Evidence-Based Pharmacy

Evidence-Based PharmacyBook Reviews: The concept for this book came from discussions with Dr Muir Gray, formerly Director of Research and Development at the Anglia & Oxford Region NHSE. Much of the inspiration came from working in the extremely fertile environment of the Oxford Pain Research Unit and Bandolier office, headed by Andrew Moore and Henry McQueen.

This multidisciplinary unit is a powerhouse of ideas and developments and the best example of a `can do’ culture that the author knows. Some of the material used in this book has come from Bandolier, much has grown out of the work of the Pain Research Unit over recent years and its pioneering work to develop an evidence base for treatments offered to patients suffering pain.

Knowledge of treatment regimens and medicines is constantly changing and every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of the data included in this text. Readers are strongly advised to corm that information, particularly with regard to drug dosage, is accurate and up to date. The views in this book are those of an individual and do not represent the views of Her Majesty’s Government.

Bibliographical Data of Evidence-Based Pharmacy

Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 63
Author: Phil Wiffen
Year: 2001
Place Published: London, UK
Publisher: CRC Press
Number of Pages: 176
ISBN -10: 1857753844
ISBN-13: 978-1857753844
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