Assessing Patient Eligibility for Hormonal Contraception


In this clip, Brooke Griffin, PharmD, from Midwestern University, discusses the pharmacist's role in assessing patient eligibility for hormonal contraception.

At the American Pharmacists Association's Annual Meeting (APhA2018), in Nashville, Tennessee, attendees learned about the evolving role of community pharmacists in managing women's contraceptive care at a continuing education session led by Brooke Griffin, PharmD, BCACP. In this clip, Dr. Griffin, who is a professor of pharmacy practice at Midwestern University, discusses the pharmacist's role in assessing a patient's eligibility for hormonal contraception.

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