Vol. 4 No. SI (2022): January 2022 Special Issue: Pharmacy Education and Practice
In celebration of National Pharmacist Day, recognizing the importance of pharmacists and their crucial role in our health and well-being, today we are publishing a special issue of Patient Safety dedicated to pharmacy education and practice.
Our January 2022 issue is now available to read and download at no charge at PatientSafetyJ.com. It features timely manuscripts from pharmacy students, practitioners, educators, and experts: data articles, focused reviews, interviews, and perspectives and insights about advances and challenges in the field now and in the near future.
- Michael Cohen, founder and president of the Institute for Safe Medication Practices, discusses the importance of sharing information
- A close look at antibiotic stewardship in a community hospital emergency department
- Daniel Degnan shares how to develop good habits to better your life and work practices
- Learn how a hospital and pharmacy school collaborated to instill appreciation of safety culture in students
- Children and babies are uniquely vulnerable to medication errors in the hospital—but there are ways to keep them safe
- Patrick McDonnell describes the challenges and rewards of being an academic pharmacist
- Strategies for reducing immunization-related stress and anxiety that can improve safety and combat vaccine hesitancy
Thank you to our authors, peer reviewers, editorial board members, and Patient Safety Authority staff for making Patient Safety possible—and special appreciation to this issue’s guest editors: Michael Cohen, ScD (hon.), DPS (hon.), RPh; Daniel Degnan, PharmD; and Patrick McDonnell, PharmD.
If you would like to contribute your next manuscript to our journal, please send it to us!