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With over 11 years experience in academic, hospital, and ambulatory pharmacy, Frances has a demonstrated history of working in the hospital and healthcare industry, assisting physicians with the development of pathways or protocols to improve clinical practice. She interprets evidence-based literature for clinicians to support a shift in paradigm when caring for a patient. She also consults with a broad spectrum of healthcare practitioners on drug issues and discrepancies.

Her main educational and employment background provides the technical foundation for any communication project. As an owner of a health food business and extensive international travel history, her work is not only detail-oriented but also creative.

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