Erik Hefti, PharmD, MS
As personalized medicine gains traction and acceptance, pharmacists are more likely to encounter pharmacogenomic information.

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Jeannette Y. Wick, RPh, MBA, FASCP
Sudden cardiac arrest occurs 424,000 times outside of the hospital annually.
Allison Gilchrist, Associate Editor
The American Heart Association has released a scientific statement cautioning against the use of some common drugs and supplements in patients with heart failure.
Eric Roath, PharmD
In recent years, federal agencies have introduced significant regulatory proposals impacting different facets of the pharmaceutical industry.
Lindsey Parker, BS, PharmD Candidate 2017
Although longer needles are often prescribed for patients with increased body fat, this practice actually has no clinical basis.
Lindsey Parker, BS, PharmD Candidate 2017
Using a standardized method for taking medication histories is vital to minimizing errors.
Jola Mehmeti, PharmD-MBA Candidate 2018
Patients benefit when pharmacists thoroughly assess pain.
Jeannette Y. Wick, RPh, MBA, FASCP
Frequent CD4 cell monitoring is unnecessary in well-controlled HIV-positive patients, new study results suggest.
Erin Davidson, PharmD
All antiplatelets are not created equal, especially when it comes to secondary stroke prevention.
Chad Gay
It’s Friday afternoon and your hospital receives an e-mail from the Health Resources and Services Administration, notifying you that your hospital has been selected for a 340B program audit. Are you ready?
Adriana Molodecki, PharmD Candidate
Completing a best possible medication history is a crucial first step in the medication reconciliation process.

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