Quality assessment of clinical pharmacy activities at Sunnybrook Medical Centre
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Quality assessment of clinical pharmacy activities at Sunnybrook Medical Centre by Judith A. Carter

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Published by Sunnybrook Medical Centre in Toronto .
Written in English


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Advisor: Mann, J.L.

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Pagination64 p.
Number of Pages64
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Open LibraryOL14728395M

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Quality. At Sunnybrook, we are on a continuous journey of quality improvement. As a large academic health sciences centre, we are continuously engaged in multiple quality improvement activities, employing new practices and processes so that we can improve the quality of our services and continue to provide the highest quality care and experiences for our patients and their families. Introduction: Sunnybrook is a medical centre, which is situated in the inner city of California. The medical centre has almost imately , patients visit every year in the medical centre (, ). The medical centre provides several kinds of services to the patients for long-term health care. David Edwards received his undergraduate pharmacy degree from the University of Toronto in and completed a residency in hospital pharmacy at Sunnybrook Medical Centre. He graduated from the PharmD program at the State University of New York at Buffalo and joined the Department of Pharmaceutics at Buffalo for post-doctoral training in. Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Bayview Avenue, G-wing, 1st floor, room G Toronto, ON M4N 3M5 Phone: ext. Email: @ Division Head.

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