Concerns about adequate protection from COVID-19 have led to several efforts from chain pharmacies to keep pharmacy staff and employees safe.
In a joint statement, the American Medical Association (AMA), American Pharmacists Association (APhA), and American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) have communicated concerns regarding the inappropriate ordering, prescribing, or dispensing of treatments for COVID-19.
The announcement follows their previous commitment to offering COVID-19 testing at local hospitals.
Due to the increased need for albuterol inhalers in hospitals for COVID-19, shortages have been occurring in some areas of the country and will likely continue to affect supplies.
What new gaps will pharmacists need to fill?
Perspectives from pharmacy associations in the states hardest hit with the COVID-19 outbreak.
A CDC analysis of preliminary data suggests that COVID-19 complications can occur in adults of any age.
We asked pharmacists from various settings around the country: “Why did you become a pharmacist, and what keeps you motivated?"
Pharmacy managers and educators offer career advice.
Walk into a pharmacy in 2030 and there’s a good chance you’ll see a pharmacist. And there’s a good chance the pharmacist will have little or nothing to do with dispensing.