Pharmacist’s Responsibility for Distribution and Control of Drug Products

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ASHP Statement on Pharmacist’s Responsibility for Distribution and Control of Drug Products


A fundamental purpose of pharmaceutical services in any setting is to ensure the safe and appropriate use of drug products and drug-related devices. Fulfillment of this responsibility is enhanced through the pharmacist’s involvement in all aspects of the use of drugs.1


This involvement should include decisions and actions with respect to the evaluation, procurement, storage, distribution, and administration of all drug products. The pharmacist is responsible for development, in consultation with appropriate other professionals, departments, and interdisciplinary committees in the setting, of all drug-use control policies. The pharmacist should be directly responsible for the control and distribution of all stocks of drugs.


The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act defines the term drug

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Aug 27, 2016 | Posted by in GENERAL & FAMILY MEDICINE | Comments Off on Pharmacist’s Responsibility for Distribution and Control of Drug Products
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