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Medication Safety 17h
Important and interesting technical reports from WHO to facilitate early priority actions and planning to address key areas in medication safety
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TabulaRasaHC 10h
The #1 reason for hospital readmission is "confusion about what prescribed medications should be taken and when..." An innovative TRHC program in Minnesota aims to reduce the confusion and decrease readmissions.
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Thailand Medical News 37m
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The Medication Safety Minute Jun 17
Clarithromycin . .  . a tangled web of interactions. Don't get caught! 🕷
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Coriell Life Sciences 8h
Thanks for joining today's webinar on powered by . Questions? Email Dr. Jeff Shaman, jshaman@coriell.com or visit
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Tamasine Grimes 6h
Important advice needed for patients travelling this week. 😎 Helpful tips here 🌞
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NHS Specialist Pharmacy Service 14h
High Risk medications? Remember NEAR PINCH! Credit:
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Medic Pharmacy Jun 21
We've all missed a dose of our medication(s) before. However, assuming you know what to do can be very dangerous to your health. If you accidentally miss a dose of your prescription, give us a call and we'll guide you on what steps you should take.
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Coriell Life Sciences 9h
“DNA and genetic testing alone is not sufficient. When it comes to individual safety and efficacy — there are SO MANY variables. ” — Dr. Jeff Shaman, + webinar on powered by .
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The Medication Safety Minute Jun 24
High Risk medications? From A PINCH to NEAR PINCH!
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Coriell Life Sciences 9h
“When implementing genetic testing and solutions into your practice, consider how they will really improve quality of life and outcomes for your patients.” — Dr. Jeff Shaman, + webinar on powered by .
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Ciara Kirke Jun 24
Want to learn about the new Campaign for ? Join Tues 2nd July 1-2pm to discover the resources available to you and how they are making a difference in Mayo University Hospital. Register now on
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Coriell Life Sciences 8h
are more at the center of care by working with physicians to manage medications and ‘audition’ alternatives with less risk and more efficacy. ” — Dr. Jeff Shaman, + webinar on powered by .
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Coriell Life Sciences 9h
“Clopidigrel, aka , needs to be activated in the body by an enzyme, . Nearly a third of the U.S. population can’t metabolize clopidigrel.” — Dr. Jeff Shaman, webinar on powered by
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UIPharmacy Jun 24
UI College of Pharmacy student members of the American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) were at Grantwood Elementary for Katy's Kids this past week and educated children on the importance of .
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ConsumerSafety Jun 24
"The online pharmaceutical retailer Valisure reportedly found a fourth probable carcinogenic impurity within several valsartan medications that it tested." For more, check out our newest blog post here:
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Andrew Davies Jun 24
WHO | Medication safety in key action areas - useful documents from ⁦⁩ - transitions of care, polypharmacy and high risk situations for MSO’s🤓 ⁦
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Childrens Healthcare Australasia Jun 23
CHA Medication Safety Forum: 1-2 August 2019 in Perth. For anyone working in children's healthcare with a passion for safe medication use, this annual meeting is not to be missed! For more information and to register, visit:
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MedPro Group Jun 23
ISMP: Selective and proper use of manual independent double checks for high-alert medications can play an important role in medication safety via
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ConsumerSafety Jun 23
A fourth carcinogen was detected in the series of recalls taking place involving various hypertension medications. To learn more, check out this article: via
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