Pharmacists' duty to warn in the age of social media

Clauson, Kevin A.; Seamon, Matthew J.; Fox, Brent I.
August 2010
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;8/1/2010, Vol. 67 Issue 15, p1290
Academic Journal
In this article, the authors discuss the development of pharmacist and patient relationship with the services of telepharmacy. They mention that telepharmacy addresses the distance that separates the patient and pharmacist. The authors explore the duties of pharmacist to his patients in which prevention and identification of drug-related problems is considered to be the main focus of a pharmacist. It also mentions the increasing benefits provided by pharmacist to their patients.


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