As with journals, many texts are available to pharmacy personnel. Some texts require a certain amount of background knowledge in physiology, anatomy, and/or pharmacology. It is important for you to recognize your background strengths and weaknesses before you begin to search for a text to answer a particular question. You should also be familiar with the subjects discussed in each of these texts. Being able to identify a text on your knowledge level, which can provide you with the answer you are seeking, can pay dividends in terms of saved time and reduced frustration.
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