Pharmacists are increasingly being recognized for the value they bring to the table.
Why one pharmacist thinks pharmacy education is being wasted.
Drug errors generally fall into one of four categories—here's how the experts say those errors can be eliminated.
Memorizing reams of drug names and information is tough, but this pharmacist has some tricks to help you out.
A study found that treating patients with rivaroxaban for 45 days after hospital discharge reducedthe rate of nonfatal blood clots, but had no effect on fatal blood clots.
A massive retrospective study compared several non-vitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulants (NOACs) to warfarin.
Tall man lettering is supposed to help reduce medication errors—but some say it doesn’t go far enough.
The September Small Doses brings you the latest news that affects pharmacists.
How a new program is benefiting techs, pharmacists, and patients.
Stopping medication errors in a busy pharmacy isn't an easy fix, but steps must be taken to lessen a serious problem.