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New therapeutic agents marketed in 2022: Part 1
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New therapeutic agents marketed in 2022: Part 1

Four new therapeutic agents are considered in this review, the first in a series of articles on new therapeutic agents marketed in 2022: tirzepatide (Mounjaro–Eli Lilly and Company), daridorexant hydrochloride (Quviviq–Idorsia), tenapanor hydrochloride (Ibsrela–Ardelyx), and vonoprazan fumarate in co-packaging with amoxicillin, and amoxicillin and clarithromycin (Voquezna–Phathom Pharmaceuticals).

Pharmacogenomics in treating mental health disorders
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Pharmacogenomics in treating mental health disorders

Mental health disorders are common, complex to diagnose and treat, and costly to manage. They are also associated with a high risk of morbidity and mortality. Common disorders such as depression and anxiety are among the leading causes of disease burden globally. WHO reports that anxiety disorders affect over 260 million people.

Adrijana Kekic, PharmD, CTLC

What’s on tap: 2023 Beers Criteria update
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What’s on tap: 2023 Beers Criteria update

In 1991, Mark Beers, MD, and colleagues at University of California Los Angeles developed the Beers Criteria to identify potentially inappropriate medication (PIM) for nursing home residents. Since their initial release, the Beers Criteria has been updated six times and expanded the criteria to apply to all adults 65 years and older.

Katie Meyer, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP, and Hailey Mook, PharmD

New therapeutic agents marketed in 2022: Part 2
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New therapeutic agents marketed in 2022: Part 2

In 1991, Mark Beers, MD, and colleagues at University of California Los Angeles developed the Beers Criteria to identify potentially inappropriate medication (PIM) for nursing home residents. Since their initial release, the Beers Criteria has been updated six times and expanded the criteria to apply to all adults 65 years and older.

Daniel A. Hussar, PhD

For your health: Managing chronic stress to prevent burnout
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For your health: Managing chronic stress to prevent burnout

Job-related stress and burnout are at all-time highs across professions. In the 2023 American Psychological Association (APA) Work in America Survey, 77% of workers reported experiencing work-related stress in the last month, and 57% reported experiencing negative impacts because of work-related stress.

Cynthia Knapp Dlugosz, BSPharm, NBC-HWC, Artemis Health Care Communications, Ann Arbor, MI

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