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Pharmacy and Professionalization in the British Empire, 1780–1970The Australian Colonies: Adapting the British Model

Pharmacy and Professionalization in the British Empire, 1780–1970: The Australian Colonies:... [This chapter considers the professionalization of pharmacy in six Australian colonies, where there were no previous European occupants, where most of those practising pharmacy had been trained in Britain, and where the indigenous population played no part. Many brought with them experience of the British model of pharmacy and the role of the PSGB. The processes by which pharmacists came together to form pharmaceutical societies, sought state support for the passage of Pharmacy and Poisons Acts, fended off attempts by the medical profession to control them, and succeeded in regulating and restricting pharmacy ownership, were intimately linked, and are best considered on a colony-by-colony basis.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Pharmacy and Professionalization in the British Empire, 1780–1970The Australian Colonies: Adapting the British Model

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2021
ISBN
978-3-030-78979-4
Pages
281 –309
DOI
10.1007/978-3-030-78980-0_10
Publisher site
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[This chapter considers the professionalization of pharmacy in six Australian colonies, where there were no previous European occupants, where most of those practising pharmacy had been trained in Britain, and where the indigenous population played no part. Many brought with them experience of the British model of pharmacy and the role of the PSGB. The processes by which pharmacists came together to form pharmaceutical societies, sought state support for the passage of Pharmacy and Poisons Acts, fended off attempts by the medical profession to control them, and succeeded in regulating and restricting pharmacy ownership, were intimately linked, and are best considered on a colony-by-colony basis.]

Published: Oct 23, 2021

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