Pharmacy’s Role in Public Health Initiatives
Panelists share final thoughts and advice regarding the critical role pharmacy has played and continues to play in public health initiatives.
Collaborating With Medical Community on Immunization Services
John Beckner, RPh, discusses the importance of collaborating with the medical community on the provision of immunization services.
Coadministration of Flu Vaccine with Routine Immunizations
Coadministration of the flu vaccine with other immunizations traditionally offered during flu season that pharmacies should continue to encourage.
Reasons For the Mild Flu Season and Upcoming Predictions
Jennifer Adams, PharmD, EdD, leads discussion on reasons for the mild flu season this previous year and share predictions for the upcoming flu season.
Encouraging Patients to Get COVID-19 And Influenza Vaccinations
Panelists provide tips on how pharmacists can encourage their patients to get their COVID-19 and influenza vaccines this year.
Tackling Pharmacy Staff Burnout Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic
A discussion on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on pharmacy staff and solutions to help combat pharmacy staff fatigue, burnout, and vaccine hesitancy.
Obstacles To Achieving Herd Immunity For COVID-19
John Beckner, RPh, discusses some of the obstacles to achieving herd immunity for COVID-19.
Pharmacy’s Role in Immunizing Adolescents and Children
With consideration of recent COVID-19 vaccine approval in adolescents, Jennifer Adams, PharmD, EdD, discusses pharmacy’s role in immunizing children of all ages.
Helping Communities Catch Up on Recommended Immunizations
Suzanne Soliman, PharmD, BCMAS, discusses how pharmacy can help communities catch up on missed and overdue immunizations resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Advocating For the Advancement of Pharmacy Practice
Jennifer Adams, PharmD, EdD, share thoughts on why right now is the perfect opportunity to advocate for expansion of privileges to advance pharmacy practice.
PREP Act: Short and Long Term Impact on Pharmacy Practice
Liz Oler, PharmD, discusses the short- and long-term impact of the PREP ACT on expanded privileges and practice changes within the pharmacy profession.
Thoughts On Pharmacies as The Center of Immunization Services
Ed Cohen, PharmD, FAPhA, leads a discussion in which panelists share thoughts on pharmacies being at the center of immunization services for the entire family.
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