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Recent Updates

February 8, 2019

Dear Colleagues:

I trust your holidays were warm and the new year has gotten off to an excellent start! Virtually ...

February 8, 2019

Student pharmacists are developing business acumen, tapping into their creativity and demonstrating innovative thinking as they hone their entrepreneurial skills. ...

February 8, 2019
Auburn Doctoral Student Earns University’s First R36 Grant

Tessa Hastings is the first Auburn University student to be awarded a ...

February 8, 2019

Pharmacists are key to communicating the risk of Achilles tendon rupture from statin use.

By Emily Jacobs

One adverse drug ...

February 8, 2019

Educators are seeing growing enthusiasm among students in schools embracing emerging technologies significant to the future of pharmacy education.

By ...

February 8, 2019

Museum exhibits improve social pharmacy skills of college students, ignite public knowledge and allow all ages to explore pharmacy up ...

January 15, 2019
Future survey methodology will refine how pharmacist demand is reported.

 

For Immediate Release

Contact: Jeffrey O. Ekoma, 703-739-3837 ...

December 6, 2018

Dear Colleagues:

American Pharmacists Month is now in the rearview mirror for 2018, but our work to help the American ...

December 6, 2018
The recently launched Pharmacists For Healthier Lives campaign will promote the message that pharmacists are fully qualified, capable and willing to positively impact patients’ health.
December 4, 2018

Past recipients of AACP’s New Investigator Award reflect on the doors that opened thanks to the research grant.

By Kirsten ...

December 4, 2018

Pharmacy faculty representing many disciplines took on a writing challenge that sparked conversations about the process and helped them inspire ...

December 4, 2018

The University at Buffalo research study could advance the development of personalized medicine for high-risk kidney transplant patients across the ...