ASHPOfficial

ASHPOfficial

ASHPOfficial is the premier podcast of ASHP and the collective voice of our 50,000 members in health-system pharmacy. Through interviews and discussions with pharmacy thought leaders, ASHPOfficial will explore issues related to public health, medication use, and supporting the professional practice of pharmacists in hospitals, health systems, ambulatory clinics, and other settings. To learn more about ASHP, please visit ashp.org.

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May 27, 2022 29 min

This podcast episode provides an overview of how healthcare providers may initiate transitions of care services. Speakers share both successes and challenges experienced when implementing their own transitions of care services as well as how they were able to overcome barriers. 

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recently updated the pneumococcal vaccination recommendations and guidelines to include two newly approved vaccines. The updated guidelines provide a more streamlined method for patients across age and risk groups. 

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This podcast episode discusses strategies to improve engagement, emotional components of retention and job satisfaction, and methods to recognize the valuable role technicians provide in patient care. With the heightened national issue around healthcare burnout and how this impacts professional satisfaction and retention for pharmacy technicians this discussion provides insights how organizations have made improvements to support t...

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In this podcast episode, Dr. Tristan Maiers, Dr. Alicia Mattson, and Dr. Kristen Baron discuss their respective articles entitled, “Impact of a pharmacist-led telehealth oral chemotherapy clinic”, “Description of telepharmacy services by emergency medicine pharmacists”, and “Evaluation of a remote hybrid staffing model for ambulatory clinical pharmacists in a pediatric health system during the COVID-19 pandemic”, which were publish...

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During this podcast, we will be talking with Tina Claypool. We will discuss her involvement with Kentucky Society of Health-System Pharmacists (KSHP) Women in Pharmacy Committee and the integration of students with state affiliates. This relationship is beneficial by encouraging professional growth, mentorship, and furthering the provision of pharmacy care. The audience will gain insight on inclusion and how to involve themselves w...

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Safety is at the forefront of all processes in the pharmacy department. ASHP has been a champion of safety since the organization originated more than 75 years ago.

ASHP received funding from the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Safe Use Initiative to develop and implement national standardized concentrations for IV and oral liquid medications. This is the first national inter-professional (physicians, pharmacists, nurses) init...

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This podcast episode looks at successful patient mental health support programs and the approaches the programs used to be successful. The moderator and guests discuss methodologies and strategies that will help listeners better understand how to implement a successful patient mental health support program at their site. 

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This podcast episode is a special edition as part of ASHP’s recognition of Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. This episode provides an engaging interview with three pharmacy leaders who have had successful careers and contributed significantly to health system professional associations. Binita Patel, Ashley Ramp, and Chris Scott will share their insights on their professional journeys as pharmacists and association...

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With several choices for oral anticoagulation in Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation (NVAF), it is critical for pharmacists to be able to account for patient specific factors when selecting the most appropriate anticoagulant. 

To learn more, visit www.ashpadvantage.com/nvaf

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May 19, 2022 24 min

This podcast episode provides an overview of vaping with an additional emphasis on use in the adolescent population. Topics will include an overview of vaping devices, changes in adolescent use over the past several years, and management of associated lung injury.

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In this podcast episode, members of the New Practitioners Forum Career Development Advisory Group interview two pharmacy leaders on their perspectives of impostor syndrome and how it's impacted their personal and professional lives. The speakers help define impostor syndrome and provide words of wisdom to new practitioners and beyond when facing impostor syndrome. For additional resources on combatting impostor syndrome, check ...

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Within a health system, student pharmacists on rotation often are responsible for making numerous clinical interventions. However, oftentimes students are not engaged in the clinical intervention documentation, and do not have the opportunity to practice and develop their documentation skills prior to going into independent practice as a pharmacist. In this episode of Educator Essentials, we talk about implementing a standardized m...

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Specialty pharmacy practice doesn’t always mean exotic or expensive drugs; it's often the work done to get those products paid for and ensure patient access and timely start of therapy. Members of this group outline what work really makes their team special and how they contribute to patient care.

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This episode provides an overview of the available weight loss medications and walks through how to approach a patient case. 

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Medication excipients (often-referred to as inactive ingredients) provide several functions, such as serving as binders, disintegrants, solubilizers, preservatives, and/or assisting with pH adjustment. However, medication excipients may cause adverse events or allergic reactions in some patients. Several regulatory and technological gaps exist that hinder practitioners from preventing adverse events and allergic reactions related t...

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This podcast episode explores the intersection of clinical pain management and the relatively newer concept of “opioid stewardship” within the context of pharmacy practice. Listeners will receive an overview of institutional pain management and opioid stewardship programs, as well as learn how these conceptual frameworks for healthcare practice compare and contrast. 

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This podcast episode will provide an overview of pharmacy informatics and how residency programs in this field can help learners prepare to become an informaticist.   

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May 7, 2022 24 min

Join members from the ASHP Section of Inpatient Care Practitioners Compounding Section Advisory Group for a discussion on “Compounding Conundrums.” Each speaker will reflect on a recent challenge they have faced, briefly describe the challenge, and discuss how they addressed it. We aim to share innovative approaches to problems faced by our pharmacy peers, specifically those involved with or overseeing compounded sterile preparatio...

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This podcast episode explores leadership strategies and skills needed to stay relevant in healthcare. The speakers describe how they keep up with the changes in managing healthcare technology, as well as how ASHP has contributed to their ability to keep pace with these changes.

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In this podcast episode, listeners will learn about the journey of few health-system specialty pharmacies and their need for accreditation to support their clinical services and operations. In addition, listeners will learn strategies to address ongoing maintenance and compliance of the standards set by the accrediting body before re-accreditation.

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