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Pharmacy Future Leaders co-Host Joanne Pauyo interviews Michael A. Jackson, CEO of the Florida Pharmacy Association. 

The Florida Pharmacy Association believes that we must be "United to Advance Healthcare and Pharmacy Practice"

Joanne and Michael discuss the issues facing today's practicing pharmacist within the state of Florida and the associaitons mission to help pharmacy professionals succeed to provide better patient care. 

Contact: 

Florida Pharmacy Association

610 North Adams Street

Tallahassee, Florida 32301

Ph: (850) 222-2400

Email: fpa@pharmview.com

Direct download: PFL_FPA_Joanne_Interview__Mixdown_1.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 1:29pm EDT
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Medical PotCast host Joseph Friedman interviews Shimona Superstine Professor at Hebrew University, School of Pharmacy Jerusalem Area, Israel. We get to listen to an intriguing discussion about the contrast between Medical Cannabis progression in Israel versus the United States. 

Contact:

Joseph Friedman RPh MBA

Chief Operations Officer
PDI Medical
1623 Barclay Blvd
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
Direct download: Medical_Cannabis_Contrast_between_Israel_vs_U.S.A.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 12:00am EDT
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Pharmacy Podcast Network co-host Nicolle McClure, president of GRX Marketing talks with Douglas Hoey, RPh., CEO at the National Community Pharmacists Association recorded live at the Cardinal Health RBC 2018 in San Diego CA in June 2018. 

Mr. Hoey share his insights on the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Pharmacy Owners. 

Contact Nicolle: 

Nicolle McClure - GRX Marketing 

President

2929 Westown Pkwy., Suite 100

West Des Moines, IA 50266

515.440.1270 main 

Direct download: RBC_2018_Doug_Hoey.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 6:00pm EDT
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Geily Ward, w/ Pharmacy Future Leaders, interviews Kevin Hejnas Doctor of Pharmacy, Health and Fitness Coach from the Greater Philadelphia Area.

Instagram: @hejnasty

-Virtual nutrition and lifestyle coach

-Rutgers Univeristy

A link to his youtube channel to add to the post.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVusihxtO4gCUT7JH5Y-HBg

 

Direct download: Pharmacy_Future_Leaders_Kevin_Hejnas.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 9:15am EDT
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PGX for Pharmacists host Ken Sternfeld, RPh., talks with Matthew Krzywosz, PharmD Partnerships Marketing Manager at Antidote.

Antidote is a digital health company on a mission. Their aim is to accelerate breakthroughs in potentially life-saving treatments by bridging the gap between medical research and the people who need it.
 
In a world where 80% of clinical trials are delayed or closed due to a lack of patients taking part, Antidote uses cutting-edge technology to match the right patients with the right trials.
 
Antidote is helping medical researchers make progress – so that new treatment options can make it to patients, faster.
 

Contact Ken via Email: ken@rxvipconcierge.com

Phone:  1-844-MYRXVIP  (1-844-698-9847)

Matthew Krzywosz, PharmD

Antidote 
Partnerships Marketing Manager
matthew@antidote.me

Direct download: Antidote_PGX_for_Pharmacists.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 1:29pm EDT
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Darshan & Major with the Gavel & Pestle Podcast returns to talk about the Amazonification of Healthcare. 

Dr. Kulkarni is the Principal Attorney at the Kulkarni Law Firm. He provides regulatory and legal advice to pharmacies and other FDA regulated entities and their service providers.

He speaks and regularly advises on current legal and compliance related matters including the physician payment sunshine act, clinicaltrials.gov, the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Law and other developments of laws and regulations that affect the life sciences industry and compounding facilities.

Contact: darshan@conformlaw.com

#Amazonification 

Direct download: Amazonification_of_Healthcare.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 12:35pm EDT
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Whitney Ly Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate 2020 pharmacy student at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia joins Geily Ward on this episode of the Pharmacy Future Leaders. 

Direct download: PFL_Whitney_Ly.mp3
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Intro-Notes, referenced by: Jaime L. Kurtz Ph.D.

Work life has increasingly grown to disrupt and conflict with family time. This conflict can occur in instances when someone prioritizes their work over their personal life. Issues can be created within families and can lead to stressful living situations. Poor work-life balance can also contribute to emotional instability due to the stresses of trying to balance it all. According to Erik Erikson, a famous psychologist, the fullest lives are those that master an inner balance between work, love, and play.

1. Striving for work-life effectiveness.

Achieving work-life effectiveness is making work fit in with other aspects of life. It is hard to have an equal balance between work and life. Adjusting things in your work and life to make them coincide better can lead to gains with emotional and physical energy as well as better focus with work. An example of this could be when your children inspires you with an idea that could be helpful in the workplace.

2. Take time to define successes in life.

This has to do with home life and work life. If you look at your home life and map out all the successes that do not necessarily involve work, it can enable growth in appreciation for life outside of work. This could possibly lead for a desire to strive for a better work-life balance.

3. Keep work at work as best as you can.

This is probably one of the hardest things to do depending on your job and whom you work for. If possible, keep home and work life separate but not letting one spill into the other. This includes trying to be as productive as possible while at work this way when it’s time to go home at the end of the day, there’s not much more for you to do.

Obviously depending on where you live or who you work for, achieving a healthy work-life balance can be hard. But by adjusting a few simple things in your life and shifting priorities slightly, you can get closer to having one. Striving for work-life effectiveness, redefining successes, and keeping work at work are good places to start when achieving a healthier work-life balance.

Call Waypoint 843-873-4420

Benjamin D. Coakley

P: 843-873-4420 ext. 13

Email: ben@waypointus.com

Direct download: Working_to_Live_Pharmacy_Podcast.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 12:00am EDT
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On this episode of the Pharmacy Insepction Podcast, we welcome Greg Stowell, Education and Consulting Manager for Accreditation University. We discuss how ACHC is helping to bring continuous quality education to compounders.

If you like the podcast follow us on twitter @PharmacyInspect and share the podcast with those who might find it helpful. We’re just getting warmed up; there’s SO many more topics to cover! 

Direct download: Pharmacy_Inspection_Podcast_ACHC_Education_.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 11:38am EDT
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On April 20th the USP had an online open forum where they discussed the proposed revision of 795. On this episode of the Pharmacy Inspection Podcast, Bryan and Seth discuss some of the proposed changes to 795.

If you like the podcast follow us on twitter @PharmacyInspect and share the podcast with those who might find it helpful. We’re just getting warmed up; there’s SO many more topics to cover! Stay tuned for what’s to come! 

Direct download: Pharmacy_Inspection_795_Revision.mp3
Category:Pharmacy -- posted at: 11:01am EDT
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