Allocating HIV drugs to cities stops the greatest number of infections The simplest way to control the AIDS pandemic in hard-hit South Africa would be to concentrate the allocation of scarce antiretroviral medications in urban areas. This, however, wouldn’t normally become the most ethical approach, according to a forward thinking new study from the UCLA Helps Institute. The article is planned to be published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on-line Early Edition during the week of Sept.Nearly 60 % of most practicing pharmacists are females, based on the 2014 National Pharmacist Workforce Study, yet women do not reach senior leadership positions in proportion to the job’s demographics. Gender shifts and generational adjustments have got the potential to positively influence the profession, stated Sara J. White colored, M.S., FASHP, a past president of ASHP and chair of the Steering Committee. The ongoing have to cultivate a new era of leaders at every level — clinical, administrative, academic pharmacy, and even more — demands a candid and comprehensive assessment of the varied needs and opportunities for the development of women in the workforce.