The School of Pharmacy, University of London: Medicines, Science and Society, 1842-2012 (BOK)

Briony Hudson, Maureen Boylan

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The School of Pharmacy, University of London: Medicines, Science and Society, 1842-2012 represents the rich history of the University of London School of Pharmacy through numerous color photographs, important advances in the pharmacy profession, cultural milestones, biographies and more. Written in an engaging and authoritative style, this book depicts the chronological history of the school from its establishment in 1842 to the present day with a nod toward its aspirations for the future. By highlighting key periods in the school's history and showing their connection to the wider world, this book truly commemorates the heritage of the School of Pharmacy and its cutting-edge role in pharmacy innovation, research and education. For our ScienceDirect patrons, Elsevier is pleased to announce that complimentary access to the e-book is available on ScienceDirect and has been made possible by sponsorship through the University of London. Upon publication in August, please visit the book's site on ScienceDirect to access the e-book for free. * Highlights the history of the school, its buildings, courses, staff and students* Incorporates high-quality historical photographs, timelines, biography boxes and important pharmacy milestones, such as critical legislation, changes to educational standards, key developments and more in order to enrich the narrative* Explores the interplay between the school and the developing pharmacy world to illustrate its involvement in important pharmacy innovation, educational development, research advances and much more* Features a foreword from Her Royal Highness, Princess Anne, Chancellor of the University of London


Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Innbundet
Utgitt 2013 Forfatter Briony Hudson, Maureen Boylan
ISBN 9780124076655
Antall sider 232 Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd
Emner og form Pharmacology, Universities, Medical research