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Pharmacy Today

Therapeutic Area
Clinical Pharmacists, Consultant Pharmacists, Pharmacists
Pharmacy Today provides news and information for pharmacy professionals to improve medication use and advance patient care. Each issue contains in-depth coverage of drugs and diseases, practice trends, and laws and regulations affecting the pharmacy profession. Additional regular features include: • Patient Care Pearls: Practical information for today's practitioners • Continuing Education: The opportunity to earn a minimum of 2 CPE credits each month • New & Approved: New approvals of selected prescription and OTC items • Error Alert: Information to help you recognize and avoid potential drug problems • OTCs Today: Practical information for counseling patients in the OTC aisles • One to One: Communication tools and tips to help pharmacists make the most of their time with patients • Natural Products: Articles on specific therapies • On the Docket: The intricacies of laws affecting the practice of pharmacy • Crossword puzzle • Pharmacists in Action: What APhA staff and pharmacists across the country are doing to enhance and improve the profession
Sponsoring Association(s)
American Pharmacists Association (APhA)
Publisher Name
American Pharmacists Association
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