[Verification for reform of the Japanese pharmaceutical education by some organizations in 60 years, after World War II].

@article{Yamakawa2005VerificationFR,
  title={[Verification for reform of the Japanese pharmaceutical education by some organizations in 60 years, after World War II].},
  author={Koji Yamakawa and Kazutaka Momose},
  journal={Yakushigaku zasshi},
  year={2005},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={81-97}
}
After World War II, the Japanese pharmaceutical education system was drastically changed on the advice of the general headquarters of the American occupational army. Two universities and 18 colleges were reformed in to new universities. Graduates from pharmaceutical universities were eligible to take the national pharmacist's license examination, which was… CONTINUE READING