In the African culture do they use pharmacies for their medicines?
can help health care professionals develop practices that may better serve their communities. Most pharmacists will already be able to describe the predominant cultures in the communities they serve. The pharmaceutical care model, as described by Hepler and. Strand, defines a desirable outcome of drug therapy as.
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Answer . No, African is a person...African culture is a culture...
they can, but they shouldn't.
Pharmacy is the health profession that links the health sciences with the chemical sciences, and it is charged with ensuring the safe and effective use of medication.\nPharmacists are highly-trained and skilled healthcare professionals who perform various roles to ensure optimal health outcomes for …their patients. Many pharmacists are also small-business owners, owning the pharmacy in which they practice.
It was used to celebrate births, marriages or just for fun and entertainment.
The culture(s) of Africa encompasses and includes all cultures within the continent of Africa. There is a political or racial split between North Africa, and Sub-Saharan Africa, which is in turn divided into a great number of ethnic cultures.     African cultures are diverse and v…aried and not static, and like most of the world have been impacted upon by both internal and external forces.  Africa's cultural regeneration has also been an integral aspect of post-independence nation-building on the continent, with a recognition of the need to harness the cultural resources of Africa to enrich the process of education, requiring the creation of an enabling environment in a number of ways. In recent times, the call for a much greater emphasis on the cultural dimension in all aspects of development has become increasingly vocal.  During colonialism in Africa, Europeans possessed attitudes of superiority and a sense of mission. The French were able to accept an African as French, if they gave up their African culture and adopted French ways. Knowledge of Portuguese language and culture and abandonment of traditional ways defined one as civilized.  Kenyan social commentator Mwiti Mugambi pragmatically argues that the future of Africa can only be forged from accepting and mending the sociocultural present. For Mugambi, colonial cultural hangovers, pervasive Western cultural inundation, and aid-giving arm-twisting donors are, he argues, here to stay and no amount of looking into Africa's past will make them go away. However Karenga states that Our culture provides us with an ethos we must honor in both thought and practice. By ethos, we mean a people's self-understanding as well as its self-presentation in the world through its thought and practice in the other six areas of culture. It is above all a cultural challenge. For culture is here defined as the totality of thought and practice by which a people creates itself, celebrates, sustains and develops itself and introduces itself to history and humanity - Maulana Karenga , African Culture and the Ongoing Quest for Excellence .
computer searches say like about 20,000 years ago but that doesnt make any sense. HELP ME, i camt find the answer myself
Examine African cultural forms in the Caribbean upto1838 namely religion dress food medicine language and music?
This is a some what difficult question to answer because cultural traits can be the same in different societies which have never had any contact with one another. For e.g. it has been argued that calypso and int carnival retained cultural traits which were based on song and mask tradition in certain… Africans societies. At this time it is important to note that planters made it a practice even to have many slaves from one particular tribe on their plantation knowing that cultural and language difference would make rebellion more difficult, indeed it was partly because planters rule that the Revolution was possible.
The following proverbs are based off a South African culture: Batscan see in the dark. Do squirrels mix themselves with bats? Batsdevour by striking, squirrels by nibbling. Bats are found incompanies.
Hard to say, but it happened in Islamic countries in the 9th century.
Hospitals and pharmacies in the US will generally use milliliters as a standard unit of measure for liquids. Milligrams are usually used for tablet and capsule doses. For some larger quantity oral liquids, teaspoon and tablespoon, might be used (5ml and 15ml, respectively), although using the 'ml' i…s considered more appropriate and safer
Different cultures use plants as medicines by putting it into their vaginas. this is how women do it. men do it by stuffing it into their dick holes. It may hurt but it cures any disease in the world. All this are done by the people of the indian
Medicine was generally provided by doctors before pharmacies came around.
A number of things including, celebrating something that has just happened or maybe a marriage. Also if someone has just been born if someone has passed away. (That music wouldn't be that fast paced then) Or it could be for fun and entertainment.
They boiled it over fire
The tree's bark contains an oil with many active ingredients; waxes, fatty acids, and other less familiar compounds.
Pharmacy is a place where prescriptions are filled !
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Africans would jump up and down screaming o o o o o o
Medicine is delivered to pharmacies in the same way as any other product is delivered to a retailer, mostly by truck.
It's destroyed for safety reasons. The pharmacy can't be sure that what's in the bottle is what's on the label and that it wasn't tampered with, so they can't reuse it. The main reason for wanting it returned is so that they can make sure it's actually destroyed instead of being flushed (which puts… it in the water system) or thrown away (where it might be found and eaten by children or animals, and even if not, it will still wind up in the groundwater). In a hospital setting, an opened bottle, package, etc. should be disposed of by hospital staff. If already billed to the patient's account, it would likely be disposed of. . Retail pharmacies should not accept the return of medications. (Check State Laws). Many States have medication disposal drop-off points on certain days that consumers can dispose of old unused meds. Check with your local police dept. .
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