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In the midst of a pandemic, visibility and interoperability have never been more critical when it comes to medication inventory.
The most effective leaders recognize their strengths and limitations and surround themselves with people who will complement their abilities.
There are a number of ways to examine issues around supporting and developing pharmacy technicians, but perhaps the best way is to frame the issue using an organizational behavior lens.
Boost in jobs is likely to outpace average job growth nationally.
Customers and patients who come to the pharmacy for medication need to feel safe. During COVID-19, that looks a bit different than it does at any other time.
Pharmacy Times and National Healthcareer Association to Produce Inaugural Pharmacy Technician Supplement
The special supplement will highlight the important role of the pharmacy technician
During the COVID-19 pandemic, pharmacists have been forced to face challenges to their practice that have required not only adaptation and flexibility, but also moments of empathy and vulnerability.
Competency, sporadic checks, and training can cut down on mistakes that cause contamination.
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.
Pharmacy Times®, in conjunction with Parata Systems, recognized the 2020 winners of the Next-Generation Pharmacist awards at the 11th annual virtual awards gala.
Allison Burns, Pharm.D., RPh, honored as the 2020 Next-Generation Pharmacist®.
APhA Academy of Student Pharmacists Partners with Walmart for Operation Substance Use Disorders Project
The new project follows a collaboration with Walmart announced in August, offering a free comprehensive online training program on opioid stewardship.