Pharmacy Times iPad App Unveiled

Pharmacists everywhere are connecting to industry news and insights through a new iPad app that lets you choose where, when, and how you read pharmacy's favorite journal.

iPad Pharmacy Times

The Pharmacy Times iPad app provides a new way to experience the journal. With the advanced functionality offered by the iPad’s user-friendy interface, pharmacists can now swipe, tap, and pinch their way through page after page of entertaining and informative Pharmacy Times features.

From where you read it to how you interact with its built-in multimedia components, the free app is packed with choices designed to engage:

  • Curious about a reference? Tap a link that takes you straight to a Web page with additional resources to guide your research.
  • Want to learn more? Download videos, slideshows, or audio to learn more about a specific topic.
  • Need a challenge? Test your skills with the the popular and newly animated features, "Case Studies" and "Can You Read These Rxs?"
  • Seeking CE credit? Review and complete Pharmacy Times Continuing Professional Education lessons at your convenience.

These benefits, available now in the inaugural issue, are just the beginning of the journal's integration with the iPad platform, according to Tighe Blazier, President of Pharmacy Times. "The evolution of comunication has reached a new level and Pharmacy Times is keeping pace with that changing environment," he said.

Future issues of Pharmacy Times will be published in print, online, and on the iPad, offering pharmacists the opportunity to connect with pharmacy's leading journal in whatever medium best suits their needs.

To download the free app, visit the iTunes store at

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