RevUp! Pharmacy Podcast

RevUp! Pharmacy Podcast

The RevUp! Pharmacy Podcast places the spotlight on pharmacists and those within the pharmacy profession who are stepping outside the box in the healthcare space. These individuals portray the many different paths within the pharmacy profession and we want to showcase their amazing stories and talents! The RevUp! Pharmacy Podcast is sponsored by Innovation Compounding - a sterile and nonsterile 503a compounding pharmacy licensed in 49 states.

Episodes

May 20, 2022 20 min

Marketing your pharmacy or small business is not something that is taught in pharmacy school or the medical field in general!

Today, we hear from Bridget Hanna of Independent Edge Consulting. Bridget's passion for the profession and background in compounding pharmacy and marketing puts her in a very unique position to understand what is required when it comes to showcasing your business to your patients and providers. 

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Listen as we highlight another amazing pharmacist who is "stepping out of the box" in the pharmacy profession and is discussing the ins and outs of low dose naltrexone, it benefits in the body, and current medical uses and literature. 

Pharmacist Michelle Moser, of Makers Pharmacy in Mount Vernon, is an expert in the pharmacology of low dose naltrexone and has dedicated her practice to researching, educating, and training pr...

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In this episode, we're talking with Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach Lori Harrison about IV Nutritional Therapy and how you can use IV/IM Nutrition to grow your practice or clinic. Traditionally used in emergency department environments to replenish dehydrated patients, IV/IM Nutrition is now known to help patients with a wide range of other health conditions such as nutrient deficiencies, low energy, immune system ...

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In this episode, we're talking with Dr. Casey Green about the controversial vitamin, vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid. We will take a deep dive into how vitamin C works in our bodies, why it is important, common myths surrounding ascorbic acid, and low/high dosing of vitamin C. 

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Casey Greene, PharmD, IFMCP is a clinical pharmacist specializing in Nutrition Support and IV Therapy. Dr. Green currently holds ...

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In this episode, we're talking with Dr. Sierra Richard, a women's health pharmacist dedicated to helping empower women to take control of their health and wellness by equipping them with the knowledge and power to ask questions.

Learn about her role in women's care from behind the pharmacy counter of a hospital, and what's she's doing in her spare time to increase awareness for the pharmacists role in patient car...

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Pharmacists are an integral part of the healthcare team and can provide proactive care for patients. Medications may produce unwanted side effects or have a negative impact on nutritional wellness. Pharmacists can help to overcome this by providing information about how to prevent or manage these side effects through dietary supplements. 

In this podcast, we're talking with John Preckshot, R.Ph., CCN, FAARM, Director of Wellness...

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Your skin is your body's largest organ, so it's essential to take good care of it. Each November, we celebrate Healthy Skin Month, and in this episode, we're talking with a doctor of pharmacy who combined a passion for medicine with a life-long love of nature and natural healing.

Listen as Dr. Allyson Brennan shares her path from the pharmacy to the store shelves.

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Emogene & Co. was founded by Dr. Ally...

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The pet population can pose challenges when attempting to administer commercially available oral medications. Irregular tablet sizes and unflavored or unpalatable medications can make administration to pets difficult.

Many people are unaware that compounded drugs provide tailored and flavored medication options as reasonable alternatives for appropriately delivering medication to animals.

In this episode, we'll talk with veterina...

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Pharmacists can do more than help you understand medications. When you reach out to a pharmacist for consultation, they not only look at what medications you're on, but also how they interact with each other; if there are any risks associated with the drugs; and even your medical history, laboratory results, and current state of hormone health.

In this episode, we're talking with pharmacist Sharzad Green, creator of FabuVag ...

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Today, you are going to hear from a pharmacist who is advancing the practice of healthcare through her work in a distinct service group called Medication Therapy Management or MTM. Listen as Dr. Karmen Stephens talks about her work to improve the health of patients and the efficiency of the healthcare systems through a person-centric model of pharmaceutical care that encourages communication and collaboration across the continuum o...

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Pharmacists pledge public health. Dr. Carlos Irula joins us on the podcast to talk about his experience in utilizing the pharmacy profession to advance public health and wellness throughout his community and state.

Listen and be inspired by his work to be a voice for the poor and expand access to patients in need of medications!

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Carlos Irula, PharmD is a community pharmacist and advocates for issues affecting his loc...

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In this podcast, we're talking with Azizi Ray, who was a student of Mercer University College of Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia at the time of the interview.

Listen and learn as she shares her experience in preparing for a thesis defense as a dual Pharm.D./Ph.D. Behavioral Pharmacology candidate.

She will answer questions about the opportunities and challenges of pursuing a dual degree program, offer insight for successfully identi...

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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men, women, and people of most racial and ethnic groups in the United States.[1]

An estimated 26 million adults in the U.S. have diagnosed diabetes, 9.4 million adults have undiagnosed diabetes, and 91.8 million adults have prediabetes. [2]

42.4% of adults are clinically obese. [3]

Thankfully, with the recent developments of wearable technologies, it is now possible to prevent and treat ...

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CBD, or cannabidiol, is a compound derived from the cannabis plant. CBD has been used for centuries to treat various illnesses and ailments because of its anti-inflammatory properties.

Today, patients ask about CBD to help with everything from pain relief, anxiety, and depression, to sleep disturbances, menstrual symptoms, acne, and more!

We believe that doctors are in the best position to prescribe CBD for their patients because the...

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Women are facing the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic. Nowhere is this more evident than in the workplace.

In this episode, we'll be talking with Lyssa Martelly, PharmD, wife, mother, and clinical pharmacist, about how she maintains a balance as the demands at work and home become more demanding.


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Lyssa Martelly, PharmD started her pharmacy career as a pharmacy technician before graduating from Massachusetts Coll...

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The World Health Organisation has defined pharmacovigilance as "The science and activities relating to the detection, assessment, understanding, and prevention of adverse effects or any other possible drug-related problem."

In this episode, we're discussing adverse drug event prevention and the study of pharmacovigilance with pharmacist and researcher Dr. Sara Rogers, PharmD, BCPS. 

Listen along as we review:

  • The current s...
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    In this episode of the Mix It Up! Pharmacy Podcast, we're going to play a short segment from our Innovation Institute of Online Training & Education webinar series on Sexual Medicine.

    Listen as Dr. Michael Krychman, a board-certified OB-GYN and clinical sexual counselor, presents "Sexual Medicine: History and Physical Exam" as the third webinar in his six-part series. 

    What You Will Learn*

  • Anatomy of a Hot Flash
  • Hormone...
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    In this episode of the Mix It Up! Pharmacy Podcast, we're going to play a short segment from our Innovation Institute of Online Training & Education webinar series on Sexual Medicine.

    Listen as Dr. Michael Krychman, a board-certified OB-GYN and clinical sexual counselor, presents "Sexual Medicine: History and Physical Exam" as the second webinar in his six-part series. 

    What You Will Learn*

  • Sexual function is affected ...
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    In this episode of the Mix It Up! Pharmacy Podcast, we're going to play a short segment from our Innovation Institute of Online Training & Education webinar series on Sexual Medicine.

    Listen as Dr. Michael Krychman, a board-certified OB-GYN and clinical sexual counselor, presents "Sexual Medicine: History and Physical Exam" as the first webinar in his six-part series. 

    What You Will Learn*

  • Sexual function is affected b...
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    In this episode, we’re going to talk with AllerScripts, Director of Allergy, Robert Erskine, to touch on Sublingual Immunotherapy, also called SLIT.

    Learn how it can be an effective form of treatment when looking to reduce patients' sensitivity to allergens.

    Robert Erskine received a Bachelors of Science in Microbiology from Texas A&M University and completed three years of postgraduate study at Harvard Medical School, Divisi...

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