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Nathan Jakowski, PharmD


Nate is a practicing clinical pharmacist specializing in managed care and drug information. He has a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and Doctor of Pharmacy degree, both from the University of Wisconsin. He enjoys medical writing and education and has developed several accredited continuing education courses for pharmacists.

He is the primary author & presenter for the following Continuing Education Courses:

  • Geriatric Pharmacotherapy
  • Narcolepsy
  • Weight Management
  • Diabetic Neuropathy
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