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Social and Behavioral Aspects of Pharmacy Practice evolves around the field of medical sociology, with a more specific focus on the psychosocial aspects of medication use. With updated research findings included, a plethora of cases and theory applications allows the reader to learn modern day, real-time, pharmaceutical concepts. From analyzing perspectives on health behaviors to how pharmacy practice has fully evolved, this book engulfs the reader’s mind and teaches the field from various angles.
Modern Pharmaceutical Industry comprehensively explains the broad range of divisions in the complex pharmaceutical industry. Experts who are active in the field explain their work in a pharmaceutical company. Topics include regulatory affairs, research and development, intellectual property, pricing, marketing, generics, OTC, and more. The range of chapters encompasses a variety of subjects from discovery and formulation to post approval and legal.
Medical Communication in Clinical Contexts is an edited collection designed to show and tell how patient-centered medical communication can be performed in clinical contexts.
Medical Communication in Clinical Contexts contains three primary themes:
Author(s): Mirella Pardee
This workbook is designed to supplement the American Red Cross textbook, Responding to Emergencies Comprehensive First Aid/CPR/AED (2012). The focus of the workbook revolves around three emergency action steps, Check-Call-Care, and meets the 2015 Consensus on Science for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) Guidelines.
Author(s): Christopher Cronin
Written by a practicing forensic psychologist and university professor, Forensic Psychology: An Applied Approach introduces the reader to the practice of forensic psychology. Forensic Psychology offers the reader a broad overview of the many opportunities available to forensic psychologists.
Beginning students often have great difficulty in filtering the pertinent basic elements of neuroanatomy from
reading assignments and lecture material. In addition, the actual process of taking notes may limit classroom
learning. The approach of this text is to secure the fundamentals, limit note taking and enhance class time
The text is specifically prepared to aid the first year chiropractic student in following lectures on the neuroanatomy
of the central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral nervous system (PNS). Clinical applications
Author(s): Anil Walji
Anatomy forms the foundation for clinical medicine and provides the basis for its language, practice and procedures. A sound knowledge of anatomy remains the cornerstone of safe, effective clinical practice.
To fit this vital need, Interactive Clinical Anatomy: A Workbook of Lecture Notes, Illustrations, and Drawings paints a clear picture of the human body through the use of colorful diagrams.
Author(s): Deborah I Craig
Welcome to the Introduction to Athletic Training and Emergency Care in Sports textbook! The focus of this text is to provide you, the reader, with two things: first, a broad understanding of the Athletic Training profession; and second, some basic skills that prepare you to enter an Athletic Training education program if you choose to pursue this wonderful profession. There are many facets to Athletic Training. Thus, this text combines the many facets in as concise of a text as possible.
"Old age is no place for sissies!" exclaimed Bette Davis. This has always been true, but with the challenges of our current society, it has become even more poignant.
Transitions, in and of themselves, are confounding and challenging to navigate! While transitions can be difficult for anyone, for a number of reasons they often pose great problems for older adults within North America.