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All the best,
R. Mitchell Halvorsen
P.S. Correction: The February issue’s From the Publisher letter misstated one
of Jay Gilbreath’s degrees. In addition to his PharmD, Jay has an MPA, not an MPH
In This Issue
- The Joint Commission Compliance Update
- Special PP&P Buyer’s Guide: Pharmacy Renovation
- Tips for a Successful USP <800> Cleaning Program
Part 1 of a 2-Part Series: Elements of a USP <800> Compliant Cleaning Program
Conduct a Drug Diversion Investigation
Special PP&P Buyer's Guide: Temperature Monitoring
Develop a Pneumococcal Vaccination Program
New & Noteworthy
- In The Loop!
- Digital Edition
- Special Announcements