Published February 15, 2006
by Pharmaceutical Products Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
The Millis Study Commission on Pharmacy: A Road Map to a Profession's Future is an insightful look at the report and its effects on today’s pharmacy profession. The book chronicles the educational surveys of the twentieth century, reviews the study’s impact on the profession, and then presents “Pharmacists for the Future,” the actual. Worthen (history of pharmacy, University of Cincinnati) examines the effects of the Millis Study Commission's report on today's pharmacy profession. Contributions chronicle the educational surveys of the 20th century and review the study's impact on the profession. The actual report is included. Summary of Concepts, Findings, and Recommendations Footnotes Consultants to the Study Commission on Pharmacy Appendix B. Twentieth-Century Pharmacy Studies Surveys and Conferences Index Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Millis Study Commission on Pharmacy. Pharmacy -- Study and teaching. Millis Study Commission on Pharmacy. New York: Pharmaceutical Products Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Millis Study Commission on Pharmacy. New York: Pharmaceutical Products Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Dennis B Worthen.
Machine generated contents note: Transitions: Changing Emphases in Pharmacy --Education to --Michael C. Shannon 1 --Prelude to the Commission: The Intervening Years --Lawrence C. Weaver, Allen I. White, --and Dennis B. Worthen 25 --New Insights into the Commission --Dennis B. Worthen 63 --Reactions to the Study --Marie A. Abate Looking ahead--the report of the Study Commission on Pharmacy. Millis JS. The findings and recommendations of the Study Commission on Pharmacy are presented. The Commission defined pharmacy as a knowledge system which produces a service. Practitioners in specific areas of pharmacy are considered to possess both common and differentiated Cited by: 8. Most sources attribute the origination of the term "clinical pharmaceutical scientist" to the – Millis Study Commission on Pharmacy (often referred to simply as the "Millis Commission"). The Millis Commission was so-named after Dr. John (Jack) S. Millis, the commission's chairman. The Millis Commission was tasked with examining the Activity sectors: academia, industry, . About MyAccess. If your institution subscribes to this resource, and you don't have a MyAccess Profile, please contact your library's reference desk for information on how to .
(Unit 2) History of Pharmacy. STUDY. PLAY. In the Book of Genesis myrrh was used as an astringent, carminative (flatulence) and protectant. Millis Study Commission on Pharmacy () It was a report for our profession. Called for pharmacists to integrate with the healthcare team. Pharmacy in World War II is a comprehensive history of American pharmacy, both in the military and on the home front, from to The book provides a unique insight into the profession, the practice, and its practitioners through the memories of those who served as pharmacist mates, corpsmen, or civilian pharmacists. 1. Author(s): Worthen,Dennis B; Study Commission on Pharmacy., Pharmacists for the future. Title(s): A road map to a profession's future: the Millis Study Commission on Pharmacy/ edited by Dennis B. Worthen. Country of Publication: Netherlands Publisher: Amsterdam, The Netherlands: . Millis Commission's report in suggested that pharmacists found themselves inadequately prepared in systems analysis and management skills and had deficiencies in communicating with patients, physicians and other healthcare professionals Third type of online pharmacy has drawn the concerns of medical professionals, government.