Pharmacy mistakes, Part 3: State BOPs and public safetyWhen 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.
Pharmacists of America: Which side are you on?To relieve intractable working conditions, pharmacists will have to join together. It's time to unionize.
Rx drug use: Treat, don't indictTwo agendas interfere with the delivery of appropriate healthcare services by pharmacists and physicians, and patients take it in the neck.
Race lesson in the pharmacyPharmacists swear an oath to do no harm. But what about patients? Should they be responsible for their behavior toward us?
What happened to community pharmacy?For starters, here's a slice of daily life that every community pharmacist will recognize instantly.
Provider status is fine and dandy, but pharmacists need to get paidIn the pharmacist's hierarchy of needs, which comes first? Provider status? Or getting paid for the work you're doing right now?
How much of pharmacy theory is really based on science?If you're Dennis Miller, the answer is a dozen more questions, and some of them are doozies.
50 pharmacists, 10 familiesThe list of pharmacist families continues to grow by leaps and bounds.
Vitamin D analogues and corticosteroids in the treatment of plaque psoriasisTopical treatment with vitamin D analogs and corticosteroids is the mainstay of first-line therapy for patients with localized psoriasis.