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Pharmacy and Professionalization in the British Empire, 1780–1970Conclusion: Colonial Pharmacy, Professionalization, and Reciprocity

Pharmacy and Professionalization in the British Empire, 1780–1970: Conclusion: Colonial Pharmacy,... [This final chapter has three main aims: it reflects on the experience of professionalization of pharmacy in the British Empire described in previous chapters, against the five markers of professionalization derived from Bennell’s analysis of pharmacy in Ghana (Chapter 1); it explores the extent to which a ‘British model’ of pharmacy developed in the colonies, based on the five markers of pharmacy Britishness described in Chapter 2; and it concludes with a description of how pharmacists in British colonies across three continents came together for collective action in their search for the reciprocal recognition of their qualifications with the British authorities.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Pharmacy and Professionalization in the British Empire, 1780–1970Conclusion: Colonial Pharmacy, Professionalization, and Reciprocity

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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
341 –370
DOI
10.1007/978-3-030-78980-0_12
Publisher site
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Abstract

[This final chapter has three main aims: it reflects on the experience of professionalization of pharmacy in the British Empire described in previous chapters, against the five markers of professionalization derived from Bennell’s analysis of pharmacy in Ghana (Chapter 1); it explores the extent to which a ‘British model’ of pharmacy developed in the colonies, based on the five markers of pharmacy Britishness described in Chapter 2; and it concludes with a description of how pharmacists in British colonies across three continents came together for collective action in their search for the reciprocal recognition of their qualifications with the British authorities.]

Published: Oct 23, 2021

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