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Minimum practice standards for clinical pharmacy specialists with interpretation for organized health care settings



Minimum practice standards for clinical pharmacy specialists with interpretation for organized health care settings



Drug Intelligence & Clinical Pharmacy 21(7-8 Part 1): 645-647




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DOI: 10.1177/1060028087021007-817


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