Daniel Hussar, PhD

Pharmacy Practice and Administration

Daniel_hussarRemington Professor of Pharmacy


New drugs, drug interactions, patient noncompliance, infectious diseases, antibiotic therapy, over-the-counter medications, contemporary issues in pharmacy practice.

About Dr. Hussar

Dr. Hussar has written and spoken extensively on the topics of drug interactions, patient compliance, and new drugs. He has been utilized as a resource for numerous print, broadcast, and web stories as an expert.

His publications include coverage of all the new therapeutic agents that have been marketed in the U.S. during the last 40 years. His papers on new drugs are published regularly in pharmacy and nursing journals and he speaks frequently on this topic to pharmacists, physicians, and nurses. He currently serves as author/editor of The Pharmacist Activist, a monthly newsletter, and previously served as chief pharmacy editor of Pharmacy Today.

Most recently, he authored NDCR 2009, a first-of-its-kind reference for pharmacists and healthcare practitioners that details the 158 drugs that have been marketed in the U.S. during the 2002-08 period, and features comparisons to previously marketed drugs, specific advantages and disadvantages of each, and ratings for each new drug based on comparisons with related agents.

He received his PhD in pharmacy at Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science.

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