• Growing confidence in the life sciences industry and the currency of individual experience has given patient centricity an injection of new life. It has also been essential in suppressing the coronavirus and establishing humanity’s position in the race against time
  • Collaborative working is a cornerstone of the government’s White Paper for the NHS, but how can pharmaceutical companies best get in on the act? Wilmington Healthcare’s Oli Hudson looks at six distinct ways in which industry can partner with NHS organisations to mutual advantage
  • Jenny Ousbey outlines what we’ve learnt from the Patient Partnership Index 2021
  • Why are 66% of people living with epilepsy out of work?
  • Sarah Scanlon, Janssen UK, Business Unit Director, Oncology, Haematology and Cardiopulmonary
  • Thom Renwick, strategic lead for ophthalmology, Roche UK, talks to PharmaTimes about the future for UK ophthalmology and key learnings from COVID-19
  • David was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 48. He talks to PharmaTimes about his experiences with this degenerative, neurological condition
  • Alf Goebel looks at what the pharmaceutical sector needs to do to ensure it is fit for digital purpose and takes its place at the top of the digital maturity rankings rather than hiding away at the bottom
  • Modifying practices to assess pandemic-era real-world data
  • Martin Price explores key learnings from the past 18 months
  • With so many similarities in symptoms for both COVID-19 and influenza, misdiagnoses can occur when infection is not confirmed by a laboratory test. Community pharmacies are positioned as the front line of defense when patients present with […]
  • During a session on health equity for pharmacists at APhA’s 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting in March 2021, Meagen Rosenthal, PhD, asked pharmacists to look at the health inequities that are specific to their community or the disease […]
  • The term digital health sounds enticing: it’s optimistic and appealingly future-oriented. But what does it really mean? Recently, I realized that I had been thinking of digital health as something that could be layered on top of […]
  • In a recent conversation with a patient’s wife, Justin Ruffridge, PharmD, learned a lot more about the patient’s condition than he expected.
  • Cultural and diversity issues are front and center in today’s society. Importantly, they often affect patients’ acceptance of and adherence to self-care treatment plans, which include a range of individual health behaviors, such as health maintenance, use […]
  • Drug class: Type I interferon receptor antagonist.
  • Incorporation of a pharmacist-led penicillin allergy skin testing (PAST) service into a community hospital’s antimicrobial program substantially improved the use of preferred antimicrobial therapies, according to data published in the June 15, 2021 issue of the American […]
  • Here are some of the top questions pharmacists are getting after patients have been vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2.
  • “APhA provides me with a distinguished network of student, new practitioner, and experienced pharmacist colleagues and mentors. Staying engaged in the organization regularly puts me in contact with individuals who inspire and challenge me. These benefits keep […]
  • Keeping the pharmacy workforce safe from hazardous drugs has come into focus recently. Although USP Chapter is not yet enforceable, some institutions have decided to put its requirements in place, especially as it relates to personal protective equipment […]

 

 

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Grand Rapids, MI, 49546
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