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Pharmacists talking with patients

a guide to patient counseling

by Melanie J. Rantucci

  • 57 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pharmacist and patient,
  • Health counseling,
  • Communication in pharmacy,
  • Pharmacy -- methods,
  • Counseling -- methods,
  • Pharmaceutical Services

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMelanie J. Rantucci.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRS56 .R36 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3416109M
    ISBN 100781763304
    LC Control Number2005032336

    VitalSource e-Book for Pharmacists Talking with Patients: A Guide to Patient Counseling. Barbara Lacher ISBN/ISSN. Publication Date. Octo Availability. IN STOCK $ Pharmacists Talking with Patients, Second Edition is a complete introduction to patient counseling for pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists/5(5).

    Pharmacists Talking with Patients, Second Edition is a complete introduction to patient counseling for pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists. In an easy-to-understand style that's a pleasure to read, the author outlines various ways of incorporating effective patient counseling into pharmacy practice and gives specific recommendations for developing strong counseling techniques. Hospital pharmacists interact with nurses and physicians in their positions. Often, they do not work directly with the patient, but rather with the other health care providers to optimize the patient’s therapy. In some hospitals, however, there are opportunities for pharmacists to see patients by rounding with physicians and nurses.

    Pharmacists Talking with Patients: A Guide to Patient Counseling, Second Edition Melanie J. Rantucci, BScPhm, MScPhm, PhD. Pharmacists and patients bring to education and counseling sessions their own perceptions of their roles and responsibil-ities. For the experience to be effective, the pharmacist and patient need to come to a common understanding about their respective roles and responsibilities. It may be necessary to clarify for patients that pharmacists have.


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Pharmacists Talking with Patients, Second Edition is a complete introduction to patient counseling for pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists. In an easy-to-understand style that's a pleasure to read, the author outlines various ways of incorporating effective patient counseling into pharmacy practice and gives specific recommendations for developing strong counseling by:   In an easy-to-understand style that's a pleasure to read, the author outlines various ways of incorporating effective patient counseling into pharmacy practice and gives specific recommendations for developing strong counselin Pharmacists Talking with Patients, Second Edition is a complete introduction to patient counseling for pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists/5(5).

Pharmacists Talking with Patients, Second Edition is a complete introduction to patient counseling for pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists.4/5(2). Purpose: The purpose is to make pharmacists and students more effective and efficient patient counselors.

The book can be used by new and more experienced pharmacists and should help anyone desiring to be better at Pharmacists talking with patients book communication. The author certainly met her objectives and has done a very good job of doing : $ Pharmacists talking with patients by Melanie J. Rantucci,Williams & Wilkins edition, in English - 1st by: "The social skills of today's pharmacists play an increasing role as greater emphasis is placed on pharmacist-patient interaction.

Whether you are a pharmacy student or a practicing professional, with this concise and easy-to-read text you can acquire the valuable skills and techniques needed to become an effective patient counselor." "This Second Edition explores a broad range of theoretical. Pharmacists Talking with Patients by Melanie J.

Rantucci,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Pharmacists talking with patients: a guide to patient counseling / Melanie J. Rantucci. RS 56 R36 Using the pharmaceutical literature / edited by Sharon Srodin. Pharmacists Talking with Patients, Second Edition is a complete introduction to patient counseling for pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists.

This benefits the pharmacist–patient relationship in 2 important ways. First, it reduces distractions, as you are less likely to be interrupted by other patients or coworkers. In the case of patient counseling, patients are less likely to be distracted by the pharmacy’s bustle.

Second, it allows privacy. Corpus ID: Pharmacists Talking with Patients: A Guide to Patient Counseling @inproceedings{RantucciPharmacistsTW, title={Pharmacists Talking with Patients: A Guide to Patient Counseling}, author={Melanie J.

Rantucci}, year={} }. Instructor Resources The social skills of today's pharmacists play an increasing role as greater emphasis is placed on pharmacist-patient interaction. With this concise and easy-to-read text, you can help your students acquire the valuable skills and techniques they will need to become effective patient counselors.

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Pharmacists Talking with Patients, Second Edition outlines various ways of incorporating effective patient counselling into pharmacy practice and gives specific recommendations for developing strong counselling techniques. Appendices contain suggested patient counselling dialogues and sample forms.

This edition includes new. Dialogue: Giving a Prescription. Patient: what about the problems I've been having sleeping. Doctor: I'm going to give you a prescription for some medicine to help you get a better night's sleep.

Patient: Thank you, doctor. Doctor: Here, you can get this prescription at any pharmacy. Patient: How often should I take the medicine.

Doctor: Just take one pill about 30 minutes before you go. Show synopsis Pharmacists Talking with Patients, Second Edition is a complete introduction to patient counseling for pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists.3/5(1).

The author provides an introduction to patient counselling for pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists. She outlines the various ways of incorporating effective patient counselling into pharmacy practice and gives specific recommendations for developing strong counselling techniques.

Pharmacists Talking with Patients: A Guide to Patient Counseling (LWW in Touch ~ PDF M2HEXH0A3B Pharmacists Talking with Patients: A Guide to Patient Counseling (LWW in Touch Series) By Rantucci BScPharm MScPharmAd PhD, Melanie J.

LWW. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. *DELIVERED business days after shipping** BRAND-NEW. **DELIVERED. The book presents several techniques for how practitioners might respond to better communicate with patients and increase their interest in taking a medication.

While the suggested responses guide practitioners on how they might respond to a patient's conflicts about medication use, many of them are long, awkward, and difficult to apply in. Share this book. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest.

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