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The oxford Handbook of clinical Pharmacy
Edited by Phillip wiffen, Marc Mitchell, Melanie snelling, Nicola stoner
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The oxford Handbook of clinical Pharmacy 3rd edition is one new and improved series of the oxford handbooks. This book is essential to hang on to for every Pharmacy students and Medical students who wishes to specialize pharamacology in their time. This book is best for board exam reviews too because you can take it anywhere with you. A must read for all drug enthusiasts.
Comementing the guidelines in the British National formulary, the 3rd edition of the oxford handbook of clinical pharamcy remains the indispensable guide to clinical pharamcy, providing all the information needed for practicing and students pharmacist and hospital pharmacists.
It present handy practical guidance in a quick reference, bullet point format to give the reader the knowledge and confidence needed to provide a clinical pharamcy service. Including key information on controlled drugs, adverse drug reactions, interactions, communications skills, and confidentiality, this extensively revised addition to the bestselling oxford handbook series is the fundamental pharmacy reference tool..
Oxford handbook of clinical pharmacy pdf 3rd edition is an important and well written contribution to the oxford handbook series and will prove useful, especially for those pharamcists and students developing skills and knowledge in patients – orientated pharamcy ( British Journal of Clinical Pharamacology )
I would thoroughly recommend this text for purchase by students and practicing pharamcist alike. (The Pharmaceutical Journal)
For both the newly qualified and the more experience pharamcist, in hospital or community, this reasonably priced and useful compilation, light in weight but durably bound, should find a home alongside the BNF next to the dispensary phone, in the consultation area, on ward rounds or on visits to care homes. (Chemist & Druggist)
About the Author
Philips Wiffens has been involved in clinical Pharamcy since its inception in the 1970 s. Having setup the Cochrane pain, palliative and supportive care group in 1998, he is now actively involved in chronic pain research and systematic review. Phil is editor in chief of a major hospital Pharamcy journal and is driven by a strong desire to see hospital pharamcists undertaking research and publishing in peer reviewed journals.
Marc Mitchell started his care’er as one of the first residents pharamcists in the UK, and hia career has involved working as clinical pharamcist across a variety of specialities including surgery, neurosciences, renal transplantation medicine, cardiology, intensive care, haematogy and oncology. Marc is currently based at the oxford University hospitals trust, and is still invoved clinically as a non – medical prescriber in oncology, though main role as clinical Pharamcy manager. He continues to be passionate about developing the skills and knowledge of the pharmacy workforce.
Melanie snelling is lead HIV and infectious Diseases Pharmacist for the oxford University Hospitals NHS foundation trust a post she has held since 1993. A non – medical prescriber and with an intrest in coaching for health she especially uses these skills in supporting adherence for patients with HIV. Prior to this role Melanie sprnt three years as assistant region drug information pharamcist for oxford region health authority / during which time she completed an M phil thesis on risk factors for adverse drug reaction. During 2000 and 2001, Melanie worked at Bugando medical centre, a tertiary referral hoapital in Tanzania introducing a basic clinical Pharamcy service to the hospital. She has continued her African connections by training on HIV treatment and care in Uganda and South Africa.
Nicola stoner is consultant cancer pharamacist at oxford University hospitals NHS Fondation trust, and visiting professor at the school of chemistry, food and pharmacy, University of reading. Nicola is responsible for the clinical pharamcy service provision at the oxford cancer & haematology centre and the oxford cencer research centre, with the support of the cancer pharmacy.
Nicola is non-medical prescriber and practies in the multidisplinary colorectal clinic prescribing chemotherapy and supporgive care. Nicola has specialised in cencer since 1990 and completed her PhD in anti-emetics in cencer chemotherapy in 1993. Her areas of expertise include cancer clinical trials, gene therapy, anti-emetics, cancer treatment and supprortive care, electronic chemotherapy prescribing, pharmacist prescribing, patients adherence and pharmacy practice research.
2. Adverse drug reactions and drug interactions
4. Clinical pharmacy skills
5. Clinical trials
6. Controlled drugs
7. Evidence-based medicine
8. Herbal medicines
9. Medical gases
10. Patient management issues
11 Patient-specific issues
12 Pharmaceutical calculations
13 Medicines management
15 Therapy-related issues: gastrointestinal
16 Therapy-related issues: cardiovascular system
17 Therapy-related issues: respiratory system
18 Therapy-related issues: central nervous system
19 Therapy-related issues: infections
20 Therapy-related issues: endocrine
21 Therapy-related issues: obstetrics and gynaecology
22 Therapy-related issues: malignant diseases and immunosuppression
23 Therapy-related issues: nutrition and blood
24 Therapy-relate issues: musculoskeletal
25 Therapy-related issues: skin
26 Therapy-related issues: palliative care
27 Therapy-related issues: miscellaneous
Book’s Name The oxford Handbook of clinical Pharmacy
Author : Philip Wiffen, Marc Mitchell, Melanie Snelling, Nicola Stoner
Edition : 3rd Edition
Size Of PDF : 7 MB
Number of Pages : 737 Pages
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