Author: Richard R. Abood,Kimberly A. Burns
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
The best-selling Pharmacy Practice and the Law, Eighth Edition reviews federal law and policy as it applies to and affects the pharmacist's practice.
Author: Laetitia Hattingh,John S. Low,Kim Forrester
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
A new edition of this excellent pharmacy law text, fully updated and unique to the Australian marketplace. Australian Pharmacy Law and Practice 2nd edition is the key law and ethics resource for pharmacists and students. Fully revised and updated, this new edition provides an introduction to contemporary pharmacy practice in Australia, looking at the various laws, policies and standards that govern the profession. Australian Pharmacy Law and Practice 2nd edition features excerpts of the relevant legislation, addressing all the pharmacy laws and regulations Australia’s pharmacists need to know. This updated pharmacy law text also includes a wealth of new content, such as pharmacy-specific case scenarios. Plus, all chapters are clearly mapped to the National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists 2010, which cover aspects of medicine regulation and pharmacy practice. An essential resource in the ever-changing area of pharmacy practice, this new edition of Australian Pharmacy Law and Practice is ideal for both pharmacy students wanting to understand the legal and regulatory implications of pharmacy practice and practicing pharmacists seeking clarification of their position in relation to the state and national legislation and regulation under which they practice. End-of-chapter questions and activities Further reading lists in every chapter State-specific and up-to-date legislation Clear, easy-to-follow layout Additional case study resources on Elsevier’s Evolve portal Case scenarios incorporated throughout chapters. Listing of National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists 2010 covered in each chapter.
Author: Jon Merrills,Jonathan Fisher
Publisher: Academic Press
The fifth edition of Pharmacy Law and Practice provides a straightforward and useable guide for students, practitioners, academics and others interested in pharmacy law and practice in the United Kingdom. This multi-dimensional book includes discussions of socio-political influences on legal developments to provide greater insight to the reader. It clearly sets out the background to regulatory issues together with simple and practical statements of what a pharmacist has to do to obey the law. As in previous editions, this book discusses topics thematically rather than by statute. It is a unique and reader-friendly guide that boils down the complex or difficult language of the law, describes the reasons behind it, and illustrates the application to pharmacy practice. Thoroughly updated to reflect regulatory and legal developments in areas including employment law, online transactions and internet pharmacies, non-medical prescribing and more Takes an intuitive, problem-solving approach and discusses topics thematically rather than by statute to show how all of the larger pieces fit together The electronic version of this book contains valuable links to provide readers with the most current information in a rapidly changing subject area
Author: Douglas J. Pisano
Publisher: CRC Press
This book examines the laws and regulations relating to the practice of pharmacy, and the regulation and control of drugs cosmetics, and medical devices. Most available pharmacy law texts thus far have been written by lawyers and present heavy, dense, legalistic reading that focuses on legal theory. Essentials of Pharmacy Law is written by a practicing pharmacist in clear, accessible, contemporary prose that concentrates on application. This user-friendly text is a compilation and commentary of selected federal laws and regulations pertaining to the general practice of pharmacy in the United States. It covers topics in a simple and concise format. Furthermore, case studies and review questions and a bulleted summary of key points make for easy reading and aid in comprehension. Essentials of Pharmacy Law will be extremely useful to senior pharmacy students preparing for the Multi-State Jurisprudence Exam (NABLEX MJPE). as well as the voluntary Pharmacist Competency Exam offered to practicing pharmacists. It alsoalso serves as a valuable reference for pharmacy students, practicing pharmacists seeking licensure by reciprocity and/or preparing for the MJPE, pharmacy technicians who are in need of a comprehensive update, and other interested healthcare professionals.
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Author: fred weissman
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
The only comprehensive tort law book featuring real-life federal cases for the practicing pharmacist As tort law and tort liability cases, both civil and administrative, continue to increase in the pharmacy practice, now more than ever, it is imperative for students and practitioners to understand the civil liability a pharmacist may face. Between intentional torts, negligence, vicarious liability, defamation, invasion of privacy, and more, practitioners and practitioners-to-be need to grasp the intricacies of the law in this landscape of increased litigation. Pharmacy Practice and Tort Law introduces students not only to the civil action cases related to pharmacy practice, but also provides explanation on how tort rules apply to the facts of a given case. Each type of civil action is described in detail, outlining the elements that must be proven for successful litigation, followed by detailed explanation of actual federal cases and their outcomes, illustrating how a case can be successful or unsuccessful.
Author: Albert I Wertheimer,Delbert Konnor
Your primary source for information on the legal issues of pharmaceutical practice, care, and activity Today’s pharmacist is faced with legal, ethical, and moral concerns in making the transition from traditional pharmacy practice to an expanded role in clinical pharmacy and patient drug management services. Pharmacy Law Desk Reference is a primer on the legal aspects of pharmaceutical practice, providing background on foundational legal concepts, and guidance on the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA), the Controlled Substances Act (CSA), and the Federal Trade Commission. This unique book examines the major topics that impact pharmaceutical care, including professional liability insurance; the need for supportive personnel in pharmacy practice; patent law, trademarks, and copyrights; law and ethics; business law; HIPAA privacy in the pharmacy; electronic prescribing; and medication error reporting. Handy tables, figures, and exhibits make complex information easy to access and understand. The better pharmacists understand the regulatory and legislative framework that shapes their practice, the better they will be able to carry out their responsibilities to patients. Pharmacy Law Desk Reference offers a broad scope on established legal subjects, the current direction of the profession, and important contemporary topics that affect the clinical role of the practicing pharmacist. Each chapter is authored by a nationally recognized authority on one or more aspect of pharmacy law and many of the contributors are active in the American Society of Pharmacy Law. Topics addressed in Pharmacy Law Desk Reference include: telepharmacy collaborative drug therapy management trade secrets and trade secret protection anti-competitive practices the threat of civil and criminal liability the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) FDA inspections consumer protection laws credentialing pharmacy compounding accreditation employment contracts Medicaid and Medicare controlled substance registration and prescription orders forged prescription orders and many more Pharmacy Law Desk Reference is a comprehensive resource on the professional, legal, and contemporary issues in pharmacy practice. It is a primary reference guidebook for pharmacy practitioners, leaders of state and national pharmacists associations, members of state boards of pharmacy, educators and students, and an essential addition to all pharmacy libraries.
Author: Kenneth M. Strandberg
Publisher: CRC Press
As a pharmacy technician you are expected to have a broad knowledge of pharmacy practice and be skilled in the techniques required to order, stock, package, and dispense medications. However, you must also have a working understanding of the laws and regulations that govern the dispensing of medications. While there are excellent books covering pharmacy laws, regulations, and ethics, most are aimed at the university-level pharmacy student. There is no text written specifically for the pharmacy technician. Essentials of Law and Ethics for Pharmacy Technicians fills that niche. It presents the exact amount of information required at a level that is appropriate to a technician's practice and role. This book discusses the many laws and regulations that pharmacy technicians must understand in order to practice in a legal and ethical manner. It presents an overview of the U.S. legal system, reviews the development of current laws and describes in detail the major laws affecting present-day pharmacy practice. Rather than searching through portions of several books, you can now find coverage of all the important legal topics in one source. Written and organized in a concise manner, Essentials of Law and Ethics for Pharmacy Technicians addresses the drug dispensing regulations and ethical issues technicians will encounter in their daily practice.
Author: Ruth Rodgers,Catherine Dewsbury,Andrew Lea
Pharmacy law and ethics, along with the knowledge of drugs and their uses, forms the foundation upon which professional pharmacy practice is built. This FASTtrack book aims to cover key legislation affecting pharmacy and the pharmacist practitioner, including how laws are made, how they come into effect and are enforced
Author: Professor of Pharmacy Practice Thomas J Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University of the Pacific Stockton California Richard R Abood
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
The Sixth Edition of this best-selling text includes updates to account for new legal, regulatory and policy developments. Pharmacy Practice and the Law, Sixth Edition provides background, history and discussion of the law so as to enable the student to not only learn the facts, but to help them understand, apply and critically evaluate the information. The issues covered in this text are discussed in non-legal, easy to understand language. Challenging open-ended discussion questions and edited cases are included in every chapter to facilitate discussion and critical thinking. Citations to all laws, court cases, regulations and other documents are provided. An online instructor s manual is available. Pharmacy Practice and the Law, Sixth Edition, is a useful resource both for teaching the facts of pharmacy law and for stimulating critical thinking issues in pharmacy law."
Author: Jahangir Moini
Publisher: Cengage Learning
LAW AND ETHICS FOR PHARMACY TECHNICIANS, 2nd Edition explores the legal and ethical landscape surrounding pharmacy technician careers today. Interactive and thought-provoking, the text uses case studies to draw you into real-life legal and ethical dilemmas, which enhances critical thinking and broadens your perspectives. Beginning with an overview of liability as it applies to pharmacy technicians, chapters progress through state and federal regulations, ethics in pharmacy practice, HIPAA, workplace safety, and other key topics recommended by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) and the American Society of Health System Pharmacists (ASHP). Engaging features also include end-of-chapter questions, highlighted state regulations, a glossary, and eight in-depth appendices on important topics ranging from Medication Errors to State Boards. More than a text, LAW AND ETHICS FOR PHARMACY TECHNICIANS, 2nd Edition is an essential reference that helps you thrive in your ever-expanding pharmacy technician role and at any stage of your career. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Author: Kenneth M. Strandberg
Publisher: CRC Press
As the practice of modern medicine becomes more and more pharmacology dependent, the role of pharmacy technicians is becoming more complex. This is true in terms of the medications they are required to deliver, as well as the legal responsibilities and ethical considerations that come with administering those medicines. Essentials of Law and Ethics for Pharmacy Technicians, now in its Third Edition, is designed specifically to provide technicians with the legal and ethical information they need to perform their jobs with absolute confidence. It covers all U.S. federal laws regarding pharmacy practice as well as other laws and regulations and their applicability to pharmacy technicians. It also addresses current issues such as herbal medications, privacy laws and rules, and drug pedigree. A unique section on ethics offers extensive discussion points and cases. Appendices provide extensive information on practice regulation in all states. Fully revised to address the latest procedural, ethical, and technological developments in this rapidly changing field, this third edition of a bestseller has been edited for clarity and provides a wealth of new material, including a new appendix on the legal status of electronic transmission of prescriptions. It covers the latest in state and federal regulations pertaining to the administration of new medications, including birth control and the morning-after pill, as well as new regulations on over-the-counter label claims. An essential resource for students and practicing technicians, this reference brings together the information that pharmacy technicians need to practice in a manner that is both legal and ethical. What’s New in this Edition: Updated information on over-the-counter label claims Updated sections on drug samples and the Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act of 2005 New sections on drug pedigrees and United States Pharmacopoeia Chapter 797 Expanded discussion of state rules and ethics regarding dispensing the morning-after pill and birth control medications New appendix on the legal status of electronic transmission of prescriptions Pedagogical Features: Offers end-of-chapter discussion questions and examples Contains a chapter on ethics with discussion points and cases Presents information in an easy-to-read format Comes with a CD-ROM containing PowerPoint slides for classroom use
Author: Gordon E. Appelbe,Joy Wingfield
Publisher: Pharmaceutical Press
This comprehensive text, written by internationally recognised experts in the field, covers the pharmacy undergraduate and pre-registration syllabuses in Great Britain. It will be indispensable to both pharmacy and pre-registration students in their studies, as well as to pharmacists and legislators in Great Britain and worldwide who require knowledge of contemporary British Law relating to medicines and poisons and of development of professional ethics in British pharmacy.
Author: Peter B. Weedle
Publisher: Pharmaceutical Press
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Author: Patricia A. Younger,Aspen Health Law Center
Publisher: Aspen Pub
The Pharmacy Law Answer Book is designed for pharmacy professionals in all practice settings, as well as attorneys, who need quick and authoritative answers to a broad spectrum of questions concerning the numerous legal issues that touch the practice of pharmacy. the answer book also discusses the legal framework and latest developments in areas such as drug utilization review, malpractice, employment, antitrust and pricing, and managed care.
Author: Diane L. Darvey
The pharmacy profession is extensively regulated at both the Federal and State level. Legal requirements and regulations underpin all of the functional areas in which pharmacy technicians perform their duties. In a simple, straightforward style, the Legal Handbook for Pharmacy Technicians teaches pharmacy technicians the essentials on how pharmacy is regulated. Issues such as the role of laws and regulations; regulation of prescription and non-prescription drugs; FDA drug labeling, package inserts, and warnings; state registration and licensing of technicians; and confidentiality and privacy issues are covered in a concise, understandable way. Inside you’ll find detailed information on: Legal and regulatory systems for pharmacy in the U.S. Federal and state laws and regulations for drugs Controlled substance laws and regulations Confidentiality and privacy of patient records and information This guide also includes chapter learning objectives, key points, and chapter review questions and answers to prepare pharmacy technicians for the PTCB exam as well as their daily professional activities.
Author: Don A. Ballington
With this exceptional textbook students gain the necessary knowledge skills and confidence to provide safe and effective care for the patients they will serve in their future careers.Chapter features help students learn all facets of pharmacy practice including: an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of pharmacy technicians in both community and institutional practice settingsa comprehension of the laws regulations and standards that govern pharmacy practicean awareness of medication safety issues in the prescription-filling processknowledge of the equipment supplies prescription order forms and medication labels used in pharmacy practiceinsight into professionalism including effective communication with patients and other healthcare professionals cultural awareness and ethical behaviorIn addition three appendices offer students valuable reference material on: the most commonly prescribed drugsthe top drugs administered in hospitalscommon pharmacy abbreviations and acronymsThe Study Partner CD supports student learning with: Chapter Terms and Flash Cards that help students learn key terminologyMatching Activities that provide students with a fun interactive way to learn chapter contentQuizzes that test studentsa' understanding of important chapter concepts in both practice and reported modesA Link to the Internet Resource Center providing in-depth reference information and additional resourcesNew and Noteworthy Chapter Features: NEW!Practice Tips highlight guidelines pharmacy technicians should follow in the workplace teaching students how to be successful and efficient on the job.NEW! Timely Topics cover important issues and initiatives to heighten students' awareness of the developing technology trends and policies impacting their field.NEW! Reinforcing Your Learning offers 3a5 enrichment activities that strengthen student comprehension of chapter concepts.NEW! Thinking on Your Feet presents real-world scenarios that give students practice handling challenging situations in the workplace.NEW! Acquiring Field Knowledge expands students' understanding of pharmacy practice through Web-based projects.NEW! Sampling the Certification Exam provides students with 10 practice problems that model the test format of the certification exams.Learning Objectives establish clear goals for students as they begin their chapter study helping them focus on the information that is most critical to their success.Key Terms are highlighted and defined to help students better comprehend the language they will use when communicating with patients and other healthcare professionals.Safety Notes alert students to important safety reminders that must be heeded to provide safe and effective patient care.Photographs and Illustrations help students visualize pharmacy procedures medication dosage forms supplies equipment and real-world patient interactions.Tables and Chapter Summaries encapsulate key points of the chapter and offer students beneficial study aids.
Author: Debra Feinberg
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
A concise review of pharmacy law -- ideal for coursework and MPJE® exam prep! This accessible, real-world guide gets you ready for the practice of pharmacy, while giving you the proper training to be compliant with the law. To that end, the book expertly covers relevant laws, rules, and regulations, and it highlights the distinctions between state and federal law where appropriate. In no other reference can you find such a succinct, yet thorough, review of the full range of federal pharmacy laws, including the Controlled Substances Act; the Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act; the new Dietary Supplement Health Education Act; the FDA Modernization Act; and the Medicare Modernization Act. Features: Opening chapter on drug regulation and standards provides you with a practical legal framework for subsequent chapter material Overview of the drug approval process and federal reporting programs Chapter on internet sales and FDA authority to act Coverage of opioid addiction treatment and narcotic treatment programs Comprehensive set of 450+ MPJE(R)-format practice questions and answers A CD-ROM that reprises the practice questions to provide a board-simulating interface
The Drug Industry and Pharmacy Practice in Twenty-three Major Countries of the World
Author: Richard N. Spivey,Albert I. Wertheimer,T. Donald Rucker
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: Business & Economics
A comparative overview of the laws which govern pharmacy services in different countries, the organization of the medical community and health care delivery services, and the involvement of pharmacy practice within the health care delivery system. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.