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'Most pharmacists in the US and Canada subscribe to Pharmacist’s Letter. Every day thousands of pharmacists rely on the unbiased advice and recommendations in Pharmacist’s Letter...and now, the same advice and recommendations are available to you in this Free App.Pharmacist’s Letter gives you unbiased advice and recommendations you...
'Most pharmacists in the US and Canada subscribe to Pharmacist’s Letter. Every day thousands of pharmacists rely on the unbiased advice and recommendations in Pharmacist’s Letter...and now, the same advice and recommendations are available to you in this Free App.
Pharmacist’s Letter gives you unbiased advice and recommendations you can trust on new developments in drug therapy.
You get succinct, bottom-line recommendations that save you time so you can focus on patient care, and earn you kudos from your peers, patients, and physicians. You get the recommendations and more in the App, without the need for an Internet connection.*
When you need the details, you can get them in the Detail-Documents, Patient Handouts (now available in English and Spanish), Drug and Dosage Comparison Charts, and Treatment Guidelines.
Plus, you get CE credits while you read the Letter and Detail-Documents. Pharmacists rave about the practicality of the CE questions, and appreciate how what they learn can be used in practice right away. Pharmacist’s Letter /Therapeutic Research Center is approved by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmaceutical education.
Pharmacist’s Letter is still 100% objective and unbiased...this remains unchanged after 25 years. No endorsements are allowed...no advertising is accepted...nobody has accepted one dime to say or promote anything in Pharmacist’s Letter. The editors are not even allowed to own stock in any drug company.
The Pharmacist’s Letter App gives you: - Time-saving, concise recommendations and analyses that help you provide the best patient care, and avoid wading through hundreds of pages of journals and other information - All the information you need to anticipate and answer even the trickiest question from patients and prescribers including Detail-Documents, Patient Handouts, Drug/Dosage Comparison Charts, and Treatment Guidelines - CE credits from CE-in-the-Letter - Answers anytime, anywhere even without an Internet connection*
**FREE Content** Get access to one monthly article and its time-saving recommendations from Pharmacist’s Letter, plus the details from the Detail-Document, Patient Handout, Drug/Dosage Comparison Chart, or Treatment Guideline.
To get ALL the time-saving recommendations, become a Pharmacist’s Letter subscriber using the Subscribe button in the App after download, or Subscribe Today at PharmacistsLetter.com'
This is a free app, but note it is only for one monthly article. Then you must subscribe.