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Two giants in pharmacy: Two important legacies

In the past month, the profession of pharmacy has lost two very prominent leaders; Thomas Temple, longtime executive director of the Iowa Pharmacists Association; and Dominique Jordan, president of the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) and former president of the Swiss Pharmacists Association (pharmaSuisse). I had the good fortune to know both of these gentlemen and I learned lessons from them that I thought would be worth passing on to those who read this blog. This is a tribute to both of their legacies.


Pharmacy Organizations Establish Pharmacy Workforce Suicide Awareness Day

(Washington, DC) — Today, the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), in partnership with the American Pharmacists Association (APhA), released the following statement on establishing Pharmacy Workforce Suicide Awareness Day to be recognized annually on September 20 as part of September’s Suicide Prevention Month.


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Obesity-related CVD deaths tripled, highest for Black women

A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association revealed that heart disease is linked to fewer deaths among Americans in general, but CV deaths with obesity as a primary factor tripled between 1999 and 2020.

ADHD med errors for children happen more often than they should

Researchers say more therapeutic errors involving ADHD medications among children are being reported to poison control centers across the country. According to a new study in Pediatrics, they have increased nearly 300% over a 22-year period.