Strategies For Writing Elite Medication Recommendations

I’m really excited about this!  There is a serious shortage of good content that helps pharmacists become better at writing medication recommendations and becoming an essential component of any healthcare team.  I’m launching a webinar soon!  Please comment below if you have suggestions or questions that I should tackle.  Here’s a sneak peak of what you can expect!



  1. Adam Snetiker

    Hi Eric,

    Looking forward to the webinar. I’m brand new and only now looking into Pharmacy School, but Todd Eury from the Pharmacy Podcast Show sevt be to you and MedEd101. So far I love everything I’ve read, and can understand it even as a newbie.

    That really helps in my decision to pursue the field because in my past (web development) it was very difficult to follow along with podcasts and blogs and that’s why I’m moving on to something else. People like you who make content easy to digest will definitely make for better Pharmacists in the future.

    I have no ideas for this webinar, but I’d love if you could direct me to anything you’ve written or produced for newbies…or add career development to your list if not already there.

    That’s all for now. I’m staying tuned!

    • Eric Christianson

      Thanks for the comments, both of you! More to come for sure 🙂

  2. Michael H.

    This will be such a useful webinar – I’m looking forward to it! Thank you so much for your good work!

  3. Hatem

    Yeah great idea… especially if you can shed more light on how can pharmacist make a comprehensive review for patient’s medication profile … waiting to learn more from you.

  4. Mom PharmD

    How do you write recommendations that will go to a team at a teaching institution versus to a solo practitioner? I talk to the resident, recommend something, attending sends an order totally unrelated to what I suggested and resident thought was a good idea. How do you write differently for different levels of important to make a change – i.e. patient has some discomfort with metformin and would benefit from xr versus patient refuses to take metformin because of side effects and should try xr to see if it might be tolerated? Where will this be accredited as CE? 🙂

    • Eric Christianson

      Thanks for the comment! Not sure if I’m going to be able to jump through the hoops for CE 🙂 but will look into it – thanks again.


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Written By Eric Christianson

June 12, 2016

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