older people case studies
Index

Author Details
"Soraya Dhillon" MBE, BPharm(Hons), PhD, FRPharmS Foundation Professor and Head of the School of Pharmacy University of Hertfordshire Hatfield, UK.

"Rebekah Raymond" BSc(Hons), DipPharmPrac, MRPharmS Visiting Fellow, School of Pharmacy University of Hertfordshire Hatfield, UK.




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