AAPM 2017

AAPM 2017

Study Examines Relationship Between Opioid Use and Cancer Progression
 
A study led by UC Irvine and Duke University, presented at the 2017 American Academy of Pain Medicine meeting in Orlando, examined the association between opioid therapy and melanoma progression in patients diagnosed with the disease. 
Survey: Naloxone Successful at Reversing Overdoses in Most Cases
At the American Academy of Pain Medicine’s 2017 Annual Meeting, survey results were presented that revealed the implications of naloxone use in real-world experiences with the recently approved intranasal naloxone formulation.
American Academy of Pain Medicine 2017 Meeting: Focusing on Pain as a Public Health Issue
The meeting theme this year, Pain as a Public Health Issue, emphasizes the extent to which pain affects the US population, with more than 100 million Americans suffering from pain.

Treatment of Melanoma 

In this Pharmacy Times program for Health Systems Pharmacists, Nanaz Amini, PharmD, RPh, MS, of the Angles Clinic, provides a pharmacist’s perspective on the management of melanoma.  


Pharmacy Times Strategic Alliance
 

Pharmacist Education
Clinical features with downloadable PDFs


Next-Generation Pharmacist® Awards


3rd Annual Convenient Healthcare and Pharmacy Collaborative Conference


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