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Unformatted Attachment Preview From Pharmacotherapy A Vision of Pharmacy's Future Roles, Responsibilities, and Manpower Needs in the United States This paper was prepared by the 1997-1999 ACCP Clinical Practice Affairs Subcommittee A: Michael S. Maddux, PharmD, FCCP, Chair; Betty J. Dong, PharmD; William A. Miller, PharmD, FCCP; Kent M. Nelson, PharmD, BCPS; Marsha A. Raebel, PharmD, FCCP, BCPS; Cynthia L. Raehl, PharmD; and William E. Smith, PharmD, PhD Posted: 08/01/2000; Pharmacotherapy. 2000;20(8) © 2000 Pharmacotherapy Publications Executive Summary Purpose This White Paper examines the pharmacy profession's future. It discusses pharmacy's changing philosophy of practice, factors influencing the evolution of professional roles and responsibilities, preparation for future roles, future leadership and management needs, workforce manpower projections, and qualifications for practice. The paper projects a vision for this future and provides recommendations to the profession and to the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP). Toward a Unified Philosophy of Practice The time has come to unify the profession in pursuit of its patient care mission. Pharmacy is maturing as a clinical profession and presently is well positioned to transform itself from a product-oriented to a patient-oriented profession. At the root of this change is a movement to revisit the true focus of the profession -- namely, the patient. The profession as a whole now must unequivocally dedicate itself to a philo ...
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