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WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP TO DEVELOP AND DELIVER EFFECTIVE MEDICINES MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP TO DEVELOP AND DELIVER EFFECTIVE MEDICINES MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS


Edited by Mahesh Sodha and Soraya Dhillon Non-medical Prescribing is an essential new guide designed to ensure confident prescribing in specialist areas. The need for this text stems from the necessity to develop non-medical prescribing in practice. It will be an indispensable resource for all non-medical prescribers including nurses, pharmacists, optometrists, physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals who desire to become supplementary or independent prescribers in their field. The book is divided into two comprehensive sections and provides an overview of non-medical prescribing by healthcare professionals other than doctors. In addition to providing background information on history and prescriber insights and reflections, it includes: ● competencies needed (including RPSGB guidelines) ● the moral aspects of prescribing ● nine specialist clinical topics from prescribing in diabetes, through to prescribing in oncology and palliative care ● clinical case studies for support ● sources for more detailed information in areas such as consultation skills.

Mahesh Sodha is Community Pharmacist, Essex and Visiting Fellow at the School of Pharmacy, University of Hertfordshire, UK. Soraya Dhillon is Head at the School of Pharmacy, University of Hertfordshire, UK.

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Maguire and Haslam

Non-medical Prescribing is aimed both at those studying to obtain a prescribing qualification and at those who are qualified and need to develop their practical clinical skills. It is an indispensable guide to the key areas which consider safe and effective prescribing.

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Sunil S Jambhekar and Philip J Breen Basic Pharmacokinetics provides an understanding of the principles of pharmacokinetics and biopharmaceutics. It addresses clearly and concisely how these principles can be applied to achieve successful drug therapy. The application of principles and equations are illustrated with related problem sets and problem solving exercises. Novel features of this text include: ● the use of profiles (sketches of relationships among pharmacokinetic variables and parameters) to help the reader understand pharmacokinetics intuitively ● a set of learning objectives provided at the beginning of each chapter ● a complete review of mathematical tools required to practice pharmacokinetics ● chapters linking dosage form design and physicochemical properties of drugs to pharmacokinetics ● intuitive and physiological approaches to understanding clearance a table of rules for converting between oral, intravenous, loading, and maintenance dosing regimens ● a 3-dimensional representation of pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics ● a chapter including an extensive list of cytochrome P450 and transporter-mediated drug interactions ● a chapter outlining the pharmacokinetics of the latest biotechnology drugs.

Sunil S Jambehkar is Professor and Acting Chair, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, LECOM-Bradenton School of Pharmacy, Florida, USA. Philip J Breen is Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics, College of Pharmacy, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA.

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Jambhekar and Breen

Basic Pharmacokinetics will be an invaluable textbook for undergraduate and graduate students in pharmacy, medicine, and the pharmaceutical sciences. It enables the reader to become adept at solving pharmacokinetic problems arising in drug therapy and to understand the applications and utility of equations in clinical practice.

Basic Pharmacokinetics

Basic Pharmacokinetics

Basic Pharmacokinetics Sunil S Jambhekar and Philip J Breen


Edited by Mahesh Sodha and Soraya Dhillon Non-medical Prescribing offers a holistic and integrated approach to learning, which textbooks often lack. Case studies of increasing complexity tie in the strands of learning from across the pharmacy curriculum. The chapters loosely follow the order of the British National Formulary chapters for ease of use. Each chapter contains five case studies with questions and answers increasing in complexity from those for first year students through to cases designed for fourth year/pre-registration level. Case study scenarios include both community and hospital pharmacy situations as suited to the disease and pharmaceutical care provision.

Mahesh Sodha is Visiting Fellow at the School of Pharmacy, University of Hertfordshire, UK. Soraya Dhillon is Foundation Professor and Head of the School of Pharmacy, University of Hertfordshire, UK.

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Dhillon and Raymond

Primarily aimed at undergraduate pharmacy students and pre-registration pharmacists, this book will also be useful for qualified pharmacists as well as medical students, nurses and others with a professional interest in therapeutics.

Pharmacy Case Studies

Non-medical Prescribing

Non-medical Prescribing Edited by Mahesh Sodha and Soraya Dhillon


Soraya Dhillon and Rebekah Raymond Pharmacy Case Studies offers a holistic and integrated approach to learning, which textbooks often lack. Case studies of increasing complexity tie in the strands of learning from across the pharmacy curriculum. Each chapter contains five case studies with questions and answers increasing in complexity from those for first year students through to cases designed for fourth year/pre-registration level. The chapters loosely follow the order of the British National Formulary chapters for ease of use. Case study scenarios include both community and hospital pharmacy situations as suited to the disease and pharmaceutical care provision. Primarily aimed at undergraduate pharmacy students and pre-registration pharmacists, this book will also be useful for qualified pharmacists as well as medical students, nurses and others with a professional interest in therapeutics.

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Dhillon and Raymond

Soraya Dhillon is Head of School of Pharmacy, University of Hertfordshire, UK. Rebekah Raymond is Visiting Fellow at the School of Pharmacy, University of Hertfordshire, UK.

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