You know the feeling when a great idea starts picking up speed? You throw out an idea in a crowded conference room, and it starts to gel as coworkers add to it, and suddenly what seemed to be the offhand result of too much caffeine on a Tuesday morning turns into a full-blown national campaign - the "BOOM" moment, as I like to call it. That's what the folks at Drugfree.org must be feeling like right now with "The Medicine Abuse Project."
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A physician, equipped with the latest medical and scientific information, prescribes a medicine as the best course of treatment for a patient. The patient follows the doctor's orders, takes the medicine as prescribed and has a positive health outcome.
A remarkable event?
Hardly. This is what doctors do.
Yesterday we wrapped up a successful PhRMA Social Media Summit at Astellas' Americas HQ, focusing on best practices and information sharing with a presentation from the American Medical Association (AMA).
Today we have another guest post from James Sykes, Advocacy Manager for HealthHIV, an organization offering support for people living with, or at risk for, HIV/AIDS by providing education, capacity building, health services research, and advocacy to organizations, communities and professionals.
Today we have a guest post from James Sykes, Advocacy Manager for HealthHIV, an organization offering support for people living with, or at risk for, HIV/AIDS by providing education, capacity building, health services research, and advocacy to organizations, communities and professionals.
Today we have an interview with Carl Schmid, Deputy Executive Director for The AIDS Institute, a national nonprofit organization that promotes action for social change through public policy research, advocacy and education.
The Center for Safe Internet Pharmacy announced a new campaign to educate consumers about buying prescription drugs online.
Today we have a guest post from Marybeth McGuire, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Boehringer Ingelheim.
Jim would have been 64 this year. However, eight years ago today Orangeburg Department of Public Safety Police Captain James Myers was killed in a senseless act of violence at his farm in rural South Carolina.
I remember when I got the call - I was coming through the garage door having just returned from church that Sunday night.