Drug Topics April 18, 2024
Killian Meara

Kathy Campbell, PharmD, discusses why she believes wellness and proactive health are the future of pharmacy and the unique value they offer compared to traditional models.

Proactive health, which differs from the reactive health care model that is currently used in the majority of settings, aims to improve patient health outcomes by delaying the onset of illness. It places responsibility on the patient and health care professional to gain a better understanding of how to improve everyday health and wellness.

With many people now being more interested in their health, due largely to the COVID-19 pandemic,1 should pharmacists promote the concepts of proactive health and wellness in their communities? Drug Topics sat down with Kathy Campbell, PharmD, pharmacist and patient...

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