Marshall pharmacists published in national journal

10/5/2020


HUNTINGTON, W.Va. –  Two articles written by Marshall pharmacists were published in the September-October 2020 edition of the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association.

Syringe services programs and real-world research: An overview for pharmacists summarizes research on syringe services programs, including needle exchanges. It was authored by clinical pharmacist Ronald Carico, Jr., Pharm.D., M.P.H.; director of pharmacy services Jeff Fenerty, R.Ph.; research assistant Nafeeza Hussain, M.D.; and pharmacy residents Jordan Sheppard, Pharm.D, and Borden Thomas, Pharm.D.

Pharmacists continue to protect communities during COVID-19, also authored by Ronald Carico, Jr., is a commentary on pharmacists and COVID-19 communication.

 “I’m proud of our pharmacy team’s continued dedication to research and quality improvement,” said Fenerty.

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