Monthly Archives: November 2016

Pharmacists Rank Second Again Among Gallup’s Most Trusted Professionals

2020-07-27T10:34:43-05:00November 21st, 2016|Categories: Acute Care, ADD/ADHD, Administration/Management, Adverse Drug Reactions, AIDS / HIV, Allergies, Alternative Medicine, Alzheimers/Dementia, Asthma, Compliance, Compounding, COPD, Cultural Diversity, Depression/Bipolar, Diabetes, Dyslipidemia / Cholesterol, E-Prescribing, Endocrinology, Ethics, Hepatitis C, HIPAA, Hypertension / Blood Pressure, Immunizations, Infertility, Marijuana, Marijuana Legalization, Medical Cannabis, Medication Safety, Men's Health, Mental Health, Naloxone, Nutrition, Obesity / Weight management, Opioid Epidemic, Opioid Safety, Pain Management, Pallative Care / Hospice, Pharmaceutical TakeBack, Pharmacist Training, Pharmacists, Pharmacy Law, Preceptor/Mentor Training, Prescription Cost, Prescription Drug Errors, Preventative Care, Provider Status, Public/Community Health, Regulatory Issues, Rheumatology, Risk Management, Smoking Cessation, Sports Medicine, STD's, Substance Abuse, Technology, Telemedicine / Telepharmacy, USP 795, USP 797, USP 800, Veterinary Pharmacy - Exotics, Veterinary Pharmacy - Large Animals, Veterinary Pharmacy - Small Animals, Womens Health|

Top-three recognition for 14th straight year shows importance of pursuing a pro-pharmacy, pro-patient policy agenda, NACDS says 12.21.2016 "The takeaway for policymakers is that the pharmacist-patient relationship has tremendous potential to do even more to improve patient health and well-being, along with the overall quality and affordability of healthcare." click here to read the story 

ACA Launches Clinical Program for Pharmacists to Address PPI Overuse

2016-11-21T15:14:19-06:00November 21st, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|

The American College of Apothecaries and DitchYourPPI.com have launched a continuing education program designed to train pharmacists in working with physicians and other health care providers to provide a medication tapering system for patients taking prescription and over the counter Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs). “Thousands of patients are “stuck” on acid reflux medication, unable to […] [...]

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