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Methotrexate Access Becomes Challenging for Some Patients Following Supreme Court Decision on Abortion

Donald Miller, PharmD, discussed how the recent Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade has created confusion around access to methotrexate for patients in some states that are limiting abortion access.

Pharmacy Technicians Burnout Increases as Role in Pharmacy Increases

Donald Klepser, PhD, MBA, professor and dean of academic affairs at the College of Pharmacy in the University of Nebraska Medical Center, discusses how pharmacy technicians can manage their own stress and burnout.

Patients Should Consult Pharmacy Staff Before Taking OTC Medication

Logan Franck, PharmD, BCACP, a clinical associate professor in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, discuses his American Association of Pharmacy Technicians session on over-the-counter medications.

Increased Responsibilities for Pharmacy Technicians Helps Role of Pharmacist

Ryan Burke, PharmD, director of professional affairs at Pharmacy Technician Certification Board, discusses how the changing role of pharmacy technicians has also helped the role of the pharmacist.

Expert: Independent Pharmacies “Layered On” New Patient Services During the Pandemic

Debbie Weitzman of Cardinal Health, discussed how independent retail pharmacies quickly adjusted during the pandemic.

Expert Discusses Advanced Roles for Pharmacy Technicians

Ryan Burke, PharmD, director of professional affairs at Pharmacy Technician Certification Board, discusses more advanced roles for pharmacy technicians and how they can continue to grow beyond their current roles.

Role of Pharmacy Technicians Continues to Grow in Post-COVID-19 Era

Donald Klepser, PhD, MBA, professor and dean of academic affairs at the College of Pharmacy in the University of Nebraska Medical Center, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the role of pharmacy technicians and what is expected as we move forward.

With New Developments in CAR T Therapies, Progress is Being Made for Patients With Multiple Myeloma

From the first approved CAR T therapy for multiple myeloma, to the recently-approved ciltacabtagene autoleucel, significant steps have been taken.

Augmented Intelligence Tool Helps Ensure Timely Referrals to Palliative Care for Patients With Advanced Cancer

An intelligence-based system could help improve the timeliness of referrals to palliative care and hospice services in a community oncology environment.

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