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A community pharmacist reflects on spending time in quarantine after a positive COVID-19 test in the family.
The perception of creativity has been limited merely to art and innovation, neglecting one of the main sectors that strives for this: education.
Pharmacists must juggle the delicate balance of integrating clinical services into traditional dispensing environments, while being forced into performance metrics set forth by corporate entities.
The event focused on the care, compassion, and connections the are important to pharmacists, and how the profession can tackle challenges such as payment reform and public awareness.
Pharmacy Times® interviewed Amanda Epp, MBA, the CEO of ScriptDrop, on how granting provider status to pharmacists can allow them to better support the health care system in the fight against COVID-19.
Pharmacy Times® interviewed Maryland Secretary of Commerce Kelly M. Schulz on how growth in the health care and biotech industry can support economic revitalization during and following the COVID-19 pandemic among community and retail pharmacies.
Today, we’re celebrating the pharmacy team at Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Desert Canyon in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Critical Role of Pharmacists in Supporting the US Health Care System This American Pharmacists Month
Pharmacy Times® interviewed John Beckner, RPh, the senior director of strategic initiatives at the NCPA, on the importance of American Pharmacists Month in acknowledging the critical role of pharmacists in supporting the US health care system.
On Women Pharmacist Day on October 12, a panel discussion webcast consisting of leading women in pharmacy discussed the importance of recognizing the impact of women on the pharmacy landscape and the history of women in the field.
HHS Issues Guidance on Administration of Vaccinations, COVID-19 Tests by Pharmacy Technicians, Interns
In a recent guidance issued by the HHS under the PREP Act, qualified pharmacy technicians and state-authorized pharmacy interns are authorized to administer childhood vaccines, COVID-19 vaccines upon availability, and COVID-19 tests.
Like other essential businesses, Village Pharmacy in New Jersey has remained open throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, with the goal of providing the same personalized care as always.
Pharmacy Times® interviewed Petros Grivas, associate professor at the University of Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and a medical oncologist at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, on the value of the pharmacist in the treatment of patients with cancer during COVID-19.