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The CDC says hand washing is one of the most effective ways to reduce the spread of infectious diseases.
Some pharmacists and other health care experts are worried that patients, especially those with underlying conditions, may stop adhering to their medication regimens.
Kathryn Samai, PharmD, BCPS, emergency medicine clinical pharmacist at Sarasota Memorial Hospital, discusses how her institution has been handling COVID-19.
The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists has launched a new, free service to connect health care facilities with pharmacy personnel who can help alleviate potential staffing shortages.
Pharmacy Hero: Pharmacist Coordinates Schedule to Protect Immunocompromised Staff Members During COVID-19 Pandemic
“What she did for me this week is what defines heroic.”
Week in Review: Pharmaceutical Companies Lend Support to Hydroxychloroquine Clinical Trials for COVID-19
Top news of the week from Pharmacy Times surrounding the novel coronavirus.
New data from the FAIR Health white paper show that from 2017 to 2018, telehealth use grew 12% and use of retail clinics grew 10%.
Gunda Siska, PharmD, explains potential vitamins to keep patients healthy.
One of the results from the survey showed that 42% of American people do not wash their hands every time they use the restroom.
In addition, RUCDR has submitted an emergency use authorization request for a saliva collection method that will allow for broader population screening.
The state attorney general’s office and its State Board of Medical Examiners are limiting pharmacists and physicians from allowing patients to use certain medications for COVID-19.
The USP has developed an online toolkit using guidelines from major public health organizations.