This book is designed to teach the content and application of basic patient centered skills for pharmacists.
The chapters of the book are presented in the order of the clinical process steps pharmacists follow to provide patient-centered care.
Each chapter presents core practice knowledge that is complimented with brief case examples to illustrate practical application.
The pharmacist – patient encounter discussions have been expanded to include unique patient situations. Some examples include dealing with the difficult or angry patient, the mental health patient, or those who have cognitive, sensory or motor impairments.