What happened in the world of pharmacy on Twitter this week?
As well as business as usual, the role of pharmacists was being discussed…
You verify a prescription for 90 tablets of Adderall. Patient picks up and returns later with a bottle of 30. You check stock and you’re 60 ahead. Tech made mistake. This is:
— Crazy RxMan (@CrazyRxMan) September 2, 2019
We had an irate lady because the urgent care prescriber won’t refill antibiotic ear drops for an ear infection she doesn’t currently have.
— Cranky Pharmacist (@CrankyPharmer) August 31, 2019
So proud of my team in developing this solution for DHHS. Congratulations & lets continue to reduce the trauma accidental prescription drug overdoses causes the community @SafeScript @freditgroup https://t.co/2Y3x5kOamv
— Paul Naismith (@paul_naismith) August 29, 2019
After a total of 20 days away, 15 pharmacies, 2 flights, 8 trains, 15 taxis, 15 buses, 269 bus stops (just in Auckland) and 3,649 kms that's a wrap on Auckland and the Far North phase of the #Nationwide study. #PhD #Unfunded #Pharmacy #Services @OtagoPharmacy pic.twitter.com/ofHksqvZka
— Yasmin Abdul Aziz (@YasminAbdulNZ) August 30, 2019
Time we banned opiate use other than for cancer/incurable diagnosis & (very) short term postop & trauma setting? Dispensing in any quantity to community has to stop – pharmacy should be funded to supervise custody much more closely. https://t.co/gKpdys3bIm
— Dr Miller – kids need vaccine too (@drajm) August 29, 2019
A wonderful local business which is stepping outside the box to take care of the #CentralWest community.
Thanks to Sarah and Debbie for showing me around. pic.twitter.com/tyOrYcBSBz
— Michael McCormack (@M_McCormackMP) August 26, 2019
— Samuel Keitaanpaa (@SKeitaanpaa) September 1, 2019
I support Batman being Batman.
Batman is also a scientist.
But Batman is not a Doctor. https://t.co/7VRF4pXk5n
— Simon O'Halloran MPS (@cdmpharmacist) September 2, 2019