|Publishers||R. Narain Publishers & Distributors|
Social Pharmacy Series By RNPD (AS PER PCI ER-2020)
We are pleased to introduce the first edition of “Social Pharmacy” for the First year student of D.Pharm which is in accordance with the newly revised syllabus of Pharmacy council of India. This Social Pharmacy book has been written to help the reader understand and address many of these issues. It is unashamedly written from a pharmacy perspective, although we do hope those from other disciplines will also find it of use. We have made considerable effort to update each chapter and ensure the content is relevant to current practice. In both primary and secondary care the use of medicines is the most common intervention in healthcare. Medicines use, however, is not without risk. Drug selection and prescribing is increasingly complex and demanding, and undertaken as part of a multi-disciplinary process that involves pharmacists, some of whom are now prescribers in their own right, along with doctors, nurses and other members of the healthcare team. All must strive to promote safe, appropriate and cost effective prescribing that respects patient choice and promotes adherence.
Estimated Delivery for Urban Areas 3 to 4 Days
Estimated Delivery for Rural Areas 5 to 7 Days
Table of Content
1. Introduction to Social Pharmacy
2. Preventive Healthcare
3. Nutrition and Health
4. Introduction to Microbiology and Common Microorganisms
5. Introduction to Health System
Multiple Choice Question
Salient features include
- The book is designed to meet the needs of diploma in pharmacy students studying for the very first time in their curriculum.
- Thus complexity of the matter has been avoided with a view that complete course content has to be completed by the student in limited time period.
- The subject matter has been presented in a lucid, comprehensive and systematic manner which is easy to understand and also develops writing ability for students to score good marks in upcoming examination.
- Course content has been divided into topic and in chapters form according to curriculum framed by Pharmacy Council of India.