PCP Gets Funding for Hypertension Screening from PPA

Published on November 7, 2017

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy has received funding from the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association (PPA) as a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Health to address hypertension. Read More

Categories: Community, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, Students, Faculty, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Administration

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11 APhA-ASP Students Participate in Haddon Heights Health Fair

Published on November 7, 2017

Theye were representatives from Operation Diabetes, Generation Rx, Operation Self-Care. Read More

Categories: Community, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, Students, Faculty, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Administration

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October 2017 Scholarly Activity from PCP

Published on November 7, 2017

Recent presentations and publications from faculty and students. Read More

Categories: Awards and Honors, Research, Students, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, Grant, Publication, Faculty, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Administration, Presentation

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Four USciences Physics Majors Attend Maryland Physics Conference for Minorities

Published on October 27, 2017

Four physics majors from USciences attended the 2017 Conference for Undergraduate Under-represented Minorities (URM) in Physics sponsored jointly by the University of Maryland (UMD) and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on Oct. 6-8, 2017 at the UMD Campus. Read More

Categories: Misher College of Arts and Sciences, Students, Physics, Department of Mathematics Physics and Statistics

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The Trump Administration and America's Opioid Epidemic

Published on October 26, 2017

By not accepting the full recommendations of his opioid committee, President Trump’s administration risks finding a novel approach to repeating the same mistake that started the opioid epidemic in the first place. Read More

Categories: Department of Health Policy and Public Health, Public Health, Opioids, Mayes College of Healthcare and Business Policy, Department of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business, Health Policy, Substance Use Disorders Institute

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The Failure of the Narcotic Scheduling System

Published on October 26, 2017

To gain a more accurate view of the opioid epidemic, it is important to know how the DEA scheduling system works as well as how it has succeeded and failed to protect the public. Read More

Categories: Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Public Health, Opioids, Mayes College of Healthcare and Business Policy, Department of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business, Health Policy, Substance Use Disorders Institute, Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business

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Culture Shock Performs at 48th Annual Festival of International Students at Penn

Published on October 24, 2017

The Culture Shock dance group performed at the 48th Festival of International students at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology on October 13, 2017.  Read More

Categories: Student Life, Students

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Federal Solutions to the Opioid Epidemic

Published on October 18, 2017

The Opioid Epidemic is a public health crisis, and there is no silver bullet. Read More

Categories: Department of Health Policy and Public Health, Public Health, Opioids, Mayes College of Healthcare and Business Policy, Department of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business, Health Policy, Substance Use Disorders Institute

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Brief American History of Opioids in Medicine

Published on October 18, 2017

Even with an increased awareness and regulations, there is still much to do to solve the opioid crisis. Read More

Categories: Department of Health Policy and Public Health, Public Health, Opioids, Mayes College of Healthcare and Business Policy, Health Policy, Substance Use Disorders Institute, Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business

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PCP Receives Grant from PA Pharmacists Association

Published on October 17, 2017

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy has received funding from the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association (PPA) as a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Health to address hypertension.  Read More

Categories: Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, Pharmacy, Grant, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Administration

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