The book’s website provides PowerPoint slides, image files and other cases for additional material. ‘With Pharmacy in Public Health: Basics and Beyond, pharmacists can start getting ready now for public health issues us us, and start to make a difference in their community H1N1 challenge today,’said co-author Jean Carter, associate professor of pharmacy administration at the University of Montana Skaggs School of Pharmacy. Marionor Marion Slack, professor of pharmacy practice at the University of Arizona, agrees: ‘Our hope is that readers will use what they have learned how to make an impact on public health, whether in their own community, national public health initiatives or for the global community.
About the Authors.Jean Carter, associate professor of pharmacy administration at the University of Montana Skaggs School of Pharmacy and an affiliated faculty member the school program for public health.The study, which will conducted by kinesiology PhD student marrow Rakobowchuk publish Added into the American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Inclusive and Comparative Physiology.