Live Webinar: Introduction to Homeopathic Medicines for Veterinary Pharmacists

2024-07-19T15:55:22-05:00July 10th, 2024|Categories: Continuing Education, Veterinary Pharmacy, Veterinary Pharmacy - Small Animals, Webinars|Tags: , , , , , |

Introduction to Homeopathic Medicines for Veterinary Pharmacists Date and Time of Activity Wednesday, August 14, 2024 2 pm EDT/1 pm CDT/12 noon MDT/11 am PDT Overview — Homeopathic medicines have been used for over 200 years in humans, plants, and animals. They have been recognized as drugs by the FDA since 1938 and are [...]

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Pregabalin for Felines—ON-DEMAND

2024-05-14T12:14:47-05:00May 14th, 2024|Categories: Continuing Education, Veterinary Pharmacy, Veterinary Pharmacy - Small Animals, Webinars|Tags: , , , , , |

Pregabalin for Felines This webinar was originally presented on April 24, 2024. Overview — Transportation anxiety is common in felines and can prevent owners from providing optimal care due to the stress and complications of simply getting to the veterinarian. Pregabalin, alprazolam, and trazodone, FDA approved for human use, are some of the current [...]

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Live Webinar: Pregabalin for Felines

2024-04-15T12:05:18-05:00April 1st, 2024|Categories: Continuing Education, Veterinary Pharmacy, Veterinary Pharmacy - Small Animals, Webinars|Tags: , , , , , |

Pregabalin for Felines Date and Time of CE Activity Wednesday, April 24, 2024 2 pm EDT/1 pm CDT/12 noon MDT/11 am PDT Overview — Transportation anxiety is common in felines and can prevent owners from providing optimal care due to the stress and complications of simply getting to the veterinarian. Pregabalin, alprazolam, and trazodone, FDA approved [...]

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FDA Approves First Generic Cyclosporine Oral Solution for Cats for Treatment of Allergic Dermatitis

2023-04-13T09:47:18-05:00April 14th, 2023|Categories: News Release, Veterinary Pharmacy - Small Animals|Tags: |

While Atopica has been approved for dermatitis in dogs and cats for many years, a generic modified cyclosporine oral solution, Modulis (Provetica, LLC) has now been approved for cats by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. A generic equivalent to Atopica for dogs, Cyclavance, was approved in October 2020. It is important to [...]

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Diabetic Pets Could Also Benefit From Insulin Price Cuts

2024-06-03T15:37:08-05:00March 13th, 2023|Categories: Diabetes, News Release, Veterinary Pharmacy - Large Animals, Veterinary Pharmacy - Small Animals|Tags: |

Drugmaker Eli Lilly announced earlier this month that it is lowering the price of the most commonly used forms of insulin by 70%, a move that could benefit owners of insulin-dependent diabetic pets. Diabetes affects one in 308 dogs and one in 230 cats in the US.  Owners of diabetic pets have seen insulin [...]

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APhA Recent Practice Areas Update Recognizes “Veterinary Pharmacy”

2023-02-28T12:23:29-06:00February 28th, 2023|Categories: News Release, Veterinary Pharmacy - Exotics, Veterinary Pharmacy - Large Animals, Veterinary Pharmacy - Small Animals|Tags: |

BREAKING NEWS: A recent update to the APhA website added "veterinary" to the drop down menu for the type of pharmacy practice setting—we have finally graduated from "Other"! Many thanks to APhA for their recognition of pharmacy professionals who serve non-human patients. "This recognition is one milestone along our path to further the profession [...]

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ACVP Proposal to Expand Definition of “Patient” Approved by APhA House of Delegates

2021-03-17T17:45:08-05:00March 17th, 2021|Categories: News Release, Uncategorized, Veterinary Pharmacy - Exotics, Veterinary Pharmacy - Large Animals, Veterinary Pharmacy - Small Animals|Tags: |

ACVP Proposal to Expand Definition of “Patient” Approved by APhA House of Delegates Inclusion of “non-human species” acknowledges pharmacists’ wider scope of care The APhA House of Delegates approved a proposal on March 15 from new member ACVP to recognize the ability of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to provide care for animals as well as [...]

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Engage Your Customers with Pet Safety Tips as part of Pet Preparedness Month

2021-03-17T15:09:33-05:00June 19th, 2018|Categories: Public/Community Health, Uncategorized, Veterinary Pharmacy - Small Animals|

June is National Pet Preparedness Month — easy to use digital resources from the US Department of Homeland Security are easily customized for your Veterinary Pharmacy. Click to access Pet Preparedness ToolKit  Some additional suggestions: Have a "My Pet & Me" selfie content on your pharmacy Facebook page to encourage customers & the community to have [...]

Pharmacists Rank Second Again Among Gallup’s Most Trusted Professionals

2024-05-29T08:22:09-05:00November 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 

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