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J Low, L Hattingh, K Forrester. Published by Mosby (Elsevier Australia), Nov 2009. ISBN 9780729539166. Contains 200 pages. Price AU$73.76.This book aims to provide readers with a guide to the law that underpins the practice of pharmacy in a practical and reader-friendly manner.It traverses the relevant laws and ethical considerations that govern the obligations of pharmacists, processes and compliance activities, professional standards and practice all against the context of historic events and the evolution of practice of pharmacy, the current issues and the future projections. The book not only provides a comprehensive overview of the laws that govern practice of pharmacy in Australia, it also provides healthcare professionals with summary of the legal environment and legal concepts necessary for the understanding of the relevant laws in order to practice safely and competently. There is a myriad of legislation that governs the manufacture, distribution, and dispensing of medicines. The Australian Pharmacy Law and Practice book provides a useful summary of the obligations of the legislation in the practice of pharmacy and would be a valuable to students, interns and pharmacists.Sanya Ram Senior Tutor: Pharmacy Law & Ethics School of Pharmacy University of Auckland

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J Low, L Hattingh, K Forrester. Published by Mosby (Elsevier Australia), Nov 2009. ISBN 9780729539166. Contains 200 pages. Price AU$73.76.This book aims to provide readers with a guide to the law that underpins the practice of pharmacy in a practical and reader-friendly manner.It traverses the relevant laws and ethical considerations that govern the obligations of pharmacists, processes and compliance activities, professional standards and practice all against the context of historic events and the evolution of practice of pharmacy, the current issues and the future projections. The book not only provides a comprehensive overview of the laws that govern practice of pharmacy in Australia, it also provides healthcare professionals with summary of the legal environment and legal concepts necessary for the understanding of the relevant laws in order to practice safely and competently. There is a myriad of legislation that governs the manufacture, distribution, and dispensing of medicines. The Australian Pharmacy Law and Practice book provides a useful summary of the obligations of the legislation in the practice of pharmacy and would be a valuable to students, interns and pharmacists.Sanya Ram Senior Tutor: Pharmacy Law & Ethics School of Pharmacy University of Auckland

Summary

Abstract

Aim

Method

Results

Conclusion

Author Information

Sanya Ram, Senior Tutor: Pharmacy Law & Ethics, School of Pharmacy, University of Auckland

Acknowledgements

Correspondence

Correspondence Email

Competing Interests

For the PDF of this article,
contact nzmj@nzma.org.nz

View Article PDF

J Low, L Hattingh, K Forrester. Published by Mosby (Elsevier Australia), Nov 2009. ISBN 9780729539166. Contains 200 pages. Price AU$73.76.This book aims to provide readers with a guide to the law that underpins the practice of pharmacy in a practical and reader-friendly manner.It traverses the relevant laws and ethical considerations that govern the obligations of pharmacists, processes and compliance activities, professional standards and practice all against the context of historic events and the evolution of practice of pharmacy, the current issues and the future projections. The book not only provides a comprehensive overview of the laws that govern practice of pharmacy in Australia, it also provides healthcare professionals with summary of the legal environment and legal concepts necessary for the understanding of the relevant laws in order to practice safely and competently. There is a myriad of legislation that governs the manufacture, distribution, and dispensing of medicines. The Australian Pharmacy Law and Practice book provides a useful summary of the obligations of the legislation in the practice of pharmacy and would be a valuable to students, interns and pharmacists.Sanya Ram Senior Tutor: Pharmacy Law & Ethics School of Pharmacy University of Auckland

Summary

Abstract

Aim

Method

Results

Conclusion

Author Information

Sanya Ram, Senior Tutor: Pharmacy Law & Ethics, School of Pharmacy, University of Auckland

Acknowledgements

Correspondence

Correspondence Email

Competing Interests

Contact diana@nzma.org.nz
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