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A How-To Guide for Students, Residents,
and New Practitioners
ROSALYN PADIYARA VELLURATTIL
Pharmacy Research: A How-To Guide for Students, Residents, and New Practitioners provides
an introduction to research methods and a foundation upon which individual research
practices can be built. It includes tools for research training and cultivation, an area
emphasized by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.
* Simple, step-by-step approach to and practical advice on completing a pharmacy-based
APhA Member: $19.95
2015 * 100 pages * Softcover
* First seven chapters detail each phase of the research process, from selecting a topic to
preparing a manuscript for publication.
* Final three chapters provide personal reflections from mentors, student pharmacists, and
residents about the nature of mentor-mentee relationships and the impact of research.
* Eleven appendices contain exercises, charts, downloadable templates, and examples.
* Students, new graduates, residents, and any practitioners needing basic training in research
fundamentals will find this a valuable resource.
Building Core Competencies in Pharmacy Informatics
BRENT I. FOX, MARGARET RYMAN THROWER, AND BILL G. FELKEY
The strength of the book is that it is holistic in its approach. It covers the various types of
systems used in electronic medicines management and also the basic technologies that
support them. Significantly, it aims to explore the use of pharmacy IT in the context of
professional practice, not as a technical discipline.
The Pharmaceutical Journal, 2011
Informatics plays a critical role in a safe and efficacious medication use process. Building
Core Competencies in Pharmacy Informatics is designed to provide student pharmacists
with the knowledge and competencies required to utilize informatics in the practice of
pharmacy. The book addresses the following Informatics Competencies required of PharmD
APhA Member: $42.95
2010 * 507 pages * Softcover
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* Store, retrieve, and analyze health information.
* Optimize the medication prescribing/ordering process.
* Aid in clinical decision-making.
* Automate the medication delivery process.
* Facilitate pharmacy management.
* Chapter authors are experts in their fields.
* Organization helps conceptualize and identify technologies where they are used in the
medication use process.
* Built upon ACPE and consensus-based competencies.
* Designed for PharmD students.
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