Brittany Myers-O'Shea, PharmD
Everything you need to know about WCH from diagnosis, treatment, and a review of the literature.
Five ways to truly stand out, and make a great impression on IPPE and APPE rotations.
Do you think it is time to find a new job or career path? There are 6 signs you should not ignore and encourage you to seek new employment.
Information regarding the opioid crisis, lofexidine hydrochloride versus clonidine, and clinical pearls that pharmacists should know about.
Abbott has released its newest system for type 1 and 2 diabetes.
This extended-release injectable suspension aims to prevent relapse in opioid-dependent patients after detox and treat alcoholism.
This article contains a great snapshot into U-500 education to further your knowledge and promote patient safety.
If you are becoming a pharmacy manager, here are some dos and don'ts to help you lead your team to success.
Approximately 50 million individuals have reported symptoms of acne vulgaris, a chronic inflammation of the skin consisting of whiteheads, blackheads, papules, pustules, or nodules.
A few years ago, celiac disease was the popular gastrointestinal disorder. In the last year or so, though, irritable bowel syndrome has seemingly taken over.
A new pack of pharmacy interns has flooded the field to perfect their knowledge prior to graduation in May.
New pharmacy school graduates seeking licensing in New York State (NYS) will soon take the NYS Wet Lab.
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