Nishant Thakar, PharmD; Ibraheem Rajab, Bchem; and Sinni Moozhayil, BPharm, MS


Extemporaneous Compounding of Amoxicillin Suspensions During National Shortage

As of November 2022, amoxicillin suspension has been on a national shortage list, therefore the FDA has permitted temporary compounding of amoxicillin suspensions.

Nithya Srinivasan, Director of Marketing, Rheumatology, Janssen Immunology


Holistic Psoriatic Arthritis Care: Why Well-Being Should Be Incorporated Into the Treatment Paradigm

People living with psoriatic arthritis deserve to be informed about ways to approach disease management holistically and with a personalized approach.

Doug Field


Pharmacies Poised to Capture At-Home Diagnostics Category

By leveraging do-it-yourself testing momentum, community-based and retail pharmacies can solidify their position as health care hubs with a category management approach that enhances the consumer experience and boosts store relevance and revenue.

Abigail Johnson


Study Highlights Pharmacy Student Perspective on Mental Health, Future Practice

Pharmacy programs are implementing new practices into their curriculum and research is being focused on mental health care.

Gabriela G. Abrego, MPH


Applying an Error Prevention Process to a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

An overview for community pharmacies of a process to minimize vaccine errors using a COVID-19 vaccine point of distribution as an example.

Natalija M. Farrell, PharmaD, BCPS, DABAT, FAACT


Vaccinations in the Emergency Department: Current and Emerging Practices to Boost Public Health

Piloting new emergency department-based vaccination campaigns and fine-tuning existing programs may reduce morbidity and mortality associated with vaccine-preventable diseases.

Jacob Curcio, PharmD


A Primer for Medical Specialty Drug Utilization Management Strategies

Case management programs or pharmacist-delivered high-touch care are critical components in medical specialty drug management.

Amir Ali, PharmD, BCOP


Latest Outcomes in Adult Patients With Ph+ ALL Using TKIs With Modified USC Regimen

Substantial strides have been made in the management of Ph+ ALL.

Dawn DiPasquale, CPhT, CTDP


Education, Training, Collaboration Key Areas of Focus at ASHP

Shields Health Solutions poster presentations highlight a comprehensive approach to specialty patient care and successful results from an expanded offering of instructional programs.

Sarah A. Alwardt, PhD


Lung Cancer Study Brings Pharmacists to the Forefront of Patient Care

Pharmacists have always been a vital member of the cancer care team, but the emergence of many new oral therapies is making their role in patient care a more prominent one.

Lauren Caldas, PharmD, BCACP


Lessons Learned by a Student Pharmacist on Instagram

There are key benefits and risks for student pharmacists to consider when approaching an Instagram account for professional pharmacy purposes.

Megan Schwartz, BS, PharmD Candidate 2024


USP, FDA Propose Quality Standards for Cannabis, Highlighting its Role as Medicine

This action is of considerable significance as it supports the regulation of cannabis and cannabis-derived products as medicine under the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.

Matt Jewett


Blood Glucose Monitoring in Diabetes Care: When Innovation is Hidden In Plain Sight

Pharmacies have long embraced innovation and technology, with early adoption of telehealth and digital platforms.

Oded Kraft


Developing the Missing Piece in Mental Health Treatment

It is important that mental health professionals and providers look to newer approaches and methods to supplement the current standard of care.

Jason Ausili, Chief Clinical Officer, FDS Amplicare


Community Pharmacies Positioned to be the Epicenter of Care

Community pharmacists have an essential role to play during this phase of the crisis that could further entrench them as the epicenter of care in the communities they serve.

Megan Menon, PharmD, BCOP


Antineoplastic Extravasation Prevention, Management

Extravasation is defined as the inadvertent leakage of a vesicant from the vein into the surrounding tissue.

Steffanie Ung, PharmD Candidate


Clinical Overview: Teprotumumab for Thyroid Eye Disease

Teprotumumab is the first fully human IgG1 monoclonal antibody approved by the FDA for the treatment of thyroid eye disease at its source not just reducing the symptoms.

Jason Borschow


2030: The Beginning of a New Era in Health Care

By setting a standard for prescriptions that improves member access, outcomes, and experience, we will establish a path forward for every facet of health care.

John Ahler, RPh


Locking Prescription Vials Helps Keep Medicine Safe in Medication-assisted Treatment Programs

For patients with opioid use disorder, medication-assisted treatment programs are a clinically effective approach.

Carmen Witsken, PharmD


Is It Too Late to Get a Flu Shot?

Ideally, older patients receive vaccinations by October, but disease activity often peaks in February or March.

Ron Welch, PharmD, BCPS, BCIDP


Clinical Overview: Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices

Pharmacists need to ensure anticoagulants are held appropriately before and after surgery to prevent complications from for CIED infections.

Sean Marchese, MS, RN


Effort Is Needed to Address Climate Change-Associated Cancer Risk in the United States

The data show that the 10-year survival rate of patients with breast cancer who survived Hurricane Katrina was much lower than those who did not face a major weather event.

Thomas Dobmeyer, MD


Access to Medicine, Clinical Trials Jeopardized by Ukraine War

There are a huge number of medical facilities in Ukraine that run international clinical trials, with the FDA noting that more than 250 drugs and devices were undergoing clinical research in Ukraine.

Brittany Riley, PharmD, BCPS, MS


Gabapentin Presents High Potential for Misuse

Although the anticonvulsant is not considered a controlled substance, some state legislation focuses on monitoring the use of or reclassifying it.

Jordan Tabish, PharmD


Targeting the Untargetable: Novel Agents in Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Pharmacists have an important role in the optimization of AML therapies.

Robert W. Maltby


Explore Ovarian Cancer Treatments Through Clinical Trials

Guidelines typically recommend debulking surgery, plus systemic chemotherapy for most patients.

Michelle Phillips, PharmD, BCOP


Brown Bag Consult®: A Patient With Colorectal Cancer Seeks Counsel From a Pharmacist

The patient's list of medications reveals significant drug interactions to be addressed.

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