Improving Adult Immunization Rates in Hospitals

Published Online: Monday, September 10, 2012
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In the third part of a 3-part interview series, Michael Hogue, PharmD, associate professor and chair of the department of pharmacy practice at the McWhorter School of Pharmacy at Samford University, discusses the pharmacist’s perspective on improving adult immunization rates in hospitals.
 
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