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Title

Pharmaceutical Education and Practice: Collaboration and Success at the Interface. Report of the 1993-94 Argus Commission (Galley)

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Author(s)

Richard A. Ohvall, John A. Biles, Henri R. Manasse Jr., William A. Miller and Nicholas G. Popovich

Journal

American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education

Vol. 58, No. 4 Supplement (1994)
DOI: aj5804S09.pdf

ISSN

002-9459

Publisher

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Abstract

The Argus Commission selected as the topic of its discussion the interface that exists between pharmaceutical education and practice. This decision follows several years in which Argus examined the interface between pharmaceutical education and medicine (1989), pharmaceutical education and nursing (1990), pharmaceutical education and the pharmaceutical industry (1992), and pharmaceutical education and dentistry, optometry, and podiatric medicine (1993). The examination of the interface between pharmaceutical education and these various constituencies exemplifies the Argus Commissionís belief that considerable progress is possible within pharmaceutical education by collaborating with those educators who teach, practice, research, and contribute to Americaís health care system on a daily basis. The Commissionís decision to select the interface between pharmaceutical education and practice is also consistent with the theme for the 1994 AACP Annual Meeting, Education and Practice: Collaborating for Success.

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