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The Guide to Texas and Federal Pharmacy and Drug Law Fred S. Brinkley Jr.

The Guide to Texas and Federal Pharmacy and Drug Law

Fred S. Brinkley Jr.

Published January 1st 2013
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Kindle Edition
837 pages
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This book is designed to assist pharmacists, pharmacy students, attorneys, and other interested parties in understanding the laws and rules that affect the practice of pharmacy in Texas. Sections A and B also discuss some of the federal laws thatMoreThis book is designed to assist pharmacists, pharmacy students, attorneys, and other interested parties in understanding the laws and rules that affect the practice of pharmacy in Texas. Sections A and B also discuss some of the federal laws that impact the practice of pharmacy in Texas. The book also serves as an excellent study guide for those preparing to take the Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence ExamTM for Texas, and is part of a continuous effort to deliver the most up to date resource in Texas.Table of Contents:Section A Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) and Related Federal Laws and RegulationSection B Federal Controlled Substances Act (FCSA) and Texas Controlled Substances Act (TCSA)Section C Texas Dangerous Drug Act (TDDA)Section D Texas Pharmacy Act (TPA)Section E Miscellaneous Texas Board of Pharmacy RulesSection F Complaints, Inspections, Disciplinary Actions and Procedures Section G Community Pharmacy (Class A) RulesSection H Compounding Laws and RulesSection I Institutional Pharmacy (Class C) RulesSection J Nuclear Pharmacy (Class B) Rules, Clinic Pharmacy (Class D) Rules, Non-resident Pharmacies (Class E) and Freestanding Emergency Medical Center (Class F) Pharmacies IndexAbout the AuthorsFred Brinkley, Jr., R.Ph., M.B.A. - 2009-Present, Health Care Consultant. 1990 - Present, Lecturer and teaches the Pharmacy Law Course at University of Texas at Austin.Gary G. Cacciatore, Pharm.D., J.D. 1997 - Present, Director of Regulatory Affairs for Cardinal Health, Inc. and Adjunct Professor at the University of Houston Law Center.