Drug Information: A Guide for Pharmacists by Patrick M. Malone, Karen L. Kier, John E. Stanovich

By Patrick M. Malone, Karen L. Kier, John E. Stanovich

This recognized advisor teaches pharmacists and pharmacy scholars the right way to extra successfully and successfully learn, interpret, make the most of, manage, and distribute drug details.

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Identify major factors that have influenced the ability of pharmacists to provide medication information. Describe practice opportunities for a medication information specialist. Introduction The provision of medication information is among the most fundamental responsibilities of pharmacists. The information may be either patient specific, as an integral part of pharmaceutical care, or relative to a group of patients, such as in the development of a therapeutic guideline, publishing an electronic newsletter, or updating a website.

The term drug information will be used in these different contexts to describe the beginnings and evolution of this area of practice. Relative to current practice, the term medication information is used in place of drug information to convey the management and use of information on medication therapy and to signify the broader role that all pharmacists take in information provision. , development of policies and procedures on medication use). The term population is frequently used to refer to an aggregation or group of individuals defined by a set of common characteristics.

24 In other cases, a communication to health care professionals may alert them to a particular side effect. 25 This product is still available in the United States. 26 Information on ADRs in patients receiving either medications or dietary supplements is frequently coordinated through an ADR program in a hospital. , hospitals), this initiative is performed by pharmacists, physicians, and other health professionals in a coordinated fashion. The ADR program is most often coordinated by the pharmacy department, and specifically, the drug information center, if available.

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