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A new law approved in Minnesota this week expands pharmacists’ authority by allowing them to administer FDA-authorized COVID-19 or SARS-CoV-2 vaccines when they become available.
Benjamin McNabb, PharmD, owner and pharmacist at Love Oak Pharmacy in rural Texas, discusses the value of the pharmacist in communities across the country.
Today, we’re celebrating the work of Dan McCoy, PharmD, a pharmacist at CVS in Madison, Wisconsin.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced last week that New York will launch a COVID-19 testing pilot program with a goal of conducting 7000 tests per week.
Today, we’re celebrating Bailey Dodd, PharmD, and Macie Sobers, PharmD, both pharmacists at Walgreens in Birmingham, Alabama.
Elizabeth Skoy, PharmD, and Amy Werremeyer, PharmD, BCPP, associate professors at the North Dakota State University School of Pharmacy, discuss what they feel is the value of the pharmacist.
Pharmacists are routinely putting others ahead of themselves and may not be sure how to find time for self-care.
Today, we’re thanking Dustin Linn, PharmD, RPh, BCCCP, and Trent Towne, PharmD, RPh, BCPS (AQID), for their work treating patients with COVID-19.
Today, we’re celebrating the work of Hussain Abdulwahab, MPharm, a pharmacist in Sweden.
National Home Infusion Foundation Announces Recipient of 2020 Outstanding Abstract Achievement Award
The National Home Infusion Foundation (NHIF) announced yesterday that the winner of the 2020 Outstanding Abstract Achievement Award is Rachel Dellevar, PharmD.
John Beckner, RPh, Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives at NCPA, discusses the role of the community pharmacy in the age of COVID-19 in supporting current health care efforts, such as continuing immunizations and managing the effects of the pandemic on patients.
The Secretary of HHS, Alex M. Azar II, clarified in a statement that the PREP Act preempts state licensing laws that place restrictions on pharmacists’ ability to order and administer COVID-19 tests.