Patient-Centered Care for Pharmacists

Patient-Centered Care for Pharmacists

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Patient-centered care is at the heart of today's pharmacy practice, and ASHP's Patient-Centered Care for Pharmacists gets to the heart of the subject. Formerly Developing Clinical Practice Skills for Pharmacists, this revised resource has been redeveloped to compliment the changing emphasis in pharmacy practice to patient-centered care and the contemporary context of healthcare delivery. To understand and treat the whole person and learn to use a realistic approach to time and resources, students must connect their drug science knowledge to actual practice. Useful in multiple courses in multiple levels, Patient Centered Care for Pharmacists is a valuable resource that gives students and teachers alike more for their money. In P1, P2, and P3 courses in areas from clinical skills to communications, students can follow realistic case studies through typical processes to witness patient centered care in action. Strong, well-developed case studies provide insight into today's vital topics: Cultural differences among patients Documentation and health records Patient care plan development Effective patient communicationshow more

Product details

  • Hardback | 336 pages
  • 213.36 x 274.32 x 17.78mm | 748.42g
  • American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
  • Bethesda, United States
  • English
  • 2nd ed.
  • 1585282529
  • 9781585282524
  • 1,852,624

About Kimberly Galt

KIMBERLY A. GALT, PHARM.D., Ph.D., R.Ph., FASHPKimberly is Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Associate Dean for Research and Director of the Creighton Center for Health Services Research and Patient Safety at the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions of Creighton University. She received her pharmacy degree from the University of Michigan and completed her Ph.D. in Qualitative, Quantitative, Psychometric and Mixed Methods from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has developed and managed pharmacist's primary care consultative ambulatory practice sites in the private and Veterans Affairs systems, supervised specialized drug information and clinical pharmacy services, and practiced general hospital, community and long-term care pharmacy. She has extensive research and publishing experience in her career, with more than 60 publications and technical reports for use in translation of research to practice and policy and a funded research record exceeding six million dollars. As a methodologist she focuses on the use of qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods as research methodologies and program evaluation tools applied in health services delivery and research. She is actively conducting research in patient safety with an emphasis on the impact of health information technology. She has held appointments as a member of the Health Information Technology National Resource Center Steering Committee for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and a member of the Health Care Technology and Decision Sciences Study Section, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; served as an expert panel member on AHRQ Panels for Health Center IT, Medication Gap Research, Practice Based Research Network Resource Center, Health IT Demonstration Grant and Planning Grant portfolio; and as a reviewer for the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Galt chaired the Inter-professional Taskforce to Develop a Patient Safety Curriculum for Creighton University involving 18 individuals from a variety of health and professional disciplines resulting in a campus-wide offering to Creighton's students since 2005. MICHAEL A. GALT, M.S., R.Ph., FASHPMichael is Clinical Pharmacist at Coram Infusion Specialty Services. He received his pharmacy degree from North Dakota State University, completed a general pharmacy practice residency at Rush Presbyterian Hospital in Chicago, and his M.S. in Hospital Pharmacy from the University Of Houston College Of Pharmacy with a combined pharmacy practice residency in the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Houston, Texas. He has also completed the ASHP Executive Management Seminar Accrue Level III program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina and the Metabolic Support Services Training Program through St. Mary's of Nazareth, Chicago, Illinois. His prior professional experiences include Director of Pharmacy at the Alegent Health System in Omaha, Nebraska and Assistant Director of Pharmacy Services at St. Luke s Episcopal Hospital in Houston, Texas. He is experienced in managing patient care operations, pharmacy information systems, department budgeting, and coordination of clinical services in acute tertiary care hospitals; and coordinating specialized clinical home care infusion services to patients. He has a unique skill set which combines management and clinical expertise; and is recognized for his ability to implement progressive services and continuous change actions to reduce costs, enhance quality, increase margins and improve customer satisfaction. During his tenure as Director, he established an ASHP Accredited Residency Program, implemented Intensive Care Pharmacy Satellite services; staff pharmacist coordinated Drug Use Evaluation and target drug programs, coordinated the development of clinical ladder programs for pharmacists, justified and implemented pharmacist-based decentralized programs, and developed and implemented specialized clinical services including aminoglycoside and anticoagulation services. Michael is a Past President of the Texas Society of Health System Pharmacists and has served at the national level of ASHP as both a delegate and ASHP Council member."show more

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"Patient-Centered Care for PharmacistsBy Kimberly Galt, PharmD, PhD, RPh, FASHP and Michale A. Galt, MS, RPh, FASHP"MedInfoNow: Doody s Review Services / April 2012 [REVIEWER'S EXPERT OPINION]Jill Suzanne Bates, PharmD, MS(University of North Carolina Hospitals) **Description**This basic introduction to the concept of pharmaceutical care and how to provideit is an update and revision of a 2006 publication, "Developing ClinicalPractice Skills for Pharmacists." **Purpose**The author states the purpose is to provide a basic tool to teach the concepts of patient-centered skills and their application in a stepwise fashion. This is necessary to assist pharmacists across the profession in gaining the skills needed to provide direct patient care. **Audience**The book is written for a general pharmacy audience -- anyone in pharmacy at anylevel who is looking to build basic skills in the area of providing pharmaceutical care or direct patient care. Both authors are experienced pharmacists who at points in their careers have held positions which involved providing direct patient care. **Features**Beginning the book is an overview of the concept of direct patient care and various aspects of this approach that assumes readers do not have any previous knowledge of this topic. The book then describes how to apply these concepts. The refreshing aspect of this book is the use of examples that span a variety of different practice settings, including many inpatient examples. Depictions of pharmacists providing direct patient care in this practice setting are sparse in the current pharmacy literature, which tends to focus heavily on ambulatory pharmacy care. The book has a lot of illustrative examples of documentation and recordkeeping, which is helpful for extrapolating to one's own practice. **Assessment**This is a useful book to begin learning about the concepts of pharmaceutical care and how to apply these concepts to practice. It addresses concepts similar to those discussed in "Pharmaceutical Care Practice: The Clinician's Guide," 2nd edition, Cipolle et al. (McGraw-Hill, 2004.). The preface states that this revision includes a case series addition at the end of each chapter. Various case examples are also inserted into the chapters, which I found to be a distraction. Although it appears they were inserted to emphasize key points, they did not correlate with what I thought were the key points and they were not placed where I would have expected. Nevertheless, the case series at the ends of the chapters are helpful, particularly because they span a variety of practice settings and readers can look for an example that is commensurate with their practice setting. Finally, the title does not truly describe the scope and intent of the book. From the title, I expected the main focus would be on the interpersonal nature of the pharmacist-patient relationship. Although the book does discuss this concept in detail, the main focus appears to be on how to provide pharmaceutical care. It is intended to build skills, and readers would not fully appreciate that based on the title. ----------------------------------------------------------- Weighted Numerical Score: 71 - 3 Stars--Jill Suzanne Bates, PharmD, MS(University of North Carolina Hospitals)"MedInfoNow: Doody Review Services" (04/01/2012)"show more

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