By Shane P. - Pharmacy Management: Essentials For All Practice Settings Pharmacy Management (5/13/12)
Pharmacy Management: Essentials for All Practice Settings is aimed at pharmacy students and provides a well-organized approach to the various aspects of pharmacy management. The real value of the text is likely to come to those students who keep the text on their shelf after graduation. Several chapters could easily prove useful when the new graduate arrives in the workplace. The first section is ...
Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 5/13/12 edition (May 13, 2012)
Amazon Rank: 9302247
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ppropriately titled, "Why Study Management in Pharmacy School?" The 2 chapters here provide the groundwork for the rest of the book. The following 7 sections focus on managing something specific: yourself, operations, people, money, traditional goods and services, value-added services, and risks. Each section has 2 to 5 chapters that cover the topic well. Students should enjoy the consistent format of chapters. Each starts with learning objectives that are primarily written at the knowledge or application level. A "scenario" that breathes life into subjects many students consider boring follows the objectives. After the chapter's material is covered, the author returns to the scenario for conclusions. Professors who teach a management course should find the authors' use of "chapter questions" helpful in guiding student learning. In addition to these preliminary questions, each chapter ends with "questions for further discussion" that could easily be developed into group assignments. Chapters are well referenced and contain useful, easy-to-read tables and figures. The textbook concludes with a section on management applications in the following areas: chain community pharmacy, independent community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, and emerging pharmacy practice settings. Pharmacy Management: Essentials for All Practice Settings provides a good choice to those seeking a textbook for a pharmacy management course. Students will find the book to be a useful tool both in and out of the classroom.