Viewpoints

Quit stigmatizing naloxoneEpinephrine saves lives. So does naloxone. Why are they regarded differently?
Pharmacists should get training in naloxone use nowPharmacists are the most accessible healthcare resource. Once trained in naloxone use, we can train our patients in all aspects of opioid use. This will make a difference.
The Rodney Dangerfields of healthcareReally? Still? Why?
Three tips for new pharmacy graduatesRetired pharmacist offers valuable suggestions
Pharmacist surplus could be a good thing—eventuallyDavid H. Kreling, PhD, a professor at the School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin, Madison, and the principal investigator for the ADI project for the Midwest Pharmacy Workforce Consortium, thinks a surplus of pharmacists could spur positive change.