Pharmacy’s Role in Managing Medical Misinformation
Are pharmacists obligated to correct medical misinformation they encounter online?
Vaccines, Variants, and More: COVID-19 Year in Review
From variants to vaccines, much has changed in the COVID-19 landscape.
Pharmacogenetic Testing, Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Feasible to Monitor Sertraline Concentrations in Residential Treatment Setting
Pharmacogenetic testing and therapeutic drug monitoring are feasible in the inpatient psychiatric treatment setting.
COVID-19 Stay-At-Home Orders Increased EMS Utilization in United States
Emergency medical services runs increased in all 4 US Census regions.
Prophylactic Benzodiazepine Use May Reduce Seizures in Bupropion Overdose
It is crucial to have a measure to mitigate the possibility of seizures, according to researchers.
Examining The True Cost Of Diabetes Medication
About 1 in 10 individuals in the United States have diabetes. A recent study examines how much they are paying on average for access to treatment for the common disease.
Pharmacist Knowledge of Psilocybin Remains Limited
Survey respondents indicated a lack of comfort around recommending psilocybin therapy to patients.
How Individuals Are Self-Treating Long COVID
New research examines how individuals with continuing COVID-19 symptoms are managing the virus.
How Pharmacists Can Assist Underserved Communities After Natural Disasters
Rural communities are often left without adequate assistance in times of need, but pharmacists can provide crucial care.
Welcome to Phoenix: Things to Do at APhA 2023
As sessions end for the day, head out to explore the city of Phoenix.
Meeting Preview: APhA 2023
APhA 2023 will take place March 24 to March 27 in Phoenix, Arizona
The Future of Pharmacy is Digital
Patients need digital pharmacists to monitor the growing armamentarium of digital therapeutics and the flood of patient-specific data
A Deep Dive for Pharmacists on Social Determinants of Health
Does your zip code actually impact your health?
Paving the Way: Transition from Community to Health System Pharmacy Practice
Making a smooth transition from community pharmacy to health system pharmacy practice is possible, especially for those with marketable skills.
Using Animal and Human Drugs in Veterinary Pharmacy
Some common human drugs are toxic when used in animals.
Video: Sandra Leal, PharmD, MPH, FAPhA, on Advocacy and the Future of Pharmacy
Leal joined Drug Topics® live at APhA 2022.
Simple Steps Toward Reducing Care Disparities in the LGBTQ Community
Understanding gender terms and addressing patients using the right pronouns is vital to decreasing health disparities in the LGBQT community.
Nonopioid Analgesic, Nonpharmacologic Options for Pain Management Reviewed
Combining nonopioid analgesics and nonpharmacologic pain management options with opioid medications can lead to better patient outcomes.
Best Practices for Pharmacy Billing, Payment, and Reimbursement
Change must start in the practice before payment can be delivered.
Shedding Light on Legal, Regulatory Issues Surrounding CBD
CBD is still a gray area for many pharmacists and health care providers.
Determining the Accuracy of Weight-Based Dosing for Pediatric Antibiotics
A baseline of dosing errors can lead to a framework to improve antibiotic prescribing habits.
US Drug Prices Distorted to Favor Pharmacy Benefit Managers
PBMs use hidden rebates and other strategies to rig drug pricing and sidestep regulatory efforts
Opportunity Exists for Patient Education on Concurrent Opioid, Benzodiazepine Use
Results highlight the impact of education on patient understanding of potential adverse events.
APhA “Perennial Favorite” New Drug Review Covers 15 FDA Approvals
The drugs treat a range of conditions, including migraine, Alzhiemer disease, and actinic keratosis.
How to Get Pediatric Immunizations Back on Track
Some parents are still hesitant about vaccinating their children.
Depression a Consequence of Health Disparities Among Sexual Minorities
According to research examining sexual minority patients, depression can be a consequence of health and behavioral disparities.
Want to Teach Teens About Opioid Safety? Try Gamification.
Can an educational game could be an effective way to improve opioid knowledge and safety for teenagers?
Test to Treat, DIR Fees Top Legislative Issues at APhA
APhA priorities include pharmacist reimbursement, PBMs, and DIR fees.
Telehealth Services Evaluated Vs Standard Care for Diabetes
A telehealth intervention may successfully lead to improvements in diabetes management.
Interprofessional Efforts Address Pandemic-Related Gaps in Pediatric Immunization
A pilot program utilized student pharmacists, medical residents, and nurses to facilitate well-child visits.
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