Episode 8: The Transition from Pharmacy School to Residency with the Pharmacy Twins Ashley & Brooke Barlow

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Ashley and Brooke Barlow grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia in Huntingdon Valley, PA. Both received their Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from Jefferson College of Pharmacy.

Ashley’s current interests include cardiology, oncology, and critical care along with a goal to pursue a career in academia. Beyond her passion for pharmacy, she enjoys getting creative in the kitchen cooking healthy meals, putting her strength to the test with weight lifting, and exploring different landmarks while shooting photographs.

Brooke’s current interests include Critical Care, Infectious Disease, Oncology. Her interests outside of pharmacy include fitness, healthy cooking, photography, and twitter!

Together they’ve become most known for their love of teaching clinical pearls & creating infographics that are frequently used throughout the FOAM ED community.

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Jimmy L. Pruitt III, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP

The Pharm So Hard Podcast is a show focused primarily on emergency medicine and hospital pharmacy related topics. To empower healthcare providers with the knowledge and skills they need to provide evidence-based, safe care for critically ill patients.

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