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Pharmacists for Healthier Lives

Reaching out to consumers to improve their health

Reaching out to consumers to improve their health

In 2018, five national pharmacy associations and a growing number of state associations launched Pharmacists for Healthier Lives, (PfHL), a public education campaign targeting influential groups of consumers and health professionals. The campaign was described in the February 8, 2019, issue of Chain Drug Review. This article drills deeper into the questions of why such

Pharmacists for Healthier Lives issues statement on vaccinations

Pharmacists for Healthier Lives issues statement on vaccinations

ARLINGTON, Va. – Pharmacists for Healthier Lives — a coalition of pharmacy organizations seeking to raise consumer awareness of the full range of essential healthcare services pharmacists provide each day — Monday released a statement expressing the coalition’s commitment to immunizations that help to prevent and eliminate communicable diseases such as measles. The following statement

Pharmacists for Healthier Lives continues to grow

Pharmacists for Healthier Lives continues to grow

ARLINGTON, Va. – Pharmacists for Healthier Lives — a coalition of pharmacy organizations seeking to raise the profile of pharmacy as an essential healthcare profession — announced Friday that four state pharmacy associations have joined the campaign. The Nebraska Pharmacists Association, the Iowa Pharmacy Association, the Illinois Pharmacists Association, and the Indiana Pharmacists are now

National pharmacy groups kick off campaign highlighting the pharmacist

National pharmacy groups kick off campaign highlighting the pharmacist

ARLINGTON, Va.– The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) – which represents the 143 accredited schools of pharmacy across the nation – announced today that it, along with other pharmacy and healthcare organizations, is launching a new public awareness campaign aimed at educating consumers about the invaluable contributions pharmacists make to their patients and