Integrative pharmacy: Changing public perceptions You know how integrative pharmacy is practiced. Here's what to do about the pushback. How pharmacists should be fighting the heroin epidemic Once we as individuals in the healthcare profession finally begin to accept addiction as a disease and not a moral failing, the affected individuals will have a better chance at recovery and we will gain a better understanding of this epidemic. Pharmacists respond: Is job satisfaction too much to ask? December 09, 2015 By Mark Lowery Editor In his recent, two-part series, Dennis Miller opined that large, enviable paychecks are still plentiful, but job satisfaction remains elusive for many pharmacists working for retail chains. Key performance metrics and age discrimination in pharmacy November 22, 2015 By Eddie Morales RPh Since age discrimination is illegal, managers are going to look for a workaround. That's where key performance metrics come in. Is job satisfaction too much to ask? Part 2 October 21, 2015 By Dennis Miller RPh Could some pharmacists be the victims of their own misplaced expectations? Is job satisfaction too much to ask? October 07, 2015 By Dennis Miller RPh As existential questions go, it's a big one for pharmacists. Here's Dennis Miller's answer. Pharmacists write in, Part 2: Why mistakes happen August 26, 2015 By Dennis Miller RPh Here's more of what blew up Dennis Miller's mailbox. Pharmacists write in: Worst mistakes, Part 1 August 19, 2015 By Dennis Miller RPh Pharmacists open up about the ones that haunt their dreams. Pharmacy mistakes, Part 3: State BOPs and public safety August 05, 2015 By Dennis Miller RPh When people are injured by pharmacy mistakes, it is a public safety issue. Where are the state boards of pharmacy? Who is to blame for pharmacy mistakes? When multiple factors are involved, the issues may not be as clear-cut as you think.