To enhance your meeting experience, ACCP’s bookstore will be located in the Ballroom D Foyer.
Bookstore hours are:
|Saturday, October 16||7 a.m.–7 p.m.
|Sunday, October 17||7 a.m.–7 p.m.
|Monday, October 18||7 a.m.–6:30 p.m.
|Tuesday, October 19||7 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
|Wednesday, October 20||7 a.m.–12:00 p. m.
As always at the Annual Meeting, the On-site Bookstore will offer FREE SHIPPING AND HANDLING for all orders sent to the continental United States – and discounts up to 75% on rates to Hawaii and Alaska, and all international addresses.
In addition, all Meeting registrants will receive the ACCP MEMBER PRICE on any item ordered at the On-site Bookstore.
Purchasing at the On-site Bookstore is fast and easy – we offer online ordering that guarantees your order is on its way to our distribution center immediately.
Stop by and see new titles and favorites at the On-site Bookstore. Your friendly ACCP staff will be there to help you with your purchases.
Here are some new ACCP titles that you’ll want to see:
Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program, Seventh Edition. View Pediatrics, the latest release in PSAP-VII, while at the Bookstore in Austin. ACCP’s popular home study program provides the latest updates in many therapeutic areas. PSAP-VII books feature an updated design, additional topic resources, reference lab values, and live links to additional research articles. Other released books in PSAP-VII include Cardiology, Critical and Urgent Care, and Women’s and Men’s Health. Upcoming releases are Chronic Illness (January 2011), Oncology (April 2011), Geriatrics (July 2011), Science and Practice of Pharmacotherapy (October 2011), Infectious Diseases (January 2012), Neurology/Psychiatry (April 2012), and Gastroenterology/Nutrition (July 2012).
PSAP-VII Audio Companion. ACCP offers a new way to access all the great information in the first two books of PSAP-VII, Cardiology and Critical and Urgent Care. A professional studio recording of the 11 book chapters, the Audio Companion provides this content in the portable MP3 format. These files can then be loaded onto a listening device or burned onto a CD for learning on the go.
Pharmacogenomics: Applications to Patient Care, Second Edition. The new edition of this ACCP bestseller offers the latest in this important, ever-evolving field of practice. Pharmacogenomics describes the next revolution in how we diagnose, define, and treat disease. By eliminating the “one size fits all” treatment approach and moving toward a customized drug therapy regimen, pharmacogenomics represents an opportunity and a challenge to dramatically improve the health outcomes of millions of patients. Be sure you have the latest information available.
Pharmacogenomics: Applications to Patient Care Self-Assessment Tool. As a supplement to Pharmacogenomics: Applications to Patient Care, second edition, a series of self-assessment questions and explained answers are now available online for each chapter. Designed to assess how well the reader has accomplished the learning objectives from each chapter, there are more than 230 questions. With the purchase of the Self-Assessment Tool, individual chapter tests are available for a one-time test. You can work on an individual test, save it, and return to it later to submit. Once a test is submitted, you will receive your test score as a percentage of correct responses; information on which questions were correct; and the answers for that individual test.
Clinical Pharmacy in the United States: Transformation of a Profession. Published in conjunction with the 30th Anniversary of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, Dr. Robert M. Elenbaas and Dr. Dennis B. Worthen have compiled a historical analysis of the profession of clinical pharmacy. With personal reflections from key players in the profession and a timeline of the social, political, economic, and scientific developments throughout the years, this book is a must for anyone involved in the ongoing transformation of pharmacy as a health care profession. This is a book every pharmacist will want to have in their library.