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Drug waste is making the news again with the release of the NPR story Drug Companies Make Eyedrops Too Big, and You Pay for the Waste. The article revives a 1992 American Journal of Ophthalmology study in which researchers determined that eye drops 1/3 – ½ the size of a normal drop are sufficient, Read More→
In the hands of a skilled pharmaceutical trainer, visual aids focus the attention of the learner on essential elements of the training. Visual aids should be simple, relevant, and pleasing to the eye. They need not be elaborate or expensive.
Some examples of visual aids (other than your slide deck):
Many visual aid problems can be solved using a grid. Read More→
It is October, and in the Americas and Europe, that means pumpkin spice, corn mazes, and Halloween. Halloween is a notoriously dangerous holiday—according to the US National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS), between 2007 and 2015, Halloween was the holiday with the fifth-highest number of emergency room visits for children. Read More→