History of Pharmacy SIG

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History of Pharmacy SIG 

Leadership

David M. Baker (Western New England University) Chair
Ettie Rosenberg (West Coast University) Chair-elect
Michael A. Hegener (University of Cincinnati) Immediate Past Chair
Jane Jarvi (Husson University) Secretary

Mission Statement

The mission of the History of Pharmacy SIG is to:

  • Promote the teaching of pharmacy history at pharmacy schools throughout North America.
  • Advance research and scholarship in the history of pharmacy.
  • Disseminate historical information about the profession to members of the academy.
  • Foster the collection and preservation of historical artifacts related to the pharmacy profession.

 Documents

History of Pharmacy Course SyllabiFolder: History of Pharmacy Course Syllabi
Meeting Agendas and MinutesFolder: Meeting Agendas and Minutes
Pharmacy Chronicles - Past, Present and Future (SIG Newsletter)Folder: Pharmacy Chronicles - Past, Present and Future (SIG Newsletter)
2014 Bylaws and Procedures - History of Pharmacy SIG2014 Bylaws and Procedures - History of Pharmacy SIG.pdf

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