"The pharmacy department has a complete 'line of sight' on the medication-use system, from research to market authorization, from prescription to outcomes, and from procurement and preparation to dispensing and disposal of waste. Accordingly, pharmacy personnel are well positioned and equipped to offer options on how best to meet the medication-related needs of individual patients and the public. The pharmacy department is responsible and accountable for the provision of pharmacy services. The use of pharmacy resources is responsibly managed, allocated, and monitored."
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Histoire de la pharmacie au Québec (Société d’histoire de la pharmacie (Québec))
Basel Statements: the future of hospital pharmacy practice (2015 update) (International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP)