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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.
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.
This week on Pharmacy Times, there are a number of important topics that will be covered and posted throughout the week.
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Women found to have worse outcomes after a first heart attack than men.
On Women Pharmacists Day, 5 industry leaders discuss work-life balance, job advancement, and mentorship.
Pharmacy Times spoke with Lisa King, founder of the Fulfilled Pharmacist, about the importance of women in the pharmacy field and Women Pharmacist Day.
In recognition of Women Pharmacist Day, a panel of experts discuss the history and significance of women in pharmacy, including demographics, changes in policy and culture, tips for pharmacist moms and different career paths.
Study shows that human papillomavirus vaccine mandates do not increase coverage or vaccination rates among vulnerable communities.
In an upcoming webcast to celebrate #WomenPharmacistDay, female leaders in pharmacy will discuss the importance of recognizing the impact of women on the pharmacy landscape.
Women who had longer reproductive periods during their lifetimes were found to have a greater risk of dementia in older age compared with those who had shorter reproductive periods.
Women with 2 or more moderate to severe menopause symptoms are at a heightened risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke.