Ayesha Khan, PharmD, BCPS
Ayesha Khan, PharmD, BCPS
Ayesha M. Khan, PharmD, BCPS, is a clinical assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Chicago State University College of Pharmacy (CSU-COP) and maintains a practice site at Rush University Medical Center. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy from Midwestern University Chicago College of Pharmacy in 2012 and then completed a PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at The University of Toledo Medical Center in Toledo, Ohio.
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Mar 6, 2018 @04:00 PM
The IDSA and SHEA have made a recent update to the previously published practice guidelines for CDI. While many of the recommendations remain the same, there are a few key changes that the update has addressed.

Apr 26, 2017 @06:13 AM
This article was primarily authored by Halina Mydra, PharmD Candidate at Chicago State University College of Pharmacy and reviewed by Ayesha Khan, PharmD, BCPS.

Apr 21, 2017 @01:37 AM
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Jan 9, 2017 @07:53 AM
Immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) is an antibody-mediated process involving the destruction of platelets.

Dec 5, 2016 @03:00 AM
Every pharmacy student looks forward to rotations. This experiential year provides budding pharmacists with exciting, hands-on opportunities build upon their didactic experiences and strengthen their clinical skills. Much of the rotation experience can depend upon the preceptor. Whether you?re a new preceptor seeking methods to effectively precept, or a third-year pharmacy student preparing to start rotations, we offer these practical tips for students and preceptors alike to optimize the rotation experience.

Jun 9, 2016 @12:31 PM
This month, able-bodied Muslims around the world are fasting from dawn until dusk in observance of the holy month of Ramadan.

May 24, 2016 @04:00 AM
Over a year ago, the city of Flint, Michigan declared a health emergency after discovering elevated concentrations of lead in their water source.

May 19, 2016 @08:48 AM
A number of trial results presented at ACC.16 could impact recommendations made by pharmacists working in inpatient and ambulatory care settings.