Pharmacy Practice and Administration

Edited by
July 2022
260 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-4730-5 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-4729-9 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Pharmacy Practice and Administration that was published in

Medicine & Pharmacology
Public Health & Healthcare

The scope of the Special Issue is research and reviews on evaluations of current practice, innovations in medication management, developments in therapeutics, and pharmaceutical science research that informs and improves practice and administration, as well as the social and administrative pharmacy. We will mainly feature original research, reviews, short reports, and clinical studies, but also case reports, descriptive/how-to, and commentary submissions for consideration.

  • Hardback
© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
older adults; polypharmacy; internal medicine ward; community pharmacy; drug disposal; unused medication; environment; awareness; practice; ambulatory care facilities; health workforce; pharmacists; Taiwan; Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship (CwPAMS); National Health Service (NHS); Chief Pharmaceutical Officer’s Global Health Fellowship; CPhOGH Fellows; CwPAMS; pharmacy; fellowship; health partnerships; antimicrobial resistance (AMR); global health; leadership; non-prescription medicines; emergency contraception; community pharmacies; information gathering; availability; pricing; mystery calls; ulipristal acetate; levonorgestrel; Germany; e-prescription; prescription writing; Jazan; Saudi Arabia; prescription errors; medicine consumption; defined daily dose; adolescents and young adults; cancer patients; fragility; pain; MUR; medication review; barriers; pharmacist; community pharmacy; pregabalin; abuse; community pharmacists; Saudi Arabia; pain; reproductive health; contraception; emergency contraceptives; patient education; community pharmacists; biosensing technology; digital medicine system; medication adherence; medication event monitoring system; nonadherence; pharmacy; prescription opioids; mortality; standardized mortality ratio; underlying cause of death; prescriptions; community pharmacy services; emergency prescribing; pharmacy practice; pharmacy law and regulation; COVID-19; additional monitoring; black triangle; adverse event reporting; pharmacovigilance; community pharmacy; intervention; older adults; outcomes; systematic review; pharmacy education; decision to study in pharmacy; selecting pharmacy as a first choice; pharmacogenomics; learning activity; pharmacy education; asynchronous learning; virtual learning; student survey; Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly; adverse drug events; medication-related problems; drug-related problems; pharmacists; medication safety; Medicare; Medicaid; financial management; pharmacy management; business; entrepreneurship; pharmacy students; perception; attitudes; ability; interprofessional; simulation; acute care; nursing; pharmacy; students; standardized patients; high fidelity; SPICE-R2