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“…Some of them, such as the Bowl of Hygeia, have been understood as symbols of health but also indicate the presence of a pharmacy. 14 Others like the mortar and pestle represent the tools of the apothecary or the compounding of medications. 15 Similarly, the ℞ symbol may have started as a Latin directive for "Recipe: Take thou!"…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…Some of them, such as the Bowl of Hygeia, have been understood as symbols of health but also indicate the presence of a pharmacy. 14 Others like the mortar and pestle represent the tools of the apothecary or the compounding of medications. 15 Similarly, the ℞ symbol may have started as a Latin directive for "Recipe: Take thou!"…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…but has now become synonymous with prescription. 14,16 Bailey explains that symbols are ideographic in that they can be understood quickly without words and represent deeper meanings and contexts. 16 We thought that because students choose the t-shirt designs, we could gain insight into students' beliefs about pharmacists' roles, and that faculty and staff interpretations would further enhance our understandings.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning