CLINICAL ROLE -
Pet Peeve: February 2023
Because 1 thing is not enough.
Sotyktu From Bristol Myers Squibb
The drug is indicated for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis.
Interactive Case Studies- February 2023
Cases discuss patients with medication allergies and drug interactions.
OTC Product News: February 2023
Products include acne patches and immune boosting power.
Expert: Infusion Pharmacy Technicians Can Reduce Workload in Oncology Pharmacy
Evaluating tasks, such as appropriate site of care and plan benefits, frees up time for pharmacists.
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.
Generic Product News February 2023
Products range from Parkinson disease treatment to medication for epilepsy.
March 2023 Rx Product News
Products include medications for depressive disorder and migraines.
Case Study: Shingles
Case studies highlight questions about shingles.
Pharmacists Need to Step Up Their Communications Game
Strategies to enhance patient relationships include teach-back method, providing follow-up information.
Pharmacist Files False Claims Act Lawsuit
Federal court action alleges federal, state violations by former national chain employer.
Diverse Voices Help Build Global Mindset at US Pharmacopeia
USP executive notes importance of including different voices, perspectives for expansion of quality medicine.
NCPA Video Series Helps Pharmacists Expand Their Practices
First season of makeover show follows 5 pharmacies building immunization programs.
Respect State Marijuana Laws Act of 2017 Amends Previous Legislation
Past proposal gives insight into lawmakers' thinking about medicinal use of cannabis on a federal level.
Plan D Medicare Enrollees May Pay Slightly Higher Premium for Generics in 2023
Analysis shows average monthly premiums for stand-alone plans will rise 10% to $43.
Multichamber Bag Parenteral Nutrition Poses Risks
Learn strategies to safeguard use of the intravenous administration products to protect patients.
Treating a Cough Continues to Present Challenges
Despite the large number of prescription products available, nondrug therapies often work just as well.
Jury Is Still Out on Cardiovascular Benefits of Nonprescription Supplements
American Heart Association maintains stance on preferably obtaining essential nutrients through dietary means.
Pharmacists Are Moderately Satisfied With Compensation, Slightly Less With Overall Job, Survey Shows (Part 2)
A total of 150 respondents rated their satisfaction with total annual compensation as 4.15 on a scale of 1 to 7, down from 4.41 in 2021.
Help Patients Identify Risks for Premature Coronary Artery Disease
Despite medical advances in the past few decades, rates of PCAD in patients with diabetes, hypertension, obesity continue to rise.
Pharmacists, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants, Oh My!
Unlike in The Wizard of Oz, there may be more of a scare than actual danger from non-physicians prescribing diagnostics, treatments
February Is American Heart Month
There's no better time to remind pharmacists that they are vital in the fight against CVD.
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