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Essentials of Law and Ethics for Pharmacy Technicians, Third Edition.

By: Strandberg, Kenneth M.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Pharmacy Education Ser: Publisher: Bosa Roca : Routledge, 2016Copyright date: ©2011Edition: 3rd ed.Description: 1 online resource (184 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781439853160.Subject(s): Pharmacists -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States | Pharmacy -- Law and legislation -- United States | Pharmacy technicians -- Professional ethics -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Essentials of Law and Ethics for Pharmacy Technicians, Third EditionDDC classification: 344.7304/16 | 344.730416 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Authors -- The legal system in the United States -- Chapter 2: History and development of current law -- Chapter 3: Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938 -- Chapter 4: Federal Controlled Substance Act of 1970 -- Chapter 5: Other pertinent federal legislation -- Chapter 6: Ethics theory and application -- appendix one: Addresses and websites of board of pharmacy executives -- appendix two: Addresses and websites of pertinent pharmacy organizations -- appendix three: List of accredited pharmacy technician programs -- appendix four: Sample DEA forms -- appendix five: Legal standing of pharmacy technicians -- appendix six: Legal status of fax prescriptions -- appendix seven: Legal status of electronic transmission of prescriptions -- appendix eight: Who has prescribing authority -- Back Cover.
Summary: The legal system in the United StatesOverview and objectivesLegislation, regulation, and interpretationCriminal versus civil lawSample questions for student reviewHistory and development of current lawOverview and objectivesInto the twentieth centurySample questions for student reviewFood, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938Overview and objectivesAdulterationMisbrandingDrug samplesInvestigational new drugsNew drug applicationsThe Drug Price Competition and Patent-Term Restoration Act of 1984The Orphan Drug Act of 1983Prescribing requirements and restrictionsDispensing requirements and restrictionsDrug pedigreesSample questions for student reviewFederal Controlled Substance Act of 1970Overview and objectivesControl schedulesRegistrationObtaining controlled substancesRecord keepingPrescribing requirements and restrictionsFax requirements and restrictionsDispensing requirements and restrictionsReporting theftSample questions for student reviewOther pertinent federal legislationOverview and objectivesThe Health Information Portability and Accountability ActThe Dietary Supplement Health and Education ActThe United States Pharmacopoeia/Chapter 797 GuidelinesSample questions for student reviewEthics theory and applicationOverview and objectivesThe development of pharmaceutical ethical considerationsCode of ethics background and progressionPharmacy - a respected traditionPharmacy-related relationshipsCommunicating professionally in an information agePatient's rightsModern controversial issuesSample questions for student reviewAppendix 1: Addresses and websites of board of pharmacy executivesAppendix 2: Addresses and websites of pertinent pharmacy organizationsAppendix 3: List of accredited pharmacy technician programsAppendix 4: Sample DEA formsAppendix 5: Legal standing of pharmacy techniciansAppendix 6: Legal status of fax prescriptionsAppendix 7: LegalSummary: status of electronic transmission of prescriptionsAppendix 8: Who has prescribing authority.
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Front Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Authors -- The legal system in the United States -- Chapter 2: History and development of current law -- Chapter 3: Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938 -- Chapter 4: Federal Controlled Substance Act of 1970 -- Chapter 5: Other pertinent federal legislation -- Chapter 6: Ethics theory and application -- appendix one: Addresses and websites of board of pharmacy executives -- appendix two: Addresses and websites of pertinent pharmacy organizations -- appendix three: List of accredited pharmacy technician programs -- appendix four: Sample DEA forms -- appendix five: Legal standing of pharmacy technicians -- appendix six: Legal status of fax prescriptions -- appendix seven: Legal status of electronic transmission of prescriptions -- appendix eight: Who has prescribing authority -- Back Cover.

The legal system in the United StatesOverview and objectivesLegislation, regulation, and interpretationCriminal versus civil lawSample questions for student reviewHistory and development of current lawOverview and objectivesInto the twentieth centurySample questions for student reviewFood, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938Overview and objectivesAdulterationMisbrandingDrug samplesInvestigational new drugsNew drug applicationsThe Drug Price Competition and Patent-Term Restoration Act of 1984The Orphan Drug Act of 1983Prescribing requirements and restrictionsDispensing requirements and restrictionsDrug pedigreesSample questions for student reviewFederal Controlled Substance Act of 1970Overview and objectivesControl schedulesRegistrationObtaining controlled substancesRecord keepingPrescribing requirements and restrictionsFax requirements and restrictionsDispensing requirements and restrictionsReporting theftSample questions for student reviewOther pertinent federal legislationOverview and objectivesThe Health Information Portability and Accountability ActThe Dietary Supplement Health and Education ActThe United States Pharmacopoeia/Chapter 797 GuidelinesSample questions for student reviewEthics theory and applicationOverview and objectivesThe development of pharmaceutical ethical considerationsCode of ethics background and progressionPharmacy - a respected traditionPharmacy-related relationshipsCommunicating professionally in an information agePatient's rightsModern controversial issuesSample questions for student reviewAppendix 1: Addresses and websites of board of pharmacy executivesAppendix 2: Addresses and websites of pertinent pharmacy organizationsAppendix 3: List of accredited pharmacy technician programsAppendix 4: Sample DEA formsAppendix 5: Legal standing of pharmacy techniciansAppendix 6: Legal status of fax prescriptionsAppendix 7: Legal

status of electronic transmission of prescriptionsAppendix 8: Who has prescribing authority.

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<p>Kenneth M. Strandberg is the program director of the Pharmacy Technician Program at the North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, North Dakota, a position he has held since 1994. This program has certificate and associate degree options, both available via on-campus and distance-learning options (both paper-based and web-based). Since 1988, he has also been an adjunct professor of pharmacy practice at North Dakota State University in Fargo and an adjunct assistant professor of medicine at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine in Grand Forks. He retired as the pharmacy department manager at a Veterans Administration hospital and clinic, and is now the associate director for scientific applications at Cetero Research, a pharmaceutical research firm. He received his BS in pharmacy in 1974 and MBA in 1984, both from North Dakota State University.</p> <p>Erin E. Miller is a pharmacy resident at a Veterans Affairs hospital and clinic. She received her Pharm.D. in 2010 from North Dakota State University. She is a member of the American Pharmacists Association and the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and an alumna of Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity.</p>

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