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The Evolution of Clinical Pharmacy Practice

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    Clinical pharmacy became a part of the modern medical lexicon in the 1960s, with pharmacy schools and pharmacists making an effort to become more patient-centered. From the role of the pharmacist in patient service, to the influence of technology in pharmacy practice, to the way our patients view our profession, how have things changed for the better? William Zellmer, former deputy executive vice president for the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, surveys the past 40 years in clinical pharmacy with host Dr. Charles Turck. Where can we improve upon the lessons of the last several decades?

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    Clinical pharmacy became a part of the modern medical lexicon in the 1960s, with pharmacy schools and pharmacists making an effort to become more patient-centered. From the role of the pharmacist in patient service, to the influence of technology in pharmacy practice, to the way our patients view our profession, how have things changed for the better? William Zellmer, former deputy executive vice president for the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, surveys the past 40 years in clinical pharmacy with host Dr. Charles Turck. Where can we improve upon the lessons of the last several decades?

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