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pharmacist prescribing

When I was a child, my father had a round wooden coin with the letters TUIT embossed on it. Whenever I would procrastinate, he would toss it to me and say "Here's your round TUIT". That was his way of telling me to get around to it; to get whatever I was procrastinating on done. I have to...



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Credentialing and Privileging 101: A Primer for New Practitioners

As our healthcare system becomes increasingly focused on quality and safety, establishing a process to ensure the competence and capabilities of health care professionals, including pharmacists, is becoming increasingly important. This process is known as credentialing and privileging. ...



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How to increase awareness and understanding of the PPMI/PAI among student colleagues

Just as we’ve all heard, if isn’t broke, don’t fix it . At the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy, my SSHP chapter takes great pride in the annual ASHP Pharmacy Practice Model Initiative (PPMI) video competition. Being a previous winner of the prestigious national award ourselves, we...




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Webinar, Spotlight, Case Study, Oh My!

With the school year ending, residency year wrapping up, and the Summer Meeting around the corner, it is certainly the time of the year for transitions. But before the New Practitioner’s Forum Practice Advancement Initiatives Advisory Group (NPF PAIAG) finishes our term, we wanted to share the...



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The boiling frog...

There’s an old (and probably apocryphal) notion that if you try to put a frog in boiling water, they will immediately jump out. But if you put that same frog in a pan of cold water and slowly bring it to a boil, the frog will simply sit there and cook to death. As ugly as that metaphor is, I...