Top 10 Pharmacy Blogs

It’s no secret that there are many pharmacy-related blogs out there. But who has time to keep up with every single one—or figure out which ones are useful and which ones aren’t?

Never fear!

I know you’re a busy student or pharmacist, so I am going to share my top 10 pharmacy blogs for your reading pleasure.  In no particular order, my top 10 blog selections are:

Med Ed 101 – Interprofessional Medication Education

Med Ed 101 is tops if you are looking for some “free education.” Case studies, board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist (BCPS) information and other resources are plentiful and free. I especially like the Top 5 Posts Of All Time.

Med Ed 101 has been acknowledged in the Wall Street JournalPharmacy Times and the American Journal of Nursing, among other publications. And, a robust list of regular contributors and occasional guest posts help to keep the content fresh.

The Honest Apothecary

Retail pharmacists, this one’s for you!

The Honest Apothecary offers a candid look at the retail profession and covers more than just prescription drugs. Other topics include faith, leadership, OTC medications, and news.

Interviews with other pharmacy professionals also make for particularly interesting reads. Bonus: The author is an all-around nice guy—he has more than 14,000 Twitter followers and has been known to personally thank those who retweet him!

The Digital Apothecary

For musings on all things pharmacy-related and digital, look no further. Recent topics cover mHealth, wearable health devices (Fitbit, anyone?), and pharmacy apps.

Written for technophobes and technophiles alike, The Digital Apothecary will tell you all that you need to know about the latest and greatest in pharmacy tech—with a dash of humor.

The Blonde Pharmacist

The Blonde Pharmacist is a very active blog that provides a wealth of expert BCPS resources for readers who are looking to pass the BCPS exam.

In addition to clinical pharmacy posts, The Blonde Pharmacist also covers career topics—and kicked off the New Year with a very interesting personal study on distractions!

Pharm.D Mallory

Written by a current pharmacy student, Pharm.D Mallory is ideal for readers who are already in pharmacy school.

For those who want to be in pharmacy school soon, check out Pharm.D Mallory’s pervious blog, I’m In My Element, which details her journey to pharmacy school. I also interviewed her about her pharmacy school admittance. Check it out here.

Your Thyroid Pharmacist

Not only does this blog provide top-notch information about Hashimoto’s disease, but it is a tremendous lifestyle resource for those who are living with the condition.

Dr. Wentz, who was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s in 2009, offers posts on everything from sleep hacks to medication tips. Her blog serves as an excellent example of what one pharmacist can do to help others.

Pharmacist Jamie

If you have doubts or concerns about the future of the profession, Pharmacist Jamie may inject you with a dose of hope. She’s optimistic and offers great suggestions regarding real-life pharmacy, creativity and patient service.

The Pharmacist Blog

If you’re considering pharmacy school, resources abound on The Pharmacist Blog.

In addition to school-related topics, the blog also covers finances and goals. Among other things, prospective pharmacy students will find the PCAT and PTCB study material to be very helpful.

Therapeutics Education Collaboration

As the name implies, Therapeutics Education Collaboration focuses on rational drug therapy. Podcasts are typically case-based and encourage participants to think critically about appropriate treatments.

The Pharmacy Chick

Although The Pharmacy Chick wrote her farewell post in November, the posts keep coming. Regardless of whether or not The Pharmacy Chick decides to fly the coop, the archives still exist for this day-in-the-life look at retail pharmacy. Sometimes wise—and sometimes witty—this blog is sure to provide some interesting reading.

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