The official advocacy organization for pharmacist women in the United States
Pharmacist Moms Group™
Over 6 Million posts, comments and reactions in 2020
60,000+ Followers on social media platforms
The Largest Community of Women Pharmacists in the US
Founded in 2017, Pharmacists Moms Group was created to provide women pharmacists the opportunity to network, collaborate and offer genuine feedback in a closed-door, trusted setting. The organization has quickly grown to over 45,000 members and 60,000 followers on our social media platforms.
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Read on to learn more about Jennifer’s path to pharmacy ownership, and to learn how COVID-19 and the Oregon wildfires have impacted her business.
Miss America 2020, Camille Schrier, has been a proud, self-described “science nerd” for as long as she can remember. We caught up with Camille to get a student’s perspective on the future of the profession.
The approval marks isavuconazonium sulfate as the only granted azole antifungal therapy for pediatric individuals AI and IM that are as young as 1 years old.
Study results indicate insignificant differences between PFS and OS in patients with HR[+]/HER2[-] breast cancer who received either palbociclib-letrozole or palbociclib-fulvestrant treatment.
Cole Daniels, PharmD, BCPS, discusses a quality improvement initiative for glycemic outcomes with pharmacist management of insulin.
Tera Moore, PharmD, BCACP, discusses how the integration of pharmacists into team-based models could benefit patient access to care in rural populations.
In an interview at the 2023 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, Ana Ferrigno Guajardo, MD, discussed research into the safety and efficacy of taxane-based chemotherapy use in pregnant patients with breast cancer.
This finding can be a first step toward getting more infants to HIV remission, allowing them to remain off antiretroviral drugs for longer periods.