Road Map to a Profession's Future: The Millis Commission on Pharmacy / Edition 1

Road Map to a Profession's Future: The Millis Commission on Pharmacy / Edition 1

by Dennis Worthen
     
 

From 1973 through 1975, The Millis Study Commission on Pharmacy worked to develop a vision of what pharmacists of the future should be. The commission saw the future of pharmacy as a knowledge system where pharmacists would focus on patients and outcomes rather than on product manipulation and distribution.. "A Road Map to a Profession's Future presents an up-to-date… See more details below

Overview

From 1973 through 1975, The Millis Study Commission on Pharmacy worked to develop a vision of what pharmacists of the future should be. The commission saw the future of pharmacy as a knowledge system where pharmacists would focus on patients and outcomes rather than on product manipulation and distribution.. "A Road Map to a Profession's Future presents an up-to-date appraisal of factors that led to establishment of the commission; an assessment of elements in its deliberations; a discussion of reactions to the study; and an application of its recommendations. This book also includes a complete reprinting of the commission's seminal report, Pharmacists for the Future.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9789056996505
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
04/01/1999
Edition description:
BOOK&MAP
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.91(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Editor's Note
About the Authors
Transitions: Changing Emphases in Pharmacy Education 1946 to 19761
Prelude to the Commission: The Intervening Years25
New Insights into the Commission63
Reactions to the Study87
Millis Applied: The Minnesota Program105
Addendum 1The Kellogg Program115
App. APharmacists for the Future131
App. BTwentieth Century Pharmacy Studies267
Index273

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