Clinical Pharmacist Competencies

  title={Clinical Pharmacist Competencies},
  author={John M. Burke and William A. Miller and Anne Spencer and Christopher W. Crank and Laurie M Adkins and Karen E. Bertch and Dominic P. Ragucci and William E. Smith and Amy Wells Valley},
  journal={Pharmacotherapy: The Journal of Human Pharmacology and Drug Therapy},
The American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) strategic plan summarizes its core ideology, envisioned future, core purpose and mission, and critical issues for the organization and the profession. A longstanding critical issue of the college’s plan is how ACCP can contribute to ensuring an appropriately educated and skilled clinical pharmacy workforce. Toward that end, the college sought to publish a definition of clinical pharmacy and establish the competencies of a clinical pharmacist… 
ACCP Clinical Pharmacist Competencies
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The 2016 ACCP Pharmacotherapy Didactic Curriculum Toolkit
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ASHP Guidelines on the Pharmacist's Role in the Development, Implementation, and Assessment of Critical Pathways.
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Template for the Evaluation of a Clinical Pharmacist
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