Written and edited by pharmacists for pharmacists, The Pharmacist in Public Health: Education, Applications, and Opportunities
explains the relationship between pharmacy and public health, explores the opportunities for pharmacists in public health, empowers pharmacists to overcome challenges and embrace opportunities as public health pharmacists, and advocates for the education and involvement of student pharmacists in public health activities and practice. It provides comprehensive and practical information for pharmacy faculty, student pharmacists, and practitioners. An entire section is dedicated to the promotion and application of public health topics in the education of student pharmacists. Practitioner profiles provide real-world examples of the many roles of pharmacists in public health.
Chapters were co-authored by pharmacists and public health professionals.
All chapters were peer reviewed. Practitioner profiles and real-world examples are given.
"Actions for Change Today" sections provide recommendations for ways to implement change immediately.