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A guide to the application of health-services research methods in pharmacy practice. The book describes in detail the various techniques that may be used to gather data, such as surveys, interviews and observational studies and their advantages and disadvantages.
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In the context of new directions in pharmacy services, pharmacy practice researchers have an important role in the provision of evidence to support these changing roles: documenting current practice, identifying needs, and evaluating the feasibility and effectiveness of extended services. Research Methods in Pharmacy Practice is an indispensable guide to the application of health services research methods in pharmacy. Drawing on the pharmacy practice research literature, it describes the various approaches and techniques that may be used together with their advantages and disadvantages. It identifies particular challenges that research in pharmacy settings presents and describes ways in which problems have been, and can be, addressed. Research Methods in Pharmacy Practice is essential reading for all engaged in pharmacy practice research. It is designed to provide researchers with tips and suggestions, based on the experience of their colleagues, for ensuring feasible research methodologies that are practicable in pharmacy settings and effective in meeting research objectives. Felicity Smith is a Reader in Pharmacy Practice at the School of Pharmacy, University of London.
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Book Description Pharmaceutical Press, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110853694818