NaRCAD Team  Update
Summer's officially here, and we're excited for what lies ahead in public health, especially when it comes to what clinicians can do to improve their patients' health. Here at NaRCAD,  our work encourages front line care providers to think differently  when it comes to opioid safety, sexual health and STI prevention, cancer control, reducing overmedication for the elderly, and much more. Read full article.
Guest Blog:  Kimberly C. McKeirnan, PharmD, BCACP
Director, Center for Pharmacy Practice Research
Washington State University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

"Getting our 'foot in the door' with local providers was harder than we expected."
As a pharmacist, I spend a lot of time teaching. I teach patients how to take their medications, how to choose over-the-counter products, and how to identify whether or not to treat minor ailments at home, in the pharmacy, or by seeking care from a physician.  I also get to teach other health care providers when one of the medications they prescribe to a patient will interact with the patient's other medications or cause side effects that will be problematic.  Read full article.

NaRCAD team members Kayland Arrington, MPH, and Mike Fischer, MD, MS, dive into part 1 of a 2-part piece on commonly asked questions about clinical outreach education.
What's the essence of detailing? Does a detailer have to be a clinician? How do detailing campaigns select clinics?
These questions and more are answered in this 18-minute chat.
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