NEW! Equitable Community Access to Pharmacist Services Act (ECAPS)

Introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives on March 24, 2022, the Equitable Community Access to Pharmacist Services Act, H.R. 7213, would authorize pharmacists to provide care and receive reimbursement for pandemic-related services for our nation’s seniors.

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APhA’s Learning Library

We’re excited to announce the launch of the new APhA Learning Library! This new platform will make it easier than ever for you to get the education you need. Read about some key highlights of our new system.

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Community Pharmacy Workplace Summit

APhA is committed to facilitating meaningful dialogue between pharmacy management, pharmacy team members, and other stakeholders that result in improved workplaces, well-being, and ability to meet ethical obligations to patient safety.

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Workplace conditions and well-being

We hear you! Your pharmacy workplace is stressed and stretched. You have rapidly growing concerns for patient safety. Still, you are there—every day—to care for your patients despite conditions that seem to be working against you.


APhA statement on Texas Mass Shooting

WASHINGTON, DC—The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) is deeply saddened by the horrific mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, elementary school in which a gunman took the lives of at least 19 young children and two dedicated teachers.


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New screening guidelines for diabetes and prediabetes seem to lead to better detection rates

A new analysis finds that the uptake of 2021 U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) guidelines and 2022 American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommendations has had a positive effect on detection rates for prediabetes and undiagnosed diabetes.

Pharmacists reviewing antimicrobial prescriptions in transitions of care practice model reduced harm

A study in JAMA Network Open found that pharmacists can play a key role in enhancing antimicrobial prescribing during transitions of care.