Networking: The ability to make yourself uncomfortableFor true networking to occur one has to give of oneself, and maybe not so ready to be on the take.
We Missed the Bus the First Time AroundI missed that Dietary Supplement Bus in 1994-- and so did the pharmacy profession.
Keys to Minimizing Prescription Drug ErrorsThere are at least three major areas of concern
Appearance matters: A legible label is the least we can doWhether you like it or not, your patients are paying attention, and judging all of us.
Do Clothes Make the Pharmacist?People are looking--and judging.
When someone else pays, Rx costs soarWhy are Rx drugs so expensive? No one seems to have a good answer.
The red pen rules: How to prevent pharmacy errorAnxious new pharmacists get a shot in the arm from columnist Pete Kreckel, RPh.
Drug take-back: A call for a permanent solutionA coordinated effort needs to be made to preserve the health and safety of life on earth.
How to find satisfaction and reward in your pharmacy careerThere are so many opportunities for pharmacists out there. Technology can help uncover them, and we can follow them to a fulfilling career.
Medicare drug costs should parallel those of MedicaidMedicare should have the same authority that Medicaid has to negotiate drug prices directly with manufacturers. If the government can do it for one program, it can do it for another.