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Department of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacy Administration
Rapid changes in healthcare—from quality assurance to cost containment and biotechnologies—have created a critical need for professionals with advanced pharmacy training. How do our faculty help you seize these opportunities? With innovative approaches to teaching, an emphasis on problem solving, and integration of state-of-the-art technology in the classroom, in patient care, and in other professional and business environments.
Our faculty are dedicated to continually improving drug therapy and team-based patient-centered care through their research into discovery, application, and dissemination of knowledge about drugs and drug use.
- USciences Alumni, Students Receive COVID-19 Vaccine
January 15, 2021
USciences alumni, students working on the front lines in healthcare institutions were among some of the first to be vaccinated for COVID-19. For many, the vaccine is a sign of hope for the future and a symbol of the importance of science and healthcare.
- Alumna Broadcasts Black, Female Experience on Black Women Pharmacists, The Podcast
December 22, 2020
In an effort to provide an outlet to support Black Women pharmacists and highlight their success in the field, Ijeoma Ekeocha PharmD'09, Clinical Pharmacy Manager for Specialty Pharmacy Services at a large academic institution in New York City, created a podcast in 2020, Black Women Pharmacists, with no previous experience.
- Students Learn First Hand About Substance Use Disorder in Virtual Panel Discussion
December 21, 2020
About 40 students and faculty attended a virtual panel discussion which featured two recent USciences graduates sharing their stories of dealing with and overcoming substance use disorder.
- Warner, Inventor of the Sugar Coated Pill, Revolutionized Drug Delivery
December 14, 2020
Warner's major contribution to the profession, and a game-changer in the administration of drugs ever since it debuted in 1857.
- Hayhurst Led a Life of Service Across Pharmacy, Medicine and Education
December 14, 2020
Susan Hayhurst was PCP's first female graduate, but that distinction she earned in 1883 was just one in a long, remarkable life of professional service across pharmacy, medicine, and education.
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