Harvey A.K. Whitney Award Lectures, 1950-2003 / Edition 1

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Overview

The Harvey A. K. Whitney Lecture Award was established in 1950 by the Michigan Society of Hospital Pharmacists (now the Southeastern Michigan Society of Hospital Pharmacists) to honor the first Chairman of the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists. Responsibility for administration of the Award was accepted by the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists in 1963, and since that time it has been presented annually to honor outstanding contributions to the practice of pharmacy in health systems. The Harvey A. K. Whitney Lecture Award is known as health-system pharmacy's highest honor. The idea of publishing this collection of Harvey A. K. Whitney Lecture Award addresses was largely an outgrowth of the establishment of the Donald E. Francke Memorial Library at the ASHP headquarters building in 1982. The purpose of the Francke Memorial Library is to chronicle the evolution and development of institutional pharmacy in the United States. When the steering committee was formulating plans for the Library, it listed this collection of addresses among the various publications that should be acquired. It is not difficult to understand why this collection came to mind. The men and women who wrote these addresses played prominent roles in the development of hospital pharmacy in this country. Collectively, the addresses constitute a condensed chronicle of this development. They portray the history and culture of institutional pharmacy practice up to the present time.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781585280841
  • Publisher: American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
  • Publication date: 5/1/2004
  • Edition number: 1
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

The Man and the Award vi
Introduction vii
Minimum Standards and the Future (1950) 3
Work by the Side of Work (1951) 9
Background to Progress (1952) 14
Hospital Pharmacy Looks to the Future (1953) 19
The Point-Rating Plan--An Opportunity (1954) 26
Responsibilities of ASHP Affiliated Chapters (1955) 30
Ethical Standards: Professional Conduct and Responsibilities (1956) 38
Hospital Pharmacy--Past, Present, and Future (1957) 52
The Authority of Ideas (1958) 61
What Price Success in Hospital Pharmacy? (1959) 66
Expanding Role of the Hospital Pharmacist as a Member of the Health Team (1960) 76
Goals for Hospital Pharmacists (1961) 83
Where Do We Go from Here? (1962) 92
To Whom Much Is Given (1963) 99
Compatibility of Professional Success and Satisfaction (1964) 107
Quo Vadis 20th Century Hospital Pharmacy? (1965) 111
Lecture unavailable (1966) 117
Drugs and the People (1967) 118
As We Move into History (1968) 126
Form and Substance (1969) 131
Commitment and Involvement (1970) 136
An Added Dimension (1971) 142
On Maturing (1972) 147
Uncle Harvey (1973) 156
A Personal Opinion for Professional Reflection (1974) 165
Enthusiasms (1975) 171
The Peril of Deprofessionalization (1976) 177
Patient Accountability--Pharmacists' Future (1977) 187
The Patient's Pharmacist (1978) 193
Moving towards the 21st Century (1979) 200
Need for a Theoretical Base for Pharmacy Practice (1980) 206
Pseudopharmacy Practice and the Future (1981) 215
Clinical Pharmacy in the 1980s (1982) 229
A 20-20 Vision: Alternative Futures for Hospital Pharmacy (1983) 240
Old Dreams, Young Hopes (1984) 251
Research: Cornerstone of Pharmacy Practice (1985) 260
The Art of Growing Professionally (1986) 270
Intimations on a Profession: Retrospect and Prospect (1987) 275
Leadership in a Clinical Profession (1988) 284
Taking Charge of the Profession (1989) 292
Interdependence in Pharmacy: Risks, Rewards, and Responsibilities (1990) 296
To a New Beginning from Converging Paths (1991) 306
Of Perceived Value (1992) 315
Shifting Pharmacy's Paradigm (1993) 323
We Really Do Care (1994) 331
An Iconoclastic Perspective on Progress in Pharmacy Practice (1995) 337
Searching for the Soul of Pharmacy (1996) 348
Letters from the Edge (1997) 357
The Patient Is Waiting (1998) 366
At Center Stage: Pharmacy in the Next Century (1999) 374
Initiatives for Reducing Medication Errors: The Time Is Now (2000) 383
Pharmacy and the Complexity of Health Care (2001) 392
Prescription for Safety in Health Care (2002) 399
What Will Be Your Legacy? (2003) 409
Index 417
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