Over the past 6 years, we have posed 70 poll questions to pharmacists visiting our website.
Stakeholders increasingly recognize pharmacists’ value to the healthcare system.
The number of people with Alzheimer’s disease is expected to double or triple by the year 2050.
Safe-disposal programs for unused medications are important for mitigating drug abuse.
Pharmacists should be aware of symptoms and be cautious when consulting with patients.
Pharmacists who counsel patients should exercise caution and transparency in discussing a drug’s off-label uses until a specific court ruling is made.
Despite the efforts of law enforcement, many Internet pharmacies continue to sell and ship illegal prescription drugs to patients.
Although imperfect, the ACA is a necessary stepping-stone to better healthcare delivery.
Certain medications are often sold outside of official channels.
A more effective way of getting terminally ill patients experimental drugs from pharmaceutical companies is needed.
Should pharmacists be involved in preparing medications for use in lethal injections?
Cigarettes and other tobacco products should not be sold in pharmacies.
Marijuana should be clinically tested if it is to be approved by federal law.
Is this just the beginning of the FDA monitoring all licensed pharmacies?
If you suspect that a colleague is addicted to opioids, notify someone who can provide immediate help.
In pharmacy, the delicate balance between business and profession must be maintained.
Pharmacists are some of the most service-oriented professionals in health care.
Data support pharmacists' value in improving health care outcomes and lowering costs.
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