Hospital Pharmacist’s Letter
Medication learning for improved patient outcomes

Hospital Pharmacists Letter

Hospital pharmacists are on the front lines of improving patient outcomes. In order to drive quality and prevent readmissions, pharmacists need to stay current on new drugs, regulatory requirements, and high-risk medications. TRC’s timely, unbiased, peer-reviewed, drug therapy information is written by pharmacists and delivered in a concise, clear-cut and easy to understand format.

Hospital Pharmacy-Specific Resources

  • Recommendations for enhancing transitions of care
  • FAQs about the latest strategies to enhance medication safety
  • Tips on drug therapy protocol development
  • Patient education handouts to provide on discharge

Medication Recommendations and Clinical Trial Analyses

  • New and current drug therapy developments
  • Practice changing drug/biologic study results
  • Hospital pharmacy practice and disease-related charts and guidelines
  • Practical advice and education for patients on discharge

Unbiased and Concise Information

  • Peer-reviewed by dozens of front-line practitioners and medication thought leaders
  • Written by an editorial team of clinical pharmacists
  • Concise, evidence-based recommendations
  • Free from pharma influence

Legal and Regulatory Updates

  • Keep up with changing government regulations
  • Find out what the latest legal changes are in every state
  • Comprehensive collection of resources and continuing education 
  • Webinars and expert opinions

Comprehensive CE with Live Training Options

  • Stay certified in any U.S. state
  • Hundreds of home study courses
  • Competency and compliance training and tracking
  • Earn CE with our monthly Hospital Pharmacist’s Letter
  • Earn CE credit from live webinars on hot topics
  • Practical advice from top experts

CE & Training Organizer

  • Built into Hospital Pharmacist’s Letter
  • Keep track of all your CE credits, from all sources
  • Print statements of credit

Colleagues Interact

  • Connect with peers
  • Join debates about drug therapy
  • Ask questions about best practices
  • Share your experiences