Strategies Pharmacists Can Use to Minimize Negative Patient Outcomes Regarding Controlled Substances

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Daniel Abazia, PharmD, BCPS, clinical assistant professor at Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, talks about strategies pharmacists can use to minimize negative patient outcomes regarding dangerous controlled substances.

Daniel Abazia, PharmD, BCPS, clinical assistant professor at Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, talks about strategies pharmacists can use to minimize negative patient outcomes regarding dangerous controlled substances.

This video was recorded at the 5th annual CE conference in March 2015.

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