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OTC Heartburn Relief for Travelers
Jeff Goad, PharmD, MPH, discusses OTC heartburn relief for travelers.
How Glucose Monitors Support Diabetes Health Literacy
Seena Haines, PharmD, BCACP, FAPhA, FASHP, BC-ADM, CDE, describes how certain blood glucose monitors are designed to cater to certain health populations.
Counseling Points for Afib Management
John Fanikos, RPh, MBA, director of pharmacy at Brigham and Women's Hospital, provides some key takeaways for pharmacists on atrial fibrillation management.
Patient-Specific Factors to Consider When Selecting a Novel Oral Anticoagulant
John Fanikos, RPh, MBA, director of pharmacy at Brigham and Women's Hospital, talks about patient-specific factors to consider when selecting a novel oral anticoagulant.
How Renal Function and Comorbidities Affect Dosing for NOACs
John Fanikos, RPh, MBA, director of pharmacy at Brigham and Women's Hospital, discusses how a patient’s renal function and comorbidities affect dosing regimens for novel oral anticoagulants.
How to Improve Patient Adherence to Long-Term Asthma and COPD Treatment
Michael Cawley, BS, PharmD, RRT, CPFT, FCCM, professor of clinical pharmacy at the University of the Sciences, discusses how to improve adherence.
How Pharmacists Can Help Patients Remember Which Medication Is Used for Which Problem
Michael Cawley, BS, PharmD, RRT, CPFT, FCCM, professor of clinical pharmacy at the University of the Sciences, discusses why it is important that patients know which medication they should use in a particular situation.
How Pharmacists Can Improve Adherence to Novel Oral Anticoagulants
John Fanikos, RPh, MBA, director of pharmacy at Brigham and Women's Hospital, discusses some ways pharmacists can improve patient adherence to novel oral anticoagulants.
Counseling Points Pharmacists Should Provide for Novel Oral Anticoagulants and Vitamin K Antagonists
John Fanikos, RPh, MBA, director of pharmacy at Brigham and Women's Hospital, discusses counseling points for both anticoagulant classes.
What to Do When an Allergic Rhinitis Patient Has Not Received Relief From First-Line Therapies
Dennis Williams, PharmD, FAPhA, discusses the steps pharmacists should take when a patient does not see relief from first-line therapies.
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