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 Subject : Staying up to date.. 01/28/2019 09:03:23 PM 
Michael Bogdan
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I was recently thinking about how much has changed in the short time I have been out of school. Since then, there have been a slew of new drugs that have hit the market, some more novel then others.

Just wondering how you all stay up to date on drugs and clinical knowledge? Does your workplace provide good resources? Do you rely on published CE or attend live events (ie local groups, annual meeting)? Leave a comment below.
 Subject : Re:Staying up to date.. 01/29/2019 10:59:10 AM 
Heather A (Kindermann) Powell
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In addition to published CE and live events, Twitter is a surprisingly good (and easy way) to stay up to date. Even if you don't tweet on a regular basis, following pharmacy groups and content area experts is beneficial. I receive updates in interest areas on a daily basis and an read conversations between experts on controversial topics. If you don't have time to read the article when you are scrolling on your feed just retweet and you can go back to it at your convenience. Some of my favorites to follow are any of the ACCP PRN groups (i.e. cardiology, endo, internal medicine), NEJM, JAMA, US Pharmacist, Pharmacy Times, Pharmacotherapy, IDSA, and Pharm Practice News.
 Subject : Re:Staying up to date.. 02/06/2019 11:42:02 AM 
Michael Bogdan
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That's an interesting tip. Thanks for sharing!
 
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