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27th Annual William R. Bacon Memorial Breakfast & Public Health Town Hall Meeting at CPhA’s Western Pharmacy Exchange in Los Angeles, April 14

2019-04-04T09:51:01-05:00March 12th, 2019|Hepatitis C, Medical Cannabis, Pharmacist Training, Pharmacists, Prescription Drug Errors, Womens Health|

Public Health Town Hall & Breakfast Pharmacists Planning Service, Inc. (PPSI) and ACA Foundation (ACA), in conjunction with California Pharmacists Association (CPhA), Pharmacy Defense Fund (PDF), and Independent Pharmacists Association (IPA) Present the 27th Annual William R. Bacon Memorial Breakfast & Public Health Town Hall Meeting Sunday, April 14, 2019 7:00 AM - [...]

Pharmacists Rank Second Again Among Gallup’s Most Trusted Professionals

2019-07-16T16:20:06-05:00November 21st, 2016|Acute Care, ADD/ADHD, Administration/Management, Adverse Drug Reactions, AIDS / HIV, Allergies, Alternative Medicine, Alzheimers/Dementia, Asthma, Compliance, Compounding, COPD, Cultural Diversity, Depression/Bipolar, Diabetes, Dyslipidemia / Cholesterol, E-Prescribing, Endocrinology, Ethics, Hepatitis C, HIPAA, Hypertension / Blood Pressure, Immunizations, Infertility, Marijuana, Marijuana Legalization, Medical Cannabis, Medication Safety, Men's Health, Mental Health, Naloxone, Nutrition, Obesity / Weight management, Opioid Epidemic, Opioid Safety, Pain Management, Pallative Care / Hospice, Pharmaceutical TakeBack, Pharmacist Training, Pharmacists, Pharmacy Law, Preceptor/Mentor Training, Prescription Cost, Prescription Drug Errors, Preventative Care, Provider Status, Public/Community Health, Regulatory Issues, Rheumatology, Risk Management, Smoking Cessation, Sports Medicine, STD's, Substance Abuse, Technology, Telemedicine / Telepharmacy, USP 795, USP 797, USP 800, Veterinary Pharmacy - Exotics, Veterinary Pharmacy - Large Animals, Veterinary Pharmacy - Small Animals, Womens Health|

Top-three recognition for 14th straight year shows importance of pursuing a pro-pharmacy, pro-patient policy agenda, NACDS says 12.21.2016 "The takeaway for policymakers is that the pharmacist-patient relationship has tremendous potential to do even more to improve patient health and well-being, along with the overall quality and affordability of healthcare." click here to read the story 

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