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A final summary report on the survey of pharmaceutic education conducted by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education is given in this volume. The report includes those essential facts and other types of significant information which formed the basis of the survey's observations and recommendations. Analysis of problems associated with the pharmaceutic curriculum, faculty, students, the several branches of professional practice, examination and license, interprofessional relations and the supply and demand forpharmacists is made. Recommendations for implementing the results of this study are set forth. They constitute the broad outlines of a long range program of action for the advancement of the pharmaceutic profession.
The General Report of the Pharmaceutical Survey 1946-49. JAMA. 1950;144(9):806–807. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02920090080050
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