Examining Barriers to Reproductive Care for Women with Disabilities
The risks of poor health, more health care needs, and gynecological cancer are significantly increased in patients with disabilities.
Pharmacists Must Join Advocacy Efforts to Help Move the Profession Forward
Drug Topics recently sat down with Steve Hoffart, PharmD, owner and PIC at Magnolia Pharmacy north of Houston, to discuss the importance of pharmacists getting involved in advocacy.
The Importance of Pharmacists in Care Teams for Pregnant People with Diabetes
A Q&A with Diana Isaacs, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, BC-ADM, CDCES, FADCES, FCCP, director of education and training in diabetes technology at the Cleveland Clinic.
Podcast: Is The Pharmacy World Prepared For DSCSA?
Todd Eury of the Pharmacy Podcast Network is joined by Josh Bolin of the NABP to talk about DSCSA, what benefits it will provide, and how to make sure your pharmacy is ready when it goes into effect this November.
Pharmacists in California Stop Flavoring Medication for Children Due to New Rules
Federal guidance from the United States Pharmacopeia characterizes the practice as drug compounding, which pharmacists fear may drive up prices.
Examining Barriers to Care in Diabetic Retinopathy Screening
Prior research has shown the association between various socioeconomic variables and lower adherence to diabetic retinopathy screening, but few have elaborated on the patient perspective to understand the reason behind this association.
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