On March 28, 2020, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration of the US) posted some fact sheets for patients/caregivers and Health care providers for the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Of Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate And Chloroquine Phosphate For Treatment Of Covid-19 In Certain Hospitalized Patients. Below are links to each of the fact sheets. It is […]

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With the recent announcement by US President Donald Trump that Chloroquine or Hydroxychloroquine may be useful for the treatment of the new pandemic virus COVID-19, there have been questions about the safety of these medications and the difference between the two medications. I will attempt to describe these medications as simply as possible while pointing […]

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Considering the fact that we have many unemployed, underemployed or employed but unhappy pharmacists, I would like to run this idea by participants on the forum. I have practiced Pharmacy both in the US and abroad and the frustration experienced by Pharmacists are the same. Very few pharmacists get employment opportunities that relate to what […]

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10 Top Things your Local Pharmacist wants you to know Pharmacists in general are healthcare professionals who are involved in all aspects of medicine delivery to patients. Your Pharmacist prepares and packages medication(s) that a doctor has prescribed and also recommends and sells medications over the counter (OTC) if needed. Your Pharmacist will explain what […]

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Contributed by Oluwole A Williams BPharm(Ife), PharmD(Howard) Manufacturer instructions that accompany drug products may or may not have a graphic art for guidance on how to use a particular drug or pharmaceutical formulation; Physicians, pharmacists, nurses, veterinarians and other healthcare practitioners are often relied upon by the patient to provide adequate medication use guides. Most […]

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As simply stated by Solomon et al.(2010) “you will not succeed in global business today if you don’t understand, appreciate and know how to manage across cultures. No matter how smart you are, how innately talented, or how technically competent, without intercultural skills you will not achieve your potential.” (Solomon et al. 2010, pg.24) The […]

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According to Wickramasinghe et. al (2009) it is well established that both tacit knowledge and explicit knowledge are important. First I would like to define both kinds of knowledge and describe how each is used in an organization as extracted from the table by Smith (2001). Explicit knowledge is academic knowledge or ‘‘know-what’’ that is […]

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Communication, trust and understanding are keys to successful Knowledge Management in healthcare. There is still a lot of work that needs to be done to build a knowledge-sharing culture in healthcare. Why? ” Communication, trust and understanding”, these words sound like something that would come from a marriage counselor. However, it is very true and […]

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Interested in growing your business? There are a variety of ways to do so; but how do you know which strategy is right for your venture? Below is an interesting article from Gembah.com This article originally appeared on: https://gembah.com/what-is-a-market-product-grid/ A market product grid helps companies plot out their growth strategy and visualize the risks associated […]

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