Patients who plan to travel out of the country need to think about their meds BEFORE they leave home. Here are some tips to keep the holiday happy.
A Texas med-adherence program tailored to the cultural and linguistic needs of seniors brought pharmacists to patients in community-based residential facilities.
Drug Topics' 2015 Salary Survey finds that according to most respondents, pharmacy is still a rewarding profession.
The goal of this program is to educate pharmacists and pharmacy technicians about the legal and regulatory pathways for biosimilars approved by the US FDA.
By expanding their focus on health and wellness, pharmacists can provide better patient care and keep their businesses competitive.
How was business in 2015? What do you see coming in 2016? Drug Topics' annual business outlook survey took your input and put it all together.
The next time your patient asks about inactive ingredients, you can find an answer quickly at www.allergyfreerx.com.
The goal of this activity is to provide pharmacists with an overview of management options for the most common causes of cough in outpatient settings.
The American Medication Association favors a ban on direct-to-consumer advertising for prescription drugs as part of its policy in an effort to make prescription drugs more affordable. Do you agree?
Community pharmacy residency programs are springing up across the country. Here's what they have to offer.