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Academia

Academic pharmacists educate student pharmacists, postgraduate trainees, and other members of the interprofessional healthcare team.
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Administration

Pharmacy administrators lead their pharmacy department in improving efficiencies, developing clinical programs, and adhering to regulatory standards.
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Ambulatory Care

Ambulatory care pharmacists interact with patients in outpatient clinic settings to manage chronic disease states.
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Critical Care

Critical care pharmacists provide care for patients in the fast-paced environment of the intensive care unit.
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Drug Information

Drug information pharmacists use their expertise in evidence-based medicine to evaluate literature and promote safe medication use.
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Emergency Medicine

Emergency medicine pharmacists use their extensive critical care training to treat patients in the emergency department.
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Hematology/Oncology

Hematology/oncology pharmacists engage in delivery of care for individuals living with cancer and are involved with all phases of cancer treatment.
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Infectious Diseases

Infectious disease pharmacists utilize their expertise in antimicrobial pharmacotherapy for bacterial, viral, fungal, and parasitic infections.
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Internal Medicine

Internal medicine pharmacists work directly with physicians to provide care for general medicine patients across a large scope of disease states.
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Investigational Drugs

Investigational drug pharmacists provide therapies under investigation for study participants who may not have any other therapeutic options.
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Medication Safety

Medication safety pharmacists optimize medication outcomes and reduce the risk of medication errors.
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Neurology

Neurology pharmacists manage medication used to treat neurologic diseases and often work with conditions such as seizures and myasthenia gravis.
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Nutrition Support

Nutrition support pharmacists tailor provision of enteral nutrition regimens directly into the veins.
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Palliative Care

Palliative care pharmacists provide pain and symptom management for patients with severe, life-limiting illnesses, promoting improvement in quality of life and comfort.
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Pediatrics

Pediatric pharmacists specialize in care for infants, children, and adolescents, working in practice areas similar to those for adults, such as critical care and ambulatory care.
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Pharmacy Informatics

Pharmacy informaticists utilize health information technology to ensure a safe medication use process and integrate data into all areas of care.
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Psychiatry

Psychiatric pharmacists specialize in mental health care and work with patients with neurological conditions.
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Senior Care Geriatrics

Senior care pharmacists work with patients older than 65 to provide and implement a pharmacotherapeutic plan.
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Specialty Pharmacy

Specialty pharmacists work in a variety of areas, with cross-training including clinical review of specialty prescription and appeals to therapies denied by insurance.
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Toxicology

Toxicology pharmacists work in the poison center, emergency department, and schools of pharmacy, teaching about poisons and managing center operations.
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Transplant

Transplant pharmacists focus on the care of organ transplant candidates, recipients, and donors.
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